Rock Music Artists
Get on the Wayne Train (Entertainment Weekly)
FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE, ''Someone To Love'' The lead single from this power-pop quartet's upcoming fourth album is every bit as catchy as their 2003 breakthrough hit ''Stacy's Mom,'' and its sharply observed lyrics make it clear why Fountains were critical favorites long before they turned up on MTV. Songwriters Adam Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood pack this tale of two yuppies with spot-on ...
Keeping it all in the family (Boston Globe)
Given their family's musical history and sheer size, it's not a shock that the three O'Malley brothers who make up the Safes -- Frankie , 33; Patrick , 30; and Michael , 29 -- formed a rock band. What is surprising is that they didn't start a marching band.
Fountains Of Wayne Endure Traffic And Weather (IGN Music)
New album slated for April. February 8, 2007 - On April 3rd, 2007 Virgin Records will release the new album from Fountains of Wayne.
Report for 02/23/06 (antiMUSIC)
pr-inside reports: A headline from The National Enquirer reads, "BRITNEY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. THE DRAMATIC RESCUE THAT SAVED HER LIFE." According to various reports, which detail the Enquirer's story: "The source for Enquirer claimed, 'After she shaved off her hair, Britney had a complete breakdown and tried to kill herself.'"
5:32 pm | Bonnaroo tickets on sale noon Friday (The Charlotte Observer)
The newly reunited Police will headline the four-day Bonnaroo Music Festival in June, which will also include the White Stripes, Tool and Wilco.
?Music and Lyrics? (The Davis Enterprise)
Published Feb 16, 2007 - 13:51:57 CST. Now, this is a romantic comedy.
Cd Review: America (Tucson Citizen)
America is back. Yes. THAT America. "A Horse With No Name." "Ventura Highway." "Muskrat Love."
Music Notes (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Plan 9 in Carytown is launching a monthly series of in-store performances by local artists. "Local Music Spotlight" begins Saturday at 1:30 p.m. with Conshafter , A New Dawn Fades and Robert Parker Vaughan . The shows will take place on a Saturday each month with different performers.
'Music and Lyrics' is a 3-way homer (The Pleasant Prairie Sun)
Who would have thought that Hugh Grant could sing? But he proves he can, as he joins with Drew Barrymore in a delicious Valentine's week bonbon called "Music and Lyrics." This triple-threat treat works as a traditional romantic comedy, as a satire of a pop music world that holds Britney Spears as a megastar, and even as a musical.
Smart comedy finds laughs in song (The Daily Gamecock)
Valentine's Day always brings its share of predictable romantic comedies, but "Music and Lyrics" proves to be a little better than expected - tastefully formulaic, yet charismatic and witty.
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