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Comedian Jared Goldstein says working with 5SOS was a “dream job from heaven”
Comedian Jared Goldstein says working with 5SOS was a “dream job from heaven”
Jared Goldstein didn’t always want to be a comedian, but instead harbored ambitions of becoming a singer. Just ask his mother, who was serenaded by her son with a Backstreet Boys song at his bar mitzvah. As a child, he narrowly missed out on the role of Simba in the Broadway version of The Lion King and later took himself to Los Angeles to become an actor. You ...
1998’s top 15 punk albums simultaneously changed and preserved the form
1998’s top 15 punk albums simultaneously changed and preserved the form
Top 15 punk albums of 1998? You’d be forgiven for thinking that there weren’t any in the year the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal dominated the news. A quick perusal of Billboard’s Hot 100 singles of the year sees domination by several R&B (Destiny’s Child, Janet Jackson, Usher, Mariah Carey) or hip-hop (Puff Daddy, Master P, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliott) acts. Neo-country artists Shania..
‘Umbrella Academy’ star Aidan Gallagher interviews Gerard Way in new series
‘Umbrella Academy’ star Aidan Gallagher interviews Gerard Way in new series
This week, The Umbrella Academy star Aidan Gallagher launched a new series on his YouTube channel with Gerard Way. Together, the duo has teamed up to discuss all things music-related. In the first part of the interview, Way opened up about his recording studio and working with producer, engineer and longtime friend Doug McKean...
Elliot Page discusses filming ‘Umbrella Academy’ after coming out as trans
Elliot Page discusses filming ‘Umbrella Academy’ after coming out as trans
Last month, the cast and crew of Netflix's The Umbrella Academy reunited to begin filming season 3. For the new episodes, Elliot Page is back with the Hargreeves clan as Vanya. Now, Page has opened up about how filming for The Umbrella Academy has changed since publicly coming out as transgender and non-binary last year...
State Champs can agree on the best pop-punk band but not much else
State Champs can agree on the best pop-punk band but not much else
If you’ve ever needed a knowledgeable pop-punk band to answer all of your burning early ’00s pop music questions, State Champs have you covered. Or if you need a couple of guys to rank pop-punk legends, they can do that too. And they’re not afraid to stir up some controversy or crank out some choreography in the process.  The choreogr...
These 10 alternative covers put a modern spin on ’90s favorites
These 10 alternative covers put a modern spin on ’90s favorites
We’re all gripped by ’90s nostalgia, and our favorite alternative artists are no exception. The difference is instead of scouring for Furbys on eBay, they’re covering some iconic songs of the decade. While we can’t say that we ever expected pop-punk or metalcore renditions of ’90s hits, we’re certainly here for it. After all, we can imagine most of ...
QUIZ: Is it a Waterparks or a boy band lyric?
QUIZ: Is it a Waterparks or a boy band lyric?
Waterparks describe themselves as “God’s favorite boy band.” Because who wouldn’t love both FANDOM and Entertainment in their entirety?  Whether you’re a fan of the Parx boys’ edgy instrumentals and style, Backstreet Boys’ iconic all-white outfits or One Direction’s, well, everything, there’s lots to love about the world of boy bands. Music has been blessed from New Kids On The Block in the ’... R
Report claims labels paid to get Halsey, twenty one pilots and more airplay
Report claims labels paid to get Halsey, twenty one pilots and more airplay
It looks like a lot of record labels are in some hot water. A report has been published that claims various labels have been making illegal pay-for-play deals for artists including Halsey, twenty one pilots and Panic! At The Disco. According to the report, these shady deals have been going down behind closed doors with certain labels and one independent radio promoter...
See Billie Joe Armstrong, Billie Eilish and Dave Grohl play hits at home
See Billie Joe Armstrong, Billie Eilish and Dave Grohl play hits at home
Elton John's “iHeart Living Room Concert” went down on Sunday, March 29. The livestreamed concert for coronavirus relief featured Billie Eilish, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, Dave Grohl and more.  Eilish and her brother FINNEAS played "bad guy," while Armstrong and Grohl rocked their living rooms with "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" and "My Hero" respectively.
Billie Eilish and Billie Joe Armstrong are rocking living room benefit sets
Billie Eilish and Billie Joe Armstrong are rocking living room benefit sets
Elton John is doing his part to provide some much-needed entertainment right now with a livestreamed concert featuring Billie Eilish, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, Backstreet Boys and more. The virtual benefit concert is officially titled “iHeart Living Room Concert” and is airing on FOX while encouraging donations to various initiatives supporting medical professionals and first respon
Slashstreet Boys return with new Backstreet Boys horror parody
Slashstreet Boys return with new Backstreet Boys horror parody
If you're a fan of classic horror movies but also love some bubblegum boy band pop music, parody group The Slashstreet Boys are going to be your favorite new thing. The group came out with “I’ll Kill You That Way” last year parodying the iconic Backstreet Boys track and this year they're back with “As Long As You’re Bloody.” Read More: Tom DeLonge UFO research ... Read More ...
Set It Off perform epic Backstreet Boys cover—with impressive choreography
Set It Off perform epic Backstreet Boys cover—with impressive choreography
We love Set It Off, and we really love when Set It Off cover our other faves: That's right, the Backstreet Boys. Read more: Set It Off share song written with the help of 1000 fans "Are you ready out there?" asked frontman Cody Carson, and the band broke out into a choreographed dance to "Everybody" by Backstreet Boys at their show in Cleveland last night. Watch the band perfor