Calling all TRUE FUNK SOLDIERS and MUSICIANS!!!
If you were interviewing Nile Rodgers, what would you ask?
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Diagnosis: FREAK OUT!
LiV Warfield's new album "THE UNEXPECTED" will be due for release tomorrow Feb. 18th! We will be doing a LIVE LISTENING SESSION with LiV and her band BLACKBIRD that night as well!
You can RSVP to the event HERE!
Check out this EXCLUSIVE clip of LiV performing the title track of her new album "THE UNEXPECTED"!
We will be playing music from the new album and LiV and the band will be answering your questions live at 10 P.M. Eastern Time/9 Central/7 Pacific.
Make sure to buy the album tomorrow HERE!-DocFB
Diagnosis: Going to be a great, great show! Don't miss it!
PRINCE and 3RDEYEGIRL went on BB6 Radio to announce a show for tonight at Shephard's Bush (EMPIRE) at 7 P.M. What should you expect at the show? The Unexpected!
Tickets at the door. Show expected to start at 8 P.M.
Ticket price is 10 pounds.
They talked about what kind of band leader Prince is. No setlist right before the show and he changes the setlist during the show as well according to Hannah. I have seen it.
They have memorized over 300 songs to perform according to Ida.
Donna talked about how long they jam. Donna being the last person to join the jam shows that 3RDEYEGIRL did not fully come together til then.
They also asked about the gymnastics of Prince while on stage. All right then.
If a second show gets added, we will let you know!-DocFB
Diagnosis: Expect the UNEXPECTED....#princearmy
3RDEYEGIRL just did an interview talking about the new album "PLECTRUMELECTRUM" and working with PRINCE!
A short but good interview. Nice to hear the ladies talk. About Paisley Park. About ping pong. Great. Now I think all of them can whoop my non-existent booty. I'm retiring!
I Love these ladies. There is not much more I can say but take a listen to the interview!-DocFB
Diagnosis: Yea, I'm done with Ping Pong. Now...when can I get "PLECTRUMELECTRUM"...?
EMINEM is about to appear on ESPN alongside Brent Musburger. Why does he all of a sudden look spaced out?
I knew we were about to show the 'Berzerk' video, so I was doing what I call the Berzerk face," he says. "The whole song to me feels like vintage Beastie Boys. And you know the 'Pass the Mic' video where Ad-Rock is making that face, kind of not looking the camera? I was doing my own version."
Eminem discusses this in the new issue of Rolling Stone with Eminem on the cover. This is Em's 8th cover of Rolling Stone.
He talks about that this is the happiest he has ever been and that rap saved him although because of that he considers himself to be an idiot savant.
Ariana Grande is not afraid to run from the subject of Miley Cyrus and is also is one of her defenders.
Grande tells Complex Magazine....
"Miley looks like she is having the time of her life, and I think anybody who's giving her a hard time is wishing deep down they were having as much as she is right now. People are being so cruel. I think that's bullying, and she should do whatever the hell she wants. Everybody needs to have more fun. If it's not your taste, don't look at it. I get so hyped up about the Miley thing because I think she's cool."
OK. Ariana tho, can you tell her to put her tongue back in her mouth already?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Does Miley have an opening act for her tour yet?
Two fine. Maybe even three fine. For W Magazine's November issue though, Katy Perry appears on W magazine with 2 different covers. Oh, and she talks about John Mayer again. You guys know they are together right? Just wanted to make sure you didn't miss it.
Oh, Katy also discussed religion. Wonder how many bloggers/music writers are brave enough to put "G O D" in the title of a post?
In talking about John, she did keep it brief:
"I actually am dating my crush. I had a crush on him for a long time, and it just so happens we fit together great."
As for her single "Roar", to Katy, it is a movement:
“This song is about sticking up for yourself. People talk about bullying, but you can be your own bully in some ways. You can be the person who is standing in the way of your success, and that was the case for me. I was having a great professional streak, but personally, I was really immature, so I had to balance those things out. If you are not happy with something, you should change it.
Katy also expressed one of the hardest things to talk about in an interview without seeming crazy, her religious views:
"I try and keep my connection with G-O-D or with a power that's bigger than me. It's important - otherwise, you don't have any kind of accountability. If you think, Hey, at the end of it all I am just going to be dust, or I have no soul or whatever, why not just be a menace to society? For me, accountability works."
Katy doesn't run from the question and her background of her parents being preachers and where she came from will make sure she is asked that question 99 times out of a 100 when she is interviewed.-DocFB
Diagnosis: The religion question. It is a trap a majority of the time. Aside from saying "God is great" or "God is good" or exact quotes from the bible, it is a trap. There is nothing wrong with believing or not believing. The more interviewers ask that question, the more I think they are lacking something and looking for an answer themselves.