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Mar 24 2009, 1:19am CDT
Source: The Hollywood Gossip
Katy Perry's green hair was one thing. But now, according to various blogs and comment boards, KP has simply gone to far by rocking some sort of weird green body-stocking thing while touring a Canadian "pioneer village" earlier this week.
Apparently, Katy was under the impression that being in a 19th Century-themed park north of the border meant she was free to toss on whatever freakish textile she'd been saving in her costume chest without being judged.
Full article at: The Hollywood Gossip
1 day ago, 4:18pm CDT
Source: Guitar World
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of "Train to Nowhere," a track from The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale.
The album, which will be released July 29 by Bushbranch Records/Surfdog Records, features 16 Cale songs—from "Call Me the Breeze," "Starbound" and "Lies" to "Magnolia" "Songbird" and "Crying Eyes"—performed by Clapton and a host of guests, including Mark Knopfler, John Mayer, Willie Nelson ...
Full article at: Guitar World
1 day ago, 9:02am CDT
A serial obsessor like Taylor Swift needs a boyfriend to fixate on, but if she doesn’t have one, a female will do just fine. I hear that Tay is begging Ed Sheeran to introduce her to his pal Jennifer Aniston. Why? So TS can become a big screen star, of course.
A spy told Star magazine that Taylor is “desperate” to be a big screen star like Jen (which explains her Hamptons meal with Steven Spielberg). T thinks she and ...
Full article at: GossipGirls.com
2 days ago, 1:51pm CDT
So we know One Direction have tried to cover their tracks and listen to cool stuff like John Mayer, Outkast and Duke Dumont in their spare time with their Cybersmile and just-generally-summery playlists, but we know their game. It just couldn't be more obvious that, behind-the-scenes, Liam Payne likes to don a neon pink tutu, slap on som ...
Full article at: Sugarscape
6 days ago, 5:08am CDT
Source: Just Jared
The Budweiser Made in America Festival is coming up next month and there’s a ton to get excited about!
Kanye West, Tiesto, Kings of Leon and Pharrell Williams are headlining the Philadelphia concerts while Imagine Dragons, John Mayer, Kendrick Lamar and Afrojack are headlining the Los Angeles concerts. Both cities will simultaneously run concerts on August 30th and August 31st.
The Jay-Z founded music festival started in Philadelphia in 2012 and this is the first ye ...
Full article at: Just Jared
Jul 15 2014, 11:15am CDT
Source: Music Week
The global rise of Bastille is well-documented in music industry lore. But the crucial role that Believe Recordings played in launching the UK band’s now-supernova international career is perhaps unfairly overlooked.
The indie group sky-rocketed into the commercial stratosphere on a major record company - Virgin EMI. But Believe was actually the first label to sign them: it issued Bastille’s debut release, the Laura Palm ...
Full article at: Music Week
Jul 15 2014, 10:00am CDT
Source: CBS New York
The third annual Global Citizen Festival will take place in New York City on Saturday, Sept. 27 and will feature a star-studded lineup featuring artists across several genres including hip-hop, rock, country and EDM. Jay Z, No Doubt, fun., Carrie Underwood, the Roots and Tiësto are all on the bill. The concert’s stated aim is to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030.
As in its first two years, the Global Citizen Festival is a free ti ...
Full article at: CBS New York
Jul 9 2014, 2:05pm CDT
Source: Oh No They Didn't!
This year’s free Global Citizen Festival is once again bringing serious heat to shine a light on poverty around the planet. The September 27 gig on the Great Law in New York’s Central Park will include headliner Jay Z, along with fun., Carrie Underwood, the Roots, Tiësto and No Doubt.“Change only takes place when and where there is action,” Jigga said in a statement from the Global Poverty Project about the third-annual show. “I’m joini ...
Full article at: Oh No They Didn't!
Jul 9 2014, 1:38pm CDT