We here at Hot 107-9 are still stunned by the fact that Swamp People star Mitchell Guist has died. We welcomed Glenn and Mitchell Guist into our studio last year as they were our special guest for The Louisiana Outdoor Expo. Since Mitchell's shocking death, TMZ is reporting that Glenn Guist has made a promise to keep Mitchell's dream alive!!
Think you’ve seen all of the Beastie Boys tribute videos so far? Think again. One such tribute featuring kids reenacting the music video for ‘Sabotage’ is popping up all over the web. The great thing about the video is that it’s actually hilarious, not to mention incredibly well done.
Coldplay and the Beastie Boys? On paper and in theory, that doesn’t quite work. However, the execution, with frontman (and Gwyneth Paltrow baby daddy) Chris Martin playing piano while covering ‘Fight for Your Right to Party’ at the Hollywood Bowl last night as a sonic eulogy to singer Adam Yauch, who died yesterday, was spot on.
While several musicians hit the stage at Cardiff Millennium Stadium this past weekend for the "Michael Forever" tribute concert, only one has left us asking, "what happened to her?" Christina Aguillera performed for the show, but it wasn't her performance that many are talking about around the water cooler today. Once known for her slim and toned figure, Aguillera is a long way
Saturday’s Michael Jackson tribute concert in Wales boasted an impressive line-up of stars paying homage to the King of Pop. Guests included Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Ne-Yo, but perhaps none were as well-received as the late singer’s children.
With a new album out, Beyonce is everywhere these days. From the cover of magazines to PSAs, the triple threat is working hard to promote 4. But when it comes to her involvement with the Michael Forever: The Tribute Concert, it looks like the artist simply wanted to honor one of her idols.
A mere day after the death of singer Amy Winehouse, rapper M.I.A. released the haunting ’27,’ an unfinished demo that loosely pays tribute to the late star.
The track, which was originally supposed to be released on M.I.A.’s 2010 mixtape, ‘Vicki Leekx,’ tells the story of a person who commits suicide after a long addiction to drugs and alcohol.