It's possible you've heard of Nick Bertke, also known online as Pogo, who is a music producers, remix artist, and film maker.
Bertke has produced a few viral videos for major studios around the world by now, including "Alice," a remix of the Disney film, which now has more than 11 million views on YouTube.
Each video takes snippets, music, and sound bytes from various films to make some kind of completely new song. Then he syncs up a video — comprised of shots from a film — to accompany the music. The result is innovative and completely addicting.
Lady Antebellum — comprised of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood — announced the country trio would be heading out on the road this fall. This will be Lady Antebellum's second part of their tour to promote their album, "Golden." The group started The Lady Antebellum Tour in May and ended it in June to allow enough time for lead singer Hillary Scott to have her baby in July. (Which means she was performing on stage at 7 and 8 months pregnant — impressive!)
They'll resume the tour, this time, under the moniker The Take Me Downtown Tour 2013. The tour 2013 begins Nov. 8, with Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves as the opening acts. Click the cut for the full list of dates.
Earlier this week, a video of a 90-year-old grandma rocking out on the drums surfaced on the internet. It effectively reminded everyone that (gasp!) grandmas had lives before they were grandmas. They're people, too! I know, right? So let's celebrate some awesome grandmas who are totally the life of every party.
While Justin Timberlake announced previously that he would be releasing a second part to "The 20/20 Experience," the details were a bit vague. We knew there'd be a fall tour, sans Jay-Z. We knew the album would be out September 30. But it sort of stopped there.
This week, he went ahead and released a video teaser, which featured a snippet from what most have guessed will be his next single, "Take Back the Night." The clip shows Justin outside of a club holding up cards that each read the name of his previous singles and their release dates — but, of course, the card announcing when "Take Back the Night" will be released is blurred out entirely.
So we don't know much more, but we do have a single name. Check out the clip below — when do you think he'll release the song?
July is a busy month not just for concerts, but sporting and theater events as well. Aside from summer fests, several artists launch their tours, including Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z. For sports, MLB and WWE events are prolific. Meanwhile, for theater lovers, two shows will open on Broadway, including Let It Be, a Beatles musical. Here's what to look out for in July!
Justin Timberlake/Jay-Z: The highly-anticipated "Legends of the Summer" tour starts July 17 in Canada, then heads to the Bronx, Chicago, and San Francisco.
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Fun.: Following their second album, Some Nights, Fun. heads on tour with Tegan & Sara starting July 6. They'll stop at the Bunbury Musical Festival July 12.
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Jonas Brothers: JoBros return with a brand new tour beginning July 10 in Chicago, IL. The trio will make stops in Boston, MA, Atlantic City, NJ, and Charlotte, NC, before it wraps in mid-August.
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