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Callwood at the Cooler #11

“Callwood at the Cooler” sees Brett Callwood waxing lyrical about events in the news, pop culture and the etc. This week’s topics include: Trump, Meryl Streep, and Dublin Celtic-rock heroes The Horslips.


Stars, rescuers rock in N.Y. concert tribute

Paul McCartney, Billy Joel and Elton John led music stars honoring the victims and rescue workers of the World Trade Center attack in a concert that celebrated the energy and pride of New York. Joel tapped into the city’s emotion singing “New York State of Mind,” stirring a crowd at Madison Square Garden that included rows of uniformed police, firefighters and their families dancing, singing and screaming at the more than five-hour gala. Movie stars, including Harrison Ford, Jim Carrey and Meg Ryan, also joined politicians such as former President Clinton and New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to launch what… Read more »


XM to Broadcast VH1's 'Concert for New York City'

XM Satellite Radio will broadcast “The Concert for New York City,” featuring dozens of the biggest names in entertainment, live at 7 pm Saturday on both its VH1 and “Special X” channels. “XM is proud to carry VH1 among its 100 channels of amazing radio, and proud to broadcast Saturday’s benefit concert for New York City,” said XM President and CEO Hugh Panero. XM will broadcast the five-hour concert live from 7 pm Eastern to midnight on both its VH1 (# 26) and Special X (# 30) channels. XM’s VH1 channel is dedicated to VH1’s programming while Special X is… Read more »


'NSync Takes Home Three Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

‘NSync was the top musical act at the seventh annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Tuesday (April 10) night at L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium, winning Favorite CD (No Strings Attached), Favorite Single (“Bye, Bye, Bye”), and Favorite Pop Group. The major music categories were mostly split, however, with a poodle-haired Christina Aguilera snagging Favorite Female Artist, Eminem taking Favorite Male Artist, and Destiny’s Child walking off with Favorite Group of the Year. Pink and Nelly were the Favorite New Artists. The most movie-related wins were reaped by Charlie’s Angels with three (plus one for cast member Lucy Liu in Shanghai Noon). Kate Hudson’s… Read more »


I Prevail Offers Tour Update Regarding Brian Burkheiser’s Health

There’s good news, and there’s bad news for I Prevail fans. The bad news is that lead singer Brian Burkheiser needs a little extra time at home to recover from surgery. The good news is, the rest of the band is still touring in May throughout the Midwest and in the UK and Europe. Eric Vanlerberghe and Dylan Bowman will cover for the frontman. Read more: House Of Protection Debuts Single, “It’s Supposed To Hurt” The band recently released a statement: “Brian recently underwent surgery for a longstanding medical issue in February. The doctors involved were confident this timeframe would… Read more »


boygenius Receives Seven Grammy Nominations For 2024 Awards Show

The Grammy nominations for the 2024 Awards Show dropped on November 10, and it’s clear that boygenius are beloved in both the alternative world and overall pop culture zeitgeist. Taking place on February 4 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, the Grammy Awards will stream at 8 PM ET CBS and Paramount +. Fans of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus can see their faves hopefully win for Album of The Year and Best Alternative Music Album with the record, Best Rock Performance, Record Of The Year, and Best Rock Song with “Not Strong Enough,” Best Alternative Music… Read more »


9 Best Taylor Swift Covers From Alternative Stars

  God is real, and her name is Taylor Swift. Whether or not you’re on board with Swiftie mania, it’s impossible to deny that the record-breaking artist is an industry-changing champion. From country to pop and rock to indie, she defies genre and definitely has a streak of emo running through her veins, as she’s noted Pete Wentz as a major songwriting inspiration in the past. After all, her vault tracks from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) include collaborations with Fall Out Boy and Paramore’s Hayley Williams. You also can’t forget “Two Is Better Than One” with Boys Like Girls or… Read more »

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