Listen to Lady Gaga’s New Song with Elton John, “Sine From Above”

Lady Gaga’s new album Chromatica (Interscope) released this weekend, and among the album’s tracks is a duet with Sir Elton John. The PMA filled dance track ‘Sine From Above’ features Gaga, a major Elton-o-phile, who once performed a tribute to the artist dressed as Elton, and sing together on the track. Their voices complement each other really well. Check it out. Continue reading

NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: May 29th New Music Releases

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CONCERT REVIEW: Poppy – VOWWS: Live At Brooklyn Steel

While sugary-sweet pop vocals coupled with head-crushing heavy metal doesn’t seem like a recipe for success, Poppy has been changing the game. We were there when she took the stage at Brooklyn Steel last month and saw firsthand what everyone has been buzzing about. Continue reading

Queen is Nominated for American Music Award For “Bohemian Rhapsody” Soundtrack

Riding high on the success of the epic Bohemian Rhapsody film, a new sold-out and more, Queen continues to ride high late in their career. The band has been nominated for Favorite Album for the American Music Awards. Other nominees include Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper for A Star is Born and the soundtrack to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. You can vote at the link below.

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Watch Guns N Roses “Welcome To The Jungle” in the Styles of Lady Gaga, Rammstein, Billie Eilish, Periphery, Amy Winehouse, Alice In Chains, Lizzo, Korn, and more

YouTuber Anthony Vincent is at it again with another 10 Second Songs Video! Watch Guns N Roses mega-hit ‘Welcome To The Jungle’ performed in the styles of Lady Gaga, Rammstein, Billie Eilish, Periphery, The Smiths, Amy Winehouse, Alice In Chains, Celtic Folk, Bluegrass, Eurobeat, Bollywood, Lizzo, James Brown, Korn, Aerosmith/Run DMC and more! Continue reading

Metallica and Guns N Roses are Among The Worlds Highest-Paid Celebrities According to Forbes

Forbes has released their annual list of the worlds highest-paid celebrities and on the strength of their massive grossing world tours, Metallica and Guns n Roses made the list. Metallica is back on the list after missing in 2018, ranked No. 21 this year with $65 million. GNR also failed to make the list last year but landed at No. 71 in 2019 with $44 million. The annual Celebrity 100 ranks the world’s highest-paid celebrities in music, sports, and entertainment according to what they made over the last 12 months. Sadly, Taylor Swift is still the highest-paid celebrity in the world, earning $185 million over the past year. Music industry trade magazine Pollstar recently named Metallica one of the top-earning hard rock and metal tours of the “2019 Midyear” reporting period, which covered the six-month range from November 22, 2018, to May 22, 2019. The ongoing “WorldWired” trek continued to be a hot ticket, as the group’s 21 North American arena shows during the reporting period grossed a total of $41.7 million, good for an average per-show gross of $1.99 million. With an average attendance of more than 16,000, the band moved nearly 350,000 tickets altogether. Guns’ “Not In This Lifetime” tour is believed to be the second-highest-grossing tour of all time, having generated more than $500 million since it began three years ago. The trek began in April 2016, and after 159 shows in 41 countries, it played its last date at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 8, 2018.  Continue reading

October 5th 2018 New Music Releases

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Watch Exit Eden Cover Total Eclipse Of The Heart

Exit Eden – the symphonic and power metal supergroup of singers featuring Amanda Somerville, Clémentine Delauney, Marina La Torraca and Anna Brunner have released a video for their cover of Bonnie Tyler’s 1980s classic hit ‘Total Eclipse Of The Heart’. You can watch it below: Continue reading

Lady Gaga Shares Dress Rehearsal Footage Of Her Performance With Metallica At The Grammys

As we all remember, Metallica’s performance with Lady Gaga at The Grammys was a complete nightmare that eventually got both artists an apology from the Academy. Continue reading