Monday, November 23, 2015

WOW Justin Bieber Sing in the Rain During 2015 AMAs Finale

Watch Justin Bieber Sing in the Rain During 2015 AMAs Finale:

The 2015 American Music Awards closed with Justin Bieber performing three of his most recent hits. Dressed casually in an oversized hoodie, the singer began the medley with an acoustic version of "What Do You Mean?" – the lead single off his latest album, Purpose. He followed that up with a dance-heavy delivery of his EDM collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo, "Where Are Ü Now" before capping off the night with a rain-soaked performance of the moombahton-tinged "Sorry."

The Canadian pop star released Purpose, his fourth album, earlier this month. The LP features several tracks produced by Skrillex and guest spots from Big Sean, Nas, Travi$ Scott and newcomer Halsey. Ed Sheeran also served as a co-writer on the biting, acoustic track "Love Yourself."

Just two days before releasing the album, Bieber announced an extensive North American tour in support of it. The trek launches in Seattle on March 9th and will wrap on July 19th at Madison Square Garden.

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One Direction, Nicki Minaj, the Weeknd Win Big at American Music Awards

One Direction, Nicki Minaj, the Weeknd Win Big at American Music Awards:

One Direction, the Weeknd and Nicki Minaj were the big winners at this year's American Music Awards as each artist took home a pair of trophies during the televised portion of Sunday's ceremony. For the second straight year, One Direction took home the show's most prestigious award, Artist of the Year. "We're gonna go on a little break, gonna spend some time with our families," the quartet said of their much publicized hiatus after accepting the night's final award. Earlier in the night, One Direction also won in the Favorite Pop/Rock Duo/Group category and performed their new single "Perfect."

The Weeknd won the evening's first award as his Beauty Behind the Madness took home the Favorite Soul/R&B Album award, a category that was presented by a guitar-toting Prince. Abel Testfaye later picked up the American Music Award in the Favorite Soul/R&B Artist – Male category and also performed "The Hills" during the ceremony.

Nicki Minaj's The Pinkprint's snagged the Favorite Hip-Hop Album award, marking the third time the rapper had won in that category. She followed that up by winning Favorite Hip-Hop Artist for the third time as well.

Other notable winners include Sam Hunt's surprise New Artist of the Year victory over the Weeknd and Fetty Wap, plus Fall Out Boy securing Favorite Alternative Rock Band, Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber's Collaboration of the Year win and Ariana Grande's Favorite Pop/Rock Female victory, which the singer shared with her very excited grandmother. Check out the full list of AMA winners here.

The main draw of the AMAs, however, are the musical performances, and there was no shortage of star power on the ceremony's stage this time around. The ceremony opened with host Jennifer Lopez and an army of dancers grooving to a 10-minute megamix of 2015's biggest hits, from Fetty Wap and Taylor Swift to Ed Sheeran and the Weeknd. That was followed by 5 Seconds of Summer's Duran Duran-inspired "Hey Everybody!," Selena Gomez's vampy "Same Old Love" and Nick Jonas' show-stopping medley.

Other highlights included Alanis Morissette performing Jagged Little Pill's "You Oughta Know" with Demi Lovato, the debut of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' powerful addiction ballad "Kevin" with Leon Bridges, Gwen Stefani sharing her breakup anthem "Used to Love You," Pentatonix's Star Wars tribute and Justin Bieber's ceremony-ending, rain-soaked victory lap.

However, the most moving moment of the AMAs came when Celine Dion delivered a stunning rendition of Edith Piaf's "Hymne A L'amour" to remember all those killed and injured in the Paris terror attacks. The performance was preceded by a moving speech by Jared Leto, who implored Americans not to shut our borders to Syrian immigrants in the aftermath of the terror attacks.

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Foo Fighters Drop Surprise Free EP 'Saint Cecilia'

Foo Fighters Drop Surprise Free EP 'Saint Cecilia':

The mysterious countdown clock on the Foo Fighters' official website finally ticked down to all zeroes Sunday night, and it was revealed that Dave Grohl's surprise for fans was a new EP titled Saint Cecilia. The five-track collection, recorded at Austin, Texas' Saint Cecilia Hotel during the Austin City Limits festival's two weekends, was offered up as a free download. The group has also offered up a pre-order of the Saint Cecilia vinyl at their official site.

In addition to the new EP, Grohl also penned a long letter to fans that tracked the Sonic Highways journey, detailed his gruesome leg injury and paid tribute to those killed in the Paris terror attacks. The EP was meant to be an end-of-the-tour thank you gift to fans, but the final leg of the Sonic Highways jaunt was cut short by the November 13th attack in Paris. Foo Fighters also posted a link for fans to donate to victims of the attack.

"Let me begin with a preface to a letter I wrote a few weeks ago from my hotel room in Berlin while on our final tour for this album. I felt the need to write this foreword in light of the heartbreaking tragedies of Nov. 13th, as this project has now taken on an entirely different tone. As has everything, it seems...," Grohl wrote. "The Saint Cecilia EP was put into motion back in October of this year as a celebration of life and music. The concept being that, as our world tour drew to a close this week, we wanted to share our love of both with you in return for everything you have given us."

During the Foo Fighters' ACL headlining set, Grohl announced that the band had recorded new music in Austin, and in the letter, he goes in depth about the project and how the band turned the Saint Cecilia Hotel into their own personal recording studio. "Returning to the city where the entire Sonic Highways concept was born, loading in one last time to a room that was never designed to be a recording studio a la Sonic Highways, and making some music! Fate? Destiny?," Grohl wrote.

Throughout the letter, Grohl also hinted that the Foo Fighters might be going on a well-deserved break, and possibly a long hiatus. "It was heartbreaking to leave that place, to say the least. I honestly feel like we left a piece of our band there as we were being torn away from it," Grohl wrote. "The perfect unity of life, and love, and music is something that only comes around so often and in certain circumstances. When you feel it coming on, you have to take hold of it. That place and those people made it possible for our band to take one, big final breath before the curtain closes. Thankfully, we have evidence of this in these songs that we’re giving to you today. "

He added, "Maybe these songs are the bread crumbs that will help us find our way back when it’s time. We could use a nice wander through the woods right about now. Another empty journal, another tap on the shoulder ... those things are never far behind. It’s what lies ahead in those woods that excites me now.... So tonight, as I sit in my Berlin hotel room on our final tour for this album, counting down the days until we return home, I can’t help but wonder when we will see each other again. Who knows? But, with everything Foo Fighter-related, it will only be when it feels right. And that’s a feeling that’s easy to feel."

Check out the EP's track list and Grohl's full letter to fans below:

Saint Cecilia EP Track List

1. "Saint Cecilia"
2. "Sean"
3. "Savior Breath"
4. "Iron Rooster"
5. "The Neverending Sigh"

9 November 2015

Tonight, Let me begin with a preface to a letter I wrote a few weeks ago from my hotel room in Berlin while on our final tour for this album. I felt the need to write this foreword in light of the heartbreaking tragedies of Nov. 13th, as this project has now taken on an entirely different tone. As has everything, it seems...

The Saint Cecilia EP was put into motion back in October of this year as a celebration of life and music. The concept being that, as our world tour drew to a close this week, we wanted to share our love of both with you in return for everything you have given us.

Now, there is a new, hopeful intention that, even in the smallest way, perhaps these songs can bring a little light into this sometimes dark world. To remind us that music is life, and that hope and healing go hand in hand with song. That much can never be taken away.

To all who were affected by the atrocities in Paris, loved ones and friends, our hearts go out to you and your families. We will return and celebrate life and love with you once again someday with our music. As it should be done.

Dave Grohl

8 November 2015

Hey.

Thanks.

For real.

It was in Austin, Texas March 14th, 2013, at the last show of the “Sound City Players” when I was given a small, but very relevant and perhaps prophetic gift from my Sound City movie producers Jim Rota and John Ramsay. An empty journal, with a note that said something along the lines of, “Congratulations on everything Sound City.....now get to work on the next project!” It was the most beautiful way to end something that I wanted so badly to last forever: with a new beginning.

The basic concept of the Sonic Highways album and series was born right then and there, in a small backstage room surrounded by mountains of Lone Star beer and Stubbs BBQ. 8 songs, 8 cities, 8 studios, and a musical road trip of a lifetime. Removing the Foo Fighters from our comfort zone and challenging the process from top to bottom, it breathed new life into the band, and set us on a journey that unquestionably exceeded any of our simple expectations. And now it has led us here. To another beautiful ending.

So, where do I begin?

We owe it all to Mexico City.

Unbeknownst to them, the people who attended those two concerts back in December, 2013 at Foro Sol stadium helped fund the filming and recording of the bulk of the Sonic Highways project. They were the fuse that lit this little firecracker, baby. Without those gigs, many may have never heard the incredible and truly inspiring life stories of Buddy Guy, Steve Albini, Ian Mackaye, Tony Joe White, Zac Brown, Dolly Parton, Roky Erickson, Gary Clark Jr, Bruce Pavitt, Fred Drake, Terry Lickona, Joan Jett, Steve Rosenthal, Nora Guthrie......a list too long to share here. But, beyond giving our band the equivalent of a rock and roll university year abroad, they gave the entire world the most priceless gift: Inspiration. So....Gracias a todos, Mexico....we couldn’t have done it without you.

Before long, our rag tag crew of ne’er-do-wells was stumbling from city to city, coast to coast, taking in every drop (!) of 100 proof American culture we could squeeze. Dancing in a New Orleans second line parade, laying under the desert stars in Joshua Tree, walking the streets of Chicago in -30 degree weather...it was an American dream come true. Our only responsibility was to share it with you, and the brave people of HBO trusted us with that much. (very freely, I might add.) Blind faith? Perhaps. But, without Nina Rosenstein, we would not be the people who we are today. Looking back, she gave us something immeasurably generous: some of the greatest memories of our lives. These people and places that we experienced have filled our hearts...and ultimately our songs. So, thank you, Nina. We are yours. But, focused on the moment, we never in our wildest dreams could have imagined the whirlwind 23 months that lay ahead of us. We just put one foot in front of the other, and kept moving....

I must admit, I never looked at our schedule. I was too scared. I knew that this was it. This was the big one. There was talk of stadiums, and anniversaries, and TV shows. South Africa, Korea, Colombia. Letterman and Glastonbury. It all seemed too good to be true! But, as always, we kept our heads down and tried to appreciate every single moment as it fled. Because, you realize, none of this was ever supposed to happen. Ever. As we approached our twentieth anniversary, it was hard not to look back on all of those years and smile while shaking our heads in wonder and disbelief. From the Mike Watt van tour of 1995, to RFK stadium in Washington DC (my hometown gig) July 4th, 2015...those dots don’t necessarily connect in real life, you know? It still boggles the mind. But, the spoils of these blessings are not lost upon us. We count every last one.

Even the disasters.

A lucky break? Yeah, you could call it that. Gothenburg was a swift reminder that life is short, and that we’re all here to live it together, no matter what adversity you’re faced with. (Music! The perfect remedy!) Sure, weeks and weeks of shuffling around hotel rooms on my butt with a cast on my leg, trying to pack my suitcase alone before lobby call got pretty fucking stale pretty fucking quick. But, as always, I just put one foot in front of......well, the same one for a while there...

And then everything changed. The energy. The atmosphere. THE THRONE. I was no longer afraid to look at the schedule, I was glued to it. The challenge that we faced from there on out became more of a mission, or a dare, if you will. And it showed. Pat’s smile got even wider (an infallible barometer of all things), Chris’s solos got even faster (thank God someone knows what they’re doing up there), Nate’s stage moves more daring (I once noticed him just to the left of me) and Taylor’s drum set....well....it got pinker. But not without the help of scores of hardworking bad asses that some might call the Foo Fighters road crew (we like refer to them as family, in a very Manson Family kind of way...) They ultimately deserve the lion’s share of credit for keeping this old circus tent erect for the past 6 months. So, let’s all have a nice, warm diet Coke for them tonight. They’re the hardest working motherfuckers in the business. Cheers.

And so we trudged on. Any fatigue was met with an explosion of energy once the curtain went up. Any pain was met with the adrenaline of thousands of voices singing along. Every one of you kept us alive for a while there. One night, at a point where I felt like I was at the end of my rope, it came to me that these few hours we have together every night were something like a heavy blanket to retreat under. I could always rely on our time together to get me to the next stop. Again, and again. From Chicago to Cesena.

That being said....we’ve always been pretty good at knowing when to call it a day. You just....know. You get that feeling that, if you’re not careful, you’ll run out of bread crumbs to find your way home and be lost in the woods forever. It hit me a few months back, crept up on me and tapped me on the shoulder as if to say “Hey...don’t spend it all in one place, asshole.” A sobering reminder that all good things must come to an end. Of course...we could keep going. After all, we’d made it this far, right? What’s another 20 years?

Around that time we arrived in Austin, Texas for the Austin City Limits festival. A massive gig, two weekends and hundreds of acts, it was to be some of our final American performances for this album. There’s a certain bittersweet relief to that. On one hand, you’re carrying these monumental experiences under your wing as you anticipate life outside of a tour bus. On the other hand, you fear that the thrill and joy of sharing music with people all over the world will leave you like an empty shell when it’s gone. It becomes your everything. And that’s terrifying.

The Saint Cecilia Hotel, named after the patroness saint of music, is known as “A lush retreat from the world”. And, believe me, that it is! 14 rooms and a small bar, it’s tucked away in the trees within a bustling, Austin neighborhood. As our van pulled up in the wee hours of September 30th, 2015, I was struck with a rather impulsive idea: to record some songs on our days off to give to the world as a “thank you” for the last 2 years. Though there’s a world class recording studio just on the other side of the fence (Arlyn Studios, look it up.), the hotel manager, Jenny offered that we record in the hotel. A most generous, but unrealistic offer. Though, after rolling it around in my head a few times, it made perfect sense! Returning to the city where the entire Sonic Highways concept was born, loading in one last time to a room that was never designed to be a recording studio a la Sonic Highways, and making some music! Fate? Destiny? I was too tired to figure that kind of shit out, so I hit the sack, woke up the next morning and started making some calls...

By 6 pm the next day, the office was transformed into a control room and the bar was littered with microphones and cables. Amps were in the kitchen. Drums in front of the fireplace. Instant studio, courtesy of the legendary Kevin Szymanski! (Those fancy computer things are pretty convenient! More on that another time....) Margaritas were made, friends came to visit, the sun went down, and before long we started making enough noise to drive the neighbors to start drinking along with us. Riffs and ideas were thrown around, songs that were lost in the shuffle over the years, songs that were left unfinished. Like a musical retrospective, we were going through decades of songs no one has ever heard, pieces left on the cutting room floor from every album. Our own sonic scrapbook. (The Neverending Sigh is 20 years old! Was once called 7 corners for all you die hards out there...) Without the usual pressure or expectation of making an “album”, we sat happy and relaxed as we played. A virtual “This Is Your Life” of the Foo Fighters. It was so good, but again, bittersweet knowing that it was all soon coming to an end.

By midnight, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band had arrived, and the “session” turned into a full on party. Guitars were abandoned for horns and the room started swinging (spinning?). People danced between the cables and microphones, dancing behind the bar, strumming acoustic guitars on the patio. Danny Clinch did what Danny Clinch does, capturing the moments in his beautiful pictures between cocktails. Gary Clark Jr. sat on the patio in the candlelight, jamming along with friends from a couch. As the hours passed, the atmosphere had reached exactly what every recording experience should be: A celebration. “Always record! Always record!” said Jack Black in that infamous Tenacious D episode from years ago. Truer words have never been spoken. Because you just might miss something that you’ll never get back again. Moments that happen once in a lifetime. By the time that weekend was over, we had recorded 5 songs in that tiny room.

Weekend two was spent recording vocals and guitars in my bedroom, room 4. More friends, more margaritas, a fire in the fire pit. The most fabulous Cambria Harkey floated in, slinging her camera to insure that this wasn’t all just a dream. The porch was buzzing with activity as I did vocals in my bathroom, stepping in and out to listen to the previous takes. The coffee table became a pile of guitar pedals and scribbled lyrics, beer bottles and ashtrays. At one point, a familiar face walked in and said, “Dave.....it’s Ben Kweller.....” It had been years! Such a talented young man. We hugged, hit play to listen to the last vocal take, and he instinctively started singing the perfect harmony to my line. Without hesitation, I immediately said, “Get your ass in there and sing it right now.” So he picked up the coffee stained piece of hotel stationary with my lyrics penciled on it and banged out his part in two glorious takes. Always record, ladies and gentlemen. Always record. The night faded, friends and family scattered, and I fell asleep with my still glowing amp at the foot of my bed.

It was heartbreaking to leave that place, to say the least. I honestly feel like we left a piece of our band there as we were being torn away from it. The perfect unity of life, and love, and music is something that only comes around so often and in certain circumstances. When you feel it coming on, you have to take hold of it. That place and those people made it possible for our band to take one, big final breath before the curtain closes. Thankfully, we have evidence of this in these songs that we’re giving to you today. Thank you, Saint Cecilia. You made us feel right at home.

And, the music? Maybe these songs are the breadcrumbs that will help us find our way back when it’s time. We could use a nice wander through the woods right about now. Another empty journal, another tap on the shoulder...those things are never far behind. It’s what lies ahead in those woods that excites me now....

So tonight, as I sit in my Berlin hotel room on our final tour for this album, counting down the days until we return home, I can’t help but wonder when we will see each other again. Who knows? But, with everything Foo Fighter related, it will only be when it feels right. And that’s a feeling that’s easy to feel.

To each and every one of you that made the past few years the best our band has ever had, thank you. You have all given us so much, and we are eternally grateful.

For real.

One foot in front of the other....

Dave

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Luke Bryan Debuts Sexy New Duet: The Ram Report

Luke Bryan Debuts Sexy New Duet: The Ram Report:

It seems Luke Bryan is entering his Barry White phase. On the heels of his romantic Number One "Strip It Down," the singer has released the duet "Home Alone Tonight" as his next single from Kill the Lights, premiering the sultry track last night with a live performance with Karen Fairchild on the American Music Awards.

Like "Strip It Down," "Home Alone Tonight" finds Bryan once again playing a character. But this time, it's one who has been dumped by an ex and takes his revenge by finding a one-night-stand at the bar.

"'Strip It Down' is the first time I've used that type of character singing," Bryan told Rolling Stone Country earlier this year. "I go back and listen to my heroes, and part of being a recording artist is developing a character for each song. I've gotten a little better at that."

Bryan clearly relished the AMAs performance with Little Big Town's Fairchild — her LBT bandmates introduced the collaboration — and both exuded an onstage chemistry that elevated the duet far past its studio version. Earlier in the evening, Bryan won Favorite Male Artist - Country at the awards, while Carrie Underwood triumphed in the Female category.

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RZA Is Ready for a Female President

RZA Is Ready for a Female President:

One day after Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, RZA gave an interview saying that the election signified America "practicing our principles passed down by our forefathers" in the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. With the country in election season again, the Wu-Tang mastermind tells Rolling Stone that those same principles should allow the country to be ready for a female president.

"I would be onboard with [a female president] because I understand that the world has yin and yang, and that would be very interesting for our country in the sense of its history," RZA says. "Seeing Barack Obama become president echoes the struggle for blacks to get out of slavery and then to see that somebody, 100-plus years later, can grow to be in that position. But even after slavery was abolished, women's rights were still not and they still had to fight for the right to vote. Why not take it another step further and give a female a chance?"

The rapper invoked the Declaration of Independence again when relaying his support for a female president. "When it says 'All men are created equal,' look at what that means: That means black men, brown men, red men, yellow men, white men, wo-men. She's a form of a man as well," RZA says. "Everybody starts off as that same cluster of cells, so I'm into that. I would support that."

The producer-rapper stopped short at endorsing Hillary Clinton or Carly Fiorina — "I haven't read into [Hillary's] policies and what she's going to hook up" — but says that the impact of electing a female president would be as significant as Obama's win.

"Look at America: we represent history, and we represent the world in a certain way. People look at us as a beacon," says the rapper. "And Barack Obama winning twice was a beacon of, 'Okay, this country, potentially, is shifting dynamics, and is accepting its people as people, as Americans, and not declassifying them because of that.' And for that to happen for a women as well is probably past overdue."

Still, the musician remains skeptical of all the current presidential candidates. "I'll just echo my wife: She was like, 'These are the people that are striving to be the next president of the United States?!' I definitely do not support Donald Trump, but I love his style of talking. I'm from New York and he's just a New Yorker, man. He's just like, 'Hey! They said [the GOP debate] was three hours. I made it two hours in two seconds.' What the fuck that got to do with president shit? I don't know, but….

"I'm not supporting none of those [candidates], though," he adds. "No disrespect, but it's like hiring a midget to play for the Lakers."

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JOLENE BLALOCK in Bikini in Hawaii

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LEA SEYDOUX in Rolling Stone Magazine, December 2015 Issue

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KATY PERRY on the Cover of Joy Magazine, Hungary December 2015 Issue

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ASHLEY BENSON at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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ARIANA GRANDE at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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ARIANA GRANDE Performs at American Music Awards 2015

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GIGI HADID at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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JENNIFER LOPEZ Performs at American Music Awards 2015

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KENDALL JENNER at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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ZENDAYA COLEMAN at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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BAILEE MADISON at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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DEMI LOVATO at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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DEMI LOVATO Performs at American Music Awards 2015

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SELENA GOMEZ at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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SELENA GOMEZ Performs at American Music Awards 2015

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CARRIE UNDERWOOD at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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ROCSI DIAZ at 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

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