20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Admittedly, Taylor Swift’s experience of moving to New York is probably a bit different than those of us out-of-staters who have had to make the post...
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Sia Faces ForwardAustralian singer-songwriter Sia (Furler) didn't turn her back on Joni Mitchell when she honored the Laurel Canyon icon at the...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
New Found Glory's Chad Gilbert talks about growing up and growing stronger, the evolution of pop-punk, and more on Resurrection, the band's eighth album.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
FSU's marching band performed the most perfect rendition of Beyonce's "Single Ladies" during the Notre Dame game. Watch the video here!
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Apple beat expectations by reporting Monday that it earned $1.42 per share in its fiscal fiscal fourth-quarter on revenue of $42 billion. Wall Street...
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
It's safe to say that back in 2012, Jimi Westbrook and Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town had no idea how the success of "Pontoon" was about to...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Cam'ron gives a preview of his new emojis, dropping in early November.
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
With his new LP Otherness out Oct. 14 (Mom + Pop), Adam Bainbridge, the 32-year-old Brit with the one-word moniker, has become an in-demand...
Music Monday (10/20): This Week's New Albums + Videos
20 October, 2014 - Yahoo.com
Our guide to this week's album releases also features streams of upcoming tracks and albums from The Flaming Lips, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, and more. Plus, catch up on the week's music news, and watch new music videos from artists like Sleater-Kinney, Shabazz Palaces, Foxygen, and Thurston Moore. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
In advance two Wings reissues – Venus and Mars and At The Speed Of Sound in November – Paul McCartney took to Twitter to answer questions from fans...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Jason Derulo said that he will '100 percent' be writing songs about his recent breakup with Jordin Sparks.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
The stars of "Gotham" reveal that heroes - and not just villains - are coming to Gotham City.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
11 iconic horror movie posters in minimalist form.
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
In honor of Tom Petty's 64th birthday, we're revisiting some of his hits! "Don't Come Around Here No More" It's been documented that the inspiration...
20 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
John Holt, one of Jamaica's most well-loved vocalists, died early Sunday morning in London at the age of 67. His death was confirmed by his manager Copeland Forbes via the Jamaica Observer. Holt, who was initially known for his career with the Paragons in the rocksteady era of the 1960s, had 40 albums under his belt alongside his reputation for strong live performances. Diplo's Dancehall Reggae Primer: 10 Essential Tracks As a pre-teen, Holt was tremendously successful at local talent competitions in his native Kingston, quickly drawing the attention of equally legendary Jamaican singer and songwriter Bob Andy. Andy had begun performing as a duo with Tyrone Evans just after independence in 1962. Deciding that the field was flooded with strong twosomes, Andy and Evans decided to reach out to some potential singers, including Holt, that would eventually become The Paragons. Holt's voice was "a velveted tone like Nat King Cole," Andy tells Rolling Stone, and was just the thing for the mimicking of American and English hits popular in Jamaica at the time. "We became a national household name without having a recording," recalls Andy. With songs including the Holt-penned "Ali Baba," "Wear You to the Ball" and "I See Your Face," the Paragons rose to fame, becoming one of the top groups in Jamaican music. Also recording on his own with the legendary producers of the time, Coxsone Dodd and Duke Reid, Holt had numerous hits throughout the 1960s. In 1967, however, the Paragons released the Holt-written "The Tide is High." The B-side tune was popular in Jamaica, but ended up both a UK and US number one in 1980 after Blondie covered the song for their fifth album Autoamerican. Truly the voice of the Paragons, Holt continued his fame after leaving the group in 1970. His 1973 album Stick by Me was a hit, as well as his series of unique covers of well-known pop songs, 1,000 Volts of Holt. Holt demonstrated talent for roots reggae in the 1980s, making "Police in Helicopter" a 1983 hit while continuing to steadily tour. He was also the first Jamaican artist, alongside fellow singer Freddy McGregor, to perform with London's Royal Symphony Orchestra.   More than anything, Holt will be remembered for his unmistakable tone. "He was a balladeer singing popular, uptempo music," Andy says. "He had such a naturally good voice that he didn't need to push the envelope. He has the most unique balladeer voice in Jamaican music. Across the board, he was the voice of our era." Related Beres Hammond Strikes Reggae Gold at 57 Damian Marley to Set Sail with Jamrock Reggae Cruise Reggae Pioneer Wayne Smith Dead at 48
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Now that Starbucks has changed its employee dress code, these Starbucks super-fans can finally display their Green Siren body art.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
MTV offers up some basic concert etiquette tips in preparation for CMJ.
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Record Store Day 2015 won’t be here until April 18, but plenty of collectible vinyl exclusives are just around the corner. Record Store Day just...
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Performing over the weekend in Chicago, Kelly Clarkson decided to bring her formidable voice to bear on a cover of Sam Smith's "Stay With Me." "I...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Things are getting really interesting in MTV’s Homecoming King and Queen Bracket. You guys have been furiously voting for your favorite celebs in the second round, but now that it’s come to a close, we have to say goodbye to some of our most-admired stars. If you’re not sitting down, then you probably should because... Read more »
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Taylor Bennett, brother to Chance the Rapper, turned himself into police and is now facing an aggravated battery charge.
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