26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis has said that this year's festival is the muddiest in history, citing it worse than the mud of 1997. The festival has suffered the worst rain and mud since the festival began in 1970, with the the region’s entire supply of woodchip disappearing under the weight of the mud and rain. Speaking to The Guardian, Eavis said: “Every single bit of woodchip in the south of England, all of it is here over 1,000 acres. I’ve never seen mud like it in the whole life. This is worse than 1997. In all 46 years, it hasn’t been as bad as this." Getty Describing how he drove around the whole site last night (June 25) which took until 4:30am, Eavis said he found it uplifting that the 180,000 festival-goers are still in high-spirits despite the weather. “I drove round the whole site last night. It took right up until 4.30am and the sun was up and there was just thousands of happy people with smiles on their faces despite the adverse conditions," he explained. "It is extraordinary. I do not know how they do it, but they love it so much." Speaking of the rumoured move to Longleat, Eavis said: “We will be doing something hopefully in 2019, but they [Longleat] came this weekend to look and they are not that impressed. This is the home of the festival as far as I’m concerned forever."
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Congrats to soul singer Jill Scott, who married her longtime boyfriend Mike Dobson on Saturday (June 25). News of the quiet ceremony surfaced after...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Years & Years asked their Glastonbury audience to "shove a rainbow in fear's face". The band performed on the Other Stage this afternoon (June 26), with frontman Olly Alexander acknowledging Pride weekend with a speech about being proud of who you are. "As you may know from how I'm dressed, I'm gay," he said. "I'm really gay actually. It's been an amazing show and I can't believe that we're here today, but what I keep thinking about is how in the last year there's been a lot of pretty scary and messed-up stuff." He continued: "Now, as a queer person, as queer people, we know what it's like to be scared. We know what it's like to live with fear; it's part of our every day. Now, tonight, Glastonbury, I would like you to ask you to join me on Pride weekend, and say 'no thank you fear'. Just say 'bye, fear bye', to literally shove a rainbow in fear's face. The BEST advice from Olly @yearsandyears: “Shove a rainbow in fear’s face” #Pride2016 #Glastonbury2016 https://t.co/X0i6NFBsnP— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) June 26, 2016 "What I have to say is I'm here, I'm queer and yes sometimes I'm afraid, but I am never ashamed because I am proud of who I am." The singer was wearing a jacket in the colours of the rainbow with wide fringing on the sleeves and front, which he removed during the set to reveal a vest also in the colours of the rainbow.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Jesse Eisenberg briefly clashed with anti-gay protesters at Pride in London yesterday (June 25). The Social Network actor was wheeling his bicycle through central London when he spotted protesters brandishing placards which contained slogans like "Abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul" and "whoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved". After shaking his head at the protesters, one of the anti-gay campaigners asked Eisenberg, "Is your mind closed?" "Is my mind closed?" Eisenberg replied before walking off. "Dude, that's so f****d up." Watch footage of the incident below. Eisenberg, who co-starred as Lex Luthor in Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and will soon return to cinema screens in Now You See Me 2, is currently appearing in a play in London's West End. Eisenberg also wrote the play, which is titled The Spoils and runs at the Trafalgar Studios theatre until August 13, having debuted there at the end of May. Pride in London drew thousands of LGBT people and allies to central London yesterday for a solidarity parade led by Absolutely Fabulous stars Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley and a programme of entertainment at Trafalgar Square.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
PJ Harvey has read out the iconic 'No Man Is An Island' poem by writer John Donne during her set at Glastonbury. Performing at the Other Stage, Harvey picked up a copy of the poem and began reading out Doone's most famous work without comment. She began the poem: "No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as any manner of thy friends or of thine own were; any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee." Getty Although Harvey did not comment on whether the reading was made in regard to the recent EU referendum results, it comes at a particularly poignant time in British politics. PJ Harvey scored her first UK number this year, topping the charts with 'The Hope Six Demolition Project'. DC politicians recently criticised Harvey for lyrics in 'The Community of Hope', taken from 'The Hope Six Demolition Project. Former mayor Vince Gray said: "I will not dignify this inane composition with a response", while his campaign treasurer added: "PJ Harvey is to music what Piers Morgan is to cable news."
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
An officer shot several times near Philadelphia got a call from country singer Kenny Chesney with an apology for announcing at a concert that he had...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Billy Joel surprised the audience at a recent gig by a Billy Joel covers band by joining the tribute group on stage. After appearing on stage to roars from the audience, Joel sang with the band on covers of The Beatles' 'With A Little Help From My Friends', The Rolling Stones' 'Honky Tonk Women' and his own song 'You May Be Right', which featured excerpts from Led Zeppelin's 'Rock And Roll'. The surprise set took place at New York's intimate Paramount venue on Friday night (June 24). Watch the full performance below. Though Joel's unannounced appearance clearly took the crowd by surprise, it was perhaps slightly less unexpected for the members of covers band Big Shot. Three of the group's lineup are also members of Joel's live band when he performs his one-night-a-month residency at New York City's Madison Square Garden venue, Rolling Stone reports. Joel dedicated his most recent performance at Madison Square Garden, which took place on June 17, to the memories of those killed in the recent homophobic terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida. Earlier this year, Mac De Marco performed a cover of one of Billy Joel's signature hits, 'Just The Way You Are', during his set at a Planned Parenthood benefit gig in New York.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Deadpool 2 is set to being filming early next year, with the film's producer, Simon Kinberg, revealing more details about the superhero sequel. The first film became the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time after its release in February. Ryan Reynolds played the Marvel superhero in a film filled with bad language, graphic violence and nudity required to take it past the adult only certification. Deadpool saw Reynolds flanked by a supporting cast that includes Haywire's Gina Carano, former Homeland actress Morena Baccarin, Game Of Thrones veteran Ed Skrein and Silicon Valley star TJ Miller. Getty Speaking to Collider ahead of the Saturn Awards in California producer Simon Kinberg said: "The guys, [screenwriters Paul] Wernick and Rhett [Reese], are working on the script, and we hope to have the script very soon. He continued, "we hope to shoot the movie some time at the beginning of next year." Heroic Hollywood reports that that Ryan Reynolds has completed a deal for its follow-up, with filming allegedly starting later this year for a potential 2018 release. This, however, has not been confirmed through official channels. Speaking to IG earlier this year (February 6), Reynolds said: "I never want to play another comic book character again; Deadpool, I would like to play for the rest of my life – that'd be fun."
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Drake’s Views continues to reign atop the Billboard 200 chart, as the set spends an eighth consecutive week at No. 1. The album debuted in the...
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Mariah Carey brought a very pregnant Blac Chyna on stage for a lap dance during the singer’s #1 to Infinity residency show in Las Vegas...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
50 Cent has been arrested in St. Kitts in the Carribean following his performance at the St. Kitts Music Festival. Swearing in public is a misdemeanor in St. Kitts, so 50 Cent was told to perform a profanity free set. However, he still included 'motherfuckin' during his performance of 'P.I.M.P.' According to TMZ, he was detained by police immediately after the performance along with entourage member Bajar Walter. They have both been released on bail, but they’re not allowed to leave the country until they go to court and pay a fine tomorrow. #50cent #PIMP #stkitts #stkittsmusicvestifle A video posted by Samantha Stowe (@yayysamm) on Jun 26, 2016 at 12:17am PDT 50 Cent was kicked off stage during a concert in Atlanta last weekend for overrunning his set. Performing at Hot 107.9’s Birthday Bash in the Georgia state capital, the 40-year-old rapper took exception to having his sound cut off by organisers. Discovering that his set had elapsed before he was ready to leave the stage, 50 reacted angrily to the decision. "You mean my time is up?" he said, addressing the Bash's organisers. "You mean to tell me you motherfuckers is gonna kick me off the stage for T.I. and Jeezy? Fuck this! Fuck it!" 50 then briefly dropped the microphone in protest, before then taking umbrage with the stage manager.
26 June, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Adele headlined the U.K.'s famed Glastonbury festival Saturday, a much anticipated gig that the singer called "the best fucking moment of my whole life" during the show. The 15-song, 90-minute-long set featured the live debut of 25's "River Lea" alongside over a dozen of the singer's hits including the headlining set's...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Police have warned Glastonbury-goers to prepare in case they need to be towed out of the festival. Cars have already had to be pulled out of the mud on the way to the exit. "Preparing to leave @GlastoFest? Save time by finding your car's tow hook, just in case you need it later," Glastonbury's police officers tweeted. Preparing to leave @GlastoFest? Save time by finding your car's tow hook, just in case you need it later pic.twitter.com/346uHfBuHB— Glastonbury Police (@Policeatglasto) June 26, 2016 Twitter users have reported that tractors have already been needed to pull cars out of mud. "Complete carnage at #Glastonbury. Unending queues, Camper Vans being towed on site by tractors one at a time. Car being sent away," wrote one user. Complete carnage at #Glastonbury. Unending queues, Camper Vans being towed on site by tractors one at a time. Car being sent away.— George Mann (@SGFMann) June 21, 2016
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Anohni has become the latest musician to respond with dismay to the UK's decision to leave the EU. In a searing 750-word Facebook post, the Mercury-Prize winning artist brands Brexit a "prison riot" that is "not the wisdom of the poor at work". "The legitimate frustrations compelling poor and working class people to vote 'leave' are not going to subside as a result of this catastrophe," Anohni argues. "It is exactly during the cover of a crisis such as Brexit that the richest get even richer and bury their spoils in some far away land, while the poor eat each other's faces. The grievances of England's abandoned working classes are going to become even more brutal as a result of Brexit." Anohni also argues that the EU is the "only international governing body capable of having any significant influence over the United States and its actions". "The crisis in the Middle East remains an infected wound that the US has tried to sew closed without cleaning," she writes later in the post. "The infection has now spread across Europe in the form of terrorism, fear, and a refugee crisis. Brexit is the latest casualty in 25 years of United States' criminal foreign policy, lack of accountability, and grotesque international negligence in the Middle East and neighboring states." Anohni concludes her post with a statement, then a question. "Until the world perceives justice has been done, no balance can ever be restored," she writes. "When will those responsible be held to account?" Read her full statement on Brexit here. Anohni adds her voice to a growing number of musicians who have expressed concerns over Brexit, including Damon Albarn, The 1975's Matt Healy and Zayn.
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
50 Cent was reportedly arrested during his Saturday night (June 25) concert on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts for using profanity on stage, a...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
On Friday (June 24), Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris released their collaborative track 'Hype' – the pair’s first song together since Dizzee featured on Here 2 China from Harris’ 2012 album '18 Months'. Appearing on the Capital London Breakfast Show on the same day (June 24), Dizzee Rascal opened up about the pair's relationship and what it's actually like to work with the producer. When asked who's featuring who, Dizzee replied: "We opted for a collaboration. Straight, me and him. Which at this point where he is in his life, and career, is a blessing." Getty Dizzee went on to explain what it's like working with Harris. "It's been 7 years, but ‘Dance Wiv Me’ and ‘Holiday’ are the tracks we did together and we never recorded those in a studio together. So this is the first track where we have sat together in the studio." The artist also revealed that Harris goes to the gym every day, stating that "everyday is leg day" for him. "Protein bars, everything," he laughed. When asked if he shares the same enthusiasm for working out, Dizzee replied, "I do. But I try not to think of it as leg day. I just go to the gym and get told what to do." Dizzee also discussed the Euros, giving the advice "big up England. If you cant handle Iceland…" to the England team.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
A group of Glastonbury attendees held a flash mob at the festival today (June 26) to show "solidarity" in the aftermath of the Brexit result. The event took place in the Park Field area of the Worthy Farm site at 5pm, with people forming the shape of a heart with 12 stars around it, to represent the EU flag. A poster for the flash mob read: "Come show your solidarity for the people of Europe and beyond." "The eyes of the world are on Glastonbury. Let's use the opportunity to promote unity and peace." News of the EU referendum results broke on the first day of the festival (June 23), with many of the artists referencing it during their performances. The 1975's Matt Healy described the decision as a "sentiment of anti-compassion". "This song is about compassion, and loving people, and I feel like as a young person I've got a responsibility to say something," he said ahead of 'Loving Someone'. "What do I know, I don't fucking know anything. I'm a popstar in a suit, but what I feel, and I know what a lot of people my age feel is that there's this sentiment of anti-compassion that's spread across an older generation and voted in a future that we don't fucking want." As the crowd cheered loudly with approval, he continued: "And like I said, I know, I'm a popstar, what do I know, but it is appropriate for me to say that because I'm here, because we're at Glastonbury, and Glastonbury stands for fucking everything that our generation fucking wants. "Compassion, social responsibility, unity, community, everything like that. Fucking loving people. And I think that when you stand on a stage like this, in front of so many obviously beautiful, intelligent people, it's difficult to say nothing. I love you, Glastonbury, thank you so much for coming to our set."
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
John Boyega is planning to work with Attack the Block director Joe Cornish on a new project. The Star Wars actor got his big break in Cornish's 2011 movie, after starring as lead character Moses. Attack the Block told the story of a teen gang in South London, led by Boyega, defend their block from an alien invasion. Boyega took to Twitter to tease a new project, writing: "Saw Joe Cornish the other day. Yes. We are brainstorming. #somethingnew" Saw Joe Cornish the other day. Yes. We are brainstorming. #somethingnew— John Boyega (@JohnBoyega) June 25, 2016 In 2011, Cornish discussed plans for a sequel, a US remake and a spin-off TV series for Attack the Block. Speaking of the potential sequel to Digital Spy, Cornish said that Boyega "has this image of a bigger alien attack on London, as if the attack we saw in Attack The Block was just the [first] wave and there's another wave of bigger creatures." "He described to me this image of Moses leading a whole army of hood kids across the Thames, next to the houses of Parliament," he continued. "So yeah it's really fun to think of stuff like that and what we could do." Boyega is currently working on Star Wars Episode VIII, Pacific Rim 2 and Kathryn Bigelow's movie about the Detroit riots.
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has purchased the Yellow Cloud electric guitar that Prince used in numerous concerts until the mid-1990s. Ringo...
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
New York's governor will ride alongside music icon Billy Joel in a statewide motorcycle ride to raise awareness about breast cancer before...
26 June, 2016 - RollingStone.com
50 Cent was reportedly arrested Saturday following a performance on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts after cursing onstage, which is prohibited by the nation's law. The rapper was booked on charges of profanity after dropping a "motherfuckin'" while performing his hit "P.I.M.P.," TMZ reports. The site added that 50 Cent's DJ...
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