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House recording of “A Pirate Looks at 40” by Jimmy Buffet, reimagined by Cody Simpson.
House recording of These Days, reimagined by Cody Simpson. Original composition by Jackson Browne.
Audio of Cody Simpson and DVBBS performing at Ultra Miami earlier today.
Singer Cody Simpson will meet the wax-figure version of himself at Madame Tussauds Orlando on March 18, and some fans will get a face-to-face meeting with him at the International Drive attraction.
Simpson, a native of Australia and a former contestant on “Dancing With the Stars,” donated clothing and accessories for his figure, which required 300 measurements to replicate. Tussauds artists copied the graffiti on the guitar and a tear in one of his shoes.
It took six weeks to create wax Simpson’s head, which weighs 9.9 pounds, Madame Tussauds said.
For an opportunity to sit in a VIP area for the unveiling and meet Simpson, fans can submit a 30-second video describing why they deserve to be there. Send videos and contact information email@example.com. The deadline is midnight on March 11. Fifteen fans will be notified on March 14.
Source: Orlando Sentinal
The meet-and-greet prior to Cody Simpson’s concert at Concord Music Hall Sept. 25 is soldout, but there’s another way to meet the Australian teen idol in Chicago before then.
Simpson is scheduled to perform Wednesday at Macy’s on State Street on behalf of Ralph Lauren’s Denim and Supply brand. Afterward, he’ll take part in a meet-and-greet with fans. Customers who spend at least $75 on Denim and Supply products that day will get front-of-line access. How many people will show up? It’s tough to say, but keep in mind Simpson will likely promote the appearance on Twitter, where he has 7.5 million followers.
In June, Simpson released his third studio album, “Free,” which is his first album as an independent artist.
When: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday
Where: Macy’s; 111 North State Street
Admission: Free, but Denim and Supply purchase of at least $75 ensures front-of-line access.
Source: Chicago Tribune
You can purchase “Happy Lil’ Hippie” and pre-order Free here.
Interview on Waiting 4 U Tour
Interview on Believe Tour
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