Taylor Swift is having one hell of a day for internet videos.
Earlier this afternoon Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty released his "interpretation" of Taylor Swift's 'Blank Space'.
Even if Tillman is taking a jab at Ryan Adams, I dig what he did with the track. A very Lou Reed soaked rendition.
What do you think? Should Father John Misty put out his own "1989" cover record?
My favorite Jewel song? "Intuition." There, I said it. Speaking of the yodeling '90s superstar, the "Howard Stern" regular appeared on the show Monday morning and spilled a little-known (if at all known) fact: Tupac Shakur invited her to Las Vegas with him the same weekend he was killed. Whaaat.
Given that the singer-songwriter was out promoting her new memoir "Never Broken: Songs Are Only Half the Story" and accompanying album "Picking Up the Pieces," I'm going to assume this tidbit is included in the book. In any event, Howard did most of the talking as he recounted the episode as he understood it:
In new horror film “Some Kind of Hate,” razors are the villain’s weapon of choice.
Thirty-one years ago today, KISS appeared in public for the first time without their trademark face paint.
Neil Patrick Harris' prank-centric variety series "Best Time Ever" premieres tonight. Seems ridiculous that he'd even try to top the outrageous stunt he pulled two years ago. It's the single most impressive thing I've seen the host of a major awards show perform on air.
On this day in 1984, the first MTV Video Music Awards were held at Radio City Music Hall. Dan Aykroyd and Bette Midler hosted, Madonna performed “Like a Virgin,” wearing her iconic bustier/wedding gown with a belt buckle that read “BOY TOY,” and Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” lost Video of the Year to The Cars’ “You Might Think.” The video for “Thriller” did, however, win Best Choreography and Viewers’ Choice.
The Beatles’ first single, “Love Me Do,” was recorded 52 years ago today at EMI Studios on London’s Abbey Road.
Grace Jones, the singer, supermodel, and onetime James Bond foe, is finally releasing a memoir entitled "I'll Never Write My Memoirs." She has plenty to recount, including her friendship with Andy Warhol, her childhood in Jamaica, and being a provocative pop culture presence at a time where you could go on "The Tonight Show" and rile people by not seeming down to Earth. Imagine.