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Hailing from Liberal, KS singer/songwriter Jerrod Niemann is a country music artist who got his start in the early 2000s. Inspired by both honky tonk and pop music, he self-released two albums with a modern country rock sound before signing with the Sea Gayle label, a subdivision of Arista Nashville records, and dropping his first number one country hit "Lover, Lover." The track was the lead single off of his 2010 album Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury, which peaked at number 13. Niemann released his second studio album Free the Music, in 2012.
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Freddie Jackson is an R&B vocalist who rose to fame as part of the Harlem, New York music scene of the 1980s. He earned a record contract with Capitol Records in 1985 and released his debut solo album Rock Me Tonight, later the same year to critical and commercial acclaim. In addition to earning Jackson Grammy Award nominations for Best New Artist and Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance, the platinum record secured him an international fan base. After his mainstream appeal began to diminish into the 1990s, he switched over to smaller Orpheus Music imprint and continued to release records of his signature contemporary soul sound, including 2010's For You.
Ed Wood's 1959 film "Plan 9 From Outer Space" has earned cult status as "the worst film ever made." The film features flying saucers, zombies and cardboard tombstones, and was Bela Lugosi's last screen appearance. It's the story of a pair of aliens who set up shop in a cemetery, set on stopping humans from creating a weapon that could destroy the universe. Now the oddly endearing disaster gets a campy, fully staged treatment certain to be the worst play ever made.