Page Too Report for 11/28/2017
One video depicts Hubbard, still loopy from pain medication, suggesting that he's going to try and play a show. As his nurse looks on, she advises otherwise. "I don't think it'd be showtime today," she says. "You would give a show, let me tell you. There would be a show."
Hubbard then admitted that it felt like he drank an entire bottle of Old Camp Whiskey after surgery before he explained the reason he was in the hospital. "On a real note, I am so thankful to have my back fixed and on its way to being 100% again.. I've been dealing with this for years and tried everything to avoid surgery but I'm so glad It's over in case you can't tell by the smile on my face," he wrote. "Now I start the hardest part for me…. laying around the house and trying to be still until recovery is over." Read morehere.
The comments were met with swift condemnation and an interviewer at The Times asked him to clarify. Morrissey didn't exactly back down from his original statement.
"You must be careful as far as 'sexual harassment' is concerned because often it can be just a pathetic attempt at courtship," he said. 'I'm sure it's horrific, but we have to keep everything in proportion. Do you not agree? I have never been sexually harassed, I might add." Read morehere.
"New single 'Miss You' will be out this Friday with a performance on the @thexfactor final on the Saturday ! Can't wait for this one !" he wrote in the social media posting.
One fan captured Tomlinson performing the track at a recent concert in Manchester. In the bass-heavy pop-funk jam Tomlinson sings about a night out, drinking a few pints with friends during a night that should be fun. Then, when the revelry ends he realizes his heart is still empty.
"We're dancing on tables," he sings. "With all of my people/ And it couldn't get better they say/ We're singing 'til last call and it's all out of tune/ Should be laughing but there's something wrong/ And it hits you when the lights go on / S—, maybe I miss you." Watch Tomlinson's performance of "Miss You"here.
"The music we just made? It's gonna put him on another plateau," Timbaland told Rolling Stone regarding Timberlake's new album, which has yet to receive a title or release date.
Timbaland also went on to discuss how he overcame a crippling addiction to Oxycontin, revealing a newfound commitment to making music. Read about thathere.
Streetlights on Mars is about a feeling of disorientation-not knowing where you're going but loving the ride. I was living in New York but came to Los Angeles for a wedding where I met a girl who I fell in love with. Between the overwhelming feelings I had when I saw her and the few too many drinks I consumed that night, I was extremely disoriented. When you're in love, or just present in life, the most mundane things can feel surreal. That night the streetlights on Main St looked like streetlights on Mars. That disorientation lasted for months, and still hasn't faded. I hope it never does.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourselfright here!
The benefit concert at Terminal 5 on Wednesday, November 29 in New York City aims to create national recognition and thanks to United States military, veterans and their loved ones, and will raise funds for the high impact charities that support them.
Adkins will return to the "Today Show" on Tuesday to speak to Megyn Kelly about the all-star event and his continuing support for U.S. military and veterans, reflected in his current single, "Still A Soldier."
Adkins will co-host Guitar Legends For Heroes the next day alongside Sirius XM's Eddie Trunk, with special performances by Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) and Orianthi, Dave Navarro (Jane's Addiction), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Nancy Wilson (Heart), Sam Moore (Sam and Dave), Lindsey Ell, Robert Randolph and Joe Don Rooney (Rascal Flatts). Portions of ticket proceeds will go to charities including include Headstrong, Psych Armor, The Elizabeth Dole Foundation, Hope For The Warriors and Warrior Canine Connection, and Operation Finally Home.
"We all go through more of the same experiences than we realize and songwriting is a process of observing those moments," lead singer Brandon Lancaster in a press statement. "Our stories have different people, different names, different places, but they all have the same emotions attached to them. It's not fantasy-related. To me, this album is about glorifying the reality of life."
Hallelujah Nights is available for a limited edition pre-order bundle here. The album goes up for pre-order at all retail partners beginning on Dec. 1. See the full tracklisthere.
"This Thanksgiving I thought a lot about all the blessings I have: my family, my friends and extended family, and also I thought of all the little monsters who come to our show," Gaga posted to Twitter.
She added, "I am so grateful for you and the love you share w/me and each other." See the posthere.
Cardi's currently touring the world but the rapper has more new music up her sleeve. During a concert in the Netherlands, Cardi shared a snippet of a new lyrically explicit song.
"Who get this motherf—– started? (Cardi)/Who took your b—- out to party? (Cardi)," she raps. "Who is it thick in the cut? (Cardi)/Who got the bricks in the truck? (Cardi)/Them diamonds gon' hit like a b—- on a b—- a– b—-/B—-, you a wanna be Cardi."
Cardi shared clips of the live debut on Instagram. Her next single is due early next month, reports XXL. Listen to Cardi's new songhere.
The tour kicks off Feb. 15 in Allentown, PA, and will feature Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina as the opening acts. The announcement comes after Swindell previously revealed a short run of January tour dates for 2018.
"I am excited to be able to take everything I have learned while on the road the last four years watching all that Luke (Bryan), Jason (Aldean), Kenny (Chesney), Dierks (Bentley), Tyler (Hubbard) and Brian (Kelley) did as headliners." Swindell said in a press statement, referencing the country superstars he's opened for over the years. "Everything from how they treat their fans, their high-energy performances, to how they treated EVERYONE on the tour. They were great examples of how much work it takes for a successful tour. I can honestly say I've learned from the very best in the business. I'm ready to get out there with two of my friends, Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina. Start to finish, it's going to be an amazing show and we're ready to share it with you all." See the dateshere.
While Mars was the crowned victor, the night was a good one for Sisters With Voices who were honored with the Soul Train Lady of Soul award. It was the first award SWV received in their 25-year career.
Other highlights included Toni Braxton, the night's Don Cornelius Legend Award winner, and her mesmerizing medley of 'He Wasn't Man Enough for Me," 'You're Making Me High" and 'Love Shoulda Brought You Home" as well as Keyshia Cole's performance of 'Incapable." See the complete winners list from the 2017 BET Soul Train Awardshere.
Ellie Richardson is a bartender at the brothers' sports bar, Lachey's, in the city's Over-The-Rhine neighborhood. The shooting happened around 3 a.m. Thursday on the 1200 block of Walnut Street as Richardson was leaving work (via Cincinnati.com).
The altercation was initiated when Richardson was almost hit by a passing van while crossing the street. Richardson and the van driver exchanged words when she was shot in the face, sustaining non-life-threatening injuries.
"She's in stable condition, but it's still unclear how long she'll be in the hospital and what her recovery process will entail," reads a crowdfunding page launched for Richardson, the mother of a three-year-old son. "Funds from this campaign will go toward her medical expenses and help support her and her family until she's back on her feet." Read morehere.
"We were listening to the album and going through and trying to understand what we could add [that] was tasteful but didn't really dilute it too much," Miguel told Zane Lowe of Beats 1. "Cole is always the perfect person to collaborate with."
The track features smooth beats and memorable vocals from J. Cole, transforming the new version of "Come Through and Chill" into a catchy earworm. This isn't the first time the two artists have collaborated. Miguel and J. Cole joined forces in 2010 for Cole's 2010 release "All I Want Is You." Check out the reworked "Come Through and Chill"here.
The music was accompanied by video footage of Ocean constructing a flight of stairs that metaphorically took him to a new level of sound.Now, Ocean is offering vinyl and CD versions of the Endless on his website blonded.co.
Fans can buy the vinyl for $35 or the CD and DVD package for $25. There's also a VHS version for anyone who still owns a video tape recorder. That one's $17.99, and Ocean is selling two double-sided posters for $30 each. Read morehere.
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