An injury has disrupted the current All-American Rejects tour.

All-American-RejectsAn injury has disrupted the current All-American Rejects tour, causing the band to miss one headlining date as well as a couple of shows with blink-182. Details are sketchy, but the band’s publicist issued a short e-mail today saying lead singer Ian Ritter “sustained an injury while on tour and is taking necessary precautions for a speedy recovery.”  Tyson Ritter of All American Rejects Video Game Awards, Sony Picture Studios, Culver City, Calif. December 14, 2008  The sudden change in Continue reading →

Dutch Kraak & Smaak new single + USA DJ tour

Kraak & Smaak‘I Ain’t Gonna Take It No More’ is the latest single to be released from the album Plastic People. The track is released as a radio edit (featuring Sebastian from the K&S live band on vocals) and includes a Bart B More remix as well as their own K&S club mix. In a collaboration with Kraak & Smaak has also launched a competition to create the official video for this single. The winner could win Continue reading →

Daughtry Announces Arena Tour Dates

chris-daughtryChris Daughtry and the rock band that bears his name are only halfway through a string of summer club dates celebrating the chart-topping album “Leave This Town,” but the next extended jaunt through North American arenas is already set. The big-room leg of the tour kicks off Oct. 19 in Topeka, Kan. and winds up on Dec. 20 in Evansville, Ind. Ticket information about the upcoming shows can be found at Continue reading →

Aaron Spelling’s ‘Manor’ On Sale For $150 Million

the-manorThe widow of producer Aaron Spelling is placing “The Manor” in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood on the market for a jaw-dropping $150 million, making it by far the most expensive home for sale in the U.S. The French chateau-style mansion has 56,500 square feet of space on more than 4.6 acres and is the largest home in Los Angeles County. Among the neighbors are the Los Angeles Country Club and, not too far away, the Playboy Mansion.

Candy Spelling’s late husband produced hit shows such as “Charlie’s Angels,” “Dynasty” and “Beverly Hills 90210.” He died in 2006.

“Everything there is glamorous, and is luxurious and it’s really great scale,” said Sally Forster Jones, an agent with Coldwell Banker Previews International in Los Angeles, which is co-listing the property. “There really is nothing to compare it to.”

Candy Spelling told The Associated Press that she let her dog Madison, a soft-coated Wheaten Terrier, help pick out the best real estate agent for the task. She had her security bring the dog into the room every time she met one of the candidate agents and watched how the dog reacted. If Madison didn’t like them, Spelling crossed them off the list.

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