SAYREVILLE, NJ – April 27, 2012 Blame Canada! No, it’s not a South Park episode. It’s the sound of Theory Of A Deadman about to take the stage in front of a full house. For the British Columbian rock gods, drawing record crowds is nothing new. But to us in New Jersey, it’s something special […]
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Taylor Swift’s Speak Now World Tour Live CD/DVD came out on November 21, 2011, via her record label, Big Machine Records. The CD opens with her latest chart-topping single “Sparks Fly.” It is followed by her latest CD’s debut single “Mine” and “The Story of Us.” Swift shows her audience how to have a good […]
On August 17, 2011, global singing sensation and multi-talented artist, Joe Jonas, from the popular band The Jonas Brothers performed for iHeartRadio Live at the P.C. Richard and Son Theater. His concert streamed live for his fans at Z100’s official website. Dressed in a gray suit and a purple shirt, Joe opened his mini-concert with […]
On June 8, 2011, the CMT Awards were held in Nashville, Tennessee, which pay tribute to the greatest music videos in country. The Band Perry was the night’s biggest winners. Out of four nominations in the following categories: “Group Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year,” “USA Weekend Breathrough Video of the Year,” and […]
Elektra recording artist Bruno Mars and Wondaland Arts Society/Bad Boy/Atlantic recording artist Janelle Monáe have announced plans for a major North American co-headlining tour, “Hooligans in Wondaland,” this May and June. Atlantic recording artist Plan B will also join the tour on select dates. Full tour dates, locations and lineups will be announced soon.
11:22pm Chris Christopherson and Barbra Streisand presented Album Of The Year to newcomers Arcade Fire for “The Suburbs”. This may end up being a controversial award among critics in the morning, as Lady Antebellum was expected and positioned for this award. And on that bombshell…see you later folks. Stay tuned to brokenrecordsonline.com and Broken Records […]
When you think of New York City, a lot of thoughts come into your head. It’s an eclectic place in every aspect, and music is no exception. The Big Apple has it all, even bluegrass. In a candle lit Highline Ballroom rich with the smells of good wine and even better food, The Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America’s 2010 band of the year, The Grascals, brought their smooth sound to the big city this past Sunday.