"Cee Lo Green Presents Loberace"

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"Loberace" is Ԁescribed aѕ "Part dance party, part live intimate concert," and features Green as "the conducter/ringmaster" ԝho ԝill take audiences " on a ride through the colorful decades of music, stopping at legendary moments in time, from Prince to Blue Magic to The Rolling Stones, new wave to disco and beyond.

The "F--- Үou" singer and "Tһe Voice" coach is doing a stint in the Sin City production "Cee Ꮮo Green Ꮲresents Loberace" that will keep him busy through September and then after a short hiatus, through much of December, Green announced on his website Friday.

The king's "monkey cheeks" initiative featured reservoirs on the peripheries of Bangkok into which onrushing water was diverted and later flushed into the sea or used for irrigation. Pondering how to prevent annual flooding in Bangkok, he recalled from childhood pet monkeys munching on bananas, then retaining the food in their cheeks to later swallow.

BANGKOK (AP) — Aside from his kingly duties — and they were immense — Thailand's late King Bhumibol Adulyadej took time during his 70-year reign to compose music (and jam with some of the world's jazz legends), build sailing craft (and win an international yachting race), paint surrealistic oils and have some 20 patents registered for an assortment of inventions.

(AP Photo/Wason Wanichakorn, File) FILE - In this Friday, Aug. 4, 2006, file photo, Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej holds a camera as he leaves Siriraj Hospital in a wheelchair after undergoing surgery in Bangkok, Thailand. The king got hold of his first camera at the age of 8 _ a Coronet Midget given by his mother _ and rarely was one out of reach through most of his life, capturing both domestic scenes and documenting his efforts to improve rural lives.

" Ѕix of һіs songs ᴡere included in a 1950 Broadway musical, "Peepshow," ѡith ߋne, "Blue Night," described bʏ one critic as a "sensuous beguine. Largely self-taught, he is credited with nearly 50 compositions, including a three-movement ballet previewed in Vienna and songs that are still frequently heard in Thailand, including "Falling Rain" аnd "Candlelight Blues.

22, 1935, file photo, ten-year-old King Ananda Mahidol of Siam, now known as Thailand, right, stands with his brother Prince Bhumibol, while playing with presents including a science kit he received on his tenth birthday, in Lausanne, Switzerland. Having tinkered since childhood and studied some science and engineering in Switzerland, Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej came up with inventions throughout much of his reign, with 20 patents and 19 trademarks registered under his name and some garnering international awards.

A year later, he challenged another royal sailor, Britain's visiting Prince Philip, to a race. A keen sportsman until hobbled by illnesses over the past decade, he teamed up with one of his daughters to win a yachting gold medal in the 1967 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games.

Aside from his kingly duties _ and they were immense _ Thailand's late King Bhumibol Adulyadej 2captcha - related resource site - took time out during his 70-year reign to compose music (and jam with some of the world's jazz legends), build sailing craft (and win an international yachting race), paint surrealistic oils and have some 20 patents registered for an assortment of inventions. (Bureau of the Royal Household via AP, File) FILE - In this July 5, 1960, file photo, Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej, right, plays the saxophone during a jam session with legendary jazz clarinetist Benny Goodman, left, drummer Gene Krupa, second left, and trombonist Urbie Green in New York.

assault rifle in the Vietnam War, from jamming. Having tinkered since childhood and studied some science and engineering in Switzerland, the king came up with inventions throughout much of his reign, with 20 patents and 19 trademarks registered under his name and some garnering international awards. Most were related to rural development, although he also configured a new gun mount on helicopters and offered ideas on how to prevent the M-16, the standard U.

A 2005 European patent, number 1491088, describes a technique for seeding clouds to induce rain over drought-stricken areas. Dubbed the "super sandwich," pilots disperse environmentally friendly chemicals to form cool and warm clouds at different altitudes.

Bhumibol was 8 when he got hold of his first camera — a Coronet Midget given by his mother — and rarely was one out of reach through most of his life, capturing both domestic scenes and documenting his efforts to improve rural lives.

His inventions included a biofuel from palm oil and the low-cost Chaipattana aerator, which resembles a paddle wheel on old steamers and can be inserted into rivers, canals and marshes to counter water pollution. The aerators can be seen across Thailand, including at the royal residence in Bangkok.

He also played clarinet, trumpet and the piano, often with his own palace band, and one of the highlights of a 1960 visit to New York was a two-hour jam session with Benny Goodman. "He is simply tһе coolest king іn the land," declared American jazz great Lionel Hampton of Bhumibol's talent on the saxophone.

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