Passage: Photographer Robert Frank and singer Eddie Money
Sunday, 15 September 2019 "Sunday Morning" remembers Grammy-nominated singer Eddie Money, known for pop hits of the 1970s and '80s, such as "Two Tickets to Paradise," and Robert Frank, a celebrated photographer who documented hardship and isolation in post-war America. Jane Pauley reports.
Elton John celebrated a special milestone this week: 30 years of sobriety. The Grammy-, Oscar- and Tony-winning singer-songwriter highlighted the occasion on his social media platforms Wednesday. In a series of photos, he shared the cards he received from loved ones, a festive cake and his 30-year sobriety chip. In a tweet accompanying the images, John noted that he’d just wrapped up a “most magical day” of celebration with his husband, David Furnish, and sons Elijah, 7, and Zachary, 9.
Drake and British rapper Headie One dropped "Only You Freestyle" earlier this week -- and, like all Drizzy's records, it immediately went viral. It started off simple enough, with Drake alluding to an Arab woman telling him that he has very Middle Eastern features: "Arabic ting told me that I look like Youssef, look like Hamza." But then the Grammy Award-winning artist started spitting rhymes in Arabic. "Habibti please! That basically translates to: "My love, please.