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Cee Lo Green is set to bring his larger-than-life personality to the small screen.
The Grammy Award-winning artist left his gig a as a mentor on NBC‘s The Voice (he and fellow departing mentor Christina Aguilera were later replaced this season by Usher and Shakira) to film a new reality series with TBS tentatively titled The Cee Lo Life.
“With his distinctive voice, winning personality, and remarkable ability to tap into a wide range of musical styles, Cee Lo Green has risen to the top of the music industry,” TBS President and Head of Programming Michael Wright said in a statement accompanying
Elektra Records has announced the release of “BEHIND THE CANDELABRA – MUSIC FROM THE HBO ORIGINAL FILM,” the musical companion to the highly anticipated HBO Films production. The album arrives at all leading digital retailers on May 21st; Behind The Candelabra debuts on HBO on Sunday, May 26th at 9pm (check local listings).
Behind The Candelabra stars Academy Award® winner Michael Douglas as the legendary Liberace and Academy Award® winner Matt Damon as Scott Thorson, the famously flamboyant showman’s
We continue Fitz and the Tantrums' Dream Sequence with part five. This time, however, we're given a look inside the wildly comedic mind of saxophonist James King, whose mile-a-minute thinking punctually presents the tropically toned "6AM". Watch below:
Chicago Now recently sat down with Kitten frontwomen Chloe Chaidez to talk about her energetic live show, Kitten's forthcoming album and more.
"My Dad introduced me to bands like Sigur Rós when I was really young," Chloe said. "We used to get a CMJ mixtape and we’d listen to it... And I used to hate it. I’d cover my ears and tell him to stop it when I was about seven. And then like two years later, I was nine and I got into it and now they’re one of my favorite bands... I think I grew up on Sigur Rós and Band of Horses and that kind of stuff my Dad has been listening to."
Fitz And The Tantrums stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night and performed two tracks off their new album 'More Than Just a Dream', including "Out of My League" and "The Walker". Watch the footage below: