Hilary Duff released a second version of her music video “Sparks” due to fan feedback. All Tinder footage is gone in favor of more dancing. The customer is always right! Click the pic for the full-sized version.
The Girls just wanna have fun…and sing.
It was a night of song, dance and laughter as actresses Alison Brie, Cyrina Fiallo and Julianna Guill, musically known as The Girls, showed off their singing chops at the Hotel Cafe in Hollywood, CA last night.
The hour-long set included original material mixed in with covers of artists such as Bruce Springsteen and Hall & Oates. Danny Pudi, Alison Brie’s Community co-star, made an unannounced appearance, joining them onstage for an unrehearsed song that they hadn’t performed together in years.
It’s too bad the trio only have time to perform a couple of shows a year, because they always put on a good show.
The Girls were accompanied on stage by Jones Street Station.
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Wet, a Brooklyn-based band featuring lead singer Kelly Zutrau, won’t release their debut full-length album, Don’t You, until January 2016, but in the meantime, check out the lead single “Deadwater.” It’s as smooth and relaxing as a lullaby. Betcha can’t listen just once!
JoJo recently released the music video for “When Love Hurts,” one of three new singles that precedes her forthcoming album – her first official studio album in almost 10 years. “Say Love” and “Save My Soul” complete the ‘Tringle’, as she calls it.
Tour dates have already been announced throughout the month of November. Visit http://www.iamjojoofficial.com for more info.
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Before Demi Lovato heated things up with her recent spread in Vanity Fair, she was keeping “Cool for the Summer.” Click the pic for the full-sized version.
Leigh Nash made a rare Los Angeles appearance last night at the Hotel Cafe in Hollywood, CA in support of her new album The State I’m In.
The former lead singer of Sixpence None the Richer goes back to her Texas roots on her latest release, shedding the upbeat pop tracks she’s probably most known for (“Kiss Me” and “There She Goes”) in favor of the type of music she grew up with – good old fashioned country music.