The people who thought Lady Gaga was broke with all her costumes and elaborate stage during her last tour were right. She was broke!
"I had 3 million dollars in the bank to my name and I threw it all in to make my stage. So I was bankrupt during the show."
Gaga made the comments during an EPIX documentary set to debut on the network later this year entitles "Who The F--- Is Arthur Fogel?"
"I remember I went home and I was with my dad and he said, 'I don't understand. 'Bad Romance' is out. You are all over the radio. Everyone is talking about you and you don't have a pot to piss in.' I said, 'Just let me do this. Let me just put it on the stage because I think if I can do this I can get Arthur Fogel's attention.' And I did."
"I remember he called me and he said, 'We want to do this.' And he got Live Nation to write me a $40 million check. And it changed my life and the life of my whole family."-DocFB
Diagnosis: From $3 million to $40 million to how much now????
I am starting to think we should replace the word over-time with BEYONCE. Hey J, can you Beyonce for us? We need you to work a little longer.
Beyonce did that with her last album, recording over 80 songs for the record that caught the music industry off guard.
"When I started picking the songs that I gravitated towards – because I recorded about 80 songs – it was the songs that were more effortless for me that stuck around,"-Beyonce
In part three of the her behind the scenes documentary of the new album, she reveals the recording of the 80 songs. She also takes you behind the scenes of the video of "Drunk In Love" which stars her husband Jay Z.
It also shows behind the scenes clips of "XO," "No Angel" and "'Yonce," with "XO" being directed by Terry Richardson.-DocFB
Diagnosis: I gotta work Beyonce in 2014 for sure! We all do now...
Marshall Mathers's aka Eminem almost died a few years ago after overdosing on prescription drugs/pain killers. In a new documentary "How To Make Money Selling Drugs", Eminem talks about the experience.
"My name is Marshall. I'm an addict."
Fishbone has a new EP out and a new documentary as well. On October 20th, they will celebrate both in Los Angeles.
The documentary, "Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone" will debut in select theatres on October 21st. The new EP, "Crazy Glue" came out early this month. Thursday night, they will be having a record release concert for the new album.
The show will be held at the Bootleg Theatre in L.A. Tickets can be purchased for the event HERE.
The documentary is narrated by the one and only Laurence Fishburne. The documentary will cover Fishbone from the start and some candid and rare footage.
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea had this to say about Fishbone:“an important musicalinstitution”
Gwen Stefani of No Doubt added: "the band that gave us the inspirationto be a band.”
They are celebrating 25 years of groundbreaking music of American Ska, Rock Fusion and (so-called) Black Rock since starting their professional career in Los Angeles’ burgeoning Alternative Rock scene of the mid-1980s.
Make sure to pick up "Crazy Glue" and check out "Everyday Sunshine" when it is playing by you. A DVD of "Everyday Sunshine" will be released in 2012.
Again, you can purchase tickets to the release party concert HERE.-DocFB
Diagnosis: One Of The Best Live Acts Out There
The Original 7ven aka The Time are showing a documentary about the group at the Grammy Museum and afterwards they are going to hold a Q & A session.
The documentary is entitled Reel To Reel and the event cost $10.00 and tickets can only be purchased at the Grammy Museum. The event takes place Tuesday, October 18th, a day before the Original 7ven's concert at Club Nokia Wednesday, October 19th.
The Grammy Museum released this press release:
The GRAMMY Museum is proud to debut the intriguing new documentaryThe Original 7ven in the Clive Davis Theater. Chronicling the adventures of seven young musicians; Morris Day, Jesse Johnson, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Jellybean Johnson, Monte Moir, and Jerome Benton, the 80-minute film illustrates how the group came together in the early 80's and eventually rewrote music history. Required viewing for any fan of the Minneapolis Sound, the documentary is an up-close-and-personal portrait of life as told by the band members themselves. Their new album, Condensate, will be released the same day. After the screening, a group of panelists involved with the production, including the entire band, will be available to take audience questions.
Make sure to buy the best Buy version of the CD, as the documentary will come with the CD.
We are looking forward to the event. Again, you can only purchase tickets through the Grammy Museum. For the concert, there are still plenty of great seats left that can be purchased here.-DocFB
Diagnosis: We #Trendin
Here is "Year Of 4" documenting Beyonce's journey into recording "4" her latest CD. What made her title it "4" on this CD? Well, it is her 4th solo release. Kind of like when Lenny Kravitz entitled "5" after his 5th solo album.
It may not be original, but it works. Check out this documentary of "4" by Beyonce.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Who Rule The World?
Chris Rock is being sued over the documentary he is releasing Friday entitled "Good Hair" as a documentary filmmaker is saying Chris stole her idea.
Regina Kimbell is saying her 2005 doc entitled "My Nappy Roots" is what "Good Hair" is based on. Her film won best doc prize at the 2007 Hollywood Black Film Festival and had stars talking about black hairstyles from the jheri curl, the fro, and dreds.
Kimbell is saying she showed her movie to Rock in 2007 and that is how he got the idea for his film. She is seeking $5 million from Rock. At this time, Rock has not released a statement.
I don't know, it seems kind of odd the lawsuit is filed the week of the movie's release, no?-Dr.FB