As six debuts are set to feature on the Billboard Hot 100 of October 16th, the cast of the hit TV show Glee will surpass The Beatles’ long-standing record for the most appearances from a non-solo act in the chart’s history.
Dark and edgy London-based Sons of Albion have finally landed in NYC, ready to turn up the flames on the New York music scene. On Tuesday, October 5, 2010, they hit the Village hot-spot Crash Mansion, a multi-tiered venue with the main stage located in the basement. There was an art exhibit set up near the stage, with artists ready to draw bands as they rocked out. SoA started promptly at 7:30pm, which was a bit too early for a group this fiery. New Yorkers don’t even get going until about 9:00pm. However, because this was their first gig in the Big Apple this trip, it was a great opportunity for them to warm-up and get ready to tackle the city.
A Seattle resident has become the latest Facebook user to get his name in the headlines this week after launching a campaign to raise a $10m offer to Weezer in return for them splitting up.
Recently retired Lily Allen, Sting and The Beatles‘ producer George Martin were the main winners at last night’s Broadcast Music International Awards, which honours artists for their contribution to US television and radio, reports Bang Showbiz.
After receiving mixed reviews following their hastily arranged Glastonbury headline appearance this June, the animated band’s leader Damon Albarn has said he now finds portions of Gorillaz set ‘funny’.
Ozzy Osbourne has recorded a cover version of John Lennon’s track ‘How?‘ in support of the respected charity Amnesty International, as celebrations continue during the week leading up to what would have been Lennon’s 70th birthday.
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