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Pop's acoustic phenomenon Ed Sheeran recently made his Austin City Limits debut last fall, performing five songs for an intimate crowd. His episode became a fan favorite, with many requesting a re-broadcast of his performance. Prior to the encore, watch an exclusive clip of him performing the sweet, romantic single "Thinking Out Loud."
Sheeran joins the long-running music program's spectacular 40th season lineup, which included appearances from the Black Keys, Foo Fighters and Ryan Adams. Along with his current single, the British singer-songwriter treated his fans to live presentations of "Lego House, »
This weekend, Johnny Depp stars as an eccentric, mustachioed art dealer in the action-comedy "Mortdecai," Jennifer Aniston grapples with chronic pain and tragedy in "Cake," the pirate adventure series "Black Sails" returns for Season 2 this Saturday at 9 p.m. Et on Starz, and Blake Shelton hosts and performs on "Saturday Night Live" at 11:30 p.m. Et on NBC.
Also in theaters this weekend: "The Boy Next Door" stars Jennifer Lopez as a recently divorced teacher whose one night affair with her student (Ryan Guzman) turns obsessive and dangerous. In "Black Sea," a submarine captain (Jude Law) takes a job with a shadowy backer that takes him to the depths of the Black Sea for a submarine rumored to be loaded with gold. From the mind of George Lucas, "Strange Magic" (animation) follows goblins, elves, fairies and imps on their misadventures sparked by the battle over a powerful potion. Written and directed by Xavier Dolan, »
- Jonny Black
Coldplay's Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, Willie Nelson, Usher and Janelle Monáe have all signed on to take part in Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star Grammy Salute. The live concert will take place February 10th at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre, while the CBS broadcast airs February 16th. Tickets for the tribute concert are on sale now at Axs.com.
Last month, it was revealed that the Grammys would honor Wonder with a celebration similar to the network's 2014 star-studded music special The Beatles: The Night That Changed America. »
Thirty years ago this week, Video Hits One began offering the too-old-for-mtv crowd a sensible alternative. That channel would eventually grow into the entity we know today as VH1, and with that name, it would nail that pop culture nostalgia sweet spot with series like Behind the Music, VH1 Storytellers and more. But above all the VH1 hits, it was Pop-Up Video that captured the hearts and minds of a certain kind of media-addled, know-it-all geek. The series first exploded in 1994, and our culture of nostalgia and trivia obsession has only grown stronger in the Internet age. With a hat »
- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie
4 items from 2015
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