The music video for 'Just Can't Get Enough' by the Black Eyed Peas has just been released. It was filmed in Tokyo only a week before the devastating earthquake, tsunami and nuclear explosion occurred in Japan.
The song 'Just Can't Get Enough' is the second single to be released from their latest album entitled "The Beginning". The previous single released 'The Time (Dirty Bit)' has been a huge success, selling more than 2 million copies as of January 2011.[…] Read more »
The US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted more members during its 26th annual ceremony in New York last Monday night. The new members welcomed into the elite club included Alice Cooper, Neil Diamond, Tom Waits, Darlene Love, Leon Russell and Dr. John. From now on, these new members will have memorabilia from their long distinguished careers exhibited at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
To become eligible for induction into the Hall of Fame, artists are judged on their influence and significance to the development and perpetuation of rock and roll. But the judging only occurs 25 years after the release of their first record.
In true form, Alice Cooper accepted his award wearing a blood spattered shirt and signature black eye-makeup. […] Read more »
Singer Ke$ha has recently shot a video in which she kisses a unicorn. Previously, she defaced the Hollywood sign to get attention, and now not content with bestiality and vandalism to try and get someone to take notice of her, she has now sipped a little blood while performing on stage. Fan video is below.
The impact of the stunt has been surprisingly low key. Her publicist did not return any calls to comment on journalists questions according to Australias Daily Telegraph, and the usual social media avenues have been strangely muted.
Ke$ha could be facing a backlash from fans as previous clips of her defacing the Hollywood sign is largely believed to be faked, and being fooled is not something the record buying public takes kindly too. […] Read more »
US film director, David Lynch, will direct a live webcast of Duran Duran's upcoming "Unstaged" concert from the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles on March 23 to fans across the world. "Unstaged" is a series of webcast concerts run by YouTube,American Express and VEVO. Previous webcast concerts for Unstaged have featured Arcade Fire (directed by Terry Gilliam), John Legend and the Roots (Spike Lee) and Sugarland (Kenny Ortega).
David Lynch is best known for his surrealist films, but has also directed famous movies including "Mulholland Drive" and "Wild at Heart". Talking about this upcoming event, he said, "The idea is to try and create on the fly, layers of images permeating Duran Duran on the stage. A world of experimentation and hopefully some happy accidents."[…] Read more »
Famous from her Destiny's Child days, Kelly Rowland has shown the world that she can produce great songs with different sounds and beats. She has made the club scene take notice of her with "When Love Takes Over", "Commander" and "Rose Coloured Glasses".
And now she has just released something very different.'Motivation', written by Rico Love and produced by Jim Jonsin, has Lil Wayne lending his vocals to this very mellow, sultry track. The single differs from the many dance-friendly tunes played in clubs across the country. The music video for "Motivation" has just been filmed, in which Kelly Rowland is seen wearing a skimpy outfit and surrounded by a collection of hot males and females. Only a "teasing" photo has been released showing one scene from the clip with all the hot bodies. […] Read more »
Bob Dylan made his name in the 60s where his unique vision and song writing style saw him pen several anti war and establishment songs. These were in part inspired by events in the Vietnam War. Vietnam is a place that Bob Dylan will soon be gracing with his musical genius and collection of classic tunes when he plays a gig in the country next month.
Dylan will play a gig at Ho Chi Minh City University stadium on the 10th April. The venue can hold 8000 people. The gig is expected to sell out.
Rod Quinton, general manager of Saigon Sound System, a Ho Chi Minh City based promotion company spoke to Billboard about the fourth coming gig. […] Read more »
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