Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, known musically as The Chainsmokers, hit the music scene hard in 2012. Their meteoric rise in the EDM genre is noteworthy. The music duo continually reinvents themselves as they grow individually and as musicians and that keeps their music fresh. While The Chainsmokers is comfortably topping the charts, they do not focus on the charts. Instead of letting the charts dictate where they want to go, they concentrate on making music that appeals to them and their dynamic and exciting live performances keep their fans wanting more.
Since their inception, The Chainsmokers have had five Top 10 hits and a Number 1 hit. Their first song to chart, “Closer” featuring Halsey peaked at Number 1. “Closer” stayed at its peak position for 12 straight weeks and it remained on the Billboard Charts for 52 weeks. “Don’t Let Me Down” featuring Daya on lead vocals charted for a full year, peaking at Number 3 on the Billboard Charts. “Roses” featuring Rozes on vocals resided on the Billboard Chart for 31 weeks peaking at Number 6 position, as did another chart-topping hit, “Paris” that stayed on the Billboard Charts for 20 weeks. Peaking at Number 3 on the Billboard Charts and charting for ten months was their hit “Something Just Like This,” a collaboration with Coldplay.
Staying on the Billboard Chart for 11 weeks and peaking at Number 16, “#Selfie” was another chart-topping hit for the dynamic duo. Other chart-topping hit songs are “All We Know” featuring Phoebe Ryan; “Sick Boy” released this year; “Setting Fires” featuring XYLO; “Honest” and “The One” round out their chart-topping successes.
Pall and Taggart pride themselves on pushing the envelope and stepping outside of their musical comfort zone to stay relevant musically. Realizing making music is a subjective activity, The Chainsmokers make music they want to do. They put their music out into the world with the goal of reaching the heart of their fans. Staying fresh and current has helped the duo win one Grammy and nomination for a second Grammy award.
The eternal question for fans of a TV show is what happened to their favorite stars after they left a show; for many of the fans of soap operas from the 1980s to the present day the question of how their favorite stars have fared away from the limelight will be easy to see. The scripted reality show “Queens Of Drama” brings many of the most famous faces of prime time and daytime soap opera back to the small screen, which includes the iconic figures of Donna Mills and Joan Collins.
For more recent fans of soap opera shows who are not familiar with iconic stars like “Knot’s Landing” villain Mills, or “Dynasty” legend Joan Collins more recent stars like Crystal Hunt appear on the show. Hunt has been a major star of two of the best known soap operas in recent history, “Guiding Light” and “One Life To Live”; the award winning soap opera star has visited the world of prime time drama on many occasions, but has developed a range of skills as a performer and business person she uses during “Queens Of Drama”.
Crystal Hunt is hoping the abilities she has recently shown as a performer will assist the “Queens Of Drama” in creating a new prime time TV drama. Hunt has been a recognizable face for a number of years in different areas of the entertainment industry, particularly through her roles in recent successful movies. The major movies Crystal Hunt has appeared in have given her an increased global brand that will be used by the production company formed for the show to help attract a major TV network to the TV show being developed. Follow Crystal on Facebook to see where her career goes next.
There are many reasons why the production company formed by the all female cast of the “Queens Of Drama” should be a success, not least the fact the women involved have a long history of finding success in the TV industry. By using the many skills they have developed the women hope to show off the reasons why they have found success over the course of the 21st century.