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Billy Talent, K-OS Lead MMVA Nominations, Killers To Perform At Show

MuchMusic has announced their list of nominees, performers and celebrity guests for the 16th Annual MuchMusic Video Awards. The Awards take place June 19 in Toronto. The big event snagged The Killers, The Black Eyed Peas, K-OS, Billy Talent, Alexisonfire, Ciara and lip-synching wonder Ashlee Simpson to perform. The Backstreet Boys won’t actually sing at the show, but they will attend the MMVAs in the company of other celebrity guests Sum 41, Kalan Porter, Keshia Chante, Jully Black and Kelly Osbourne. TV stars Maggie Grace (from Lost), Everwood’s Chris Pratt and Survivor/Amazing Race contestants Rob and Amber will also attend.… Read more »


Billy Talent Jump On The Bus To Cover Canada

The boys of Billy Talent are leaving the comfortable confines of the T.Dot to take their rock to the Canadian masses. The Mississaugin’s will hit the Trans-Canada Highway in a few weeks to take their travelling band of punks to eager college kids and high school teens lucky enough to score their big brother’s ID. The Talent will play roughly 25 dates covering almost every part of the vast Canadian landscape. Despite the rabid fans ready to scoop up tickets, Billy Talent need a little help to kick-start their tour. For three dates, the boys will join punk pioneers Bad… Read more »


Talent And Representation Won Big At The 2019 Emmys

The 2019 Emmys were a bit lackluster in design, without a host and accompanied by the weird theme of “The Masked Singer” the show was a little off. What was completely on were the awards given to the diverse talent we are finally starting to see in Hollywood. Billy Porter is the first openly gay black man to receive the award for Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Jharrel Jerome was not only the first afro-Latino to be awarded Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie but also the youngest. Amazon Prime’s Fleabag was one star of the show… Read more »


Billy Idol Is Back for More, More, More

New York – Few musicians can boast the level of success that Billy Idol attained in the ’80s and early ’90s. Unfortunately, the “live hard and die young” punk rock ethos doesn’t come with a middle-age survival guide. “When you’re young you never think you’ll be a 50-year-old rocking out with the young bands,” Idol told The Associated Press. That’s exactly what Idol, 49, hopes to be doing next year. The pop-punk patriarch has just released “Devil’s Playground,” his first full-length album since 1993’s unremarkable “Cyberpunk.” With five million-sellers already under his belt, Idol hopes “Playground” will return him to… Read more »


MusiCares Honors Billy Joel

The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences’ MusiCares Foundation will bestow its annual Person of the Year award on Billy Joel next year. The singer-songwriter will be honored on February 25th at a dinner, concert and silent auction in Los Angeles. The event comes two days before the Grammy Awards, which will be broadcast on CBS. The award comes in recognition of Joel’s musical accomplishments, since his career began – he has had thirty three Top 40 hits and won five Grammy Awards – as well as his charitable endeavors. A longtime advocate of music education, Joel has been… Read more »

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