All Aaron Carter wants for Christmas is Hilary Duff. Earlier this year he posted a series of not-so-subtle tweets mourning the loss of their relationship, which has been over for more than a decade. Duff commented that she was a smidge uncomfortable about the whole thing, but that hasn’t stopped him from continuing to pine for her via social media. We’re all for fairy tale endings, but these latest tweets make us want to put our arm around his shoulder and tell him, “It’s over, man. Let it go.”
Looks like we may have to wait even longer for Tha Carter V, and Lil Wanye is NOT happy about it. The rapper unleashed a multi-Tweet tirade on social media yesterday accusing Cash Money Records of refusing to release the long-awaited album—and it got even uglier from there. He called himself a “prisoner” and says that he wants off the label, which has been his home for nearly two decades.
News Flash: Axl Rose is still alive! And our source is pretty legit— it’s Axl himself. The Guns N’ Roses frontman took to Twitter last night to respond to a death hoax that was running wild on the internet. Being presumed dead can be hard on a man’s swag, but Axl’s response was pretty damn funny.
Let’s be real with ourselves for a minute— “Bang Bang” is probably the greatest pop tracks of the year (if not of all time). So the energy was already running high when Jessie J belted those first high notes during a concert in San Jose last night. But the singer took things to a different level when she brought out Demi Lovato to take Ariana Grande‘s verse on the hit song.
It may sound like fun to perform a concert while lingerie models parade around, but it’s not without hazards. Ariana Grande learned this the hard way yesterday when she had a close call at the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show!
Make sure you save room after your Thanksgiving dinner for a heaping helping of rock, because Eric Clapton‘s Planes, Trains and Eric gets it’s television premiere tonight at 8 PM on Palladia and VH1 Classic. Recently released on DVD, the David Maxwell concert film follows Slowhand and his band on a recent tour of Asia.
Perhaps the most tantalizing period in Bob Dylan‘s fabled history is his self-imposed exile while recovering from a motorcycle accident in late 1966. For nearly a year, the folk-rock icon holed up in the cellar of a large pink house in West Saugerties, New York (later immortalized as “Big Pink”) with future members of The Band to write and record music that scholars among his best. Unfortunately for fans, it would go largely unheard for decades. After years of bootlegging, the first fruits of this quietly prolific time saw light of day on The Basement Tapes in 1975— but’s only a fraction of the story. More music from those sessions have since been released, culminating with this year’s The Complete Basement Tapes, which has lead many to believe that the well had finally run dry. Until now.
Have you been bummed out for the last six months because you missed out on going to Bonnaroo? Well fret no more, because were are serving you up A Very Bonnaroo Thanksgiving! Tune in to VH1 at 9pm ET/8pm CT this turkey day (November 27th) to watch the very best performances from past years. With sets from artists like Paul McCartney, Arcade Fire, Elton John, Metallica, Mumford & Sons, and Jack White, it’s pretty much like every Bonnaroo headliner rolled into one giant blazing show. No stems or seeds, folks—this is gonna be some good stuff. We don’t want to spoil your appetite before the big day, but here’s Pearl Jam performing their classic “Better Man” just to give you a little taste. Read more…
Mary Lambert proudly rep’d her November artist of the month status during last night’s You Oughta Know Live In Concert television event. Delivering a flawless (and operatic) performance of her hit “Secrets” on live TV can’t be easy, especially considering the fact that she was hurt! Lambert was nursing a neck injury, but still managed to sing it AND shake it.