Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys feels ‘more womanly’ since becoming a mother

Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys

The 30-year-old singer ‘ who has a nine-month-old son Egypt with husband Swizz Beatz ‘ has found parenthood has made her more content and “connected” with herself.

She said: “It’s about becoming more centred in myself. Having the baby has connected me to a deep, more womanly place.”
Alicia also described her marriage to Swizz ‘ whose real name is Kasseem Dean ‘ as “very equal”.

She said: “We have a very equal relationship. Equal is my favourite word.”

The ‘Empire State of Mind’ hitmaker is upset about the sexualisation of pop music, and was astonished at the sight she was greeted by at her goddaughter’s recent birthday party.

She explained: “There were little girls emulating the dance moves they’d seen on TV, like six-year-old strippers.

“I’m going to have to teach my son by example.”

Alicia Keys to mark anniversary of her ‘Songs in A Minor’ album with a special London gig

Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys is to mark the 10-year anniversary of her ‘Songs in A Minor’ album with a special London concert. The ‘Empire State of Mind’ hitmaker is to celebrate a decade since the release of her debut LP by performing at the historic Royal Albert Hall on June 13. The intimate show, entitled ‘Piano & I: A One Night Only Event With Alicia Keys’, will see the singer perform tracks from the album, as well as some of her other classic hits, accompanied just by her piano.

She told BBC Radio 1′s Newsbeat: “It’s incredible that I’ve been able to make it 10 years and here we are celebrating that.

“London is so good to me. I want to show my gratitude.”

In addition to the concert, Alicia – who will also tell stories about her career during the show – is releasing deluxe and collectors’ editions of ‘Songs in A Minor’ on June 27.

The new reworking of the album will also feature 10 tracks penned by the singer at the time she was first writing the album.

She said: “I think back to a time when I barely thought an album would be able to come out just because there were so many trials and tribulations.

“When the record did finally come out and was able to be heard and people fell in love with it, it was a testament to doing great music and not allowing people’s negativity stop you from what you dream.”

My Chemical Romance full UK tour dates.

My Chemical Romance full UK tour dates.

My Chemical Romance full UK tour dates.

My Chemical Romance full tour dates. When My Chemical Romance debuted material from their current album release ‘Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys’ with a phenomenal show at London’s HMV Hammersmith Apollo, Kerrang! described the event as ‘truly triumphant’, while NME observed it as an ‘utter slaying of London’.  My Chemical Romance will commence 2011 with the release of the single ‘Sing’ on January 10th on Warner Bros. Records. The slow-burning, inspirational ‘Sing’ was cultivated at the home studio of producer and Warner Bros. Records chairman Rob Cavallo (Paramore, Green Day). The video, directed by the band’s frontman Gerard Way and P.R. Brown (Prince, Alicia Keys, Smashing Pumpkins), can be seen at www.mychemicalromance.com. ‘Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys’ is the album My Chemical Romance have been building towards their entire, nearly decade long career. From soaring sentiment (‘The Only Hope for Me is You’) to bare-knuckled brawling in the streets (‘DESTROYA’) it defies lazy labels and demolishes expectations. Beholden to no scene, credo or code it’s a rock ‘n’ roll album from the future aimed directly at the dead-hearted present. ‘Next year it’ll be ten years since we’ve been together,’ says guitarist Frank Iero. ‘That’s a long time to stay in one shade. And I think if you’ve been a fan of our band for a long time then you need these different feelings in your life, these different emotions to come through. And I know that because it’s what we need right now.’ Now fans who missed out on that intimate show can experience material from ‘Danger Days’ in the live setting for the first time with the confirmation of a major nationwide arena tour in February 2011. My Chemical Romance will play:

February 2011 Box office

12th ‘ London, Wembley Arena 0844 815 0815
13th ‘ Birmingham, LG Arena 0844 338 8000
15th ‘ Glasgow, SECC 08444 999 990
18th ‘ Manchester, MEN Arena 0844 847 8000
19th ‘ Nottingham, Trent FM Arena 08444 124 624
21st ‘ Cardiff, CIA 029 2022 4488
22nd ‘ Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena 0844 493 6666

www.mychemicalromance.com

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts. Billboard magazine has unveiled their year-end charts for 2010 and its little surprise that Lady Gaga is the Artist of the Year just one year after receiving the New Artist of 2009. She has two albums in the top 13 for the year and four singles in the top 100. New artists of the year goes to Ke$ha who had the biggest single of the year with Tik Tok. She is the first woman in the 64 year history of the Billboard charts to have the biggest single of the year with her debut. The biggest album of the year goes to Susan Boyle’s I Dreamed a Dream which spent six weeks at number one during the eligibility period. Lady Antebellum also makes history by being the first Top Duo/Group for the year from the country genre. The year-end charts are based on chart performance from the December 5, 2009 to the November 27, 2010 issue of the magazine. The top five artists of the year based on all chart activity:

•1. Lady Gaga
•2. Taylor Swift
•3. Eminem
•4. Lady Antebellum
•5. Ke$ha

As far as veteran artists go, only three made it into the top 100. Michael Jackson was highest at 28 due to his showing of four albums in the top 200 of the year. Second was Sade who, on the surface, had an even bigger year with the top Album, R&B Album and R&B Single of the Year by a veteran artist, but they were limited to just the one hit album and single. Finally, Reba McEntire made the list by having three singles in the country top 50 along with the biggest country album by a veteran artist.

•28. Michael Jackson
•46. Sade
•88. Reba McEntire

Here are the top five from each of the charts plus all other chart positions for veteran artists.

Top 200 Albums of 2010

•1. I Dreamed a Dream – Susan Boyle
•2. Recovery – Eminem
•3. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•4. The Fame – Lady Gaga
•5. My World 2.0 – Justin Bieber
•14. Soldier of Love – Sade
•22. This is It – Michael Jackson
•39. Number Ones – Michael Jackson
•54. Live at the Troubadour – Carole King & James Taylor
•65. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•82. Hope For Haiti Now – Various Artists
•88. The Circle – Bon Jovi
•90. If On a Winter’s Night – Sting
•99. Mojo – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
•106. Greatest Hits – Journey
•111. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•112. Essential – Michael Jackson
•124. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendrix
•133. Good Evening New York City – Paul McCartney
•137. Thriller – Michael Jackson
•142. Keep on Loving You – Reba McEntire
•145. Legend: The Best of – Bob Marley & the Wailers
•154. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•156. Christmas: 25th Anniversary Collection – Mannheim Steamroller
•157. Chronicles: The 20 Greatest Hits – Creedence Clearwater Revival
•162. Soulbook – Rod Stewart
•173. Buffet Hotel – Jimmy Buffett
•176. Exile on Main Street – Rolling Stones
•187. Guitar Heaven: The Greatest The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time – Santana

Top 100 Singles of 2010

•1. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•2. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•3. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•4. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•5. OMG – Usher Featuring will.i.am
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Top 75 Digital Songs of 2010

•1. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•2. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•3. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•4, Love the Way You Lie – Eminem Featuring Rihanna
•5. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Top 75 Radio Songs of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2, OMG – Usher Featuring Rihanna
•3. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•4. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•5. Nothin’ on You – B.o.B. Featuring Bruno Mars
•No Veteran Artists Charting

R&B and Blues

Top 100 R&B Albums of 2010

•1. Recovery – Eminem
•2. The E.N.D. – Black Eyed Peas
•3. The Element of Freedom – Alicia Keys
•4. Soldier of Love – Sade
•5. Thank Me Later – Drake
•8. This is It – Michael Jackson
•42. Still – BeBe & CeCe Winans
•46. I Look to You – Whitney Houston
•48. Number Ones – Janet Jackson
•63. Lotus Flow3r/MpLSound/Elix3r – Prince/Bria Valente
•80. Uncle Charlie – Charlie Wilson
•81. Ultimate Christmas Collection – Jackson 5

Top 100 R&B Singles of 2010

•1. Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready) – Alicia Keys
•2. There Goes My Baby – Usher
•3. It Kills Me – Melanie Fiona
•4. Everything to Me – Monica
•5. Say Aah – Trey Songz Featuring Fabolous
•37. Soldier of Love – Sade
•71. Close to You – BeBe & CeCe Winans
•79. Can’t Live Without You – Charlie Wilson
•81. Million Dollar Bill – Whitney Houston
•95. Can It Stay – Gerald Levert

Top 15 Blues Albums of 2010

•1. Memphis Blues – Cyndi Lauper
•2. Black Rock – Joe Bonamassa
•3. Bingo! – Steve Miller Band
•4. Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook – Bettye LaVette
•5. Roadsongs – Derek Trucks Band
•6. Cadillac Records – Soundtrack
•7. Living Proof – Buddy Guy
•13. Acquired Taste – Delbert McClinton & Dick50
•15. Icon – Etta James

Country, Bluegrass and Folk

Top 75 Country Albums of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2. Fearless – Taylor Swift
•3. Speak Now – Taylor Swift
•4. Play On – Carrie Underwood
•5. The Foundation – Zac Brown Band
•24. Keep on Loving You – Reba McEntire
•31. Twang – George Strait
•37. American VI: Ain’t No Grave – Johnny Cash
•49. The List – Rosanne Cash
•66. Country Music – Willie Nelson
•72. All the Women I Am – Reba McEntire

Top 60 Country Singles of 2010

•1. Love Like Crazy – Lee Brice
•2. Rain is a Good Thing – Luke Bryan
•3. Why Don’t We Just Dance – Josh Turner
•4. All Over Me – Josh Turner
•5. The Man I Want to Be – Chris Young
•40. I Gotta Get to You – George Strait
•42. Consider Me Gone – Reba McEntire
•50. The Breath You Take – George Strait
•53. I Keep On Loving You – Reba McEntire
•56. Turn on the Radio – Reba McEntire

Top 15 Bluegrass Albums of 2010

•1. Up on the Ridge – Dierks Bentley
•2. Genuine Negro Jig – Carolina Chocolate Drops
•3. Sing the Statler Brothers – Dailey & Vincent
•4. The Crow: New Songs For the 5-String Banjo – Steve Martin
•5. Naturally: A Nearly A Cappella Collection – Isaacs
•6. Mountain Soul II – Patty Loveless
•14. Solo: Songs My Dad Loved – Ricky Skaggs
•15. High, Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project – Loudon Wainwright III

Top 15 Folk Albums of 2010

•Not Yet Available

Rock

Top 50 Rock Albums of 2010

•1. Battle Studies – John Mayer
•2. The Fall – Norah Jones
•3. The Twilight Saga: New Moon – Soundtrack
•4. To the Sea – Jack Johnson
•5. Ocean Eyes – Owl City
•11. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•21. The Circle – Bon Jovi
•25. Mojo – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
•30. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•31. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendrix•33. Good Evening New York City – Paul McCartney
•40. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•49. Buffet Hotel – Jimmy Buffett

Top 50 Hard Rock Albums of 2010

•1. Dark Horse – Nickelback
•2. A Thousand Suns – Linkin Park
•3. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•4. The Oracle – Godsmack
•5. Nightmare – Avenged Sevenfold•9. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•10. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendri
•15. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•22. Greatest Hits – Motley Crue
•28. The Final Frontier – Iron Maiden
•34. Greatest Hits – Bon Jovi
•39. Chickenfoot – Chickenfoot
•47. Custom Built – Bret Michaels
•49. World Painted Blood – Slayer
•50. Sonic Boom – Kiss

Top 50 Rock Songs of 2010

•1. Savior – Rise Against
•2. Uprising – Muse
•3. I Will Not Bow – Breaking Benjamin
•4. Break – Three Days Grace
•5. Lay Me Down – The Dirty Heads Featuring Rome
•33. Let Me Hear You Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•44. New Fang – Them Crooked Vultures

Adult Contemporary

Top 50 Adult Contemporary Tracks of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•3. Haven’t Met You Yet – Michael Buble
•4. Smile – Uncle Kracker
•5. Already Gone – Kelly Clarkson
•41. We Weren’t Born to Follow – Bnn Jovi

Top 50 Adult Pop Songs of 2010

•1. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•2. Breakeven – Script
•3. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•4. If It’s Love – Train
•5. Life After You – Daughtry
•50. Superman Tonight – Bon Jovi

Dance

Top 50 Dance/Club Play Songs of 2010

•1. Rocket – Goldfrapp
•2. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
•3. All the Lovers – Kylie Minogue
•4. Fire With Fire – Scissor Sisters
•5. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•13. Make Me – Janet Jackson
•23. Give Me Something – (Yoko) Ono
•31. To Paris With Love – Donna Summer
•50. Wouldn’t (I’m a Star) – (Yoko) Ono

Top 25 Dance/Electric Albums of 2010

•1. The Fame – Lady Gaga
•2. The Fame Monster (EP) – Lady Gaga
•3. Ocean Eyes – Owl City
•4. La Roux – La Roux
•5. The Remix – Lady Gaga
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Jazz

Top 50 Jazz Albums of 2010

•1, Crazy Love – Michael Buble
•2. Your Songs – Harry Connick, Jr.
•3. Love is the Answer – Barbra Streisand
•4. Making Merry – Various Artists
•5. Letters to Santa – Various Artists
•9. Heart & Soul – Kenny G
•14. Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin – Brian Wilson
•17. The Imagine Project – Herbie Hancock
•18. Come Rain or Come Shine – Peggy Lee
•20. Christmas Jazz Jam – Wynton Marsalis
•21. Jasmine – Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haydn
•23. Preservation – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
•26. Super Hits – Kenny G
•27. Orchestrion – Pat Metheney
•28. The Gospel According to Jazz: Chapter III – Kirk Whalum
•31. I’m New Here – Gil Scott-Heron
•33. Songs From Lonely Avenue – Brian Setzer
•34. Sinatra: New York – Frank Sinatra
•35. Lee Ritenour’s 6 String Theory – Various Artists
•38. Songs and Stories – George Benson
•40. Vocabularies – Bobby McFerrin
•42. Twelve Nights in Hollywood – Ella Fitzgerald
•44. Sending My Love – Norman Brown
•45. Christmas With Sinatra and Friends – Frank Sinatra
•46. The Complete Reprise Recordings – Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim
•47. Collector’s Edition – Frank Sinatra

Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian Digitally For Charity

 "Die" Digitally For Charity

"Die" Digitally For Charity

Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian And More To “Die” Digitally For Charity. Some of Facebook and Twitter’s most popular members are quitting the social network sites to raise money for charity. Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Justin Timberlake, and Alicia Keys are joining Digital Life Sacrifice, a campaign to raise money for Keep a Child Alive. The celebrities have already filmed their “last tweet and testament” videos in preparation for their “death” from the digital world on World AIDS Day, Wednesday. The initiative, organized by Keys’ Keep a Child Alive charity, will see the stars quit their Facebook and Twitter accounts on Wednesday, and won’t log back in until $1 million has been raised. Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Ryan Seacrest, Elijah Wood, Serena Williams, and Keys’ husband, Swizz Beatz, are also joining the innovative campaign. Keep a Child Alive cares for the families, especially children, in Africa affected by the HIV/AIDS. President and co-founder of the charity, Leigh Blake, said, “We’re trying to sort of make the remark: Why do we care so much about the death of one celebrity as opposed to millions and millions of people dying in the place that we’re all from?” He added that Lady Gaga, who has more than 7 million followers on Twitter and almost 24 million Facebook fans, may even be able to raise the $1million “all by herself.

Lady Gaga Dominates MTV VMAs With 8 Wins

Lady Gaga Dominates MTV VMAs With 8 Wins

Lady Gaga Dominates MTV VMAs With 8 Wins

Lady Gaga Dominates MTV VMAs With 8 Wins.  It was Lady Gaga’s night at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday. The award show’s most nominated artist for a single year in its history made history by winning 8 moon men, the most awards garnered by a female performer. The 24-year-old singer’s “Bad Romance” won 7 categories, including Video and Female Video of the Year, Pop Video, and Dance Video. Her “Telephone” won Collaboration with Beyonce Knowles. She thanked her “little monsters” for the voting. She gave a big “thank you” to all the gays as well.When she took the stage to receive her Video of the Year award from Cher no less, she fulfilled a promise by announcing the name of her new album. “I was so nervous for tonight that I would let my fans down. I promised that if I won tonight, I’d announce the name of my new record.” “It’s called ‘Born This Way,’” she was before she sang a few lines from a track. Eminem is the second biggest winner of the night. His “Not Afraid” won Male Video and Hip-Hop Video at the show. And while he was able to share the stage with Rihanna when they performed their chart-topping track “Love the Way You Lie,” he wasn’t around anymore to receive his trophies. It turned out he had a flight to catch as he was due to perform with Jay-Z in New York the following day. Meanwhile, Kanye West and Taylor Swift kept their feud alive after a year. They separately took the stage and performed personal songs that addressed last year’s row when West crashed Swift’s acceptance speech. Swift performed first with an unnamed son, taking an aim at the rapper with its lyrics that include: “Some things you can’t speak of, but tonight you live it all again” and “You have new Septembers. Everyone one of us has messed up, too.’ West confused audience with “Runaway.” It was not clear if he was self-deprecating or saluting other “douchebags” of the world. “You’ve been putting up with my s*** for way too long,” he sang. “Let’s have a toast for the scumbags. Let’s have a toast for the jerk****. Baby, I got a plan. Runaway fast as you can.”
List of winners:

Video of the Year: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga

•Female Video: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
•Male Video: “Not Afraid,” Eminem
•Best New Artist: Justin Bieber, “Baby”
•Rock Video: “Kings and Queens,” 30 Seconds to Mars
•Pop Video: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
•Hip-Hop Video: “Not Afraid,” Eminem
•Breakthrough Video: “Tighten Up,” The Black Keys
•Collaboration: “Telephone,” Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce
•Dance Video: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
•Choreography: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
•Editing: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
•Direction: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
•Special Effects: “Uprising,” Muse
•Art Direction: “Dog Days Are Over,” Florence + the Machine
•Cinematography: “Empire State of Mind,” Jay-Z and Alicia Keys
•Tre3s Latino Artist of the Year: Aventura

VH1 Reveals “100 Greatest Artists Of All Time” Starting September 6

Jim Shearer,

Jim Shearer,

VH1 Reveals “100 Greatest Artists Of All Time” Starting today September 6. VH1 will be hosting a 4-night special that will feature the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time.” The new special will be hosted by Jim Shearer, the host of VH1’s “Top 20 Video Countdown,” and will feature some of the greatest musicians of all time. Shearer will take fans on a trip back in time from 1998 to see how much the list has changed in the new age of iPods and online videos. Various musicians helped decide on the list and included stars such as Alicia Keys, Ozzy Osbourne, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Iggy Pop, Nas, Rob Halford (Judas Priest), Geddy Lee (Rush), Alex Lifeson (Rush), Michael Diamond (Beastie Boys), Daryl Hall, John Oates and Noel Gallagher (Oasis). Gene Simmons (KISS), Adam Levine (Maroon Five), 50 Cent, Nelly Furtado, Mandy Moore, Carrie Underwood, Adam Clayton (U2) and others also voted on who they thought deserved the highly coveted title. VH1’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time” will kick off on today, September 6.

Shakira, Nominated In New MTV Video Music Award Category

Shakira, Nominated In New MTV Video Music Award Category

Shakira, Nominated In New MTV Video Music Award Category

Shakira, Camila Earn Nomination In New MTV Video Music Award Category. MTV is adding one more category to the list of awards being handed out as part of this year’s 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. Shakira and Pitbull are among the nominees vying for the newly announced Moon Man. Shakira, Pitbull, Camila, Wisin y Yandel, Aventura, and Daddy Yankee are all in the running for the “Tr3s Latino Artist of the Year” award. Fans can cast their vote online at http://www.tr3s.com/ for their favorite artist. The award won’t be announced during the regular MTV Video Music Awards broadcast. It’ll be announced when this year’s VMA’s airs on Tr3s, formerly MTV Tr3s, on September 18th at 5pm ET/PT.  None of the “Latino Artist of the Year” nominees are set to perform, but Eminem, Justin Bieber, Usher, Kanye West, Pink, Alicia Keys, Drake, Katy Perry Jay-Z, Florence + the Machine, and 30 Seconds to Mars are all set to perform. Selena Gomez, Ke$ha, Nicki Minaj, Ashley Greene, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz and more to be announced will be on hand to present.  The 27th Annual MTV Video Music Awards are set to air live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 12th at 9pm. The special encore presentation, featuring the “Tr3s Latino Artist of the Year” winner, airs Saturday, September 18th at 5pm

Eminem To Perform At 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

Lady Gaga leads the pack of nominees for this year’s awards

Lady Gaga leads the pack of nominees for this year’s awards

Eminem To Perform At 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. With more nominations than any other male artist this year, Eminem has been announced as the latest performer to take the stage at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.  
The rapper has performed at the 1999, 2000, and 2002 Video Music Awards. He’ll be hitting the MTV’s VMA stage for the fourth time in his career. Eminem joins Justin Bieber and B.o.B. as performers recently added to this year’s line-up. Also set to perform are Kanye West, Usher, Florence + the Machine, Alicia Keys, Pink, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Drake, and 30 Seconds to Mars. Among the stars set to present at this years show are Ke$ha, Ashley Greene, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj, Emma Stone, Ne-Yo, Penn Badgley, and Trey Songz.  Eminem scored eight nominations at this year’s VMA’s, including “Best Male Video,” “Best Hip Hip Video,” and “Video of the Year” for “Not Afraid.” Lady Gaga leads the pack of nominees for this year’s awards, with a record-breaking 13 nominations, including double nods for “Video of the Year.” The 27th Annual MTV Video Music Awards are set to air live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 12th at 9pm.

Train Gets “Unplugged” On VH1 In September

Train Gets "Unplugged" On VH1 In September

Train Gets "Unplugged" On VH1 In September

Train Gets “Unplugged” On VH1 In September. Train is getting “Unplugged” with the return of MTV and VH1’s iconic series. The Grammy Award-winning group are the latest artists to strip down their sound for the mostly acoustic, intimate performance.  Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood are riding the wave of their latest huge hit, “Hey, Soul Sister.” They’ll also perform more cuts from their latest album, “Save Me San Francisco,” including “If It’s Love,” and “Marry Me.” They’ll also perform their hit “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” and a cover, which has yet to be revealed. Exclusive interviews and performances from “Unplugged: Train” did debut on the VH1 website on August 12th, while the full special will air as part of VH1’s “Friday Night Alright” on Friday, September 17th at 11pm and on Palladia Saturday, September 18th at 9pm. Train are the latest artists to go “Unplugged,” which have included current stars and music legends like Nirvana, Mariah Carey, Eric Clapton, Alicia Keys, and Pearl Jam. Train are currently on tour with John Mayer. They’ll continue on a solo tour through the U.S. at the end of the month before heading overseas for shows in the UK, Germany, and Switzerland, among other spots.

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