CBE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Show - Netflix

CBE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Show (College Basketball Experience) is an annual special presented by the ESPN family of Networks that has been broadcast since 2008.

CBE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Show - Netflix

Type: Award Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2008-12-07

CBE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Show - Kate Bush - Netflix

Catherine “Kate” Bush (born 30 July 1958) is an English singer-songwriter, musician, dancer and record producer. Bush came to note in 1978 when, aged 19, she topped the UK Singles Chart for four weeks with her debut single “Wuthering Heights”, becoming the first female artist to achieve a UK number one with a self-written song. She has since released twenty-five UK Top 40 singles, including the top-ten hits “The Man with the Child in His Eyes”, “Babooshka”, “Running Up That Hill”, “Don't Give Up” (a duet with Peter Gabriel) and “King of the Mountain”. She has released ten studio albums, all of which reached the UK Top 10, including the UK number-one albums Never for Ever (1980), Hounds of Love (1985), and the compilation The Whole Story (1986). She is the first British solo female artist to top the UK album charts and the first female artist to enter the album chart at number one. A diverse range of artists have cited Bush as an influence. Her work has been described as eclectic, experimental, idiosyncratic and theatrical. She has been nominated 13 times for British Phonographic Industry accolades, winning for Best British Female Artist in 1987. She has also been nominated for three Grammy Awards. In 2002, she was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. In October 2017 she was nominated for induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018. Bush was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to music.

CBE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Show - Live performances - Netflix

During the same period as her tour, she made television appearances around the world, including Top of the Pops in the United Kingdom, Bios Bahnhof in Germany, and Saturday Night Live in the United States (with Paul Shaffer on piano) – her only appearance on American television to date. On 28 December 1979, BBC TV aired the Kate Bush Christmas Special. It was recorded in October 1979 at the BBC Studios in Birmingham, England; choreography by Anthony Van Laast. As well as playing songs from her first two albums, she played “December Will Be Magic Again”, “Violin”, “The Wedding List”, “Ran Tan Waltz” and “Egypt” from her forthcoming album, Never for Ever. Peter Gabriel made a guest appearance to play “Here Comes the Flood”, and a duet of Roy Harper's “Another Day” with Bush. After the Tour of Life, Bush wanted to make two more albums before touring again. At that point, she got involved with production techniques and sound experimentation that took up a lot of time and prevented her from touring. She came close to touring again following the release of The Dreaming and The Red Shoes, but live shows never materialised. Bush participated in the first benefit concert in aid of The Prince's Trust in July 1982. Bush performed live for British charity event Comic Relief in 1986, singing “Do Bears... ?”, a humorous duet with Rowan Atkinson, and a rendition of “Breathing”. In March 1987, Bush sang “Running Up That Hill” at The Secret Policeman's Third Ball accompanied by David Gilmour. On 28 June 1987, she made a guest appearance to duet with Peter Gabriel on “Don't Give Up” at Earl's Court, London as part of his So tour. On 17 January 2002, Bush appeared with her long-time champion, David Gilmour, singing the part of the doctor in “Comfortably Numb” at the Royal Festival Hall in London. In 2011, Bush told the magazine Classic Rock: “I do hope that some time I get a chance to do some shows. Maybe not a tour, but something.” In March 2014, Bush announced a 22-night residency called Before the Dawn in London from 26 August – 1 October 2014 at the Hammersmith Apollo. The BBC reviewed the concert positively. The set list comprised most of Hounds of Love featuring the entire Ninth Wave suite, most of Aerial including the entire second disc, two songs from The Red Shoes, and one song from 50 Words for Snow. Bush's first four albums and The Sensual World were noticeably excluded from the set list.

Bush's first tour took place 2 April – 13 May 1979; 35 years later she embarked on a series of 22 concerts at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, beginning 26 August 2014. Apart from these two concert series, she has given only occasional live performances. Suggestions were prompted as to why she abandoned touring, among them her reputed need to be in total control of the final product, which is incompatible with live stage performance; a rumour of a crippling fear of flying; and the suggestion that the death of 21-year-old Bill Duffield severely affected her. Duffield, her lighting engineer, was killed in an accident during her concert of 2 April 1979 at Poole Arts Centre. Bush held a benefit concert on 12 May 1979, with Peter Gabriel and Steve Harley at London's Hammersmith Odeon for his family. Duffield would be honoured in two later songs: “Blow Away” on Never for Ever and “Moments of Pleasure” on The Red Shoes. Bush said in a BBC Radio 2 interview with Mark Radcliffe that she actually enjoyed the tour but was consumed with producing her subsequent records. A BBC film crew followed the preparation for the tour which was shown as a 30-minute special on the Nationwide programme.

CBE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Show - References - Netflix