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The Voice Top 12 Performance Recap: I Do Want to Miss Some Things

The Voice Top 12 Performance Recap: I Do Want to Miss Some Things
Like a skeletal hand clawing its way up from the grave in a zombie-apocalypse thriller, Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” (aka The Asteroid Song) (aka The Most Done-to-Death Ditty in Reality Singing Competition History) broke through the serne surface of The Voice‘s Top 12 performance night, terrorizing everyone within earshot.

But it’s not a blockbuster without a rugged hero wielding a bow and arrow or a katana or, better still, both. So let’s all put our hands together for freshman coach Miley Cyrus, who armed her trio of artists with tunes by Father John Misty,
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The Rolling Stones Announce Live Album and Concert Film of Their Historic Cuba Show, Havana Moon

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The Rolling Stones Announce Live Album and Concert Film of Their Historic Cuba Show, Havana Moon
On March 25th of this year, the Rolling Stones made history by playing a free concert for over half a million people in Havana, Cuba. In addition to the record-breaking crowd, the show was an important benchmark in the thawing relations between the embargoed Communist country and much of the Western world. Now the Stones are issuing a live album and concert film of the once-in-a-lifetime event. Dubbed Havana Moon , it's due out Nov. 11. and will be available as a DVD + 2Cd, Blu-ray + 2Cd, DVD + 3Lp, and as a special deluxe edition. The announcement was accompanied by a 30-second teaser,
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The Rolling Stones Announce Live Album and Concert Film of Their Historic Cuba Show, Havana Moon

  • PEOPLE.com
The Rolling Stones Announce Live Album and Concert Film of Their Historic Cuba Show, Havana Moon
On March 25th of this year, the Rolling Stones made history by playing a free concert for over half a million people in Havana, Cuba. In addition to the record-breaking crowd, the show was an important benchmark in the thawing relations between the embargoed Communist country and much of the Western world. Now the Stones are issuing a live album and concert film of the once-in-a-lifetime event. Dubbed Havana Moon , it's due out Nov. 11. and will be available as a DVD + 2Cd, Blu-ray + 2Cd, DVD + 3Lp, and as a special deluxe edition. The announcement was accompanied by a 30-second teaser,
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New Rolling Stones Doc Captures Band's Latin American Tour, Historic Havana Show

New Rolling Stones Doc Captures Band's Latin American Tour, Historic Havana Show
It's amazing what a difference a stripped-down "Honky-Tonk Women" makes.

There's a lot to recommend about The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America, Paul Dugdale's rock-doc-cum-tour-diary about the group's jaunt through Central and South America earlier this year and that that premiered last night at the Toronto Film Festival. Following Mick & Co. through 10 Latin American countries, it culminates in their historic first show ever in Cuba on March 25th; it would have taken place a few days earlier, were the gents not bumped by
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The Rolling Stones in ‘C—sucker Blues’: a verité gas, gas, gas

The Rolling Stones in ‘C—sucker Blues’: a verité gas, gas, gas
There is hardly such thing as an underground movie anymore — except, perhaps, for the ones that have to go underground because they aren’t allowed to be shown. The rough, grainy, outlaw king of those is “C—sucker Blues.” Not because you can never see it, but because on the rare occasions when you can, it has acquired the aura of an unholy testament: the ultimate down and dirty peek behind the curtain of 1970s rock & roll excess. It’s the time capsule that keeps on giving because it’s still semi-buried.

In 1972, the Rolling Stones recruited photographer Robert Frank to shoot a fly-on-the-wall film of their up-and-coming U.S. tour after the release of “Exile on Main Street.” Frank had created the extraordinary cover art for “Exile,” that tawdry collage of photographs that merged the Stones in all their let-it-loose glory with an homage to the rootsy mysteries of Americana.
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From Dusk Till Dawn Season 3 Directors Announced, New Cast Members Revealed

The characters fortunate enough to survive the blood-splattered brawl at the end of Season 2 will return in the upcoming third season of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, and to help hold over fans with a culebra-like thirst for new episodes, Miramax and El Rey Network have revealed Season 3’s directors and additional cast members.

Press Release: June 7, 2016 (Los Angeles, CA / Austin, TX) – Miramax® and El Rey Network released today the list of directors that will helm the 10 episodes of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series season three. Additionally, Nicky Whelan (House of Lies, The Wedding Ringer) and Maurice Compte (Breaking Bad, Narcos) have joined the cast of season three. Compte will play Brassa a mysterious Rasputin-like figure who takes on the Gecko brothers. Whelan’s character will be revealed on air.

The list of directors includes several newcomers to the series including Eagle Egilsson, who is known for
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14 years ago today: The TV show ‘24’ premiered

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14 years ago today: The TV show ‘24’ premiered
14 years ago today, the TV series “24” premiered on Fox, with the buzzy format of each 24-episode season covering 24 hours in the life of Counter Terrorist Unit agent Jack Bauer, played by Kiefer Sutherland. The show premiered less than two months after the September 11 attacks, making Bauer’s efforts to protect America from terrorism plots that much more resonant with viewers. “24” lasted for eight seasons, earning several Emmy Awards along the way, including one for Outstanding Drama Series in 2006. Last year, it was revived for a 12-episode limited series. Other notable November 6 happenings in pop culture history: • 1965: The Rolling Stones’ “Get Off Of My Cloud” took the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was their second No. 1 hit — “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” had topped the chart earlier that year. • 1967: Bob Dylan recorded “All Along the Watchtower” in Nashville, Tenn. • 1981: “Time Bandits” opened in U.
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Taylor Swift & Mick Jagger Duet!

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Taylor Swift & Mick Jagger Duet!
Taylor Swift gave fans a little extra "Satisfaction" at her second Nashville concert on Saturday, when she welcomed a rock superstar to the stage.

Just one day after Taylor's duet with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger teamed up with the pop princess at Music City's Bridgestone Arena for a rendition of his band's classic song, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."

Taylor let the performance speak mostly for itself on social media, Tweeting pictures with a simple "drops mic" caption and emoji. She was similarly concise on Instagram, writing, "Mick. Jagger. Nashville," to accompany a ...

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Taylor Swift Gets Satisfaction with Mick Jagger (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_6ewagy72"]] Taylor Swift bridged the gap in awesome style Saturday night in Nashville when Mick Jagger hopped on stage and the duo sang one of the best songs in the history of music -- "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Taylor's had a bunch of stars make appearances during her concerts, but the Rolling Stones frontman definitely takes the cake.  Read more
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Brett Morgen: The Making of 'Montage of Heck's Mad Scientist

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Brett Morgen: The Making of 'Montage of Heck's Mad Scientist
Brett Morgen has been called the Mad Scientist of the documentary world with his latest film, the long-awaited Kurt Cobain biography “Montage of Heck.” Morgen certainly lives up to that billing, creating an explosive and totally unique visual and cinematic experiences out of the fallen rock god’s various creations. I have known Brett since we were both 14 years old, having gone to high school and then college together, where we were in roommates. Since the first days of our acquaintance, I have never known anyone with such a firm sense of who he was and what he wanted to do, and that has only strengthened over the years. However, what astonished me seeing “Montage” for the first time was how much his creative skills have grown as a director, so that wild, unstoppable sense of Brettism is now married to awe-inspiring technical superpowers, that have enabled him to produce what in my very-biased mind,
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Watch Terry Crews Punch Out Mike Tyson on 'Lip Sync Battle'

Watch Terry Crews Punch Out Mike Tyson on 'Lip Sync Battle'
On paper, a battle between former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson and muscle factory/actor Terry Crews would be a title bout on the level of Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. However, instead of stepping into the ring, the two behemoths had a showdown Thursday night in a much-friendlier arena: Lip Sync Battle. In the opening round, Iron Mike busted out with the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction," while the Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor countered with Run-d.M.C.'s "Sucker MCs."

While Tyson was likely the crowd favorite going in – the fleet-footed boxer does an admirable impersonation
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Summer TV 2014: Premiere Dates for the Hottest New & Returning Shows

It used to be that summer was a desolate wasteland, at least when it came to original television. The networks, like teachers, pretty much took the season off and cable was still in its infancy, struggling to find a way to quench that particular thirst. But these days, summer is just as viable for original programming as the fall and midseason, and this year is no different.

We've decided to run down the biggest premieres from the hottest networks (in alphabetical order), making sure to note the starriest, sexiest, most interesting new and returning programs for you to watch at the end of a long, hot summer day. It's enough to make you wonder how anyone ever survived the summer without shows of this caliber popping up. Dog days, indeed.

While there certainly seems to be some promising things coming down the pike for ABC, including a series based on
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“Chef” Audience Award Winner at Tribeca Film Festival 2014

“Chef” Audience Award Winner at Tribeca Film Festival 2014
Jon Favreau, wrote, directed, and starred in what might sound like a simplistic plot, yet is very funny and feel good. Carl Casper (Jon Favreau), is the chef in a top restaurant in Los Angeles. When a famous food critic, Ramsey Michel (Oliver Platt), who recently sold his blog to AOL for $10 million, makes it known that he is coming into the restaurant that night, Carl wants to get creative with the menu. The owner of the restaurant, Riva (Dustin Hoffman), does not like the idea of him changing the dishes, and tells him to stick to the menu and “play the hits”. “If you went to a ‘Rolling Stones’ concert and Mick Jagger didn’t play ‘Satisfaction’ wouldn’t you get upset? Play your hits. Stick to the menu.”

Well, the food critic doesn’t like the food served on the menu and takes to twitter to blacklist the chef stating that “Carl is gaining weight and must be eating all the food that is being sent back to the kitchen.”

Carl and Ramsey start a bad mouthing war on twitter, and it goes viral.

Ramsey decides to give the top chef another chance at a better tasting meal, however, a downward turn of events sends Carl’s life into a different, yet happier direction.

Cute film that will make you hungry.

Article by Sharon Abella

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The X Factor Top 10 Performance Recap: …And It's Getting More and More Absurd [Updated]

Welcome back to another recap of The X Factor! Or as Paulina Rubio likes to call it, “Where am I? Who am I? And why is there a camera in my face?”

Too mean? Oh well. I mean, yeah, PowPow (as I affectionately think of her) managed to correctly identify all three of her contestants tonight for the first time, but her total butchey of the universally recognized moniker “Mick Jagger” (aka “Meek Yaggar!”) means she’ll continue to play the role of human piñata in this recap zone. (Side note: Why is nothing in my apartment filled with Candy?
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'X Factor' Top 10: Restless Road and Lillie McCloud take the night

Time for the Top 10 performances on "The X Factor." The theme this week is British Invasion, so "Live and Let Die" ushers in the judges. Mario Lopez also informs us that it's another double elimination week, so going home will be "devastating." He does know that only one of them wins, right?

Cowell starts pimping his two remaining acts right out of the gate. We'll see, Cowell. We'll see.

1. Jeff Gutt, "Bohemian Rhapsody," Queen

Why is he sitting on the iron throne? That's kind of weird. Anyway, Jeff Gutt is no Freddie Mercury. Sure, he could be a Bon Jovi impersonator, but the high Freddie stuff is not his friend -- he's way, way flat.

Looking at the whole field, Gutt should definitely stick around. He's got chops. But this was not a great week. Demi and Simon call it his best performance yet -- are they deaf? Did he
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'The X Factor' Great British Songbook: As it happened

It's time to get the bunting out as The X Factor celebrates the best of British tonight (November 16).

Our seven remaining singers will be taking on hits from the likes of Adele, Sir Elton John and Coldplay, but will they do their nation proud?

This time last year we were treated to Christopher Maloney's defiant 'I'm Still Standing' and a fabulously Ott Spice Girls medley from Rylan. Whether we can expect to reach such levels of entertainment this year remains to be seen.

Join Digital Spy from 8pm as we settle down ready for this week's show...

21:27Be sure to join us at 8pm tomorrow for more X Factor thoughts and to discover who will be the next to leave the competition. There's also performances from Gary Barlow and Miley Cyrus to look forward to. See you then!

21:25Thank you for all your comments as always. I hope you've enjoyed reading.
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'X Factor' Great British Songbook songlist revealed

Songs by The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Adele, Coldplay, The Beatles, George Michael and Shirley Bassey will be covered by X Factor artists on tomorrow's Great British Songbook.

Hannah Barrett will sing '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction', Luke Friend will perform 'Your Song' and Nicholas McDonald takes on 'Someone Like You'.

Rough Copy perform 'Viva La Vida', Sam Bailey sings 'Something', Sam Callahan has 'Faith' and Tamera Foster gives her take on Bond theme 'Diamonds Are Forever'.

Miley Cyrus and show judge Gary Barlow are the guest performers on this weekend's show.

On last week's show, Abi Alton was eliminated after a sing-off with Barrett.

The X Factor Great British Songbook weekend kicks off on Saturday at 8pm on ITV.

The results show will follow the next day at the same time.
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Best Vma Moments: Taylor Swift’s Diss, Britney Spears’ Kiss & More

Browse our gallery of the weirdest & wildest moments in MTV Video Music Award history, then vote for your favorite(s)!

The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards are just one day away, and to celebrate, HollywoodLife.com is counting down our 10 favorite moments from years past. The list includes a dress made of meat, a surprising baby reveal, and of course, a lip-lock seen ’round the world. So what are you waiting for? Click on through!

Top 10 Vma Moments Of All Time

1. Howard Stern As Fartman (1992)

Did you know MTV existed in 1992? Did you even know TV existed in 1992? Well, they both did; and long before Howard Stern was a beloved America’s Got Talent judge, he was Fartman. And the 1992 Vma ceremony was the perfect occasion for Fartman to bare his cheeks and do what he does best. I’ll give you one guess what that is. (Bonus points for being introduced by Luke Perry.
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Rolling Stones return to London's Hyde Park after 44 years

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The last time iconic rock band the Rolling Stones took the stage at Hyde Park in London was July 5, 1969. It took a full 44 years and one day before they returned Saturday (July 6) for a bit of a homecoming.

Before the show began, footage from that original concert played for the audience to welcome the Stones. From there, they played through a long list of hits, including "Start Me Up," "Gimme Shelter," "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."

The show was, of course, well-received was fans in attendance, but even the band had a great time. According to a writer at Billboard, he'd never "seen them all smile so much on stage, nor maintain quite such momentum throughout two hours of classic hits." Front man Mick Jagger echoed that idea with a tweet, reading, "What a great audience at last night's show, & such a beautiful sunset."

The band
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American Idol Review: The Heart of Rock and Roll Is The Beat

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Tonight American Idol sets out to prove that Rock and Roll is here to stay! No slow ballads. Just up-tempo numbers to get us up and off our couches. Maybe.

Will the contestants rise to the challenge of faster tempos and harder beats? Let's find out now...

Burnell Taylor chose to start the night with the Bon Jovi anthem "You Give Love A Bad Name." He's a little uncomfortable making his way from the lower stage to the upper, but it's fantastic to see him take the mic off the stand and move a little more than just his hands. He played it close to the original and did a solid job even if he didn't do anything incredibly novel with the interpretation. He definitely stepped out of his comfort zone and seemed to have a good time. Keith said he looked uncomfortable in the song and gave him the
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