Four challengers compete in the White Room Studio hoping to walk away as the contest's best designer and winner of \$10,000. They are tasked with transforming their empty spaces using only Hershey's candy and merchandise - in under 15 hours. During this special competition, not only are challengers battling to design a room of their client's dreams, but the clients themselves can win \$5,000.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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“White Room” is a song by British rock band Cream, composed by bassist Jack Bruce with lyrics by poet Pete Brown. They recorded it for the studio half of the 1968 double album Wheels of Fire. In September, a shorter single edit (without the third verse) was released for AM radio stations, although album-oriented FM radio stations played the full album version.
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Rolling Stone magazine ranked “White Room” at number 376 on the 2004 “List of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time” (as well as its 2010 update). In 1990, Clapton performed the song at his Royal Albert Hall concert series and in 1999 with Sheryl Crow at Crow's Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live from Central Park concert. “White Room” has been covered by a variety of artists: Jeff Healey, Waylon Jennings, Joel Grey, Ace Frehley, Frank Gambale (in a jazz fusion style), Iron Butterfly, jazz guitarist Jimmy Ponder, Flower Travellin' Band on the album Challenge, Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band (with Jack Bruce, Peter Frampton on guitar, Gary Brooker on keyboard, Mark Rivera on saxophone and tambourine and two drummers (Ringo and Simon Kirke) doing the triplets in unison), Helloween, Demons and Wizards (Iced Earth/Blind Guardian), Ring of Fire, Jimmy Barnes, The Bobs, The Guess Who, The Vines, The Stranglers, Hugh Cornwell and Robert Williams on the album Nosferatu, Vassar Clements, BBM, Mostly Harmless and Lana Lane on the album Gemini.
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