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Leanne Bowes – Demi Lovato Bass Player & Musical Director

What an impressive career Leanne Bowes has had! Leanne tells us about her journey to working in music, playing bass for huge bands such as Demi Lovato, Big Time Rush, Tones & I, Dove Cameron and so many more! She also talks all about her role as Demi Lovato’s music director, and touring!


Demi Lovato And The Maine Burn Like “Neon Lights” On New Collab

Demi Lovato is a chameleon. The powerhouse vocalist successfully outdoes herself in every genre she touches, whether it be pop, R&B, or somewhere in-between. These days, Lovato is dazzling her fans with rock performances, and is diving further into her alternative roots with the release of her new album, REVAMPED. The 10-track collection of songs takes tracks from each stage of her career and rearranges them for a grittier, punk-infused sonic experience. REVAMPED proves that Lovato not only has a seat at the alternative/rock genre’s table but deserves a throne.  There are a few standout collaborators on the record, including… Read more »


The Maine And Demi Lovato Are Releasing A Track Together

The Maine is the band that keeps on giving. Not only did they just release their ninth self-titled studio album on August 1, they also just announced their forthcoming collaboration with none other than “29” singer Demi Lovato.  Lovato is on track to release Revamped, a collection of her biggest hits reimagined into rock anthems, on September 15. Today, she gave fans a taste of what’s to come with a rock version of “Confident,” and previously shared heavy-tinged tracks “Sorry Not Sorry” featuring Slash, “Cool For The Summer,” and “Heart Attack.” Coming up, Lovato and The Maine will join forces… Read more »


Demi Lovato Drops New Rock Version Of “Heart Attack”

Demi Lovato has breathed new life into their 2013 hit single “Heart Attack” in the form of a smashing new rock experience. The electropop-infused original version was a massive success, to say the least. Peaking at number 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100, it was later certified quadruple platinum, selling over 2 Million copies in the United States. We can all agree that the song was a banger. With Lovato’s most recent album, HOLY FVCK, being a returning venture to their early rock-inspired roots…this new spin only makes sense. Lovato announced the new track Monday, March 20th via Instagram,… Read more »


News Flashes 02.18.21: Demi Lovato, Flushing Hate Crime Resolved, Donald Glover, Shudder Black Horror, Nintendo News, Constantine

Clockwise from Top Left: Photo via Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil YouTube Trailer, Photo by NASA/Bill Ingalls, Photo via Animal Crossing Twitter/Nintendo Today we’ve got the trailer to Demi Lovato’s new documentary, justice served in Flushing, NY hate crime, deets on Donald Glover’s new deal, Shudder’s order for a Black horror anthology, Nintendo updates and a new Constantine series. Demi Lovato Tells All Demi Lovato is putting it all on the table in her upcoming documentary Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil. The film sheds light on her 2018 drug overdose and how it has impacted her day to… Read more »


Demi Lovato Hospitalized for Heroin Overdose

Disney actress turned pop superstar Demi Lovato has reportedly suffered an overdose on heroin. The songstress has been taken to a hospital in Los Angeles after the incident. Throughout the years Demi has struggled with addiction in many forms. Her personal demons have led her to alcohol, self harm, drugs, and eating disorders. As a result they’ve also led her to multiple rehabilitation programs. The overdose comes just weeks after she released a song admitting her lost sobriety. Demi has told us all to stay strong in the face of pain time and time again and we’re wishing her all… Read more »

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