You Oughta Know artist George Ezra’s voice is enough to make you drop your panties, but it helps that he’s easy on the eyes, too. Check out some of the pictures from Ezra’s photo shoot in our studios, and take note of him skillfully taking a selfie with host Ellie Lee. Happy belated Valentine’s Day to you, ladies.
The VH1 + Papa John’s Super Bowl Blitz: A Concert For The Troops maybe over, but the pre-game party for Super Bowl weekend isn’t stopping. How do you follow up one of the biggest events of 2015? Watch it again, duh. Relive Charli XCX pumping up the crowd to “Boom Clap,” and Fall Out Boy rock out to their new hit “Centuries” and more.
Still recovering from VH1’s Storytellers featuring Ed Sheeran from over the weekend?! So are we, but how can we move on with life after watching one of the greatest nights in music with our favorite red headed musician? It’ll be tough, but luckily we have photos and video of every single amazing moment from the show.
You Oughta Know artist Ella Henderson has become music’s “it” girl ever since her song “Ghost” shot up the charts. Now you can find this young UK diva out and about playing shows for hundreds of fans. Life comes at you fast when you’re this talented.
This month’s You Oughta Know artist Hozier has been dominating music and television. His critically acclaimed single “Take Me To Church” has earned him his first Grammy nomination and the number one spot on Spotify’s global chart. He’s also performed on the iconic Saturday Night Live and Victoria Secret’s Fashion Show stages, and recently sold out New York City’s famous Irving Plaza Venue.
What happens when a Backstreet Boy and a New Kid On The Block join forces? You get Nick & Knight, the smoldering pop duo back to make your wildest ’90s fantasies come true. Check out Nick Carter and Jordan Knight back in action on stage and in the spotlight in our latest Music Seen.
Talk about having great family genes! The kids in this month’s You Oughta Know band, Echosmith, are one photogenic bunch. As if that weren’t enough, they have great personalities, too! They don’t want to be like the cool kids, they are the cool kids! And lucky us, we got to spend the entire day with them.
Last week, VH1 Save The Music Foundation held the Noteworthy benefit concert to bring awareness to the organization’s goals of implementing and restoring music education programs for kids throughout the United States. If you couldn’t travel to Napa for Noteworthy, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered.