The video takes a peek inside a cult who perform creepy Satanic-like rituals and brainwashing sessions on the 11 year-old boy. After subjecting Schnapp's character to various tortures, Panic!'s well-dressed frontman Brendan Urie reveals himself to be the group's maniacal leader.
Excited to participate in Urie's video, Schnapp tweeted, "count me in @brendonurie for your concert in NY!" Read more and check out the new videohere.
However, none of the reported plaintiffs in the suit were shot in the incident, which led to the arrest of Troy Ave, who was charged with attempted murder.
The lawsuit states that the venue didn't adequately screen people before allowing them to enter the concert, enabling the shooting to occur. Read morehere.
Slash just so happened to be in the audience, and he had nothing but glowing things to say about the show. Alongside a picture of AC/DC performing, he wrote, "Caught an incredible ACDC show last night with Axl at the helm. Last show of the tour. Brilliant performance. Good f—in times! iiiii]; )'"
It's not the first time he has shared such positive feelings about AC/DC's updated lineup. In June, he and Duff McKagan caught the band with Axl fronting in London and tweeted their approval. Read morehere.
Presley's ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, will executive produce the 8-10 part series, which will be based on Elvis, Dave Marshe's 1982 book about the singer.
She'll be working with Jerry Schilling, Harvey Weinstein and David Glasser. 'I'm a big fan of Harvey Weinstein's independent films," Priscilla Presley said Wednesday in a statement. 'I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to work with him on this show and tell the story of how Elvis changed the culture of music and initiated a revolution that changed the world." Read morehere.
The clip is a slice of Atlanta hip-hop life featuring diamond watches, cars, women, indoor pools and other creature comforts. As fans enjoy their final glance at Lo's long career, a tribute concert has been organized in his memory--with a dark coincidence.
The Baltimore tribute tomorrow night was originally planned for Lo's father, who died from a heart attack earlier this month. Lo was scheduled to perform "L2MF (Letter to My Father)" at the show, which will now double as a memorial for father and son. Beanie Sigel and Hot Boy Turk are both expected to appear, according to Billboard. Watch Lo's final video for "Put Some Respek On It"here.
Jason Isbell won album of the year for his records, Something More Than Free. He received the award from his good friend, legendary Americana figure John Prine.
King George (Strait) was on hand to present Jim Lauderdale with the coveted Wagonmaster Award. Check out the full list of AmericanaFest winnershere.
The beautiful CGI landscapes and high tech structures resemble stages ripped right from Las Vegas' Electric Daisy Carnival and give the viewer a psychedelic journey through space and time, through a waterfall of dreams, beyond the white light of an ice curtain where in lies a lush, green world where an intricate living forest and ancient wisdom form to create an out of body experience.
"Imagination is something that we've always nurtured and promoted and however one achieves that ecstatic madness of being is fine. It can be love to some people, it can be taking a walk in nature, or it can be scaling the heights of a psychedelic experience. As artists we like to live on the edge. I guess this song is about finding some equilibrium there," says Nick Littlemore of the track. Check it outhere.
"Since the first day I started writing 'Kill for You,' I thought the Bonnie and Clyde message would be more powerful as a duet," Grey tells Rolling Stone. "I was stoked when Marshall put a verse on it."
It's the latest in a string of successful collaborations between the two artists. They appeared together on Dr. Dre's "I Need a Doctor" and Grey wrote the hook for Em's and Rihanna's hit "Love the Way You Life." Check out "Kill For You"here.
"Are You Lost in the World Like Me?" combines the emotional electronica that comprised Moby's earlier solo work, but updates it with a hyper, almost manic, pace so that the song's central question takes on a greater despondency. Although the song begins with synths and a strong beat, typical of EDM fare, there's a wailing guitar riff that elevates Moby's work and lends it an '80s feel.
The group previously released "Don't Leave Me." The nine-track album arrives October 14 with the vinyl arriving a little over a month later on November 18. Check out the full track list and listen to "Are You Lost in the World Like Me?"here.
People took to social media to bash the actor and singer, criticizing what they deemed to be a bizarre performance and even telling him things like "The wrong Corey died," in reference to the late Corey Haim.
Feldman eventually posted a response on Facebook, stating that he was in tears over the response and was even afraid to leave the house. Since then, he has spoken about the performance and his reaction to people's response.
Miley Cyrus posted a positive message on her Instagram page directed at Feldman. She posted an image of the phrase, "We put ourselves out there and we did the best that we could," referencing something Feldman said during a Facebook Live appearance on Sunday (September 19). In the caption, she wrote an extended personal message to him. Read ithere.
Even though it won't hit theaters until November 4th, the soundtrack is being released today (September 23) and comes packed with lots of star-studded covers and Timberlake's original, "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
Yesterday, ahead of its release Earth, Wine & Fire tweeted a 45-second preview of Timberlake singing a cover of their 1978 single "September." (It's also appropriate since today marks the first day of fall.) Timberlake's version updates the classic disco hit slightly, but keeps the funky and horns-driven feel that made it such a staple. Read more and check out the preview cliphere.
Colbert introduced the band as 'our friends, Wilco,"¯ as Ethan Hawke stood next to the stage and waved a foam finger. Wilco also took part in a couple of comedy sketches. In one, singer Jeff Tweedy jams on guitar with Stephen Colbert plays the didgeridoo in the Key of G.
Tweedy also filmed a short spoof explaining that the band doesn't just throw out names like Schmilco and Star Wars at the last-minute when they release an album. Then he lists a series of possible future record titles, including Songs Or Whatever, Meet The Beatles By Wilco, and Empty Coke Can. Check it outhere.
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