Lea Michele officially becomes a pop star with an appearance on Big Morning Buzz Live, Aretha Franklin finds out the president has a unique sense of “Respect,” and Ed Sheeran takes a page from Taylor Swift‘s book.
Each week That Metal Show interviews your favorite musicians from the world’s of hard rock and heavy metal and each week That Metal Gear interviews your favorite TMS guests to find out how they got started on their instruments, who their favorite players are what gear they’re playing. This week we caught up with classic rock king of tone, Leslie West of Mountain. Since climbing to fame on the back of such essential slabs of hard rock as “Blood of The Sun,” “Mississippi Queen,” “Never in My Life” and “Don’t Look Around,” fans have been agog in appreciation of his rich, creamy guitar tone and exquisitely tasteful solos. And as someone who’s history goes all the way back to seminal ‘60s garage punks The Vagrants not to mention appearing at a little concert you may have heard of called Woodstock, Leslie’s got amazing stories about his life in rock n’roll. Read more…
Glee star Lea Michele is the latest television actor to release original music. We’ve been down this road with our favorite TV stars before, but working on a show so heavily rooted in performance, and having Broadway experience, makes her one of the best-suited actors to step into the booth. Her songs have already hit the top of the charts; now it’s up to Lea and her collaborators to create some original smash hits.
Let’s get one thing straight: You do NOT mess with Beyonce! She will slice you down with a side-eye so strong your grandchildren will feel it. Hey, she’s not the Queen for nothin’. The lovely, beautiful and talented Mrs. Carter is adored around the world for her music and good deeds, but she’s not afraid to be tough as nails every now and again. We’ve collected 10 of our very favorite diva-tastic moments from over the years. So now, without further ado, here are Beyonce’s shadiest moments!
This Saturday one of the legends of American hard rock and heavy metal makes his That Metal Show debut. Ed, Don and Jim are very proud to welcome Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars! Find out about the band’s upcoming final tour and why Mick swears it will really be their last tour ever. The show is a celebration of all things Mötley as the boys discuss their favorite Crüe songs and argue about which is their most crucial album in the weekly “Throw Down.” And in case you were worried the show couldn’t rock any harder, well breathe easy, because Cinderella singer and solo artist Tom Keifer is this week’s TMS musical guest. Peep pics of this week’s show and tune in to VH1 Classic Saturday night at 11/10C to watch the whole show!
School is in session. ScHoolboy Q tops this week’s albums chart with his album Oxymoron, leading a week full of debuts. Elsewhere, Pharrell Williams’ ”Happy” continues to dance circles around the singles chart. That and more in this week’s SoundScanner report, so read on:
Michael Jackson tragically passed away back in 2009, and the past five years have yielded plenty of pretenders to the King of Pop’s throne. But 31-year-old Brandon Howard’s case is different. He claims to have irrufitable evidence that he is MJ’s son!