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Liza Minnelli collapses on stage in Sweden

Veteran entertainer Liza Minnelli collapsed on stage a few songs into a performance in Sweden’s second city and was taken to hospital before being discharged on Thursday, a concert promoter said. Minnelli collapsed during a Christmas show Wednesday night and fell off the side of the stage but was caught by a technician and escaped additional injuries, said Michael Silfverskiold, a local promoter. “It was a terrible situation,” he said. “She fell off the side of the stage. The production manager caught her.” Minnelli, 61, was appearing in a Christmas show, together with Swedish performers. It was the final show… Read more »


Nick & Aaron Carter's Mom Arrested In Beating Of Woman

Jane Carter, the 44-year-old mother of pop singers Aaron Carter and Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, was arrested and charged with battery in an alleged attack on her estranged husband’s girlfriend, Ginger Elrod. The alleged incident took place the evening of Tuesday, January 13th at Robert Carter’s Marathon, Florida home. According to a report filed by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, Carter used a rock to break a window and then entered her husband’s home in the Florida Keys. She then made her way to the bedroom where her husband and Elrod were asleep. Jane dragged the 29-year-old Elrod out of… Read more »


VH1 Rocking with Revamp

Newly installed VH1 toppers Brian Graden and Christina Norman are moving quickly to put their stamp on the struggling music cable network, greenlighting an aggressive fall slate of series and specials aimed at building on the channel’s still-strong retro music brand. VH1 is also beefing up its “Movies That Rock” franchise, snagging the broadcast premiere of the Oscar-winning “Moulin Rouge” and several other theatricals. And rather than simply repurposing other networks’ music specials, Graden wants VH1 to sign A-level talent for original concert specials. The flurry of activity comes barely three months after Graden was named entertainment president of the… Read more »


Jackson Plans Neverland Computer School for Kids

Michael Jackson loves watching “Sesame Street,” plans to make a movie with close friend Liza Minnelli, and says he will build a computer school on the grounds of his Neverland estate so his own kids won’t have to go “into society.” In a rare interview, published on Thursday in TV Guide magazine to promote “Invincible” – his first album of original music in six years – Jackson also said he always felt awkward off stage and that some of his closest friends were celebrities who had also started out as child stars. “People who grew up as child stars have… Read more »


Jermaine Jackson To Reunite With His Brothers Onstage After All

Jermaine Jackson will be reuniting with the Jackson 5 for the “Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration, The Solo Years,” after all. After feuding for the last month with the show’s producer, David Gest, over ticket prices, guest list and lineups for the all-star events, Jermaine agreed on Friday (August 10) to perform at the September 7 and 10 shows in New York. Both the Jackson 5 (Michael, Jackie, Marlon, Tito and Jermaine) and the Jacksons (Michael, Jackie, Marlon, Tito and Randy) will perform at the concerts, to be held at Madison Square Garden. Mary J. Blige, who was scheduled to… Read more »


Michael Jackson's First Mainland Performance In Over 11 Years

“An all-star salute to ‘The King Of Pop’, MICHAEL JACKSON: 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, THE SOLO YEARS has been set for two dates, Friday, September 7, 2001 and Monday, September 10, 2001 at Madison Square Garden at 7:40 P.M.,” announced David Gest, producer of the event. According to Gest, tickets to the public will go on sale Thursday, July 26th through the Madison Square Garden Box Office and Ticketmaster for both performances. Ticket prices for the concert only will range from $45.00 to $500.00 per seat. The event will mark Michael Jackson’s first live performance on a mainland stage in eleven… Read more »


EMI/Capitol Records To Release Five Pet Shop Boys Albums

To commemorate their 20th anniversary, Pet Shop Boys will reissue five of their original studio albums – “Please,” “Actually,” “Introspective,” “Behaviour” and “Very” – on July 3, 2001. Each has been re-mastered and will be accompanied by a bonus CD in a custom slipcase. For the five bonus CDs, each titled “Further Listening,” the British duo have compiled a compelling selection of mixes, hits, previously unheard versions and b-sides that, together with the re-mastered studio albums, documents their career from 1984 until 1994. In addition, each album comes with a bonus 36-page booklet featuring full lyrics, rare archive photographs and… Read more »


12 Songs To Dedicate To Your Music Lovin’ Mom This Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, meaning it’s time to prep your brunches, order nice flowers, and make a sick playlist for your mom, grandma, older sister, and/or whoever had a hand in making you the rockstar you are today. While we can’t order an Edible Arrangement for you, we have handpicked our favorite tracks that honor all forms of motherhood and womanhood.  Stereotypically, pop-punkers and modern rockers are associated with hating their hometowns and hurling all their angst at their parents. From twenty one pilots’ breakout single “House Of Gold” all the way to Miley Cyrus’ 2019 feminist anthem “Mother’s… Read more »

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