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Rising rock artist Billy Tibbals shared his newest single "Hollywood Baby" via Silver Arrow Records. Produced by Chris Robinson (The Black Crowes), the single harkens back to rock 'n' roll before it became simply 'rock'; complete with driving pianos, swaggering guitar licks, and studio strings straight from Abbey Road, the song brings 70s glam into the 2020s.Though he maintains an attitude and sonic palette with classic raucous acts like T-Rex, David Bowie, or even The Damned, Tibbals' vigor and charm steer him into his own ...
Rising rock artist Billy Tibbals shared his newest single "Hollywood Baby" via Silver Arrow Records. Produced by Chris Robinson (The Black Crowes), the single harkens back to rock 'n' roll before it became simply 'rock'; complete with driving pianos, swaggering guitar licks, and studio strings straight from Abbey Road, the song brings 70s glam into the 2020s.
Though he maintains an attitude and sonic palette with classic raucous acts like T-Rex, David Bowie, or even The Damned, Tibbals' vigor and charm steer him into his own lane. Perhaps he shares more in common with Destroyer's Dan Bejar, mining old tropes for a new era with a wink and a nudge.
The release follows Tibbals' debut single "Onwards and Upwards," written and recorded at home in his parents' garage at the height of lockdown times. Complementing the reflective sensibilities of the A-Side, "Lucy" tells a story of marital disputes between an estranged elderly couple. Tibbals will also be embarking on a massive North American tour in support of Mac Saturn later this month. Tour dates and tickets are available here.
Moving from London to Hollywood back in 2014, Billy Tibbals quickly found a love for the place with its many eccentricities and cast of Tinseltown oddballs. Combining the influence of his new found home with an eclectic taste in music, much of which was formed during his upbringing in London, Billy presents a unique and fantastical view of the world around us. Graduating from high school in the midst of a global pandemic, he holed up in his parents garage, spending countless hours composing songs that reflect his experiences growing up.
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Jan 24 - Cincinnati, OH @ Madison LiveJan 25 - Cleveland, OH @ HOB - Cambridge RoomJan 27 - Washington, DC @ SongbyrdJan 28 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater (Underground)Jan 29 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music HallJan 31 - Portland, ME @ Portland House of MusicFeb 1 - Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground Showcase LoungeFeb 2 - Philadelphia, PA @ The FoundryFeb 4 - New York, NY @ RacketFeb 5 - Albany, NY @ Empire UndergroundFeb 7 - Montreal, QC @ L'escoFeb 8 - Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe TavernFeb 9 - Buffalo, NY @ Oxford Pennant Stage at Town BallroomFeb 16 - Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-FiFeb 17 - St Louis, MO @ Pop'sFeb 18 - Lawrence, KS @ BottleneckFeb 19 - Oklahoma City, OK @ Beer City Music HallFeb 21 - Dallas, TX @ HOB Cambridge RoomFeb 22 - Houston, TX @ HOB Bronze PeacockFeb 23 - Austin, TX @ 3ten @ ACL LiveFeb 25 - New Orleans, LA @ Parish @ HOBFeb 27 - Nashville, TN @ The EndFeb 28 - Atlanta, GA @ VinylMar 2 - Charleston, SC @ Music FarmMar 3 - Charlotte, NC @ Amos' SouthendMar 14 - Madison, WI @ High Noon SaloonMar 15 - Minneapolis, MN @ 7th St EntryMar 17 - Wichita, KS @ John Barleycorn'sMar 18 - Colorado Springs, Co @ Black SheepMar 19 - Albuquerque, NM @ LaunchpadMar 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ TroubadourMar 23 - San Francisco, CA @ Brick & Mortar Music HallMar 25 - Seattle, WA @ FunhouseMar 26 - Vancouver, BC @ CobaltMar 27 - Portland, OR @ Mission Theater
Rising singer-songwriter Carlie Hanson has announced a 20-stop U.S. tour for this spring. The Home is Where the Heart Is tour will kick off February 28 in San Francisco and include stops in Chicago on March 9 and New York on March 21, before wrapping up in Los Angeles on April 3. Check out tour dates now!
Brooklyn-based rapper Pesh Milli recently announced his forthcoming EP, What Can I Say. Pesh is thrilled to share a standout track from the collection, “Back Outside.” The third track to be shared from his upcoming EP follows on the heels of previously released singles “Spicy” and “Another One.'
The Inspector Cluzo are excited to release their third single 'Running A Family Farm Is More Rock Than Playing Rock’n’Roll Music'. In addition, the Gascon duo are thrilled to keep their reputation as one the most prolific touring bands in the world announcing a full European and UK tour. Watch the new music video now!
The Learning How To Die EP includes his recent singles “Above The Salt,” which features VÉRITÉ, and “Life We’ve Built,” which tapped singer-songwriter Emily James. The EP follows his viral single “Gloaming Hour,” which racked up over 5 million plays on TikTok.
Lea Michele to Appear on THE TONIGHT SHOW TomorrowJanuary 12, 2023
Lea Michele will sit down with Jimmy Fallon on tomorrow's episode of The Tonight Show. The episode will also feature an appearance by Sadie Sink. Michele is currently starring on Broadway as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl.Pamela Anderson to Appear on CBS SUNDAY MORNINGJanuary 12, 2023
“Baywatch” icon and author-actress-model Pamela Anderson reveals details about the trauma she suffered as a child, her six marriages and the infamous sex tape in an exclusive interview with Jim Axelrod for CBS SUNDAY MORNING. Interviewed at her remote home on Vancouver Island, Anderson talks with Axelrod for an exclusive interview. Watch a video!ZOEY 101 Cast to Reunite For Paramount+ Revival FlimJanuary 12, 2023
The movie will star Jamie Lynn Spears (“Zoey Brooks”), Erin Sanders (“Quinn Pensky”), Sean Flynn (“Chase Matthews”), Matthew Underwood (“Logan Reese”), Christopher Massey (“Michael Barret”), Abby Wilde (“Stacey Dillsen”) and Jack Salvatore (“Mark Del Figgalo”). It follows Pacific Coast Academy alumni as they reunite for a wedding in the present day.Raegan Sealy Releases 'Make 'em Jealous' (ft. The Gang of Angels)January 12, 2023
Raegan Sealy has released her newest single, “Make ‘em Jealous” (ft. The Gang of Angels), an all-female choir from Nottingham, UK led by Honey Williams. This upbeat, indie soul piece breaks away from the typical narrative of a toxic relationship with a satirical spin. “Make ‘em Jealous” is available on all streaming platforms now.Marcus Gad & Tribe Show Love For Home On 'Long Way Home'January 12, 2023
Gad, the rising reggae star from the island nation of New Caledonia, returns here to work with his usual backing band, Tribe, for a more organic, roots oriented sound. A warm contrast from his last project where he and his producer Tamal dived into modern, programmed beats on the Brave New World album (2021). Watch the new music video now!
Bun B has credited JAY-Z with having the first rap music video to officially be given a budget of $1 million.During an appearance on The Residency Podcast, the UGK rapper said that “...
During an appearance on The Residency Podcast, the UGK rapper said that “Big Pimpin” was the first to achieve the feat, and clarified that rap music videos had gone over a million prior to the release of Hov’s 1999 hit single that he and the late Pimp C appeared on, but that the Vol. 3 cut was the first song to ever be handed a million dollar budget to start with.
“This was the first million-dollar budgeted rap video ever,” Bun said. “Now, rap videos had budgets that went over that [and] ended up costing a million dollars, but blocked one million dollars just for this music video.”
He continued: “I had never seen anything like it. It was the first rap video I think on ‘Making a Video’ on MTV. It accelerated so quickly, and then within I wanna say three months it was the number one record on the planet.”
Kanye West has also accrued an expensive tab with music videos during the span of his career. A 2018 article on Music Crowns that breaks down the most expensive rap videos ever shows that Ye’s 2007 video for “Stronger” also hit the million-dollar mark, and the “Touch the Sky” music video came close, hitting $996,000.
However, the most expensive music video on record is Diddy’s “Victory,” which purposefully strived to become the most expensive visual of all time. Despite features from Busta Rhymes and The Notorious B.I.G., the song itself merely peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The visual, which featured Hollywood stars like Dennis Hopper and Danny Devito, ran up a tab of around $2,500,000, which in 2018 translated out to around $4.3 million.
In other JAY-Z news, the Roc Nation mogul is still currently embroiled in his multi-billion dollar lawsuit against Bacardi involving D’USSE. According to a report from AllHipHop, Hov is attempting to move the $2.5 billion suit to Bacardi’s headquarters in Bermuda.
“SC is now preparing to bring litigation against Bacardi in Bermuda, where Bacardi is incorporated and headquartered (the ‘Bermuda Action’), for procuring a breach of D’Usse’s Operating Agreement under Bermudian law,” case documents read. “In aid of that contemplated case, SC seeks this Court’s assistance to obtain relevant evidence from certain investors in Bacardi and/or its affiliates that are found within this Court’s jurisdiction.
“SC therefore respectfully requests that this Court approve the application and permit service of the proposed subpoenas seeking documents to aid its anticipated Bermuda Action.”
JAY-Z is accusing Bacardi of intentionally mismanaging D’USSÉ in an effort to purchase his 50 percent share at a discount. According to court documents, SC Liquor exercised its right to demand a buyout a year before the lawsuit was filed – which means Bacardi was obliged to come up with a fair price.
However, the 4:44 rapper is accusing Bacardi’s subsidiary Empire Investments Inc. of attempting to “stall and stonewall” efforts that would reveal an accurate valuation of D’USSÉ. The figure that Bacardi brought to the table was reportedly “well below” what JAY-Z had in mind.
One of Tennessee's current commitments and a number of the Vols' targets in the 2024 class were honored by MaxPreps on Wednesday as some of the nation's best high school football players. Four-star Tennessee defensive back commitment Kaleb Beasley, a Top247 prospect from Lipscomb Academy in Nashville, Tenn., joined a lengthy list of Vols targets on ...
One of Tennessee's current commitments and a number of the Vols' targets in the 2024 class were honored by MaxPreps on Wednesday as some of the nation's best high school football players. Four-star Tennessee defensive back commitment Kaleb Beasley, a Top247 prospect from Lipscomb Academy in Nashville, Tenn., joined a lengthy list of Vols targets on MaxPreps' Junior All-America Team.
Beasley, who announced his commitment to the Vols on Oct. 21, was named a first-team Junior All-American by MaxPreps after intercepting nine passes this season, leading Lipscomb Academy to its second consecutive state championship in Tennessee's Division II-AA. One of Beasley's Lipscomb Academy teammates, four-star Class of 2024 linebacker Edwin Spillman, was named a second-team Junior All-American after posting big numbers throughout the Mustangs' undefeated season.
The 6-foot-1, 216-pound Spillman, who's a top-100 prospect nationally in the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, is the younger brother of Tennessee wide receiver signee Nate Spillman, a Class of 2023 prospect who finalized his decision last month on the first day of the Early Signing Period.
Top247 running back Jordan Marshall of Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, four-star offensive lineman DeAndre Carter of Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., four-star offensive lineman Waltclaire Flynn Jr. of Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga., five-star edge rusher Colin Simmons of Collinsville (Texas) High School and five-star linebacker Sammy Brown of Jefferson (Ga.) High School are among the other Tennessee targets who were first-team selections on MaxPreps' Junior All-America Team.
Four-star cornerback Ify Obidegwu of St. Frances Academy in Baltimore also joined Beasley on the first-team defense, while five-star athlete Mike Matthews of Parkview High School in Lilburn, Ga., made the first team as an all-purpose player. Matthews finished the season with 48 catches for 1,030 yards and nine touchdowns while also recording 20 tackles and an interception on defense.
Spillman was one of several Vols targets on the second team. Five-star quarterback Jadyn Davis of Providence Day School in Charlotte, N.C., five-star wide receiver Joshisa Trader of Chaminade-Madonna College Preparatory School in Hollywood, Fla., five-star wide receiver Micah Hudson of Lake Belton High School in Temple, Texas, four-star offensive tackle Kam Pringle of Woodland High School in Dorchester, S.C., four-star offensive lineman Donovan Harbour of Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha, Wisc., and four-star offensive lineman Daniel Calhoun of Centennial High School in Roswell, Ga., also were second-team selections.
Four-star offensive tackle Josiah Thompson of Dillon (S.C.) High School, five-star athlete KJ Bolden of Buford (Ga.) High School and Bolden's Buford teammate, five-star defensive lineman Eddrick Houston, joined Spillman as second-team selections on MaxPreps' Junior All-America Team, along with five-star defensive lineman Williams Nwaneri of Lee's Summit (Mo.) North High School. Bolden, who's rated as a safety by 247Sports but is being recruited by Tennessee and others as a possible wide receiver, made the second team as an all-purpose player.
Alex Brizard deliberately did not buy a beverage when he went to see a 9:30 a.m. showing of “Avatar: The Way of Water” this month. It did not matter: He still had to run to the bathroom three times over the course of the movie’s three hours and 12 minutes.“It was honestly all the water,” said Mr. Brizard, 29, who works in finance and lives in Scottsdale, Ariz.The sea gushes, gurgles and sprays across the screen in James Cameron’s “Avatar” sequel, which immerses viewers in the rich...
Alex Brizard deliberately did not buy a beverage when he went to see a 9:30 a.m. showing of “Avatar: The Way of Water” this month. It did not matter: He still had to run to the bathroom three times over the course of the movie’s three hours and 12 minutes.
“It was honestly all the water,” said Mr. Brizard, 29, who works in finance and lives in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The sea gushes, gurgles and sprays across the screen in James Cameron’s “Avatar” sequel, which immerses viewers in the richly textured aquatic world of a clan of reef-dwelling Na’vi. These photorealistic ocean sequences make up the bulk of a lengthy epic that many are watching in theaters with vats of soda in hand, creating a perfect storm for moviegoers to need to take one or more bathroom breaks.
The water scenes are especially vivid in IMAX 3-D, according to Mr. Brizard, who moved to an aisle seat after his first trip to the restroom so he wouldn’t have to step over other audience members on subsequent visits. “All the splashing noises, it’s all a constant reminder,” he said.
Mr. Cameron, who has encouraged fans to see “Avatar” in theaters, saw this coming.
“Here’s the big social paradigm shift that has to happen: It’s OK to get up and go pee,” he said in an interview with Empire magazine. He added that he did not want anyone “whining about length” when people are perfectly willing to watch eight straight hours of television. (Television, it must be said, is easier to pause than a movie in a theater.)
In November, Mr. Cameron told The Hollywood Reporter that moviegoers should go to the bathroom “any time they want” during the movie. “They can see the scene they missed when they come see it again,” the director added. Representatives for Mr. Cameron did not respond to a request for comment on Thursday.
Getting the water exactly right was one of Mr. Cameron’s preoccupations. To ensure that it appeared appropriately aqueous, he submerged the film’s actors in a 32-foot-deep tank that held about 90,000 gallons of water. Cast members got scuba certifications and trained with a free-diving instructor, and the movie’s sound mixer kept four microphones constantly running in the tank to capture underwater background noises.
Mr. Cameron’s attention to detail may be part of the reason many theatergoers have reported having to take bathroom breaks. In a 2015 study, the sound of running water increased the flow rate of urination among men with lower urinary tract issues. The sound of running water is also a commonly recommended component of toilet training for infants.
“The theory is, mainly it’s just a conditioning phenomenon,” said Dr. Kent DeLay, a urologist at Lexington Medical Center in West Columbia, S.C. Since the sound of water is so often present in the bathroom, many already associate it with urination. Among Dr. DeLay’s patients who already experience incontinence, urinary urgency can be worsened by just the sound of running water. “I would think that the visual would have some impact as well,” he added.
Like Mr. Cameron, Dr. DeLay encouraged moviegoers to step away as necessary in order to avoid damage to the neural pathways around the bladder. “For the most part,” he said, “when you have the urge to void, you should.”
Many are taking his advice. Gene Naumovsky headed into a movie theater on West 34th Street in Manhattan with a combination meal of a flatbread pizza and a large Sprite.
“At first I thought I’d kind of see what happens and, you know, ride the wave,” said Mr. Naumovsky, 23, an executive assistant. “But an hour and a half in, it was an inevitable problem.”
He made a break for it when the movie’s protagonists, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña), greeted the water clan, because he expected a lengthy training montage rather than a major action sequence or a plot twist.
Matthew Aryeh, 26, a lawyer who saw the movie at a theater in Nassau County, on Long Island, said he had often insisted on rewinding sections of movies at home that his family had talked over.
But during “The Way of Water,” which he described as “long and slow at times,” he left for a minute-and-a-half bathroom break. His brother took one about half an hour later.
In response to the film’s length, some have suggested bringing back the intermission, which was a common feature when movies were screened using multiple reels of film. Intermissions were included in lengthy epics such as “Gone With the Wind” (3 hours 42 minutes) and “Lawrence of Arabia” (3 hours 38 minutes).
Mr. Naumovsky said “The Way of Water” would have benefited from a brief intermission. Mr. Aryeh disagreed.
“I think a better fix for this movie would have been to just shave 45 minutes off,” he said.
Eric Church is hitting the road on a major headlining tour this summer, and he's bringing a large group of rotating opening acts along with him. The Outsiders Revival Tour will officially kick off June 22 in Milwaukee, Wisc., and it will run through Sept. 30 in Tampa, Fla.The run marks the first time Church will be visiting outdoor venues on a summer headlining tour, hitting amphitheaters all over the U.S. and Canada across 26 dates. One stadium also makes the cut for the tour -- Church will headline Credit One Stadium in Charleston, ...
Eric Church is hitting the road on a major headlining tour this summer, and he's bringing a large group of rotating opening acts along with him. The Outsiders Revival Tour will officially kick off June 22 in Milwaukee, Wisc., and it will run through Sept. 30 in Tampa, Fla.
The run marks the first time Church will be visiting outdoor venues on a summer headlining tour, hitting amphitheaters all over the U.S. and Canada across 26 dates. One stadium also makes the cut for the tour -- Church will headline Credit One Stadium in Charleston, S.C. Opening acts will vary among the dates, but fans can expect to see artists including Whiskey Myers, Cody Jinks, Jelly Roll, Ashley McBryde, Koe Wetzel, Lainey Wilson, Midland, Parker McCollum, Travis Tritt, Elle King and Paul Cauthen. Jackson Dean, Morgan Wade, Muscadine Bloodline, Shane Smith & The Saints, Hailey Whitters, Ray Wylie Hubbard and The Red Clay Strays will also serve as openers.
"When I approach touring, I'm always inspired by a new experience, a new way to gather, to express ourselves sonically and visually. Whether it's solo, in the round, double down; being able to bring a different perspective has always brought out our best creatively," Church shares in a press release. "Well, we have never done an outdoor summer tour. Never headlined amphitheaters. Never brought a summer experience to your town that featured artists we want to share the summer with. Until now. See you in the season of sunshine with some fellow outsiders that shine brightest when the sun goes down."
Church announced the news on Wednesday, Jan. 11. He teased the tour earlier in the week with short videos on his social media accounts featuring a radio with static and songs coming through.
Tickets for The Outsiders Revival Tour go on sale Friday, Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster. Members of the singer's Church Choir fan club can access presale tickets beginning Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 10 a.m. local time.
June 22 -- Milwaukee, Wisc. (American Family Insurance Amphitheater) with Elle King June 23 -- Detroit, Mich. (Pine Knob Music Theatre) with Ashley McBryde, The Red Clay Strays June 24 -- Cleveland, Ohio (Blossom Music Center) with Ashley McBryde, The Red Clay Strays June 30 -- Charleston, S.C. (Credit One Stadium) with Parker McCollum, Morgan Wade July 1 -- Virginia Beach, Va. (Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater) with Parker McCollum, Morgan Wade July 7 -- Toronto, Ontario (Budweiser Stage) with Koe Wetzel, Shane Smith & The Saints July 8 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. (The Pavilion at Star Lake) with Koe Wetzel, Shane Smith & The Saints July 14 -- Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverbend Music Center) with Travis Tritt, Muscadine Bloodline July 15 -- St. Louis, Mo. (Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre) with Travis Tritt, Muscadine Bloodline July 28 -- Dallas, Texas (Dos Equis Pavilion) with Midland, Ray Wylie Hubbard July 29 -- Austin, Texas (Germania Insurance Amphitheater) with Midland, Ray Wylie Hubbard Aug. 4 -- Raleigh, N.C. (Coastal Credit Union Music Park) with Cody Jinks Aug. 5 -- Bristow, Va. (Jiffy Lube Live) with Cody Jinks Aug. 11 -- Indianapolis, Ind. (Ruoff Music Center) with Cody Jinks Aug. 12 -- Chicago, Ill. (Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre) with Cody Jinks Aug. 18 -- Orange Beach, Ala. (The Wharf Amphitheater) with Lainey Wilson, Jackson Dean Aug. 19 -- Orange Beach, Ala. (The Wharf Amphitheater) with Lainey Wilson, Jackson Dean Aug. 25 -- Holmdel, N.J. (PNC Bank Arts Center) with Whiskey Myers Aug. 26 -- Philadelphia, Pa. (Freedom Mortgage Pavilion) with Whiskey Myers Sept. 8 -- Portland, Ore. (RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater) with Jelly Roll, Hailey Whitters Sept. 9 -- George, Wash. (Gorge Amphitheatre) with Jelly Roll, Hailey Whitters Sept. 15 -- Albuquerque, N.M. (Isleta Amphitheater) with Paul Cauthen, Hailey Whitters Sept. 16 -- Phoenix, Ariz. (Ak-Chin Pavilion) with Jelly Roll, Paul Cauthen Sept. 22 -- Atlanta, Ga. (Ameris Bank Amphitheatre) with Whiskey Myers Sept. 23 -- Charlotte, N.C. (PNC Music Pavilion) with Whiskey Myers Sept. 29 -- West Palm Beach, Fla. (iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre) with Whiskey Myers Sept. 30 -- Tampa, Fla. (MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre) with Whiskey Myers
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