The everyman of pop

NZ-born pop star, Daniel Bedingfeld, shares his thoughts on friends, family, and musical inspiration in an interview with the Guardian. An artist of chameleon-like musical abilities, Bedingfeld has been likened to everyone from Craig David to Michael Jackson. When asked what kind of legacy he aims to leave, his answer had nothing to do with platinum records or Grammy awards. Instead, Bedingfeld wants to be remembered as “A really good dad. A great granddad. A good mate with the fridge always full of beer.”


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Cogs Begin to Turn on Avatar Sequel Set

Cogs Begin to Turn on Avatar Sequel Set

Leave it to James Cameron to find a way to work through a pandemic, Yohana Desta writes for Vanity Fair. Like every other major film production, the Avatar sequel – which…