All Time Low Straight To DVD
Marc Anthony Iconos
Beach Fossils Beach Fossils
Andy Bell Non-Stop
Caw! Caw! Bummer Palace
D.M. Stith Heavy Ghost: Appendices
Fyfe Dangerfield Fly Yellow Mood
The Dogg Pound Keep On Ridin'
Far At Night We Live
First Aid Kit Big Black And The Blue
Adam Kesher Challenging Nature
Leela James My Soul
Bettye LaVette Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook
Marina And The Diamonds The Family Jewels
Neverever Angelic Swells
Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots
Tobacco Maniac Meat
Tomorrows Bad Seeds Sacred For Sale
Widespread Panic Dirty Side Down
Hank Williams III Rebel Within
Keller Williams Thief
Will Young Leave Right Now
In spirit of soon to be summer days, dig your toes in the sand, strike up the grill, kick back, drink a beer and prepare for yet another deadbeat summer. Happy Hollys!
Slipknot's legendary bass player, Paul Gray was found dead in an Iowa hotel on Monday. The Town Plaza Hotel confirms the musician was on the register and was taken to the morgue by ambulances earlier in the day. An autopsy is planned for tomorrow and foul play has been ruled out.
You've heard him on KROQ, Loveline and AMP 97.1 Radio. You've seen him as Ellen's side-kick on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, as the Dean on Ricki Lake's Charm School and as the host of VHI's RockBand 2 The Stars. He's interviewed everyone from Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters to Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine. So what's next for the drive-time DJ, who was the first to out Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson's relationship on the air?
His own TV Show? If he has anything to say about it the answer is yes.
Ted Stryker, better known as "Stryker," KROQ's number one drive-time DJ from 4 until 8pm Monday through Friday, almost didn't become a DJ. As a kid he excelled in baseball and had serious dreams of going pro. "I was pretty good. I had the skill that's for sure." But when other kids started to surpass him in height, Stryker quickly realized that playing ball professionally wasn't in the cards for him.
Lady Gaga, aside from her ‘singing' attributes to this world, wishes to attribute something else to the industry-hats. Philip Treacy, designer of Gaga's handful of head pieces was approached by Gaga for an internship. Treacy claims that she follows his rule: Keep the hat on, but no internship has been established yet. Quoted from Newsfeed, "Lady Gaga is definitely interesting but she chooses from what I make."