Snoop Dogg's original painting is amazing.
Liverpool rockers the Zutons just reunited for the first time in seven years, playing a one-off benefit show at Liverpool Guild Of Students in honor of their late friend Kristian Ealey, who died last month. "We're extremely excited to be getting together to remember our great friend Kris," bassist Russell Pritchard told Liverpool Confidential before…
Lost in the ridiculous, Donald Trump-provoked discussion over Alicia Machado’s weight is her long-dormant musical career. Like many beauty queens before and since, Machado landed acting gigs and a recording deal after being awarded her 1996 Miss Universe title. She would eventually release two albums with Universal, and most recently, in 2013, she released at least one single independently. The song is titled “Incomprendida” (Misunderstood).Kesha Supports Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, Slams Donald Trump: ‘He is a Bully’
Corey Feldman’s now legendary Today performance of his single “Go 4 It” may not have had the reception he hoped for when it viral two weeks ago, but you kind of have to hand it to the guy for not letting the goofuses of the internet get him down. Despite hurt feelings and a bruised ego, Feldman later went on to talk about how art is subjective, even going so far to thank the so-called haters for making his performance a hit. To prove that he’s not ready to give up the dream quite yet, Feldman popped up Wednesday night at the Lucky Strike in Hollywood to deliver an impromptu performance of Pink Floyd’s classic hit “Money” for surprised onlookers.
Solange just dropped what feels like the smartest, most vital album of the year.
The One Direction-er trades boy-band pop for strummy folk on his debut solo single.
They say donât judge a book by its cover, but in the case of Bon Iverâs third album, you can. The baffling track list to 22, A Million, with titles like â22 (OVER SââN)â and â00000 Million,â reads like Wingdings gibberish. And the music is similarly obtuse. Mastermind Justin Vernon, whose...
To a lot of people, Yellowcard are âOcean Avenueâ:Â a sing-along anthem off their breakthrough fourth album that immediately transportsÂ anyone who listens back to their angst-filled, sweetlyÂ yearning teenage years. Although theyâve occassionally strayed from that style of pop-punkÂ over the 13Â years...
The Celtic-folk icon sounds freshly reinvigorated on a collection that reflects upon the past
The extraordinarily extroverted icon delivered an endearingly sincere set of classics at Kings Theatre
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