RSS

Tag Archive | "U2"

Listen Up!: Kid Rock denies he’s a daddy

Friday, November 9, 2001

0 Comments

HOLLYWOOD - Kid Rock is tired of the rumors about his relationship with Pamela Anderson, who he's been dating since they met at the VH1 Divas 2001 tribute to Aretha Franklin in New York City this past spring. The latest rumors going around allege that the couple is engaged and that Anderson is pregnant with Kid Rock's kid. According to Launch.com, reps at Lava/Atlantic Records, Kid Rock's label, have denied those rumors.

Continue reading...

American Hi-Fi “Flavor”

Thursday, September 13, 2001

0 Comments

ORLANDO, Fla., Sept.13, 2001 - If you're a child of the 80s and you are into rock band T-shirts, dirty jeans, and mullets--yes, mullets--the Boston-based rockers American Hi-Fi will guarantee you the ride of a lifetime. Founded by Stacy Jones -- the former drummer for Letters To Cleo, Veruca Salt and Aimee Mann -- the group includes Drew Parsons (used to play bass for Tracy Bonham), Brian Nolan (formerly of Figdish), and Jamie Arentzen (of Boston's Sky Heroes).

Continue reading...

Listen Up!: Jackson does “Pop” at MTV Video Music Awards

Friday, September 7, 2001

0 Comments

HOLLYWOOD - When we say that MTV’s Video Music Awards is filled with unscripted surprises and guest appearances, we aren’t joking. The most unexpected moment of the awards ceremony definitely belongs to Michael Jackson, who popped out from behind a giant Etch-A-Sketch screen on the cartoon-inspired set at the end of 'N Sync’s performance.

Continue reading...

Slim, ’N Sync win big at MTV Video Music Awards

Friday, September 7, 2001

0 Comments

HOLLYWOOD - Electronic artist Fatboy Slim was the big winner at the 18th Annual MTV Video Music Awards with five awards, including Best Direction for the video "Weapon of Choice," featuring actor Christopher Walken dancing in a hotel lobby. Boy band 'N Sync took home four moon-men statuettes for their single "Pop." The group was also responsible for the biggest highlight of the night, when the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, joined 'N Sync onstage after their performance.

Continue reading...

Veteran Rockers Dominate Grammys

Friday, February 23, 2001

0 Comments

HOLLYWOOD, CA -- Veteran rockers U2, Steely Dan and country singer Faith Hill were among the many winners at the 43rd Annual Grammy Awards, stealing the spotlight from Eminem, whose angry lyrics entangled the ceremonies in controversy.

Continue reading...