Sony gave freedom-loving fans of badly-reviewed comedy films a major Christmas gift this holiday by making the beleaguered film The Interview available not only in select theaters, but on various online streaming services.
Anyone who tuned out their family and tuned in The Interview on Xmas day was treated to an Eminem cameo where the rapper — who is frequently accused of homophobia for using the very bad f-word consistently — comes out as gay.
Founded in 2006 in New York City, Dubspot has already established itself as an internationally recognized mecca for electronic music production and DJ instruction. Its ascent is due in part thanks to accessibility, a community-based philosophy and an internationally sourced cadre of instructors that includes Harvard grads, Grammy nominees and DMC champions alike — all in the thick of their careers and aware of the breakneck pace at which today's musicians must function.
The Weeknd has released a song from the forthcoming Fifty Shades of Grey film soundtrack.
"Earned It" is a — surprise! — sexy waltz to really show how much you care. "Cause, girl, you’re perfect/ You’re always worth it/ And you deserve this/ The way you work it/ ‘Cause, girl, you earned it."
One Direction has gifted another early Christmas present to fans with a yuletide-themed slot on Monday's Tonight Show.
The boy band teamed with Jimmy Fallon and the Roots to perform "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town." But this is Fallon's show, and these are Fallon's rules — which meant everyone played along with kids' classroom instruments.
Justin Timberlake surprised his screaming fans in Nashville when he brought Garth Brooks out to join him onstage Friday.
He started out by singing a cover of Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" before he stopped himself and said, "Hold on now. Something don't feel right. Something don't feel right, Nashville." As the crowd began cheering wildly, Timberlake added, "I mean, if you're going to do this — Garth?"
Sir Paul McCartney is 72, and only the wrinkles give his years away.
Interviewed recently at his midtown Manhattan office suite, he seems as boyish and light-footed as he was on stage decades ago for The Ed Sullivan Show, his manner informal, his build slender and well suited for jeans and a form-fitting sweater. He's so young in his thoughts that he will dismiss the idea of a memoir as a project for his 70s, catch himself, and dismiss a book again as if time were still a distant bother.
AdamLambert always maintained that in his role as touring frontman for Queen, he wasn't emulating the late Freddie Mercury. But when it comes to vocal skills, the American Idol season-eight star can more than hold his own, said Queen guitarist BrianMay in a recent interview, noting that there are some things Lambert brings that even Mercury couldn’t do live.
When Incubus appeared at night-one of KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Xmas this past Saturday, it marked the band’s first proper public show in a year.
The reason for the band’s absence from the live circuit is they’ve been heavily immersed in recording, which has gone well. Very well. “The recording has been fantastic, guitarist Mike Einziger told Billboard. "It’s been amazing,”
Brantley Gilbert, Ella Henderson, Nick Jonas,Nico & Vinz and Train are set to perform at the Billboard Hollywood Party on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2015.
Fergie hosts the Billboard Hollywood Party and also performs along with previously announced performers Iggy Azalea, Bastille, Charli XCX, Jason Derulo, One Direction, Pentatonix, Rixton and Meghan Trainor.