Baixo created the new clip featuring Ricky Martin's hit song mashed up with Slipknot live footage to create a viral video that has already been seen by over 220,000 people.
Seriously, the amount of effort put into syncing this is nothing short of impressive and Slipknot Corey Taylor's dance is just brilliant. Check out the video here.
To reassure her fans, she said she would be back. "I can't wait to get healthy and see y'all back on the road soon," she said. "I hate canceling…And I am truly sorry to my fans that have been excited to see this show."
According to Clarkson the ticket sales will be refunded at point of purchase for the shows which include Vienna, Virginia; Tampa, Florida; West Palm Beach, Florida; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Camden, New Jersey.
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Alki David's Hologram USA will create the hologram with the help and approval of the Whitney Houston Estate. His FilmOn Studios will create the content as well as distribute via FilmOn.com and syndicate to digital outlets online, on satellite and cable. The live show will open at a major U.S. venue and tour the world.
"I was heartbroken when Whitney passed away in 2012," says Alki David, CEO of Hologram USA and FilmOn. "The opportunity to help share her spectacular gifts with the world again is exactly what I hoped for when I built the hologram business. We've got technology that's causing a seismic shift in the entertainment industry, and a wonderful partnership with Pat Houston and the estate-‐-‐-‐ I'm confident we'll create the ultimate celebration of Whitney's amazing artistry."
Pat Houston, President of the Whitney Houston Estate, said "It's a great opportunity for her fans to see a reinvention of one the most celebrated female artists in history and to continue a legacy of performances that will not be forgotten in years to come. I look forward to the partnership."
The show, created by FilmOn Studios will feature a selection of her greatest hits and will be interactive, incorporating audiences and special guests.
Hologram USA owns the exclusive North American patent to the technology that creates the only life-‐like HD holograms. It recently announced a partnership with the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem that make it the first U.S. venue with a long term hologram stage and will create hologram performances around the venue's historic entertainers. The first will be Billie Holiday in late 2015.
"Our online audience which now exceeds over 75 Million monthly viewers across the world is hungry for this type of unique content," said David. "Whitney speaks to all ages. She is truly the most powerful voice we could have hoped for reach across the millennials and Generation X."
"'Today' was one of the ones that Phil [Manzanera] put together from two or three pieces of music of mine that I had sort of ignored," says Gilmour. "He's very good at finding them and saying, 'that's great, you should it … and how about using it with that piece and that piece.' So he mocked that one up. It's a gift."
Due September 18, the 10-track set delivers five tunes with lyrics by the Pink Floyd guitarist's wife, author Polly Samson, and two by Gilmour alongside three instrumentals.
Gilmour performed a warm-up show for his upcoming world tour in support of "Rattle That Lock" in Brighton, UK on September 5. Stream the song here.
Dodge and Burn will be their first album in five years. Of course in the time since the band members have kept busy: drummer and leader Jack White has released two solo albums and toured, singer Alison Mosshart has worked with her main band the Kills, bassist Jack Lawrence has worked with his band the Greenhornes and guitarist/keyboardist Dean Fertita has played with Queens of the Stone Age.
Dead Weather won't be touring the promote the album - Jack White recently said he wants to take a long break from touring - but they will be performing Monday night (September 14) on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Listen to the new song here.
The show at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion saw the German rockers perform an 18-song of classic tracks and tunes from their latest album, "Return To Forever."
An expanded edition of the project was issued on September 11 in North America following its European spring release. The updated version includes seven bonus tracks and two exclusives: "Crazy Ride" and "One And One Is Three."
On November 6, The Scorpions will revisit their past with expanded reissues of eight of their classic albums as part of a 50th Anniversary Deluxe Editions series. Read more and stream the videos from the tour kick off here.
The 26-year-old Jonas brother also took the opportunity to debut the band's Twitter handle @DNCE, which is quickly gathering a ton of followers. The bio on the page reads, "Your new favorite band." Nick Jonas replied to tweet writing, "YES!" adding emojis.
The short video also gives fans a snippet of DNCE's upbeat and retro sound, featuring a slow rock groove with hand claps accentuating the beat. Check out the post here.
According to multiple sources, Brown scored a win on Friday (Sept. 11) when the Houston judged ruled in favor of the R&B singer. The Houston judge ruled that Royalty will to go back and forth between every four days between Brown and the girl's mother Nia Guzman, who both reside in Los Angeles. According to TMZ, Guzman was trying to deny Brown custodial rights and only wanted to allow supervised visits.
The decision will also save Brown a lot of money. Billboard is reporting that Brown was ordered to pay Guzman $2,500 per month in child support. She had originally asked for $15,000. Read more here.
Directed by Jessie Hill, the clip sees Cornell making his acting debut in a Wild West setting alongside cameos by Eric Roberts (Runaway Train, Heroes, The Expendables) and W. Earl Brown (Deadwood).
Cornell recorded "Higher Truth" with producer Brendan O'Brien in Seattle. The Soundgarden frontman will launch the record with a 6-week theater tour of North America that will see $1 from every ticket sold going to the Chris And Vicky Cornell Foundation, a charitable organization that helps to protect the most vulnerable children facing problems such as homelessness, poverty, abuse or neglect.
The singer will regroup with Soundgarden to record and release a new album in 2016. Watch the video here.
Landreth recently had the following to say about the project: "Ever since The Road We're On in 2003, fans have been asking me, 'When are you going to do another blues album?'
"I'd been playing a lot of these ones on the road with my band and we'd been taking them to some surprising places musically. Recording them with just a trio seemed like the next step." Check out the new song here.
They'll embark on a European tour next month, kicking off at the ProgPower festival in Baarlo, Netherlands, on October 4 before dates in Germany, the UK and France.
Guitarist Doug Ott said: "We are super excited to be headed back to Europe to play for our fans. It's been way too long and we're looking forward to being back on the road performing again, playing old favourites and a bunch of new material from The Great Divide."
Enchant will co-headline with Hasse Froberg & Musical Companion. The Flower Kings singer's project released their third album HFMC this year. Stream the song here.
The song "Turn On (The Radio)" is one of those tunes that came from riffing and jamming in the rehearsal space. I was working off of a little progression that myself and the guitar player at the time, Matt Johnson, were bouncing around. Usually when we're in that frame of mind I'll just start singing as "the spirit" moves me and see what comes out of my mouth... and when I did the words "turn on the radio" came out when we got near the chorus.
I kept thinking to myself that those lyrics were kind of lame and didn't really want to take them any further. But then when I got into the car to drive home that night I turned on the radio and began listening, as I usually did after late night rehearsals, to Jim Ladd's radio show. He used to have this show, on KLSX in LA, he did that was free-form radio and he would play whatever he wanted to and he really elevated the DJ thing to an art form. He did a show one time on Martin Luther Kings Birthday where he mixed together Dr. King's sermons and speeches with music from U2 and others... It nearly brought me to tears it was so touching. Anyway, I began to think that maybe the idea of "turning on the radio and playing all the records we already know" wasn't so goofy after all, and then I started thinking about the spirit of rebellion in all the music that had always influenced me from Woody Guthrie to Public Enemy and everything in between. And that even though they were talkin' about some heavy sh*t they were still having a good time.
In the immortal words of famed Anarchist Emma Goldman, "If I can't dance to it, it's not my revolution." So I started toying with ideas of us against them and imagined the idea of tuning into frequencies that could adjust and help equilibrate some of the imbalances in our social order, if you will. That's when the rest of the lyrics formed and fell into place.
We started playing it live quite awhile before we ever recorded it and so the guys in the band started throwing in different back-up vocal ideas and it really took shape as a sort of group anthem. When it came time to record it I really wanted to capture that '60s garage rock vibe so Jay Federici used his Vox Continental for the organ parts and we brought in Farayi Dominique to sing the backup vocals with the fellas and she gave the track a lot of soul!
It's a different sort of song than we're accustomed to as it's pretty much the same riff the entire song but the dynamics and passion seem to carry it along without out it getting stale or too repetitive... at least in my opinion. The screaming slide guitar wah wah solo might have som'n to do with that.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!
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