Post Tagged with: "MTV"

MTV VMA’s Song Of The Day: Taylor Swift “Mine” & Kanye West “Stronger”

Today’s Song Of The Day is dedicated to tonight’s MTV Video Music Awards. The VMA’s are always something to watch as some type of drama or controversy is always birthed. So, here are two of our favorites at Hollywood Icon Magazine- Kanye West and Taylor Swift… What will happen if they meet tonight? Tune in […]

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Song Of The Day: The Alarm “Rain In The Summertime”

On a rainy day in LA, here’s Mike Peters and The Alarm with “Rain In The Summertime!”  The Alarm were one of the iconic bands of the 80’s, busting out epic albums like Strength, Declaration and Eye Of The Hurricane.  Who could forget the exploding 1986 MTV concert on the UCLA campus?  The show grew […]

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Kanye West Apologizes To Taylor Swift (Again) On Twitter

The apology is 70 tweets long…  Kanye West- who Hollywood Icon Magazine has always been a huge fan of- has (again) apologized to Taylor Swift with a long monologue on Twitter.  Both Kanye and Swift are going to be with us, making hits, for a long time.  So, hopefully this apology can put some MTV stunts […]

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Jason Liebman Brings Sweet Sacrifice To Room 5 In Hollywood

New York City was in the house tonight at Room 5 in Hollywood, as Jason Liebman took the stage for an acoustic appearance.  His impressive showcase proved that this is a performer with the potential to break through to the next level in the popular music scene. The latest Jason Liebman album is called Sweet […]

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A-Ha Leaves Their Mark On America With A Farewell Show At Club Nokia In Los Angeles

Moments before the euphoric chimes of the 80’s anthem, “Take On Me” rang out across the sell out crowd at Club Nokia, A-Ha keyboardist Magne “Mags” Furuholmen closed out a season in the band’s history with the simple words, “goodbye, America!”… It was a celebration of 25 years as a band.  This was the second of a […]

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Billy Idol To Kick Off US Tour This August, Show At Hollywood Palladium Included

80’s fans… unite! Billy Idol is returning to Hollywood for a show at the Palladium on August 14th. Following his overseas appearances at major European festivals, British singer-songwriter and rock icon BILLY IDOL will hit the road with a six-week U.S. tour kicking off August 5 in Washington.  Tour stops include Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, […]

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Television: Must See Tuesday TV: NBC’s Parenthood

NBC’s Parenthood debuted tonight (Tuesday) and it did not disappoint.  The show was the replacement for The Jay Leno Show at their 10pm time slot. Back in 1989, Ron Howard directed Parenthood, a charming family movie about the extended Buckman clan and the trials and tribulations of raising children. The light-hearted film was a box office success and […]

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LL Cool J Knocks Out The Crowd At The Key Club Grand Opening In Hollywood

The anticipation built from early in the night.  Timbaland was performing just down the street.  Justin Timberlake, Brandy and The Fray were performing with him.  It was Grammy weekend in LA.  The grandfather of hip hop would soon be in the house for the Grand Re-Opening of the Key Club on Sunset in Hollywood. Those […]

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Taylor Swift And Kanye West, Together Again For “We Are The World” 2010

Access Hollywood is reporting that Taylor Swift and Kanye West have both agreed to contribute to the 25th Anniversary “We Are The World” recording on Monday in Los Angeles. The duo notorious for sparking the MTV Video Music awards (whether it was staged or not) controversy would bring some positive publicity to the event.  Celine […]

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Supergroup For Haiti: Bono, Edge, Jay-Z And Rihanna To Perform Together For Telethon

There is something about tragedy that brings out the best in the music world.  Although the devastating earthquake(s) in Haiti are something that deeply saddens our hearts, the music industry is responding, in force. It’s hard not to be ecstatic when you hear that Jay-Z, Rihanna, Bono and the Edge are coming together in London and performing […]

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