Record Store Day has grown to become one of the most highly anticipated days of the year for many music fans around the world. Originally founded in 2007, the idea for Record Store Day was first inspired by a comment made by Bull Moose employee, Chris Brown, who said that there should be something similar to Free Comic Book Day for record stores. Eric Levin, Michael Kurtz, Carrie Colliston, Amy Dorfman, Don Van Cleave, and Brian Poehner made up the team that went on to make Record Store Day a reality. It is held on the third Saturday in April and is a time for independent record stores around the world to celebrate music from all genres. Music fans and artists gather together to enjoy live performances and deals on their favorite records from a variety of acts.
The 58th Grammy Awards ceremony, hosted for the fifth consecutive year by LL Cool J, will air on Monday night with an impressive lineup of artists set to perform throughout the evening. The show will open with a sure to be amazing performance by none other than Taylor Swift. The rest of the night promises to be full of entertainment and surprises with performances by around thirty top artists including Adele, Justin Bieber, Carrie Underwood, Rhianna, Demi Lovato, and The Alabama Shakes. Lady Gaga is also set to perform a tribute to the late David Bowie.
The first ever Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival is coming our way soon and we now know which of our favorite artists will be playing the huge show.
The new Justin Bieber Where Are You Now video was released just one day ago and has already amassed almost 4 million views.
Most of us know Selena Gomez as the breakthrough star of Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place,” where at 15 she became somewhat of a household name. Things have certainly changed for the star, as she has since had a very publicized relationship with Justin Bieber, been in a racy movie (Spring Breakers), is about […]