Lip-syncing is a lot like going to the bathroom. Everyone in the pop music industry does it, but nobody really likes to talk about it. And if you get caught doing it in public, it can be pretty damn embarrassing, (we’re looking at you Iggy Azalea). But now the subtle art of lip-syncing is not
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While Dave Grohl recently asserted that Foo Fighters won’t be celebrating their 20th anniversary with a string of “presumptuous” and “lazy” tours playing their old albums in full, that does not mean they’re not going to celebrate at all. In fact, today they’ve announced an epic birthday concert, which will include some very special guests.
On the night of Wednesday, 13th November, rapper LL Cool J joined pop-punk idols Blink-182 on stage at The Wiltern in Los Angeles. In the middle of their 1997 single Dammit, Blink stopped to introduce their guest, who went on to perform his 1991 hit Mama Said Knock You Out, with the band playing behind
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the last additions to its final nominations list for its 2014 inductions. Joining 16 previously announced acts will be Linda Ronstadt, Peter Gabriel, Nirvana, Cat Stevens, Yes, LL Cool J and The Replacements. These acts, all legends in their own right, will be joining The Paul
Serial mad dog Seth Sentry has done us super proud while representing Australia at SXSW – not only did he score an opening slot for an LL Cool J gig off the back of a solid set on at the Bold Stage, but he will also be performing on the very high-profile Jimmy Kimmel Live