Usually I think celebrity feuds are RIDICULOUS however, this is the funniest and most entertaining thing EVER!!! Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West went to twitter war last night all because Kanye CLEARLY can’t take a joke. In life you NEED to learn to make fun of yourself. Kanye skipped that life lesson. He freaked out on Kimmel via twitter and they went back n’ forth all night long. Jimmy was just saying funny things the whole time while Kanye took everything to the next level. The best part is the video that started the whole thing. Watch it BELOW!!!
This Sunday (September 29), Gene Simmons will perform at London’s Wembley Stadium, but it’s not with his band KISS. Instead the bassist will sing the National Anthem for the NFL International Series game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings.
According to NME, the bassist will sing “The Star Spangled Banner” before the game’s kick-off.
“I’m excited to be touching down in London to sing our US National Anthem at the Vikings-Steelers game,” Simmons said in a statement. “I always love playing a role in these types of high-action, fast-paced games, not to mention returning to the UK and performing in front of some the best fans in the world!”
— Shannon Carlin, Radio.com.
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Two years ago when Kings of Leon lead singer Caleb Followill abruptly left the stage during a gig in Dallas without returning, the future was suddenly uncertain for the band that produced unforgettable hits like ‘Use Somebody’ and ‘Sex on Fire’.
The group would go on to cancel the remainder of their U.S. tour dates following the Dallas show, and the boys went on to take a desperately needed break – only meeting weeks later to discuss their future.
The Followills’ were truly exhausted after having traveled on the road together without stopping for the better part of decade; but family bonds, values and a pure love for music brought the boys back together and helped them put their differences aside.
Naturally, the next step for the Kings was to record a new record, so they rented out an old paint factory in Nashville to begin crafting their latest studio…
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Our Artist of the Week tonight on Blues Breakers is the biggest blues hitmaker of the fifties and sixties, blues singer, harmonica player, Chicagoan, Jimmy Reed. We also have new music planned by Tedeschi Trucks Band and Buddy Guy. Listen for Buddy Guy ticket pre-sale info on an upcoming Buddy Guy gig in Chicago. 9pm tonight!
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Nine Inch Nails headlined the second night of Made In America, filling the “rock legend” slot occupied by Pearl Jam at last year’s festival. As with Pearl Jam, many fans showed up mainly to see the headliner, and others left before their set. Like Public Enemy, who played the Rocky stage the prior day, NIN do not fit into the #YOLO vibe, which means that a good amount of the audience don’t know what to do with their music. Are girls expected to grind? Should guys twirl their t-shirts over their heads? There’s no question that it’s a much different era from the one when Trent Reznor and crew leveled the stage at Woodstock ’94 and had their zeitgeist moment.
Reznor opened the show, unaccompanied, on a sampler – a reference to the beginning of Talking Heads’ concert film Stop Making Sense, (a reference which may have been lost…
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CALVIN HARRIS TURNS IT OUT
Nine Inch Nails was the headliner, but it was Calvin Harris that much of the audience was waiting to see: putting him on the smaller Liberty stage served to give his set even more of a vibe of an extremely sold out concert, and one that everyone felt happy to be at. Starting his set with “Sweet Nothing,” his collaboration with Florence Welch, he had the audience in the palm of his hand for an hour, and judging by the crowd reaction, they would happily have bounced through another hour or two. Whether playing his own hits (his Rihanna collab “We Found Love,” “Drinking From The Bottle” with Tinie Tempeh) or other people’s music (Showtek’s “Booyah” made people lose their minds, as did Knife Party’s “Lrad”), the energy level never lagged during the show (as opposed to Deadmau5’s set on the same stage the prior…
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The “Hot in Herre” rapper, 38, knows a little something about being on fire. He’s featured on the Florida Georgia Line song “Cruise,” a summer hit in the grand girls-and-cars tradition, and he’s got an album of his own on the way (dropping Sept. 30). Here, Nelly talks to TIME.
TIME: Do you have a favorite kind of car to cruise around in?
NELLY: One with air conditioning.
Even though “Cruise” is about having the windows down.
It’s so hot outside. But not really a favorite car. It’s more the action than the vehicle.
Do you do a lot of driving these days, or mostly you get driven?
I drive a lot when I’m at home. I don’t do too much of it when I’m on either coast. If I’m on the east coast or the west coast, I don’t drive, but if I’m at home down South I will.
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