The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

by Fuzzy Gerdes Fantastic Wall Worldwide Music Academy Concert Series – A Deal with for Lovers of Classical Music The Excellent Wall International Music Academy is a summer time undertaking that was More »

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

by wallyg Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’ “Sugarland” is probably the most utilitarian band name of all-time. It’s this kind of a non-descriptive appellation that it provides no hint to the band’s musical More »

Entertainment Arab Style

Entertainment Arab Style

by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Enjoyment Arab Style The Arab globe is identified for its wealthy culture and heritage. The men and women, cuisine and artwork have a special touch. Arab More »

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

by Chris Devers Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour Jennifer Hudson’s comeback continues soon after the singer endured the tragic death of her mother, brother and nephew at her More »

 

Motley Crue's Tommy Lee + Nikki Sixx Spent Today in a Studio With Bob Rock

Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx spent at least part of today in a recording studio with Dr. Feelgood producer Bob Rock, according to a photo and video posted on their social media accounts. “It’s that new shit!!!!,” reads Lee’s caption on his Instagram photo of the trio, while the one posted to the

Advance Base shares the Origins of lovely, reflective new song, “Your Dog”: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature that tasks an artist with revealing the inspirations that led to their latest song. Advance Base’s Owen Ashworth (formerly of  Casiotone for the Painfully Alone) writes lyrics so intimate and empathetic that you’d be forgiven for thinking him a confessional songwriter. However, he’s quick to point out that the majority

“Weird Al” Yankovic receives Hollywood Walk of Fame star: Watch

“Weird Al” Yankovic received his Hollywood Walk of Fame star on Monday. The hour-long ceremony took place in Los Angeles, across from the famous TCL Chinese Theatres, and featured glowing speeches from actor Thomas Lennon, veteran radio broadcaster Dr. Demento, and Mitch O’Farrell, a member of the local City Council. Known for his ingenious, Grammy-winning parody

'I Was Just Really F—ed Up Back Then': The Album Jerry Cantrell Can't Revisit Yet

Jerry Cantrell revealed that Metallica’s Robert Trujillo and Faith No More’s Mike Bordin have been asking him to arrange a tour around Degradation Trip, his 2002 solo album on which they both played. He also revealed he had an uncomfortable relationship with the work. “I was just really fucked up back then to be honest

Listen to Thom Yorke's Debut as Film Composer

Radiohead singer Thom Yorke’s debut as a film composer can be heard in the trailer for the remake of the horror movie Suspiria. The film stars Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton and Chloe Grace Moretz and tells the story of a dance student who begins to realize that her school plays host to a coven of witches. Variety

Sammy Hagar Recalls Playing First Van Halen Song to Record Label Bosses

Sammy Hagar recalled the moment when his version of the Van Halen lineup played their first complete song to the record-label bosses. There was a certain amount of tension around the 1985 incident following Hagar’s replacing of David Lee Roth. “‘Why Can’t This Be Love’ is the first song we played for everyone that we’d kind of finished,”

Billy Joel Pays Tribute to Aretha Franklin, Welcomes Bryan Adams

Billy Joel performed one Aretha Franklin’s most famous songs, “Respect,” as a tribute during his concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden last night. And in keeping with his tradition of welcoming guests to the stage, Bryan Adams sat in for the encore. Video of “Respect” hasn’t surfaced, but Digital Journal noted that Joel turned the