- 7:45 am Thursday, October 27th, 2016 by Donna Donna
By Natalie Dreier
Cox Media Group National Content Desk
STOCKTON, Calif. —
A California man, who bills himself as a professional prankster, almost took a prank too far.
Sadiq Mohammad spent last week scaring people — all for his website.
His videos have racked up more than 6.7 million clicks daily on Instagram and his website, Hoodclips, KCRA reported.
But one prank almost put an end to the 20-year-old man’s career.
He apparently picked the wrong person to jump in front of, dressed as a clown.
Instead of scaring the apparent victim, the man pulled out a gun, even after he [More]
- 1:28 pm Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 by Donna Donna
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s nominees for 2017 are in and first time nominees include Pearl Jam, Depeche Mode, Electric Light Orchestra, Jane’s Addiction, Joan Baez, Journey, Steppenwolf, Bad Brains, and Tupac Shakur. Yeah that’s right Tupac Shakur, hold your complaints rock fans. We just have to accept that the Rock Hall is going to nominate and in most cases elect Hip Hop artists.
Also on the ballot, returning artists the J. Geils Band, Yes, The Cars, Kraftwerk, MC5 the Zombies, Janet Jackson, Joe Tex, Chic and Chaka Khan,
The winners will be announced in December. The induction takes place [More]
- 1:19 pm Saturday, October 15th, 2016 by Donna Donna
- 10:12 am Thursday, October 13th, 2016 by Staff
Watch Paul McCartney and Neil Young Together on Stage, The Stones Cover The Beatles and More From the Desert Trip Festival
- 8:51 am Monday, October 10th, 2016 by Donna Donna
The biggest stars of classic rock came together at the Desert Trip Festival this weekend in an unprecedented event that featured Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and the Who. Paul McCartney and Neil Young electrified the crowd when they got together to perform the Beatles ‘A Day in the Life’ and ‘Why Don’t We Do it in The Road’. The Rolling Stones, in a nod to their British Invasion rivals performed The Beatles ‘Come Together’ in their set Friday night. Too bad McCartney didn’t walk out to lend his support. That no doubt would [More]
- 2:53 pm Monday, October 3rd, 2016 by Donna Donna
Twitter informs me it’s #NationalBoyfriendDay, and since I married my favorite boyfriend some time ago, let’s celebrate the day with the Ramones instead!
First ‘I Wanna be Your Boyfriend’ live in Paris in 1980. Then scroll down for Tommy Ramone’s poignant acoustic version of the song, which he wrote for the band’s first album. And finally a lyric video of the album version as well as the band’s original demo of the tune (it’s so sweet) So #HeyHoLetsGo!