Archives Wednesday, March 26, 2014
On Saturday, March 22nd, Big Morning Buzz Live host and 98 Degrees frontman Nick Lachey partnered with VH1 to give young students a chance to explore their love of music. The network hosted its third annual VH1 Save The Music Foundation Family Day at New York City’s The Anderson School, PS 334. A father himself, Lachey spent the day traveling the halls of PS 334, meeting students and taking hundreds of pictures with fans of all ages. Lachey even had the chance to re-explore his love of the saxophone, an instrument he hasn’t played in nearly 20 years.
Regis Philbin is a broadcasting legend thanks to his long-time hosting gigs on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Live! With Regis and Kelly. He’s holds a Guinness World Record for spending more time in front of the camera than any other man, but now he’s about make a leap into a different kind of media. Ladies and gentleman, Wu-Tang Clan is about to get a brand new (and very old) member!
On Big Morning Buzz Live, host Nick Lachey and special guest Regis Philbin provided Vanessa Minnillo with special treat. She was the unsuspecting honoree of a duet by the two singers. The whole thing was prompted by a fan who asked if the two men would ever sing together and, of course, Philbin being the showman that he is jumped on the idea. But they couldn’t possibly sing a duet to each other so they found Nick Lachey’s wife, who happened to be in the audience with their son Camden. After she handed off her adorable son, she took center stage and tried hard not to swoon. Watch their performance of Frank Sinatra’s “It Had To Be You” above.
Today marks the 66th birthday of one of rock’s truest free spirits and greatest frontmen, born in New York City as Steven Victor Tallarico but better known to us all as Steven Tyler of legendary Boston hard rockers Aerosmith.
Fashion is all about taking risks, friends. And owning the right kind of stain removers.
Palladia is airing Soundgarden’s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, April 2 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of these ragers rocking their faces off with the hit “Rusty Cage” — hope you got your tetanus shot. Despite the name, this song is anything but rusty. These grunge originators who rose from the city of Seattle have their style down to a science. They’re loud, proud and would probably scare your grandmother – but they’re okay with that. With Grammy Awards for singles “Blackhole Sun” and “Spoonman” under their belt, they’re confident they’ve got a good thing going. And we’re pretty confident ourselves.
Everyone knows that having sex for the first time is pretty much the most important moment of your life. Hahaha, jkkk y’all. It’s usually pretty awkward and hilarious and (occasionally) humiliating. Or so we’ve heard. But that hasn’t stopped it the being romanticized in tons of classic songs over the years! Usually in a way that thoroughly creeps us out…From Rod Stewart to AC/DC, Lyfe Jennings and the great Vanessa Carlton, you’ll never forget THESE musical first times.