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Tonight (David Bowie album)

Tonight is the sixteenth studio album by David Bowie, released in 1984. It followed his most commercially successful album, Let's Dance. He described the album, released immediately after his previous album's tour wrapped up, as an effort to "keep my hand in, so to speak," and to retain the new audience that he had recently acquired. Although the album was another immediate commercial success, reaching number one in the UK Albums Chart in October 1984, it has received mostly poor reviews from music critics and Bowie expressed dissatisfaction with it in later years.

Tonight

Tonight may refer to:

  • Tonight (TV programme), a United Kingdom television news-magazine on ITV hosted by Julie Etchingham
  • Tonight (1957 TV series), a United Kingdom topical television programme hosted by Cliff Michelmore
  • Tonight (TVNZ television programme), a New Zealand evening news hosted by Kate Hawkesby
  • The Tonight Show, a United States talk show, also known in its early years as simply Tonight
  • Tonight with Arnold Clavio, a Philippine television talk show
  • "Tonight" (Prison Break), an episode of Prison Break

Tonight (Iggy Pop song)

"Tonight" is a song written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop for the latter's second solo album, Lust for Life, released in 1977. The song was later made into the title track for Bowie's own album Tonight.

Tonight (1957 TV series)

Tonight was a BBC television current affairs programme presented by Cliff Michelmore and broadcast in Britain live on weekday evenings from February 1957 to 1965. The producers were the future Controller of BBC1 Donald Baverstock and the future Director-General of the BBC Alasdair Milne. The audience was typically seven million.

Tonight (TVNZ television programme)

Tonight, also known as One News Tonight, is an evening news programme which airs every weeknight at 10:30 pm on TV One. It competes with TV3's Newsworthy.

Tonight (1956 song)

"Tonight" is a popular song with music written by Leonard Bernstein and the lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and was published in 1956.

Tonight (TV programme)

Tonight (often referred to as The Tonight Programme) is a British current affairs programme, produced by ITV Studios (formerly Granada Television) and ITN for the ITV network, replacing the long-running investigative series World in Action in 1999. Previously airing twice-weekly, on Monday and Friday evenings at 8.00pm ( ITV Wales, STV and UTV would often air the show at different times or different days, to make way for regional programming), the show runs the gamut from human interest-led current affairs to investigative journalism. Tonight has conducted interviews with a plethora of political and public figures, including George W. Bush, Tony Blair and Hillary Clinton. From 1999-2007, the programme was known as Tonight with Trevor McDonald.

The programme currently airs in the Thursday night timeslot at 7.30pm, with Julie Etchingham as host.

Tonight (Def Leppard song)

"Tonight" is a 1993 single by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their 1992 multi-platinum album Adrenalize. It was originally recorded on 5 May 1988 during a break in the Hysteria World Tour as a possible B-side to one of the singles for their fourth album Hysteria but was shelved and re-recorded during the Adrenalize sessions. "Tonight" is the sixth international single from the Adrenalize album. It was the fifth single in both the USA and UK. In the USA, The song reached #13 on the Mainstream Rock charts, and #62 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also peaked at number 34 in the UK singles chart.

Tonight (Silk album)

Tonight is the third studio album from R&B group Silk, released on March 23, 1999 on Elektra Entertainment. It was their first album in four years and the reason for the break was due to the group wanting to be more involved in the creative process. Another reason for the hiatus was due to the lackluster performance of their previous album, which caused the group to seek new management after dealing with financial and legal issues. After severing ties with their former managers, they were managed by Sonja Norwood, mother of singer/actress Brandy. They were soon given the green light to record a new album by Elektra's then-president Sylvia Rhone, who let them take their time to record the album until they had the right songs.

Most of the production duties were split between group member Gary Jenkins and producer Darrell "Delite" Allamby. The latter was brought in due to his previous work with Gerald Levert ("Thinkin' Bout It" and "Taking Everything"), Busta Rhymes (" What's It Gonna Be?!") and LSG ("My Body"). They also have production from Maurice Wilcher, a singer that was formerly signed to Dr. Dre's label Aftermath Entertainment.

The album features the Hits "If You", which peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 (their biggest hit since " Freak Me" in 1993) and "Meeting In My Bedroom". Tonight proved to be their second most successful album, right behind their 1992 debut Lose Control. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA in 1999.

Tonight (The Move song)

"Tonight" is a song recorded by The Move and was written by Roy Wood originally for pop vocal group The New Seekers. Released in 1971, The Move's version was their first single release on the Harvest label, and charted at number 11 on the UK single charts. In Denmark, it charted at #7. Jeff Lynne, who had joined the group the previous year, takes lead vocal on the third verse.

The single was issued in the US on Capitol. The United Artists reissue 45 was issued as the single for their 1972 Split Ends compilation.

Tonight (The Underdog Project song)

"Tonight" is the second single from the album It Doesn't Matter by the group The Underdog Project. The single is similar to their first hit " Summer Jam", from the same album. There are various mixes of the song, including a 2-step garage mix (OMO Remix) and a Eurodance mix (Dance Movement Remix). The single was also well received in Europe, although it didn't have much airplay in the US or UK.

Tonight (Jeremy Camp song)

"Tonight" is a song written and performed by Christian singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp. The song was the second radio single released in promotion of his fourth studio album, Beyond Measure. The single reached the #1 position on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs airplay chart. This song is featured on the Digital Praise game Guitar Praise. From 2009 live, Jeremy Camp Live, which was a Christian rock band of live version.

Tonight (band)

Tonight were a five piece new wave band, from Southend-on-Sea, Essex. They were active from June 1977 to January 1979 and had a hit single, "Drummer Man", in February 1978.

Tonight (France Joli album)

Tonight is an album by France Joli, released in 1980 on the Prelude label. It is well known for the singles "The Heart to Break the Heart" and "Feel Like Dancing".

Tonight (Humanoid song)

Tonight is another release by Humanoid ( Brian Dougans) in the acid house vein that was also featured on the Global album by Dougans. It has a female vocalist crooning suggestive and romantic lyrics to a solid house beat with acid stylings.

Tonight (Reamonn song)

"Tonight" is a pop song by the German band Reamonn. It was released on July 7, 2006 from their fifth studio album Wish.

Tonight (New Kids on the Block song)

"Tonight" is a 1990 song recorded by the American pop band New Kids on the Block. Every member of the band sung lead vocals on this song. It was their second single from their 1990 album Step by Step. It was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic. It first reached #7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and then went on to reach #3 on the UK Singles Chart soon after its American success, giving the band another hit, as, at this point, they were at their commercial peak.

The song is "half slow tempo, half ska". It is "autobiographical" and "discusses the relationship that binds the members of the group to their fans, since the beginning", with many references to their first hits in the first couplet.

The "ska part" is the melody of Johann Sebastians Bach's Cantate "Sleepers awake" (BWV 140).

Tonight (Could Be the Night)

"Tonight (Could Be the Night)" is a 1961 rock and roll song by the quintet called The Velvets. Virgil Johnson, a former deejay at Radio KDAV in Lubbock, Texas, was the lead tenor singer, with backup from Mark Prince ( bass), Clarence Rigsby (tenor), Robert Thursby (first tenor), and William Solomon ( baritone). The four were originally Johnson's eighth-grade pupils in an English class which he instructed in Odessa, also in West Texas, in the 1959-1960 school year. Clarence Rigsby perished in an automobile crash in 1978.

The song refers to a young woman waiting to fall in love or perhaps for her intended to propose marriage and present her with a ring of commitment. The Velvets can be heard chanting "doo-wop" as a refrain in a song, a musical phenomenon which first surfaced in 1955 in the song " When You Dance" by The Turbans.

Johnson wrote the lyrics to "Tonight." The song reached No. 26 on the Billboard Top 100 chart. The Velvets continued producing songs until 1966. In 1977 the New York rhythm and blues vocal group The Earls released a disco version of the song. Johnson sometimes still appears in nostalgia concerts.

Tonight (Jonas Brothers song)

"Tonight" is the third single by the American pop band Jonas Brothers from their third studio album, A Little Bit Longer. Fueled by digital downloads, the song debuted and peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart on August 7, 2008, the group's second (and final) top ten single and second highest charting single to date (after their top five single Burnin' Up). The song also reached the top twenty in Canada.

The song's official single release was confirmed at the 36th Annual American Music Awards. They also performed the song later that night during the show. They have confirmed that filming for the music video is complete and it will be sent to mainstream radio in early January. The song was released on January 4, 2009 and the music video was released on January 19, 2009.

Tonight (Jay Sean song)

"Tonight" is a single by British R&B artist Jay Sean. The single was released on 18 January 2009 (iTunes) and 26 January 2009 (CD single), but the music video for the single was released much earlier, on 17 November 2008. The single is the fourth and final single from his second album My Own Way.

Tonight (TobyMac album)

Tonight is the fourth full-length solo album from the Christian hip hop artist TobyMac. It is the follow-up album to his 2007 release Portable Sounds, and was released on February 9, 2010. The Deluxe Version of the album will contain a DVD containing interviews with Toby about the songs on the record, the making of this record and an inside look at the Diverse City Band. The album debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200, selling 79,000 units in its first week. As of early November 2010, the album has sold over 315,000 copies.

Tonight (Luna Sea song)

"Tonight" is the thirteenth single by Japanese rock band Luna Sea, released on May 17, 2000. The song reached number 4 on the Oricon singles chart.

Tonight (Big Bang EP)

Tonight is the fourth extended play of South Korean boy band Big Bang. It was their first new material released in South Korea after two-year hiatus as a group. Upon its release, the album and its lead single of the same name became a chart-topper in various South Korean and international music charts. It was released on February 23, 2011 under YG Entertainment.

Tonight (Danny Byrd song)

"Tonight" is a song by drum and bass DJ, producer and musician Danny Byrd featuring fellow Hospital Records artist Netsky. It is the fourth single released from his third album Rave Digger. The song was released on 6 February 2011 for digital download and on 12" vinyl on 7 February 2011. The single peaked at number 91 on the UK Singles Chart and number 11 on the UK Dance Chart.

Tonight (Sugarland song)

"Tonight" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music duo Sugarland. It was released in April 2011 as the third single from their album The Incredible Machine. The song was written by Jennifer Nettles, Kristian Bush and Kevin Griffin.

Tonight (Seether song)

"Tonight" is a song by South African post-grunge/ alternative metal band Seether. It was released on 7 June 2011 as the second single from their fifth studio album Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray. This is also one of the last songs the band recorded with lead guitarist Troy McLawhorn who left the band prior to the album's release. Two remixes of this song appeared on the band's Remix EP.

Tonight (FM album)

Tonight is the sixth album by FM, a progressive rock group from Toronto, Canada, released on Duke Street Records in 1987. It was their last studio album, but further albums of live and demo material were issued later.

Two members of this version of the group did not appear on any other FM albums: Simon Brierley (ex Lee Aaron's band and Strange Advance) on guitars, and Greg Critchley (ex Portland Bros. and The Spoons) on drums, the latter replacing Martin Deller. Other lineups of FM were notable for not using electric guitars, therefore this change made a significant alteration to their sound.

Tonight (The Big Pink song)

"Tonight" is the third proper single from The Big Pink's debut album A Brief History of Love, and their fifth single overall. "Tonight" was released on 7" vinyl and as a digital download on April 26, 2010. The single features a new recording of "Tonight," produced by Paul Epworth (who also receives writing credit on this version of the song), and the band's cover of the Beyoncé song " Sweet Dreams" as the B-side. The single comes packaged in a fold-out sleeve with a coloured elastic band as well.

Following the single's release, a digital download-only EP featuring exclusive remixes by underground DJs and independent artists was made available on the band's website for free.

Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)

"Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)" (stylized as "Tonight (I'm F**kin' You)"), also known as "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" or simply "Tonight" in clean versions, is a song by Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias. It features American rapper Ludacris and producer DJ Frank E. The song was released to the US radio on 1 November 2010, as the album's second U.S single. and it was released digitally on 22 November 2010. The song was included on the French Limited Edition of Euphoria. The official remix features American rapper Pitbull. The single has sold over 5 million copies worldwide to date.

Tonight (Kállay Saunders song)

"Tonight" is a single from Hungarian artist Kállay Saunders, featuring vocals from Swedish rapper Rebstar. It was released as a single 8 August 2012 for digital download in the Hungary. It was written by Ándras Kállay-Saunders, Rebin Shah and produced by DJ Pain 1 and Mark Pacsai.

Tonight (Jessica Sanchez song)

"Tonight" is a single by American recording artist Jessica Sanchez featuring Ne-Yo, taken from Sanchez's debut studio album Me, You & the Music. It was written by Ne-Yo, Mikkel S. Eriksen and Tor E. Hermansen and was produced by StarGate. "Tonight" was released to digital retailer on March 22, 2013, following her debut live performance of the single on the Top 9 results show on the twelfth season of American Idol on March 21, 2013, as the lead single from Me, You & the Music. The song's accompanying music video was shot in downtown Los Angeles on March 1, 2013 with director Justin Francis and made its world premiere on Vevo on March 21, 2013.

Tonight (Kim Hyun-joong song)

Tonight is Kim Hyun-joong's third Japanese single. There are five available versions of this single which has five completely different image concepts for each of the single covers. Each version includes different limited editions that may include a DVD with the music video to the three new songs.

Tonight (TrueBliss song)

"Tonight" is the 1999 debut single of New Zealand girl group TrueBliss, the first ever group to be formed under the Popstars banner, as part of the 1999 TVNZ series. "Tonight" debuted at number one in the New Zealand charts, remained in the top 40 for 10 weeks, and was certified platinum.

Tonight (We Live Forever)

"Tonight (We Live Forever)" is a song by English boy band Union J. It was released through Epic Records on 15 August 2014 as the lead single from their second studio album You Got It All – The Album (2014). It was written by Rick Parkhouse, George Tizzard, Josh Wilkinson and Roy Stride, and produced by Red Triangle and Simon Katz.

The song debuted at number 9 in the United Kingdom, becoming the band's third top 10 hit.

Tonight (Spica song)

"Tonight" is the third digital single released by South Korean pop band Spica. It was released on August 28, 2013 under B2M Entertainment with distribution through CJ E&M Music and Live.

Tonight (Clark Terry-Bob Brookmeyer Quintet album)

Tonight (also released as Straight No Chaser) is an album by the Clark Terry- Bob Brookmeyer Quintet, featuring Brookmeyer on trombone and Terry on trumpet and flugelhorn. With tracks recorded in 1964, the album was released on the Mainstream label the following year.

Tonight (Best You Ever Had)

"Tonight (Best You Ever Had)" is a song by American recording artist John Legend featuring American rapper Ludacris, from the soundtrack Think Like a Man.

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

tonight

I.adverb
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ VERB
come
▪ I shouldn't have come tonight.
▪ He's got to come tonight.
▪ If Memet came - but she knew he wouldn't come tonight.
▪ I wonder if anyone will come tonight.
▪ Why am I so sure they will come tonight?
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ Let's go to a movie tonight.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Anne's husband, Cuthbert, said there'd be fireflies tonight.
▪ But tonight Crabb is starting a life sentence for murder and Taylor was given nine years for perverting the course of justice.
▪ But there would be no apologising tonight.
▪ Under those circumstances, I ask him whether it would be wise for the House to proceed with the Bill tonight.
▪ We're going to have a talk about this when we get back to that blasted villa tonight.
II.noun
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ VERB
go
▪ Some one else was going to suffer tonight, he vowed.
▪ Jarden Greene was going to pay tonight.
▪ Y'all're too strung out for your own good. Go to bed early tonight.
▪ We have to go to bed early tonight.
▪ That's why most of the players have gone to the cinema tonight.
▪ He was going to preach again tonight.
▪ No one on 3 South was going to sleep tonight.
▪ Joe especially is going nuts tonight.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ Did you listen to tonight's weather report?
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ And, most important, will they be getting any tonight?
▪ Jody has decided not to start Jess again tonight.
▪ Joe especially is going nuts tonight.
▪ Remember, Jennifer has figure skating tonight.
▪ She will be propelled on to millions of screens tonight as a news presenter.
▪ There were no droves of people herding from pub to pub tonight.
▪ You ask her tonight, then call me.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Tonight

Tonight \To*night"\, n. The present or the coming night; the night after the present day.

Tonight

Tonight \To*night"\, adv. [Prep. to + night]

  1. On this present or coming night.

  2. On the last night past. [Obs.]
    --Shak.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

tonight

Old English toniht "in the coming night," from to "at, on" (see to) + niht (see night). As a noun, "in the night after the present day," early 14c. Written as two words until 18c., after which it was to-night until early 20c.

Wiktionary

tonight

adv. 1 During the night following the current day. 2 (context obsolete English) last night. n. The nighttime of the current day or date; this night.

WordNet

tonight

  1. n. the present or immediately coming night

  2. adv. during the night of the present day; "drop by tonight" [syn: this evening, this night]

Usage examples of "tonight".

Confronted by the full implications of the message he would deliver tomorrow to Lady Agatine Slegin, getting blind drunk tonight was a real temptation.

Still buoyed up by my sense of having made a wise decision, and been approved in it by you, I went down to dinner tonight, posting my last letter en route, and found Albacore waiting to offer me a choice of dry or very dry sherry.

Tonight, for just an instant-was Alec tightened his grip on the sword lying across his knees.

If Alec should falter in his role tonight, she would not broadcast the fact.

When Marge arrived tonight, she would watch over Dunlap while the one-armed man and the son in need of a father would ride out to check the steers, and in the meantime, Slaughter leaned back, smiling, as the setting sun cast an alpenglow on Lucas who rode straight and strong, and a colt veered from its mother, and they gamboled in the sun.

They had let Walla-Walla be their treasure chest, the container of their priceless alumite, including the last four statues that the hype men had helped carry tonight.

Everyone who passed through the doors of Amour Magique tonight, seen or unseen, was made known to me.

I look, but I am thinking only of the broderie anglaise that I am to wear tonight.

They had blown fluff from a seedhead for camp chores: tonight Seri had to dig the jacks, and Aris had to take care of the fire.

We think that the ascorbic acid in the food from that last planet may be affected by the cooking process, so we need to test the food you served tonight.

In return I was told not to wait up tonight, that she had another audition to attend after that.

I need to confirm the party trays for the bachelor and bachelorette parties tonight.

And if he is too late, the extra baht will be wasted and he will starve tonight.

Tonight the same young man who had so curiously watched the Baptist weeks before stood alone within the solitude of the cloisters and gazed soberly above him.

They never released names of the downed officers to the media until all the families had been contacted, better for the bereaved, but hell on all the other families with police officers out and about tonight.