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Wednesday
Jul232014

Madonna's Daughter Lourdes Leon Reflects on High School and Prom

Rich Schmitt/AFP/GettyImagesMadonna's daughter Lourdes Leon will be off to college soon, but for now, the 17-year-old writes on her Material World blog that she's excited to be graduating from high school and attending her prom.

Lourdes writes, "HEY to all the readers. I don't know if u heard (sarcasm) but I GRADUATED. GRAAAAAD. UATED. From High School.  It's very difficult to wrap my head around because I feel like it’s something I've been talking about FOR EVER and it finally happened. There also isn't the ominous presence of another year of high school and test taking up ahead like there usually is when you're about mid-way into the beautiful summer."

As for her prom, Lourdes explains, "A week before graduation I attended the classic party every American teenager goes to despite the really bad music -- this is known as prom. What can I say? Those of you who have been probably know exactly what I’m talking about," she wrote.

And Madonna’s daughter had a message for her prom dj’s as well.  She jokes, "Note to the prom dj's who feel the need to play 'please don't stop the music' (what a prom classic I know they played that at your prom!) 5 times in 3 hours.  Of course despite all of these weird prom factors, I got to spend an entire weekend kicking it with my high school homies. It was a great way to end the year."

Lourdes graduated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art Performing Arts in New York City last month.  She's next headed to her mom's alma mater, the University of Michigan.


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Ted Nugent's Idaho Concert Cancelled Due to What Casino Calls "Racist Attitudes and Views"

Jenny Risher/MSO PRTed Nugent's penchant for speaking his mind has gotten him into hot water again. The Coeur d'Alene Tribe has canceled the "Motor City Madman's" August 4 appearance at its casino in Idaho.

A statement on the casino's Facebook page states that the show was canceled after "Nugent's history of racist and hate-filled remarks was brought to the Tribal Council's attention." 

Chief Allan, chairman of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, says in the statement that the tribe it "has always been about human rights -- for decades, we have worked individually and as a Tribe to make sure that each and every person is treated equally and with respect and dignity.  We know what it’s like to be the target of hateful messages and we would never want to perpetuate hate in any way.”

Laura Stensgar, executive director of marketing for the Coeur d’Alene Casino, adds, “We adamantly do not want our casino to be used as a venue for the racist attitudes and views that Ted Nugent espouses.”

She defended the initial decision to book the 65-year-old rocker by explaining that, “We were looking at him from an entertainment perspective, as an 80s rock ‘n roller who we thought folks might enjoy.”

Stensgar goes on to say, “We take the comments and concerns of our community very seriously and we apologize to anyone who was offended by the idea that we would promote these kinds of attitudes. We will do our best to avoid such mistakes moving forward.”

The casino will refund the full ticket price for anyone has purchased tickets to the show.

While Nugent doesn't directly mention the casino, he wrote in a lengthy Facebook post Tuesday, "No matter how much of a supeduper bad**s I think I am, I am obviously a much badder**s than even I think I am, for the fact that the America hating commie left Saul Alinsky-Joseph Goebbells liberal democrat punks have dedicated an entire army to abandon their own lives to unite to destroy mine."

He adds that it "proves beyond any shadow of any doubt how incredibly effective I am at spotlighting these freedom hating cockroaches & impeding their fundamental transformation ie;destruction of America."


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Ryan Tedder: Idea for "Love Runs Out" Fell Out of the Clouds and Into His Car

LeAnn Mueller/Interscope RecordsHow do we know that OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder is a songwriting genius?  Because unlike most writers, he doesn't have to slave away in the studio to come up with a song: for him, ideas for hits simply "fall from the clouds."  Exhibit A: the band's current single, "Love Runs Out."

"Love Runs Out" is a song that didn't originally appear on OneRepublic's album Native -- they put it out after the fact, after Ryan finally finished writing it, and realized he had something great on his hands.  As Ryan explains, he had started the tune quite some time ago, but was never able to complete it.

"When I wrote it, it was right before Coachella a coupla years ago," he tells ABC News Radio. "It's kinda my song about music.  And I couldn't finish it. And I was working on the U2 album in Malibu in January, driving to the studio, [and] the song came on my playlist."

"I hadn't heard it in a year," he recalls, "and out of nowhere, the entire chorus literally fell from the clouds, into the car."

So Ryan did what any self-respecting songwriter would do. "I pulled over to the side of the road, recorded it on my iPhone, and called my manager," he says. "And I said, 'I might wanna switch gears, I have this song...' and here we are now!" 

OneRepublic initially planned to release a song called "I Lived" as the second single from Native, but "Love Runs Out" took its place.  In addition to finding it on Native, you'll find "I Lived" on the upcoming soundtrack for the movie The Giver, along with a brand-new OneRepublic song, "Ordinary Human."


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Wednesday
Jul232014

ZZ Top's Dusty Hill Says He's Looking Forward to Getting Rid of the "Stones in My Passway"

Image Courtesy of Ross HalfinZZ Top announced on Monday that it has to postpone the start of its U.S. summer tour because bassist Dusty Hill needs surgery to remove a pair of kidney stones.  Now, Hill has issued a statement poking a little fun at his ailment.

Referencing to a classic song by late blues legend Robert Johnson, the 65-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer quipped, "I got stones in my passway," then added, "...but my doctor says not for long."  ZZ Top has canceled six upcoming concerts because of Hill's condition, which is expected to put him out of action for about two weeks.  The band now will launch its trek with an August 6 headlining show in Sturgis, South Dakota, two days before kicking off a previously announced joint tour with Jeff Beck in Missoula, Montana.

Looking forward to ZZ Top's forthcoming road trip, Hill again paraphrased Johnson, this time reworking a line from "Terraplane Blues," saying, "We're booked and we're bound to go."  He added, "I had stones in my passway but you know those old boulders couldn't last, I had stones in my passway but those stones will soon be in my past."

You can check out the band's full confirmed tour schedule at ZZTop.com.

In other news, ZZ Top released its new concert video Live at Montreux 2013 on Tuesday.  The video, which is available on DVD and Blu-ray, features the Texas trio performing such well-known songs as "Sharp Dressed Man," "Legs," "La Grange" and "Tush," as well as three tunes from the group's 2012 album, La Futura, and a cover of the Jimi Hendrix Experience's "Foxey Lady."


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Godsmack Offers Two Instant Song Downloads with Digital Album Pre-order

Image Courtesy Paul Brown/Universal Music GroupGodsmack's sixth album, 1000hp, doesn't arrive in stores until August 5, but fans can get an immediate two-song taste by purchasing it in advance through iTunes.

By pre-ordering, fans will have access to instant downloads of the title track and "Generation Day."  The band is still offering pre-order packages on Godsmack.com featuring colored vinyl, clothing and signed drumheads.

Look for Godsmack on the road later this summer as part of the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival, which begins August 15 in Clarkston, Michigan, at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Joe Nichols Says "Yeah" to Some Downtime in the Bahamas with His Wife, Heather

Image Courtesy Red Bow RecordsJoe Nichols had to go back on tour shortly after he and his wife, Heather, welcomed their baby girl, Georgia Blue, nine weeks ago.

He tells ABC News Radio, "I feel for Mama right now 'cause I'm gone so much. She's kinda having to pull double-duty with the two-year-old and with our nine-week-old now. She's probably pretty wore out."

Joe now wants Heather to just kick back, relax and say "Yeah," just like he sings about it in his latest hit, so he's taking her to the Bahamas in the next week for some R&R. Joe expects Heather to get some good sleep on the trip as well.

"She can lay back on the beach and just say, 'Yeah,'" Joe says, before making a snoring sound.  "A little bit of snoring. That's right."

This trip marks Joe's first time back to the Bahamas since singing at Anna Nicole Smith's funeral there in 2007. He says, "I think the place we're going to is a pretty stellar place. I hear it is."

Joe could definitely use some downtime after undergoing back surgery just four weeks ago, according to The Country Vibe. Joe went against his doctors to return to the road just four days after surgery to repair an injury in his lower back from long-distance running.


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Whitney Houston's Mother Reacts to Houston Biopic: "Let Her Rest"

Image courtesy Legacy RecordingsIt's no secret that Whitney Houston's family does not support Lifetime’s upcoming biopic, but the late singer's mother Cissy Houston is now officially expressed her feelings on the matter.

"Lifetime has chosen to go ahead with the movie about Whitney in spite of my family’s objections. No one connected with this movie knew Whitney or anything about her relationship with Bobby [Brown]," Cissy tells Entertainment Tonight.

She continued, "In the two years since Whitney’s death, many people have stepped forward to speak about their close relationship with her. I find it difficult to believe people who knew and supposedly loved her would participate in a movie about her done by folks who didn’t know her."

After being "exhausted" by the people who did not know her, Cissy has one final request: "Please, please let her rest."

The Angela Bassett-directed film has recruited R&B singer Deborah Cox to provide vocal tracks since "music rights and clearances are still being worked out," a Lifetime rep told E! Online last week. The movie, starring America's Next Top Model runner-up Yaya DaCosta, is set to premiere next year.


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockMiranda Lambert has been covering ZZ Top's "Give Me All Your Lovin'" during her recent live shows.

Jake Owen has selected "What We Ain't Got" as the follow-up single to his #1 hit, "Beachin'."


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Wednesday
Jul232014

One Month In, KISS/Def Leppard Tour Is a Giant Success

Courtesy of KISS and Def LeppardIt's a month into KISS' 40th anniversary tour -- a co-headlining outing with Def Leppard -- and a source for the trek tells ABC News Radio, "It's been an amazing few weeks."  The sheer magnitude of the stage shows is enormous, requiring dozens of trucks, buses and assorted vehicles to cart around the sets and equipment from amphitheater to amphitheater.

Because it's a summer tour, the venues are outdoors.  Paul Stanley joked that although KISS tries "to be observant of low-flying planes when we're outdoors, [being outside] doesn't change anything because what we do comes from the heart.  What we do comes from who we are."

The singer said that "being outside in the summer is a terrific dichotomy, contrast between what we do and being outside in the midst of a great summer night with the stars shining," but he also noted that indoor shows "[have their] pluses [as well]."  In the end, said Stanley, "We've been doing this for 40 years.  The reason people still buy tickets...is because you know that we will deliver the goods."

Here are the rest of the KISS/Def Leppard tour dates:

7/23 -- Tampa, FL, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater
7/25 -- Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live
7/26 -- Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center
8/1 -- Mansfield, MA, Xfinity Center
8/2 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Boardwalk Hall
8/3 -- Camden, NJ, Susquehanna Bank Center
8/5 -- Saratoga Springs, NY, Saratoga Performing Arts Center
8/6 -- Wantagh, NY, Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
8/8 -- Virginia Beach, VA, Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
8/9 -- Scranton, PA, Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
8/10 -- Hartford, CT, The Xfinity Theatre
8/12 -- Toronto, Canada, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
8/13 -- Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
8/15 -- East Troy, WI, Alpine Valley Music Theater
8/16 -- Tinley Park, IL, First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
8/17 -- Minneapolis, MN, Target Center
8/20 -- Des Moines, IA, Wells Fargo Arena
8/22 -- Noblesville, IN, Klipsch Music Center
8/23 -- Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
8/24 -- Burgettstown, PA, First Niagara Pavilion
8/26 -- Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center
8/28 -- Maryland Heights, MO, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
8/29 -- Tulsa, OK, BOK Center
8/31 -- The Woodlands, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Rivers Cuomo Says Weezer Went "All-In Again" to Make "Everything Will Be Alright in the End"

Image Courtesy Universal Music Group DistributionWeezer leader Rivers Cuomo realizes that listening and buying habits have changed a lot in recent years, but that didn't alter the creative approach he took making Everything Will Be Alright in the End, the band's first album since 2010.

Speaking with BBC Radio 1 host Huw Stephens on Monday, Cuomo said song playlists, shuffle-mode listening and single-song purchasing are "not where we come from."  For Everything Will Be Alright in the End, Cuomo and his band mates went "all-in again" to write and record a great album "like the good old days."

"I think there is a feeling of confidence there that whatever happens ... our fans around us, [who] we are so close to now, are really going to appreciate this," Cuomo said.  "That's really the most important thing to us."

Calling from a studio in Santa Monica, California, Cuomo told Stephens that the new Weezer album, due September 30, is "about 99 percent done."  He also talked about the band booking shows at small venues and playing Everything Will Be Alright in the End from front to back.


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett to Star in Live TV Special This Fall 

PRNewsFoto/Interscope RecordsLady Gaga and Tony Bennett have recorded a duet album of jazz standards called Cheek to Cheek, which is due this fall.  But the singers are also teaming up for a live concert special, which will air on PBS in October.

Called Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live, the special will air Friday, October 24 as part of PBS' Great Performances series.  The concert will be broadcast live from New York City's Time Warner Center, the location of Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Theater.  The concert will see the two artists crooning favorites from their new disc. So far, there's no firm release date for the album.

Gaga and Bennett first sang together a few years ago on Bennett's hit album Duets II, and he later appeared on her ABC Thanksgiving special.  Since then, the two have performed onstage together a number of times, and Bennett has raved about what an accomplished singer and artist Gaga is.  Bennett is also an accomplished artist and has drawn a portrait of Gaga, which he auctioned off for charity.  Not long ago, she had herself tattooed with a sketch he drew of a trumpet.

If you want something to watch on PBS in the meantime, Jason Mraz's episode of the PBS series Live from the Artists Den just started airing this week.


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Wednesday
Jul232014

Jason Aldean Won't Be "Burnin' It Down" in Bed with Florida Georgia Line

Image Courtesy Broken Bow RecordsFlorida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are co-writers on Jason Aldean's brand-new, sexy single, "Burnin' It Down," and Jason was looking to include a vocal collaboration with FGL on his upcoming studio album. So, why didn't they just trade vocals on "Burnin' It Down?"

"I don't know if this particular song really would be the song that fits them," Jason says with a grin. "You know, three guys singing a song about burning it down with each other?  I'm not sure that's a message we all want to send."

Speaking of the song's racy lyrics, Jason adds with a laugh, "Laying naked in the bed with Tyler and BK? I'm out. I mean, I like those guys, but not like that."

In all seriousness, Jason is a big fan of Florida Georgia Line, and they're touring together on Jason's Burn It Down tour all year long.  Says Jason, "I love what they've brought to the table over the last couple years. I think it's been a shot in the arm for country music, for sure."

As for what fans can expect on his upcoming album beyond "Burnin' It Down," Jason says, "There are some different things on this new album, and I hope this sets a good tone for what's to come."

"Burnin' It Down" was released to radio and all digital outlets Tuesday.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Joe Perry Honors Slash at Inaugural "Alternative Press" Music Awards; Joan Jett, Billy Corgan Also Among Winners

Graham Fielder/Alternative PressAerosmith's Joe Perry made a surprise appearance at the inaugural Alternative Press Music Awards on Monday at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, where he presented his friend and current tour mate, Slash, with the Guitar Legend Award.

Introducing the former Guns N' Roses star, Perry noted, "He came up in a generation after mine, but he always had great respect for the musicians who came on before him.  To his own generation he became a superstar, and deservedly so.  Now, to all generations, he's become a model of great guitar playing and an icon of his own right."

For his part, Slash thanked Alternative Press magazine, adding, "It's quite an honor to be included on your list of awards tonight, especially for something like guitar legend, which is very humbling…I loved playing guitar since I was 14 years old and it's nice to get recognized for it, and it officially means I've been doing it a long f**king time."

Among the evening's many other honorees were Joan Jett and Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, who were presented respectively with the Icon Award and the Vanguard Award.  Jett also was one of the rockers who performed at the ceremony, playing her classic "Bad Reputation” with The Vacancies' Billy Crooked, her new tune "Soulmates to Strangers" with Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace, and a cover of The Rolling Stones' "Star Star" with some help from Slash.

The event also included performances by The Misfits, Fall Out Boy, rapper Ice-T's thrash metal group Body Count, and Korn's Jonathan Davis, who teamed up with the band Asking Alexandria for a rendition of Duran Duran's "Hungry Like the Wolf."

You can check out complete coverage of the inaugural Alternative Press Music Awards at AltPress.com/APTV.

Here's the complete list of winners:

Best Vocalist -- Brendon Urie, Panic! at the Disco
Best Live Band -- Pierce the Veil
Breakthrough Band -- Crown the Empire
Best Bassist -- Jaime Preciado, Pierce the Veil
Best International Band -- Bring Me the Horizon
Artist Philanthropic Award -- All Time Low
Best Guitarist -- Phil Manansala, Of Mice & Men
Vanguard Award -- Billy Corgan
Best Drummer -- Mike Fuentes, Pierce the Veil
Icon Award -- Joan Jett
Most Dedicated Fans -- Black Veil Brides
Guitar Legend Award -- Slash
Song of the Year -- All Time Low with Vic Fuentes of Pierce the Veil
Album of the Year -- Bring Me the Horizon, Sempiternal
Artist of the Year -- Fall Out Boy


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Brian Wilson Biopic to Premiere at Toronto International Film Festival in September

Walt Disney Records/Universal MusicLove & Mercy, the upcoming biopic focusing on troubled Beach Boys mastermind Brian Wilson, will be among the movies that will get their world premieres at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, Billboard reports.  The fest is scheduled to run from September 4 to September 14.

As previously reported, Love & Mercy will feature John Cusack as an older Brian, while Paul Dano will portray Wilson as a young man.  The film is described as presenting "an unconventional portrait" of Wilson that will depict various important episodes in his life, including his artistic achievements with The Beach Boys, his struggles with mental illness and substance abuse, his relationship with the Svengali-like therapist Eugene Landy and the new contentment he found after meeting his current wife, Melinda.

Love & Mercy was directed by Bill Pohlad, who has produced such acclaimed films as 12 Years a Slave, The Tree of Life and Brokeback Mountain.  The biopic will feature Paul Giamatti as Landy and Elizabeth Banks as Melinda.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Soundtrack for "The Giver" to Feature OneRepublic, Aloe Blacc, Rixton, Capital Cities

School Boy/Interscope Records Taylor Swift is one of the stars of the upcoming movie The Giver, based on the popular young adult novel, but she's not on the soundtrack. The artists who are on the soundtrack are still pretty good, though.

As previously reported, OneRepublic has contributed a brand-new track to the project.  The song, called "Ordinary Human," was written specifically for the movie.  The soundtrack also includes the OneRepublic song "I Lived," which appears on their current album Native. 

In a statement, singer Ryan Tedder says, "The Giver is a favorite book of ours and we’re all incredibly thrilled to see it brought to the big screen. It’s a huge honor to contribute our music to a movie that’s not only an amazing story, but also has a cast of actors that we admire so much, like Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep. We hope our fans are just as excited about it as we are.”

In addition to OneRepublic, the collection includes "Here Today" by Aloe Blacc, from his current album Lift Your Spirit; a song called "Whole," by British band Rixton; and "One Minute More," the current single by "Safe and Sound" duo Capital Cities.

The soundtrack arrives August 5; the movie itself is in theaters August 15.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Hootie & the Blowfish Launch Their Own Craft Beer 

Credit: Chuck ArlundEver since Hootie & the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker became a solo country music star, we don't hear much about the band, but that doesn't mean it's not still a going concern.  In fact, the band -- including Darius -- has teamed up with a Florida brewing company to create their very own craft beer.

Called Hootie's Homegrown Ale, the beverage is described as a "refreshing and light lager-like ale," and all the members of the group were deeply involved in developing it.   While the brew was created by Rock Brothers Brewery in Tampa, Florida, it's being manufactured and distributed by a company in the band's home state of South Carolina: Palmetto Brewing.  Five percent of beer sales will go to the band's Hootie & the Blowfish Foundation, which focuses on public education issues in South Carolina.

Hootie's Homegrown Ale hit restaurants and bars in Charleston, South Carolina, this past week, and it will be released statewide on August 9 in conjunction with the band's 12th annual Homegrown concert, scheduled for Daniel Island, South Carolina.

The beer's release is also part of the celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of the band's multi-million-selling debut album, Cracked Rear View, which came out in July of 1994.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Mariah Carey Hints at Upcoming Tour in New Voice Message

Image Courtesy ABC/Donna SvennevikMariah Carey has hinted that she will soon hit a city near you with a brand-new tour.

The singer announced the news in a newly-recorded voice message welcoming her Lambs to her redesigned website, MariahCarey.com,

"Hi Lambs, welcome to the brand new MariahCarey.com. Stay tuned as we continue adding more sections and pow moments to the site. We're also gonna be coming up with some festive contests for the lambily!" she says in the recording.

She then adds, "Lastly, I just wanted to thank everyone for always supporting me. You know Me. I Am Mariah… It's only the beginning! The elusive chanteuse, dahhlings! I can't wait to see you when I hit the road, starting very soon and I'm very excited about it! Love ya much, bye bye!"

The upcoming outing will further support her latest album, Me. I Am Mariah...The Elusive Chanteuse, which peaked at number three on the Billboard album chart.  Mariah's last extensive tour was the Angels Advocate tour, which wrapped up in February of 2010.

Mariah has been leaving voice messages for her fans for years; in this new one, she refers back to those old messages by signing off in her traditional way: saying "Love ya much!" and adding, "Buh-Bye!" in a high, squeaky voice.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Master P Announces Upcoming Trilogy Biopic

Image Courtesy No Limit RecordsMaster P has announced plans to film a biopic, which is being dubbed the "greatest urban trilogy since the Godfather."

The first installment will be The Ice Cream Man, which is named after his 1996 platinum album. The film will chronicle Master P’s humble upbringing prior to forming No Limit Records in 1990.

TRU, the part two of the trilogy, will focus on how he created one of the most influential groups in hip hop, while the final film, No Limit the Empire, will cover the label's overall success -- at one point, No Limit had more than 18 records on the Billboard 200 chart at one time.

The rapper wrote the upcoming film project with Pardé Bridget and Wayne Conley. His production company, CP3 Filmworks, is currently casting actors to play the younger Master P.

Filming will begin in 2015.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Beyonce Shares Family Photo Following Divorce Rumors

Image Courtesy Cliff Lipson/CBSBeyonce seemingly has a response for the recent marital rumors surrounding herself and husband Jay Z.

Just a day after a source close to the couple told the New York Post's Page Six they plan on splitting following their On the Run tour, the singer uploaded a picture on Instagram to show that her family is intact.

In the image, Bey and Jay hold the hands of their two-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, who is lifted from the sidewalk.

Seeming to read between the lines, one fan commented: "I hope y'all really don't get a divorce. You guys are the sh**."

Beyonce used the same tactic to dispel family drama rumors by posting images of herself with Solange shortly after her younger sister attacked Jay inside an elevator at a Met Gala after-party back in May.


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Tuesday
Jul222014

Phish Plots Fall Tour of the West Coast

Image Courtesy JEMP Records/Autumn DeWildePhish's summer tour begins Friday in North Carolina, and now comes word that the band will also be on the road this fall for a string of dates on the West Coast.

An online ticket request is going on now through Tickets.Phish.com for the 12-date autumn trek, which begins October 17 in Eugene, Oregon.  General-public ticket sales will start August 7.

Here are Phish's fall tour dates:

10/17 -- Eugene, OR, Matthew Knight Arena
10/18 -- Seattle, WA, Key Arena
10/21-22 -- Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara County Bowl
10/24 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Forum
10/25 -- San Diego, CA, Sleep Train Amphitheatre
10/27, 28, 29 -- San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
10/31, 11/1-2 -- Las Vegas, NV, MGM Grand

 
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