I feel priveleged to say that I worked my piano magic on the "big piano" at FAO Schwaz before Nick Jonas. However, his twinkle toes did a much better performance than mine did back in April.
Bruno Mars is always an amazing treat. With him immense talent and over the top entertainment style he grabs everyones attention young, old and everywhere in between. So, when he appeared on The Voice finale last night, it was no doubt about to blow even the best of contestants out of the water. Joined with his crew and Mark Ronson, Bruno performed his latest smash, "Uptown Funk!" and even had James Brown jiving in his grave (I'm assuming, obviously.)
I only wish I could've seen his hair out of those rollers after the performance, that'd take his style to a whole other level.
If there is any musician in the pop world that you would never imagine to be photoshopped, it's probably Britney Spears. No matter what year it has been: 1998 at the age of 16, 2006 when she went off the deep end, 2014 performing in Vegas; Britney has always been in amazing shape and even looked beautiful, yet slightly angry with a bald head.
So, when the new issue of Women's Health started floating around online and the name "BRITNEY" is on the cover in capitals it made sense. What didn't make sense was why her face on said cover resembles more of Heidi Klum then Britney Spears. What's up with that?
If you've been checking out any pop culture news lately, you've probably seen a name that you hadn't seen in a while pop up a lot; Scott Stapp. The former front man of rock band, Creed has been causing all sorts of drama with his family and most likely within his local community based on his mental state. Fans are now starting to see more and more exactly what his soon-to-be ex wife has been seeing for a while: he's looney tunes.
Stapp has posted video blogs attempting to paint his side, while his wife has leaked out audio of his ridiculous rants on everything from political conspiracies against him and people out to kill him, etc.
So, what do you think based on what you've seen and heard...is the Creed man crazy?
Looks like a feud has been brewing between rap mogule, Sean "Puff Daddy" "Puffy" "P Diddy" "Diddy" Combs and Drake. Diddy claims that Drake stole one of his jams and instead of being the mature 50 year old that he is (I rounded up) he decided to take it to the streets of Miami, because he's learned nothing from his Biggie past.
Drake did emerge today without injury, at least nothing physical, I'm sure his ego is hurting a little. It's cool though, he went on a shopping spree, cause that's what us girl do to feel better.
Nashville is dubbed "The Music City." I totally believe it - music is everywhere. If you go downtown there are open mic nights, live music in bars and restaurants, people just playing on the streets; big named artists playing in theatres and arenas, hell big named artists just walking around and shopping at the local Target. Music is literally every place you look.
I think my favorite experience every time I go and visit happens to be the used entertainment stores. From The Cd Warehouse to The Great Escape, there's literally used music around every corner. Whether you're looking for cds, cassettes, vinyl, dvds, books on just about anything...it's everywhere. A favorite stop of mine happens to be McKays - which is located in an old warehouse type building and is two floors of awesome. Board games, video games and accessories, dvds (used and new), any book you can think of, even comic books scatter the first floor with all types of music entertainment along the top. Lowest price I saw was a nickel with the highest price for something may have been in the dvd section due to the sets and harder to find stuff and even then it was only in the twenties.
The problem with this though is the choice of actually packing more than one outfit for a 4 day trip to allow more room for the goodies I plan to bring home.
If you're going to be in the Nashville area, visit McKays at: 636 Old Hickory Blvd Nashville, TN