If you’re even tangentially affiliated with college basketball, Atlanta is the place to be for this weekend’s Final Four. Walk down the streets of downtown and you’re sure to see a lot of tall men with familiar faces. No face is more familiar to college hoops fans than Jay Bilas, ESPN’s outspoken college basketball analyst and noted Young Jeezy enthusiast.
Playboy's Miss April, Jaslyn Ome, is a 21-year-old East Indian, black and Caucasian babe. A California girl through and through, she loves all things ocean, and spends as much time as she can in the waves.
Todd Rundgren spent the better part of 2012 addressing the varied nature of his recording career with tour dates that appropriately promised an “unpredictable” evening of music from the veteran singer/songwriter and producer. Rundgren fans have learned to expect th
The story of Journey finding their latest lead singer Arnel Pineda on YouTube is a tale that’s both well-known at this point, and hugely inspirational to others hoping that perhaps a similar type of rock star fame might someday come their way.
Broken Lizard have performed together for over twenty years. First in college, at Colgate University, then in successful feature films like ‘Super Troopers’, ‘BeerFest’ and ‘Club Dread’ and on a massive comedy tour.
There were many things that jumped out to Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey as he waded through hours of homemade archival video footage from the '70s, which would eventually become the heart of the new, no-holds-barred documentary on the seminal Southern California band, 'History of the Eagles Part 1.'
Earl Slick needs no introduction. A killer rhythm guitarist and long-time David Bowie collaborator, the 60-year-old played on John Lennon’s ‘Double Fantasy,’ has recorded with Ian Hunter and played in the post-Stray Cats group Phantom, Rocker & Slick.
Robert Kelly is one of those badass guys who's hysterically blunt while being completely sincere. Basically, he's one of the coolest dudes around. Kelly is a New York-based actor and comedian who recently penned a book with his buddies Joe DeRosa and Bill Burr, ‘Cheat: A Man’s G
Nate Bargatze is a New York-based comedian who was recently mentioned in Rolling Stone magazine as a "comic who should be big." He's already big in our books; the funny guy has had his own Comedy Central Presents and he's performed on 'Conan' three times! Bargatze also won both the NYC and Boston Comedy Festivals in 2010.
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