Last Thursday I went to my favorite new spot in town, Double Seven. In wake of a dramatic fight a few weeks ago that left the grandson of Princess Grace (Kelly) of Monaco, Pierre Casiraghi, beaten and bruised, it was a pretty chill night at the hotspot located in meatpacking. Yes, the NY Post and many other news outlets have covered the fight in depth, but I can't get enough of this juicy story.
I find it absolutely hilarious that Starvos Niarchos (ex of Paris Hilton) was punched in the face during this scuffle. I've had the displeasure of seeing him many times in LA and NYC and will say he's seriously a giant turd. For those of you who remember the original Double 7 that closed it doors a few years ago, I highly recommend you return to the new version --you will not be disappointed. It is definitely where you can find the most beautiful people in the city. In fact, it's so cool, Mick Jagger is a regular guest.
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The Grammy's are barely an award show anymore. The producers of the "award show" have decided to focus on the live performances during the telecast; there was only one presentation of an award in the first hour of the show.
The first performance of the night was a tribute to the Queen of Soul - Aretha Franklin. The performance featured the quintet of Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Yolanda Adams, Florence Welch and Martina McBride. The group sang a melody of different songs; each sang well in their tribute to the Queen. After the performance a taped message from the Queen herself (who was noticeably thinner), welcomed viewers to the Grammy's, expressed her thanks to the academy for the recognition,
I've always wondered what famous artists do listen at home, or while driving their Escalade. You probably know that a lot of people who work on TV don't actually watch it at home. I was also curious to see if my favorite artists shared my tastes. I was astonished to see that Chris Martin from Coldplay could actually be able to listen some good sh!t (hate Coldplay).
You have here fifty different artists ready to share their Top 10 songs on one theme they care about. Wanna know what MGTM's 10 best psychedelic songs are ? Are you curious to see what king of blues does Mick Jagger listen at home ? I find that pretty entertaining.
Many A-list actors made there way to the HBO premiere event for Boardwalk Empire Wednesday night in New York. The Ziegfeld Theater packed in such stars like Steve Buscemi, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Entourage's Mark Wahlberg and Adrian Grenier, Mick Jagger and Sean Combs.
Boardwalk Empire is getting huge buzz for its chronicles on the life of Nucky Thompson, played by Buscemi.The politician and gangster leader of Atlantic City in 1920 lives in the time 'when alcohol was outlawed and outlaws became kings.' Those who have missed the HBO series The Sopranos since it went off air will be sure to take notice of this new show that is produced and occasionally directed by the great Martin Scorsese.
The series begins Sunday, Sept. 19. Get ready for some unruly consequences for those who don't watch.
Just when you think the Rolling Stones don't have any more classic songs to be released, they dig deep into their archives and find more! Exile on Main Street, the Rolling Stones' classic 1972 album, is set to be reissued with an additional 10 previously unheard tracks.
On May 18th, Universal Records will be reissuing the classic record and asked the Stones if they could search for any unearthed tracks, the band was convinced they had released everything for the 1972 double album. But with some determination, the Stones found Plundered My Soul, Dancing in the Light, Following the River, and Pass The Wine, while the special re-issue includes alternate versions of album tracks Soul Survivor and Loving Cup.
Don’t feel too bad if you had to cut down on your clubbing or bottle popping for 2009 due to hard times. You’re not the only one. The same people who made the tunes you jam too on your recession-proof nights out are falling down the ladder of finance as well.
British artists such as Paul McCartney, Elton John and Mick Jagger have lost large portions of their wealth due to the economic crisis. Thanks to a decline in property value, shares and other investments, the rock royalty saw their pockets get thinner this year. According to a survey in the U.K. Sunday Times newspaper, Elton John lost $88 million dollars last year. His losses have to do with the cancellation of a string of Las Vegas shows and charity donations.