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Adam Lambert's racy American Music Awards performance cost him a gig on "Good Morning America," but he will perform live instead on ABC's morning rivals at CBS. more In the meantime you can check out the premiere of Adam Lambert's "For Your Entertainment" video here
During the last U.K. stop of her "I Am..." tour at the Trent FM Arena in Nottingham, England, Beyonce announced that she plans to release a new album next year. more
Donny Osmond danced his way to victory on Tuesday, winning the 9th season of the ABC television show "Dancing With the Stars". Proving old people can still get down. more
Justin Bieber has broken his foot when performing as Taylor Swift's supporting act at London's Wembley Arena on November 23. "In the last song ONE TIME I tripped over something on stage coming down the ramp and felt my ankle roll in a very bad way," he tweeted. more
50 Cent has settled his lawsuit against Taco Bell, where the Rapper claimed the chain was using his name without permission in an ad campaign more
In addition to "Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart" and "Doesn't Mean Anything," The Element of Freedom features Keys soulfully soaring solo version of "Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down," a beat-driven duet with Beyoncι on "Put It In A Love Song," "Un-thinkable (I'm Ready)" with background vocals provided by Drake, the reggae-tinged "Love is My Disease," a 80's funk jam "This Bed" and more sonic gems. The album features production by Alicia Keys, her longtime collaborator Kerry "Krucial" Brothers, Jeff Bhasker, Swizz Beatz, and Noah "40" Shebib. Complete track listing below.
Keys recently made her national TV debut performance of "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart" on Dancing With The Stars and recreated that magic Sunday night on the 2009 American Music Awards. Up next are performances on The Today Show Outdoor Concert Series (11/24) and Oprah (11/30) where she joins country music superstar Tim McGraw for a duet performance of John Lennon, Yoko Ono and the Plastic Ono Band's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" for the holiday show. She'll continue to spread holiday cheer on NBC's Christmas at Rockefeller (12/2), followed by performances on Late Show with David Letterman (12/14), The Colbert Report (12/15), The View (12/16), BET 106 & Keys Live Special (12/16) and a return visit to The Today Show (12/17).
Last month, the duo released their first new material in three years, giving fans a preview of Heligoland with a 4-song EP Splitting the Atom which features 2 album tracks and 2 album track remixes.
W!Ldbrain, the award-winning entertainment company that produces Yo Gabba Gabba! with The Magic Store and S2BN Entertainment, the Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!: There's A Party In My City tour producer, brought the groundbreaking series to the stage for the first time on November 14 and 15 with four sold out shows in LA followed by three sold out shows in NYC on November 21. Celebrities including Christina Aguilera, Heidi Klum, Dennis Quaid, Jason Bateman, Travis Barker, Brooke Shields, Chris Noth, Keri Russell, and Brendan Fraser among others, attended the shows with their children to celebrate the blockbuster tour kick-off.
During the tour kick-off in LA, special surprise appearances by Snoop Dogg, Sarah Silverman, Jon Heder from Napoleon Dynamite and The Geeks from Freaks and Geeks added to the excitement with performances of the famed "dancy dance" on stage. Biz Markie made a guest appearance to teach kids how to beat box. Mix Master Mike, The Aquabats, Cold War Kids and Matt Costa rocked the house as "Special Music Friends Show" performers in Los Angeles. The Roots, Dinosaur Jr., Devendra Banhardt, DMC from Run DMC, Talib Kweli and Keri Russell joined DJ Lance Rock and the friendly cast of characters, including Brobee, Foofa, Muno, Plex and Toodee on stage in NY. - more on this story
Shirock street team leaders hit sold out theaters in five U.S cities across the country Los Angeles, Birmingham, Detroit, Columbus (OH) and Nashville to talk with moviegoers about the band's new release and hand out plenty of Shirock merchandise, including the free downloadable song "Still Young".
Check out Michael, the band, and the edited fan footage on
Known as a jack of all trades; drummer, singer and keyboardist Jordan Witzigreuter (who goes by the moniker The Ready Set) is more than ready to lay his claim in the music world.
Schletter has a varied background ranging from music for SpongeBob SquarePants to playing with System Of A Down or acting as the drummer for the all-girl band Stone Fox (dressed as the skanky "Debbie").
"I am thrilled to have been asked to play the Opry," the whiskey-throated singer said. "When I step onto that historic stage at The Ryman, I hope time kinda stands still for a minute so I can just soak up the moment."
"The Call" is a moving story of how simply reaching out to someone can make a life-changing difference. The song was co-produced by James Stroud, who readily sings the praises of BamaJam Records' newest rising star. - more on this story
The Country Music Hall of Famer joins hosts Lindsay MacDonald, Dave Nemeth and Cyndi Edwards on-set to catapult viewers into the Christmas spirit!
Cook will also serve up a country-style hors d'oeuvres platter, perfect for those upcoming holiday gatherings! Daytime is syndicated in 119 markets nationwide. Check your local listings - here
The buzz has been swelling since the announcement of the group consisting of emcees AG, Sadat X, and Fat Beats owner DJ Jab on the boards. Their recent debut single has been hitting numerous blogs and websites all across the Internet so it's only fitting for the group to release a video to accompany the song. The video is sure to stir feelings of nostalgia as it starts off with clips from the '95 Technics World DJ Championship where Raida proudly proclaims, "We bringin' it back to the USA!"
What follows is in-studio footage of the group recording their tribute alongside clips of Roc Raida at work on the ones and twos. Raida makes it look too easy as he showcases his undeniable talent. Raida effortlessly scratches between two records, even backwards, not even breaking a sweat in the process. He even goes as far as manipulating the fader with his nose to much fanfare in the video. The video no doubt proves that hip-hop lost a great talent in Roc Raida, but with groups like Trinity showing love and support, his memory will not be forgotten.
Be on the lookout for more info on Trinity and their upcoming album being released in 2010 via Fat Beats Records.
- Roc Raida Tribute video