How does Australian heartthrob and September You Oughta Know artist Vance Joy navigate through the mean streets of Manhattan? Pretty well actually if judging by the photographic evidence. Don’t believe us? Click through the gallery to see for yourself as the singer-songwriter does press and catches up with Top 20 Countdown host Jim Shearer!
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Besides being a totally cool, up and coming singer-songwriter, September You Oughta Know artist Vance Joy is one of many awesome musicians that hail from the “Land Down Under” A.K.A. Australia. But how well does he really know his native land? VH1 News correspondent Ellie Lee puts the singer to the test by quizzing him about all things Aussie. Read more…
Acoustic loving Australian Vance Joy is September’s VH1 You Oughta Know artist! Find out why he thinks kangaroos are cool but still creepy and what advice he has for aspiring musicians. Check back all month long to see exclusive interviews and videos with Vance Joy at VH1’s You Oughta Know.
On a recent trip to Los Angeles, Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino of the band A Great Big World took a spin downtown to visit the most inspiring places L.A. has to offer. With the help of Toyota, the group made stops at L.A.’s Chinatown to grab some food, walked the L.A. River (made famous by the movie Grease), and ended at the Orpheum Theater, the gorgeous restored movie palace.
It’s the start of a new month, which means that we have a brand new You Oughta Know musician that we’d love for you to meet. Today we’re pleased to introduce Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy as September’s honorary YOK. You can learn the personal stats on him later this month, but for now we’ll just let his music do the talking. That’s right, we have his upcoming debut album Dream Your Life Away, available now for exclusive streaming! The album isn’t due out until next Tuesday, September 9th, but you can listen here (for free) until then.
What’s it like to spend a day hanging out in New York City with Jack Antonoff and Bleachers? Head up to the gallery above and find out!
Bleachers, this month’s You Oughta Know artist, channeled the spirit of the `80s for the band’s debut LP, Strange Desire. Given that the band’s founder, Jack Antonoff, is so fond of the decade he was born, VH1 decided to challenge him to a little quiz.
Last week on VH1 was all about the best years in music, birthdays and video vixens. We took a look back at the best music that came from the 90’s, Halle Berry turned 48, male video vixens got the spotlight and more.
Top 20 Countdown host Jim Shearer was joined by the four brothers that make up the South African alternative rock band KONGOS and today’s chat was all about video vixens. Since Video Vixen month is in full swing, it was only right that Johnny, Jesse, Daniel and Dylan revealed who made it on their list of favorite vixens. From “Wicked Game” Helena Christensen to “Blurred Lines” Emily Ratajkowski, the list of vixens go from hot to hotter. Plus, did someone mention Katy Perry in “Dark Horse”?