Gradually, the details for Lady Gaga’s upcoming studio album are being unveiled – and in a less direct fashion. The latest tidbit? The title of the release. While the Mother Monster indicated that it would officially be revealed in September, she could be hinting at it in a picture linked through her social networking website, LittleMonsters.com.
Currently on tour with the Born This Way Ball, Gaga, at the end of last week, linked to a picture of a recent tattoo. A caption reading “New ink new album” accompanied the image of her arm. Upon it was word “ARTPOP.”
Blackberry Smoke have been around for a while and have even spent the last 12 years on various labels but now, on Zac Brown’s Southern Ground record label, they are finally releasing their debut album, The Whippoorwill. As you can imagine, after being together for such a long time, the band write most of their own songs which is important when a group has such an eclectic style.
Lead singer, Charlie Starr, says: "I've always been the chief writer. Everybody has a job in the band, and that's been mine. That's a very fulfilling feeling, to write songs and to have people relate to them or feel a connection to them. That's another sticker on the hand of all the things that make us want to keep doing this. We have recorded a few things during our career that we didn't write, and there's nothing wrong with that, but we don't go shopping for songs."[…] Read more »
Fans first heard Kesha’s voice on Flo Rida’s smash hit “Right Round” but they didn’t even know it was her, at first, since she refused to perform the song live or appear in the video. She wanted to become a success through her own music and she certainly has. Known for her party girl image, she burst onto the scene with singles like “Tik Tok,” “We R Who We R” and “Take It Off.”
Now she’s working on new material and Dr. Luke, who is executive producing the effort, says that fans should expect “awesomeness.” He added: "You're going to hear her voice more. She asked for less production tricks and stuff like that this time. There are more guitars on the record now, too; on ('Animal'), Ke$ha was the one who told me, 'Under no circumstance will I have any guitars on the record.' That wasn't really my call. […] Read more »
With the elections coming up, everyone is weighing in on the candidates and Megadeth frontman, Dave Mustaine, is no exception. During interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, he revealed that hs is less than pleased with the current Commander-In-Chief.
Mustaine said: "See, the thing that I laugh about when I hear Obama say, 'Give the folks a chance. Give everybody a chance. Take away from the rich people.' Well, what happens when the folks that he's giving a chance gets a chance, becomes successful, is rich. Well, then all of a sudden, you're Obama's enemy now."
"I'm disgusted with this guy," he added. "He's my president, I respect the office of the presidency, but I think as a person and the things that he says, I've never heard anything this offensive ever come out of the mouth of a president. […] Read more »
For today’s Flashback Friday, we’ll be checking out Def Leppard’s 1988 smash hit “Pour Some Sugar on Me” which still is a crowd pleaser!
Back on this day in 1987, the band released their fourth studio album, Hysteria, which went on to become their best-selling album to date. The title refers to the nightmarish recovery of drummer, Rick Allen, who was in a car accident and had to endure the amputation of his left arm. Rather than just give up, the musician, amazed fans and defied critics by drumming with his remaining arm.
The album sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and featured other popular tracks including “Hysteria,” “Love Bites” “Rocket” “Animal” and “Armageddon It.”[…] Read more »
You might only think of Pauly D as a member of the Jersey Shore cast which, admittedly, has a love-hate relationship with audiences. While some people are addicted to the show, others feel it is a sign that the end of the world is near.
What many people may not know is that Pauly D is actually a DJ (he toured with Britney Spears, for example) and he’s making a lot of money doing it. How much? Enough to get him listed in Forbes magazine as the #7 top-earning DJ.
Pauly explains: "Everybody was skeptical at first, because how everybody heard about me is probably from Jersey Shore. But now I’m six seasons deep in the show and I’ve been touring all over the country, touring with major pop acts and stuff like that. That legitimizes everything, and they’re starting to say, 'This kid isn’t just a reality star, he’s an actual DJ.'"[…] Read more »
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