Monthly Archives March 2013

Signed Copy of the Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Sells for $290,500 at Auction

March 31, 2013 Music

A signed copy of the Beatles' album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band sold at auction for $290500 on Saturday The final sale price far exceeded the $30000 originally estimated for the item and broke the previous record for similar sales The UK Parlophone copy of the album with high gloss...

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Jonas Brothers Take the Field With ‘Pom Poms’

March 31, 2013 Music

The Jonas Brothers descend on a high school football field and live it up in their new video for "Pom Poms" the first single off their forthcoming fifth studio album With a gospel choir fireworks a full marching band and an epic dance-off the clip really commits to the premise...

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Queens of the Stone Age Debut New Song at Lollapalooza Brazil

March 31, 2013 Music

Queens of the Stone Age made their first live appearance since 2011 on Saturday at Lollapalooza Brazil in Sao Paulo where they debuted a new song "My God is the Sun" The dark and heavy new track makes its way into the world a few months ahead of the band's...

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Kid Cudi Opens Up On College Tour

March 31, 2013 Music

Kid Cudi has never been your typical emcee "Day N' Nite" the rapper’s unexpected breakout hit a slurry confessional of lonely nights spent puffing the funny stuff became a surprise single of a party anthem thanks to remix treatment courtesy of since-disbanded Italian DJ duo Crookers Lost  amongst the hype however...

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Morrissey Releasing Concert Film of Hollywood High Performance

March 30, 2013 Music

Morrissey fans who missed out on seeing the singer after health issues forced him to cancel so many dates on his recent tour may have something to look forward to The fansite Morrissey-Solo unearthed the news that Morrissey's recent show at the auditorium of Hollywood High School will be turned...

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Producer Phil Ramone Dead at 72

March 30, 2013 Music

Phil Ramone the legendary music producer whose pioneering work with a host of stars including Bob Dylan Paul Simon Ray Charles and Billy Joel earned him the nickname "the Pope of Pop" died on Saturday at the age of 72 According to Billboard Ramone had been hospitalized in late February with an...

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Justin Bieber’s Monkey Quarantined in Germany

March 30, 2013 Music

Justin Bieber ran into some trouble at Munich airport on Thursday when customs officials detained and quarantined his monkey According to TMZ Bieber had recently been given the capuchin monkey as a pet by record producer Mally Mall Bieber apparently brought the monkey along to join him on the Austrian and...

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The Breeders Launch ‘Last Splash’ 20th Anniversary Tour in Brooklyn

March 30, 2013 Music

The mood inside Brooklyn’s Bell House on Friday night when the Breeders kicked off a 10-date North American tour for the 20th anniversary of their classic 1993 album Last Splash was nothing short of flip-out celebratory "Thanks for doing this!" a fan shouted prompting an uproarious applause that had singer-guitarist Kim...

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Tyler, the Creator Gets Dolled Up in ‘IHFY’ and ‘Jamba’

March 29, 2013 Music

Tyler the Creator pulls double duty in his latest video combining two tracks from his long-awaited new album Wolf the Pharrell-guesting "IFHY" and the Hodgy Beats-assisted "Jamba" In "IFHY" the Odd Future honcho gets cut down to doll-size as he spits heart-ravaged verses and fights a miniature mate throughout their...

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Willie Nelson on Gay Marriage: ‘It’s About Human Rights’

March 29, 2013 Music

Willie Nelson is leaving no room for doubt about his stance on same-sex marriage "It's ridiculous to me that this is something we're having a conversation about in this day and age"  Nelson told Texas Monthly recently adding that he has been closely following the two Supreme Court hearings...

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