31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
The only thing better than watching John Green and Hank Green bickering like old marrieds over the usefulness of Batman? Jamming out to their argument like a rockstar, with this ridiculously catchy musical version of the original video. Embedded from www.youtube.com. Thanks to the magic of autotune, the Green brothers’ epic debate about the Caped... Read more »
31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
The "One Tree Hill" reunion was a giant nostalgia party, complete with Mouth and Chad Michael Murray.
31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
See 21 swimsuits that'll give you crazy tan lines.
31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
On the heels of the announcement that "Mulan" is getting a live-action remake, we pick the perfect cast.
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
Hot 97 has announced the lineup for this year’s Summer Jam.   Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Meek Mill, Fabolous, Childish...
31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
After Zayn Malik left the band, Madame Tussauds brought in backup.
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
Artsy private club Soho House's plan for an expansion from West Hollywood into downtown L.A.'s burgeoning Arts District is already...
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
The music business got a jolt Monday when a chorus line of celebrity musicians stood on stage for the launch of Tidal (a re-launch, actually, but its...
31 March, 2015 - RollingStone.com
Jeremy Brown, guitarist for Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, died on Monday at the age of 34 of undisclosed causes, just one day before the release of the group's debut album Blaster. Weiland broke the news to fans on Facebook, writing that the band grew anxious when the guitarist, who had performed with the Stone Temple Pilots singer for seven years, failed to show up for rehearsals before their album release show Monday. Scott Weiland Talks New Album 'Blaster,' Plots U.S. Tour "We received a call today about my friend Jeremy Brown that has shaken me to the core. We were all concerned this afternoon when Jeremy didn't show up for a long-scheduled rehearsal for tonight's album release show at School Night," Weiland wrote. "An hour later, Jeremy's family called us to say that he had passed away. I am in shock right now; everyone that knows him is devastated. It is a terrible loss that goes beyond words. He is one of my best friends, a truest friend and one of the most gifted guitar players that I've ever known. A true genius." Brown first worked with Weiland in 2008 when the singer recorded his solo album "Happy" in Galoshes. Brown, along with Wildabouts bassist Tommy Black and drummer Danny Thompson, also accompanied Weiland on the road for the singer's Purple to the Core tour, where Weiland performed Stone Temple Pilots' Core and Purple live. Inspired by the group's chemistry, Weiland hit the studio with his backing band and set out on recording Blaster. "The sound we were getting felt original and infectious and brought me back to the feelings I had when I made my first couple records. Just excitement, feeling invigorated. Youthful," Weiland told Rolling Stone. "Blaster is definitely a band sound: a stripped-down, furry sound with a lot of space between the notes. But it's tight and to-the-point while keeping that garage rock vibe." In an interview with LA Weekly, Weiland said Brown "came up with a majority of the riffs" for Blaster. Weiland cancelled the band's album release gig Monday night at Los Angeles' School Night after learning of Brown's death. "It’s impossible to explain how much he will be missed and what a hole this will leave in our hearts," Weiland wrote. "A post on Facebook feels so trite and small compared to the love that I have for him and for the talent that has passed on but I felt it was necessary to at least start here. Please keep his family in your thoughts." Related Q&A: Scott Weiland on STP, Velvet Revolver and His Solo Tour Hear Scott Weiland's Foot-Stomping 'Way She Moves' Scott Weiland 'Embarrassed' by Behavior at Meet and Greet
31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
When Sampat Pal Devi came across a man mercilessly beating his wife, she took action. It sounds like something straight out of a badass lady-gang comic book, but it’s the incredible true story of thousands of women in the Uttar Pradesh region of Northern India known as the Gulabi Gang.
31 March, 2015 - MTV.com
Chris Farley and David Spade's classic comedy turns 20 today, and we're celebrating by reviewing all the lessons we learned from Tom Callahan Junior.
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
As expected, the Rolling Stones announced dates for their North American summer trek — dubbed the Zip Code tour — this morning (March 31). The 15-...
31 March, 2015 - RollingStone.com
The Rolling Stones will return to North American stadiums this summer for the 15-city Zip Code tour. The tour will kick off May 24th at San Diego's Petco Park, criss-crossing the country before ending July 15th at Quebec's Le Festival D’Été de Québec. The tour name plays off the jeans-focused cover of the group's classic 1971 album, Sticky Fingers, which it will be reissuing in a deluxe format on May 26th. Beatles and Rolling Stones on Tour: See Rare Candid Photos The band will play hits-filled sets, as well as selections of what it's calling "special gems" from its catalog. The last time the group toured U.S. stadiums was in 2007. The group intends to elevate its stadium performances with a stage that will extend deep into the audience, as well as video screens and special effects. Tickets for all U.S. shows go on sale April 13th, while the Quebec date goes on sale April 11th. "We are excited to be back in North America playing stadiums this summer," Mick Jagger said in a statement. "We are looking forward to being back onstage and playing your favorite songs." "We love being out on the road and it is great to come back to North America," Keith Richards added. "I can't wait to get back on the stage!" The deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers, which is home to concert favorites "Brown Sugar," "Wild Horses," "Dead Flowers," "Bitch" and "Can't You Hear Me Knocking," will be released in a variety of formats. The band is promising "a generous selection of previously unreleased Stones audio outtakes" from the album's sessions for the release, as well as live recordings from the time. Looking back on Sticky Fingers – known for its Andy Warhol–designed cover featuring a close-up of a man's crotch with unzippable jeans fly – drummer Charlie Watts once claimed its distinct sound came from Jagger's unique interest in playing guitar at the time. "He plays very strange rhythm guitar...very much how Brazilian guitarists play, on the upbeat," he said. "It is very much like the guitar on a James Brown track – for a drummer, it's great to play with." The shows mark the band's first North American dates since concluding their 50 & Counting run in 2013. Since then, the group played a number of concerts in Europe, Asia and Australia, some of which had been rescheduled following the death of Jagger's girlfriend, L'Wren Scott last March. Read Keith Richards' Poignant Tribute to Bobby Keys The group collectively paused at the time so Jagger could mourn. "I will never forget her," he wrote in a statement at the time. Each of his bandmates released their own statements around that time to show support for the singer and to explain how her death had forced the group to postpone Australian dates. "This is such terrible news and right now the important thing is that we are all pulling together to offer Mick our support and help him through this sad time," guitarist Ron Wood said at the time. "Without a doubt we intend to be back out on that stage as soon as we can." The band returned to performing live in May, following a memorial for Scott, for a gig near Oslo. At the show, they revisited the Steel Wheels tune "Can't Be Seen," which they put back in the set thereafter. Later in the month, they welcomed Bruce Springsteen onstage to sing the Exile on Main St. classic "Tumbling Dice." Similarly, John Mayer joined the band in Rome for their Some Girls single "Respectable." In the time since the group's last concert, its longtime saxophonist Bobby Keys died following an ongoing battle with liver cirrhosis. He had played with the band on its Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main St. albums, among others, as well as recordings by John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, B.B. King, Chuck Berry, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Marvin Gaye. Richards paid tribute to Keys in an essay for Rolling Stone, calling him "the epitome of the rock & roll sax-playing man." The upcoming trek will the band's first without Keys. Rolling Stones Zip Code tour dates: May 24 - San Diego, CA @ Petco Park May 30 - Columbus, OH @ Ohio Stadium June 3 - Minneapolis, MN @ TCF Bank Stadium June 6 - Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium June 9 - Atlanta, GA @ Bobby Dodd Stadium June 12 - Orlando, FL @ Orlando Citrus Bowl June 17 - Nashville, TN @ LP Field June 20 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field June 23 - Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest / Marcus Amphitheater June 27 - Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium July 1 - Raleigh, NC @ Carter-Finley Stadium July 4 - Indianapolis, IN @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway July 8 - Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park July 11 - Buffalo, NY @ Ralph Wilson Stadium July 15 - Quebec, QC @ Le Festival D’Été de Québec Related Watch Mick Jagger Tease Monty Python Mick Jagger Talks James Brown's Influence Bobby Keys: The Lost Rolling Stone Interview
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
May 5 can't come soon enough. And with only a month or so until "Pretty Girls" officially hits the streets, Britney Spears' collaborator Iggy Azalea...
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
A beef quickly escalated between One Direction's Louis Tomlinson and UK producer Naughty Boy after the latter posted a demo recorded by former 1D...
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
Big-selling records from homegrown artists such as Sam Smith, Paloma Faith and Ed Sheeran have helped pop overtake rock as the most popular music...
31 March, 2015 - NEWS.com.au
THEIR attempt to be a boy band didn’t quite work so Justice Crew have got their dancing shoes on for their I Live My Life video.
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
Fellow X Factor alums, Fifth Harmony, are offering up their take on Zayn Malik's headline-making split from One Direction, And they're pretty...
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
Justin Bieber is ready to get back to the music. In a lengthy chat with USA Today, the singer opened up about a number of subjects, including what...
31 March, 2015 - Billboard.com
Ed Sheeran is to co-host this year’s Much Music Video Awards, which airs live Sunday June 21.  The announcement was made by Sheeran, alongside...
31 March, 2015 - NEWS.com.au
THIS happened rather quickly. Less than one week after Zayn Malik quit One Direction, he’s unleashed his first solo single.
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