30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Here's what it would look like if Lena Dunham's book got a "Harry Potter"-style midnight celebration.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
California's new 'Yes Means Yes' law makes strides in the fight against sexual assault.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
After dancing, fighting and crying in Footloose, Divergent and The Spectacular Now, respectively, actor Miles Teller is tapping into his high school...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Who’s ready for the Grammy Awards… in four months?! Okay, so the 2015 Grammys are still a little while away, but Tuesday (Sept. 30) is the final day...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Those looking for a "Helena," or a return to the opera-rock of My Chemical Romance's 2006 winner The Black Parade, on former MCR lead singer Gerard...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
The Daily Show has responded -- briefly -- to One Direction fans following outcry over a Daily Show segment last week that jokingly mentioned 1D...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner went to dinner together in Paris. Was it a date? Did Selena Gomez know? Should we not freak out at the drop of a hat?!
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
On Bringing Back The Sunshine, the eighth studio disc from Blake Shelton, there are plenty of songs that will go hand in hand with weekend parties...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Threshold Entertainment is planning a movie based on the video game "Tetris," which will be an "epic sci-fi movie."
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Justin Bieber just arrived in France today (mysteriously at the same time at Selena Gomez), and judging by his Rolls-Royce selfie in the streets of “Pari,” he’s very, very stoked about it. So stoked, in fact, that he’s already switched up his outfit three times since he landed in the City of Love. His first... Read more »
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
If this infomercial doesn't get you to owl your application to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, we don't know what will.
30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Last November, Alabama gathered some of their most famous friends and hit up Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for a sold-out, guest-heavy performance. That concert, which featured collaborations with everyone from Trisha Yearwood to Jamey Johnson, hits stores today in the form of Alabama & Friends at the Ryman, a DVD and double-disc record that marks Alabama's first live album in more than two decades. Alabama Return to CMA Fest After Two Decades The album kicks off with a live performance of the band's 1984 chart-topper, "If You're Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)," before moving into the first duet of the evening: a fiery, tag-teamed version of "Tennessee River," featuring Jason Aldean on guest vocals and acoustic guitar. "This man is killing the world in country music right now!" Randy Houser tells the crowd by way of introduction, happily welcoming to the stage a country crooner whose current popularity — including 12 Top 10 singles and five platinum-selling albums — brings to mind the success Alabama enjoyed during the Eighties. [Watch the performance above.] "Jason seems to enjoy music the way we do," guitarist Jeff Cook tells Rolling Stone Country. "In today's music market, it is sometimes difficult to sort out the good country from the bad rock and roll. I believe he leaves a positive stamp on country music." Several months before the Ryman show, Aldean recorded a studio version of "Tennessee River" with his own band. The song was released in August 2013 as the leadoff track from Alabama & Friends, a tribute album that cracked the Top 10 on the country and pop charts. Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan and Eli Young Band — all of whom make appearances on the live album — also contributed to the disc. This year, the boys in Alabama celebrate their 45th anniversary together. Still, playing a place like the Ryman — the former home of the Grand Ole Opry, as well as one of the most historic venues in all of country music — continues to floor them. "It's feels special to me to be able to stand there on the stage where so much musical history took place, and to be accepted as good enough to play there," Cook reflects. "It really is the mother church of country music." Related Las Vegas to Host First-Ever Country Fest After Sluggish Start, Summer Concert Season Finishes Strong Watch Jason Aldean Start a Fire on 'Kimmel'
30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
When Trigger Hippy, the roots supergroup founded by Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, made its AmericanaFest debut earlier this month, it was difficult to think of a festival act that better embodied the idea of Americana. Led by Gorman, the members of the cleverly monikered collective — singers Joan Osborne and Jackie Greene, bassist Nick Govrik and guitarist Tom Bukovac — represent the hallmarks of the catch-all genre: rock, soul, blues and country. Q&A: Chris Robinson on His New Band, Bonding With Phil Lesh "It's all Southern music. Blues and country and soul and jazz, all those things emanated from one general area of the country," says Gorman, who after coming off the road with the Black Crowes in 2013 turned his attention full-time to Trigger Hippy, which he officially founded with Govrik a year earlier. "It started with Nick and I jamming together a lot, 10 years ago, at a club in Nashville. And the first time we played together, we played like we were already a rhythm section. We said, 'We have to do something for real.'" The rhythm section in search of a singer (along with original guitarist Audley Freed, who left to focus on other projects) eventually recruited Osborne, best known for her stint with the post-Jerry Garcia version of the Dead and for her 1995 Lilith Fair-ready single "One of Us." "We threw out the name of every dude we ever liked. For whatever reason, it was always like, no, no, no. Then I heard a Joan song on the radio, 'St. Theresa,' when I was driving and I was like, 'oh my god. It never even occurred to me to think about a female singer. What's wrong with me?' I called her the next day, and said, 'Look, I got this band, we got a good name, some cool little riffs and we want to bring someone in and write some songs.' She was way into it." Greene, who played with Gorman in the Black Crowes, and Bukovac, one of contemporary country music's most sought-after session guitarists, soon followed. "Even just those four guys together would be an incredible band," says Osborne. "I feel like I have to bring my best game to just hang with these guys. There's no phoning it in." That was clear to those who caught Trigger Hippy's AmericanaFest performance, as well as for those who have already heard the group's self-titled debut album, released today on Rounder Records. With songs like the Allmans-esque "Turpentine," the propulsive "Tennessee Mud" and the distinct country of "Pretty Mess," the LP is the sort of listening experience that stands out in these days of disposable, homogenized pop and country singles. "I don't think it does fit anywhere," agrees Gorman. "It's its own thing, and I think a lot of people want to hear records like this, but they don't even realize they want to until they hear it. Anyone who has heard the record, they go, 'This is great, why doesn't anyone make records like this anymore?' The response has been pretty universal." Prior to the group's AmericanaFest triumph, they played a sold-out showcase at Nashville's 3rd and Lindsley earlier this summer. Check out the video premiere of "Rise Up Singing," captured at that performance, above. "I think of this band as fitting into a lot of different worlds and reaching out to a lot of different audiences," says Osborne. "We have fans in the jam band world, and all of us have a presence there. The Americana scene has been very embracing of what we're doing. And as far as pop radio goes, I wouldn't say that we're necessarily waiting for something like that to happen, but I wouldn't rule it out, based on the strength of the songs we've been writing." Gorman foresees a similar broad reach for the group, which will hit the road in October for a tour of California, the South and a date in New York City. "If we insist on labeling things, I would hope that every label has as wide a net as possible. Rock & roll used to be real wide — if you said that, it could mean a lot of different things. Now, Americana has become the big top, everything limited to real music. It's not samples or loops," he says, "it's musicians, not electricians." Related Billy Bob Thornton Inks Country Label Deal Jason Isbell Sweeps, Robert Plant Sings at Americana Awards Jim Lauderdale Talks Working With the Dead, George Jones
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
One month ago, Weezer regretfully announced they were pushing back the release of their new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, from Sept....
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
This study proves that Twitter hates your breakup.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Jon Stewart responds to One Direction fans with a quick joke about climate change. What else would you expect from him?
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Tracy Morgan has responded to Wal-Mart's claim that he's partly responsible for the injuries he suffered in an accident this June because he wasn't...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Jeff Koons can make statues of pop stars like Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga until the end of time, but it's safe to say no art world figure will ever...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Chanel's Spring/Summer 2015 Paris Fashion Week show featured a feminist protest.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Joey Bada$$ tells the story behind how he found the "Christ Conscious" beat and explains the video concept.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Following up on his attack against Kim Kardashian in Paris last week, notorious celebrity "prankster" Vitalii Sediuk -- banned in the U.S....
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