Lorde's mega-hit smash "Royals" is going to be banned from 2 San Francisco radio stations while the San Francisco Giants take on the Kansas City Royals starting Tuesday October 21st.
KFOG and KOIT in the bay area will not play the "Royals" song as long as the World Series is going on.
Kansas City radio stations have responded stating they will be playing Lorde's "Royals" every hour on the hour during the World Series.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Lorde wrote the song about the Kansas City Royals when she saw a picture of of George Brett from 1976 signing autographs.
Gwen Stefani is back going solo with "Baby Don't Lie" from her as yet untitled 3rd solo record. No Doubt fans don't fret. She is writing new material with them as well.
Ryan Tedder (OneRepublic, Beyoncé), Benny Blanco (Kesha, Katy Perry) and Noel Zancanella (Maroon 5) all co-produced the track.
So we gotta ask: Funk it or Dunk it?-DocFB
Diagnosis: A Funk It From Us big time!
The American Music Awards will be the same as it was in 2013. Well, at least when it comes to the host, which will be Pitbull.
"World, who would have thought Pitbull hosting the AMAs two years in a row," said Armando Christian Perez aka Pitbull., "The harder I work, the luckier I get. Thank you ABC and dick clark productions for the amazing opportunity - more than anything let's get ready to have fun. Dale!"
Iggy Azelea is up for 6 AMA's, the most by any artist this year. John Legend, Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams each have 4 and Lorde comes in with 3.-DocFB
Diagnosis: The AMA's air on ABC Sunday November 23rd.
The hotness that is Emma Stone is going to be starring in "Cabaret" on Broadway. The promo photo is our photo of the moment.
Emma will be playing the role of Sally Bowles and is taking over for Michelle Williams. Stone will be playing Bowles from Nov. 11 through Feb. 1, 2015, and will join Alan Cumming.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Any chance this comes to L.A. at all....?
Portland duo Priory have released their new 'Weekend' EP today, as they head into NYC for a release show tonight Wednesday, October 15th at the Mercury Lounge. The band kicked off their national tour last month with The Kooks, and have added west coast dates with White Arrows. They'll also be making an appearance at Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas.
Watch them perform a stripped-down version of 'Weekend' on the roof of Hollywood Towers in LA for Balcony TV.-DocFB
Diagnosis: The band's single, 'Weekend,' debuted on the alternative radio charts in its first week, and is featured on the EP alongside three brand new tracks. Brandon Rush and Kyle Sears sold everything they had (including their own blood), and built out a studio in an old cement factory. They dealt with hardships during the recording process - family members with cancer, friends that died of drug overdoses - but turned their life experiences into positive songs with meaningful messages. The best part is - they did it all themselves.
Pink Palms, the highly anticipated debut album from Los Angeles duo The Bots is out now on the FADER Label.
To purchase the album now, click HERE.
Pink Palms was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Justin Warfield, with additional production by Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner. The album was mixed by Michael Patterson (Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G) and mastered by Emily Lazar (HAIM, Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters).
The Bots are Los Angeles brothers and bandmates Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei (17 and 21 years old). Their distinctive sound brings together the veracity of garage/punk while paying homage to the American blues and ballad tradition. The Bots are deeply intertwined in the American music narrative while, at the same time, carving out a wholly new, powerful, uniquely personal storyline.
Forbes has announced that LP, Afrojack, Wiz Khalifa, and OCD: Moosh And Twist will headline the Forbes Under 30 Music Festival, a presentation of Global Citizen Nights, on the evening of October 19, 2014 at the Piazza at Schmidt's in Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood. The festival will kick off the first-ever Under 30 Summit, a three-day gathering of 1,000 of America's most outstanding young entrepreneurs and leaders in Philadelphia.
Forbes is producing the concert in partnership with Global Citizen, the organization behind the annual Global Citizen Festival in New York's Central Park. A part of the Global Citizen campaign, Global Citizen Nights is a series of free-ticketed concerts that will bring major artists to intimate venues as part of the movement to end extreme poverty by 2030.
Warner Bros. Records recording artist and acclaimed songwriter / performer, LP is thrilled to be part of this event and enthused: "I'm so stoked to play the Forbes Under 30 Music Fest!! Gonna be a great show for a great cause and somebody is definitely gonna get high!! Let's do this!!"
Starting today, music fans and activists can take "actions" to end extreme poverty atwww.globalcitizen.org/nights and use points to enter for the chance to win tickets.From sending a Tweet, to signing a petition or watching a related video, fans will learn about four of the key issues in the fight to end extreme poverty: water and sanitation, vaccines, Ebola and youth rights.