Rock ‘n’ roll is built on uncontrolled rebellion, passion, and spontaneity. So in other words, it’s not really made for the confines of live television. And that’s what makes it so great when bands perform live on the small screen…you never know WHAT kind of madness might happen! Check out the 10 most outrageous live TV performances in rock history.
We know celebrities like to party, but these guys take drinking to a whole different level. Their own level. That’s right: Fergie, Justin Timberlake, Lil Jon and Pharrell Williams are just four of the many musicians who’ve taken liquor and wine into their own hands and launched their own products. So get into the spirit of things (literally) and check out our gallery of 15 Musicians With Their Own Alcohol Brands.
Is it 2000 all over again? After days of speculation, all five members of TRL all-stars *NSync took the stage at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, proving they haven’t lost a step of that memorable choreography. Read more…
The summertime always makes us feel lusty and libidinous (we’re convinced it’s because everyone’s half-naked). In any event, even the hottest hookup moments are made friskier by the perf soundtrack — and here, we’ve rounded up our top twenty-five most aurally erotic tunes on the planet. From tried-and-true gems like Kings of Leon’s “Sex on Fire” to new school scorchers like Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice,” we swear these jams will have you winning.
Justin Timberlake has dropped the video for his single “Take Back The Night,” a song from the second part of his 20/20 Experience album. We already knew the dance-friendly track was funky, but JT ups the ante by taking us on a smooth voyage through New York City.
If you’ve seen footage from Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z‘s Wireless Festival performance, you’re likely prepared for the duo to trade verses and dance around overzealous band members (not that we’re complaining!) on their upcoming tour. As Hov and JT officially kick off Legends of the Summer in Toronto tonight, we’re taking the time to relive some of the greatest live treks featuring at least two big-time acts, including those that ended in feuds, record-setting ticket sales, and, welp, divorce.