Archive for April, 2010
Pop Rocker Christa Borden Releases Debut Album ‘I Rhyme With Orange’ on May 4 as the Single ‘Empty Bottles’ Hits #13 on ACQB ChartAuthor: Losillë
Randall Munroe of XKCD.com came up with the concept of Hell as a unplayable version of Tetris. If you go to XKCD.com mouse over the cartoon to see the game notes. Plan to spend some time there laughing your ass off.
“Battle Of The Bands” Charity Fundraiser to bring out celebs in Los Angeles.
Article by Suzanne Philips
Club Nokia, located in Los Angeles’ new downtown “L.A. Live” complex will host a “Battle of the Bands” charity fundraiser on Tuesday, May 11th, which is sure to attract celebs and fans alike.
Before you read this article click on this link. Go to Jeff Beck’s MySpace page. Listen “I Put A Spell On You” while you are reading. That guitar is so raw listening to it is almost painful. It seems that if you listened closely enough you would be able to hear the words the guitar is saying. The kind of guitar that rips right down into your gut!
AIR SUPPLY Returns to the Charts with New Single ‘Dance With Me’ From Odds On Records Debut, ‘Mumbo JumboAuthor: Losillë
The purpose of this webzine is to find the most fuckable men in the entertainment business. I have found five for the music side.
Rockabilly’s Rising Rockabilly Artist KARLING Hits the Road For Shows in California and at Groovefest Promoting her New Album ‘Bound For Nowhere’Author: Losillë
The new poster for the Neil Jordan/Colin Farrell film “Ondine” has just been released.
SHAMAN’S HARVEST: Missouri Rockers Release Rising Single, ‘Dragonfly’ Off Their Album ‘Shine’ & Tour This Spring Performing At Rockfest, Rock On The Range and RocklahomaAuthor: Losillë
Melodic-Rock Duo ALL DAY SUCKER Opens For UK’s Charly Coombs & The New Breed & Performs with Dave Grohl and Rami Jaffe of The Foo FightersAuthor: Losillë
Photos copyright Suzanne Philips
HBO® and IDW Publishing Announce
Partnership To Create First-Ever
True Blood® Comic Book Series
Photos courtesy and copyright Warner Bros. Television/Phil Bray
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