Entertain Your Brain!
Home | Movies | TV | Music | Books | Video Games | FAQ | Links

Web entertainyourbrain.com

Sign up below to get
the FREE Entertain Your Brain
Weekly Newsletter today!


Powered by

LinkShare  Referral  Prg


Music News
smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes) smallsmily.gif (85 bytes)

News 11/03/2006

A fan threw a drink at Barbra Streisand during a performance in Sunrise, Florida Monday because of a mid-concert skit mocking President Bush.

Mick Jagger's sore throat is forcing the Rolling Stones to delay still more shows and cancel a date in Honolulu, according to a statement on the band's Website. A Nov. 3 show in Vancouver was pushed back to Nov. 25, a Nov. 5 show in Oakland was pushed back until Nov. 6 and a Nov. 18 show in Los Angeles was pushed back to Nov. 22.

Kylie Minogue will take the stage Nov. 11 in Sydney, Australia to resume the tour she was forced to abandon after she was diagnosed with breast cancer last year.

Apple is launching iTunes Latino, a new iTunes Music Store dedicated to Latin music, videos, TV shows, audiobooks, and podcasts, the company announced Wednesday.

Flavor Flav is expecting his seventh child, though not with Deelishis, the winner of the second season of his VH1 show, "Flavor of Love 2," he confirmed during a radio interview. And he's not stopping there. "I want 10 [children]. And one thing I will never do is deny any of my kids," he said.

Prince is opening a nightclub at Las Vegas' Rio hotel, which will host his concerts as well as concerts by the artists on his NPG label.

"Hannah Montana," the soundtrack to the Disney series by the same name, topped the Billboard charts with over 280,000 copies sold. The album is Disney's third major hit of the year, following on the heels of "Cheetah Girls" and "High School Musical."

Madonna buttered up Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa by asking Philbin to audition to be godfather to her new son, David, and Ripa to try out as one of her backup dancers.

Busta Rhymes was ticketed Thursday for talking on his cell phone while driving in Manhattan, police said. It's the second recent vehicular incident for the rapper, who was arrested in August after allegedly attacking a man who spit on his car.

Justin Timberlake scored Best Pop and Best Male Artist honors Thursday at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Copenhagen. Christina Aguilera was named Best Female Artist and Red Hot Chili Peppers snagged Best Album for Stadium Arcadium. Kanye West took the stage at the MTV Europe Awards to protest his loss in the Best Video category, arguing he should have won because his video for "Touch the Sky" "cost a million dollars" and "Pamela Anderson was in it."

Shakira dominated the Latin Grammys with a total of four wins, including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year.

Five North Carolina police officers are suing The Game for defamation over his version of his arrest last fall at a mall, after he said he was nabbed for signing autographs and compared himself to Rodney King.

Snoop Dogg has been charged with one felony count of possession of a deadly weapon stemming from his attempt to board a plane with a 21-inch collapsible baton in his belongings. If found guilty, the rapper faces a maximum of three years in prison.

News 10/31/2006

Madonna told Meredith Vieira in an interview airing on NBC Wednesday and Thursday that David's father turned down her offer to provide him with financial aid to help him raise his son. The singer also revealed that she will educate the baby in Kabbalah, but if "he wants to be a Christian, then so be it."

A Rolling Stones concert that was canceled in New Jersey Friday due to Mick Jagger's aching throat has been rescheduled for Nov. 17, promoters said, while a nightclub show at New York's Beacon Theater Tuesday was pushed back to Wednesday.

Yusuf Islam, the artist formerly known as Cat Stevens, is joining the lineup for the annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on Dec. 11 in Oslo, Norway.

Michael Jackson is collaborating with will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas on tracks for a supposedly forthcoming new album, he told "Access Hollywood" in an interview airing Thursday and Friday. "I think he's doing wonderful, innovative, positive, great music," Jackson said of the rapper-producer.

Kenny G was named the best golfer among musicians according to Golf Digest's "Top 100 in Music." Justin Timberlake came in 15th, Snoop Dogg was ranked 44th, and Pink took the 100 spot.

EMI has licensed Dean Martin's name, image, and likeness to market products related to the late crooner.

Heavy D is suing his former insurance company for $1.5 million in litigation costs after a stampede at a celebrity basketball event he helped organize resulted in nine deaths in 1991. The rapper has since paid out close to $800,000 to settle lawsuits but argues his $1 million insurance policy should have covered him.

News 10/30/2006

Michael Jackson is due to receive the Diamond Award at the upcoming World Music Awards on Nov. 15, according to a press release that touted the singer as the "world's most famous pop star on the planet."

Paul McCartney and Heather Mills McCartney have called a brief truce in their bitter divorce battle in order to celebrate their daughter, Beatrice's third birthday on Saturday, Hello! magazine reports.

Former Grateful Dead guitarist Phil Lesh has revealed that he has prostate cancer, but expects to make a "rapid and complete recovery."

Sheryl Crow has teamed with L.A.-based company Brand Sense Partners to launch a celebrity lifestyle product line.

Van Halen, R.E.M., the Stooges, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Patti Smith, the Dave Clark Five, the Ronettes, Chic, and Joe Tex are the nine nominees for 2007 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The five inductees will be announced in January.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

[Home] [Movies] [TV] [Music] [Books] [Video Games] [FAQ] [Links]

Send mail to shawn@entertainyourbrain.com with questions or comments about this web site. Please indicate in your email that you are writing about www.EntertainYourBrain.com
Copyright © 2002-2010  www.EntertainYourBrain.com   
Advertise with Entertain Your Brain
Hosting provided by Webreferral Service Inc. 303-322-1234  www.webmarketing101.com