Music Gear News
Spice Girls will be launching musical
The paper's website quotes an anonymous interviewee as saying that Victoria Beckham – who alongside the four other members of the 1990s girl band enjoyed hits such as Spice Up Your Life and Wannabe – is "looking forward to seeing" her one-time band mates.
The source continues: "The musical is a proud moment for them all. It will be emotional."
The Spice show has the title Viva Forever – the same as that of one of the Spices' singles, which hit number one back in 1998. No doubt many music instruments will be involves in the production.
The Spice Girls shot to massive success during the 90's, following their debut single Wannabe and debut album, titled simply Spice.
They were involved in a film, Spiceworld: The Move, which starred Richard E Grant.
The film also featured many of their hits, such as Too Much and the aforementioned Viva Forever.
Published by KT.Posted on 25 Jun 2012 17:19 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
After a series of comments from the band relating to their future, what are we to expect in the coming years?
John Carpenter discusses the implementation of MIDI into his live rig.
Prince's renowned Paisley Park is set to open to the general public to showcase his property and personal possessions.
Ozzy recently revealed his desire to carry on with his own solo material after Black Sabbath play their last ever show in February 2017.
Carlos Santana announces that he is starting a super group containing some of the music industries most revered icons.
A lifelike bronze statue has been placed at Hollywoods Rainbow bar & grill of the late rockstar Lemmy Kilmister
Recent Music News
With an abundance of new features, has the Spider V revolutionized digital amplification?
The music of the legendary computer scientist Alan Turing is now available to listen to as he first intended
Building upon the original Cubasis 2 hosts a whole new range of features
The FaderPort 8 brings even more versatility and practicality to fans of the original FaderPort
Artists gather at Redbull Studios to showcase innovative instruments
A plaque marking where David Bowie resided whilst he created his revered Berlin album trilogy has been destroyed