The singer’s self-titled album debuted at the top of the Billboard chart. The Zac Brown Band followed at No. 2, and Logic dropped 10 spots to No. 11.
ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos There are things in life that remind us precisely how old we are, which is old AF. In this case, that thing is Hanson performing “MMMBop” 20 years after the song came out to celebrate their 25th anniversary as a band. That’s right. “MMMBop” came out 20 years ago, Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson are now full-blown adults (all three are fathers now), and we’re…old. This morning, Hanson appeared on Good Morning America and threw it back to 1992 when the group formed. They played their hit that shot to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 list in 1996 on their first album, “Middle of Nowhere.” The entire GMA crew and audience got super into it and we will shamelessly admit that during the creation of this post, there was a lot of bopping as well. Hanson has a Continue reading "Hanson Performed ‘MMMBop’ to Celebrate 25 Year Anniversary and It’s as Epic as You Remember"
The manager, Jonathan Todd Schwartz, said at a hearing Wednesday, “I will spend the rest of my life asking for forgiveness.”
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A celebrity lawyer representing a ticket buyer filed suit after a luxury musical weekend in the Bahamas fell apart. Organizers said, “We were simply in over our heads.”
Back in 2014, Eminem filed a lawsuit against New Zealand's National Party for unauthorized use of his popular song "Lose Yourself" in a campaign ad. Today, the trial began. Read the rest of this entry »
This weekend was supposed to be the Fyre Festival in the Bahamas, which was to include performers such as Major Lazer and Disclosure. It was also supposed to be a “luxury festival,” according to Consequence of Sound, and tickets cost between $4,000 and $12,000, which included flights from Miami, luxury accommodations, yacht rides, and more. The festival was promoted by celebrities including Kendall Jenner (who really, really didn’t need this), and Bella Hadid. What happened, however, was not that. Not by a long shot. For example, according to Twitter, this was what a meal looked like:
That’s right folks for just $10k, you too can have the “refugee fleeing war torn region” treatment atContinue reading "Music Festival That Cost Up to $12,000 Went Horribly, Horribly Wrong"