Wizard World Cleveland 2016: Day One (Photo Gallery)

Just a little disclaimer here:  if you want to use a photo, feel free to do so but I have two conditions- 1. Please do not alter my pictures in any way or remove the watermark.  I put a lot of work into my photography and post-processing and since I don’t get paid for my photography yet, I would like to maintain some control of my work.  2. Please give me credit for the photographs and link back to the original source.  Thank you

 

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Music Videos You Have to See: The iHeartRadio Music Festival 2012 Edition

With this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival a little over a month away, I thought I would give a rundown on the artists that will be performing.  The already sold-out festival is boasting an extensive line-up of who’s who in the music industry.   Tickets went on sale on July 14th and sold out in eight minutes. Continue reading “Music Videos You Have to See: The iHeartRadio Music Festival 2012 Edition”

Music Videos You Should See 2/21/12

Welcome to another edition of Music Videos You Should See.  In this article, it is all about electronic music.  Let’s go ahead and dive in.

First up, we Avicii “Levels”.  This song was sampled in Flo Rida’s “Good Feeling”.  The concept for the video is a dancing virus that first infects a typical office worker and he passes it along to some orderlies and a nurse.  Very zombie style.

The next video is from LMFAO, the band that brought us “Party Rock Anthem”.  This time around their anthem is “Sexy and I Know It”.  This video has numerous celebs making cameos: Ron Jeremy, Simon Rex, and Wilmer Valderrama (Fez on That 70s Show).  This song has been used on Glee and several commericals including the M & M’s Super Bowl commercial.

Finally we have the electronic music performance from the Grammys this year.  Packed into seven minutes is David Guetta, Skrillex, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Foo Fighters and deadmau5.

Thoughts About the 54th Grammy Awards

Before I go into my thoughts about last night’s Grammys, I wanted to make a major criticism to CBS and the Grammy Association itself.  Those of us who are music and pop culture bloggers on the west coast had to wait three hours behind the east coast to see the telecast of the Grammys.  It made it very difficult to tweet or blog about who was performing or who won what when the east coast knew three hours before we did.  It’s not like it couldn’t be shown at the same time as the east coast.  I have seen it done with other award shows.  Now that I got that complaint off my chest on to the show itself:

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