He Took Public Transportation With Timbaland & Chris Martin To His Own Concert! The Truth 1 Jay-Z is a poser and fake. Timberland has always done this. Very real artist. Unlike Jay-z who cannot make a cd without having other artists on it otherwise it would not sell. Even had to give away 1 million songs to just fake sales. Poser = Jay-z says reply to this 2 Re: The Truth well if the truth hurts then perhaps u should know it before starting to preach. his album sold 1 mill without the samsung deal u idiot. not everyone has samsung. & Jay Z has done this before, several times, so has his wife. Get A CLUE says reply to this 3 just like us? speak for yourself. I hope I live better then a drug-selling rapper with a stripper wife and ugly kid. Doris says reply to this 4 Honestly, it’s faster to get around New York on the subway than in a car. When the traffic is really bad it could be an hour in a taxi rather than 20 minutes on the subway.
Concert to celebrate restored organ in Holliston
6 By Tarun Mazumdar | October 14, 2013 2:40 PM EST Grammys Nominations Concert Live. Credit: Facebook /The GRAMMYs Grammy winner Robin Thicke, Drake, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Keith Urban are the first artists announced to perform on “The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! – Countdown To Music’s Biggest Night.” LL Cool J, the man with two Grammy wins, returns as host of this one-hour special programme which is scheduled to take place at Nokia Theatre L.A., Los Angeles on Friday, Dec. 6. LL Cool J has hosted the Grammy in 2012 and 2013 as well as the nominations concert since its inception in Dec. 2008. The Recording Academy confirmed the news of these acts on Wednesday and viewers can expect other acts as well as they are yet unannounced. The show will be broadcast in 5.1 surround sound and HDTV on CBS from 10-11 p.m. ET/PT. The event is coming back to Los Angeles after a brief stretch in Nashville and will announce the nominations in several categories for this year’s Grammys. After the telecast, Thicke is stated to hold a special concert for the in-house guests. Drake, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Robin Thicke had a great year. “Nothing Was The Same” by Drake debuted straight at the top spot of Billboard 200 albums chart and sold around 658,000 copies. Macklemore and Lewis too had a fabulous year with their 2012 album “Heist” that achieved the platinum status. “Blurred Lines” by Thicke is considered as one of the biggest hits this year.
Pharrell Williams marries Helen Lasichanh in Florida; Usher, Busta Rhymes perform mini concert at ceremony
SECRET CELEBRITY WEDDINGS Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Pharrell Williams (L) and Helen Lasichanh tied the knot in Miami. The wedding included a mini-concert by Usher and Busta Rhymes. Lasichanh, who is also the mother of the couple’s son Rocket, 4, and Pharrell were seen posing for wedding photos aboard a yacht named “Never Say Never.” The bride and groom stuck to their signature eclectic fashion sense, wearing plaid ensembles for the Terry Richardson shoot. They later tied the knot at the Kampong National Tropical Botanical Gardens in Coconut Grove, according to Just Jared. INFphoto.com The Grammy award-winning producer and his new bride matched in plaid outfits for a wedding photo shoot. “Usher and Busta Rhymes did a mini concert at the wedding,” a source told Us Weekly. “It was so fun. The little concert was amazing. It [was] the most fun wedding I’ve ever been to.” The “Get Lucky” singer previously gushed about his relationship with Lasichanh, and their family in an interview with the “Today” show. “It’s awesome,” he said. “I can’t tell anyone what to do.
Robin Thicke, Drake and others to Perform at Grammy Nominations Concert on Dec. 6
25, at 7 p.m. to give thanks for the recent repairs and restoration of its 1905 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ. The recital will present organists Leo Abbott, the director of music at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, Margaret Angelini of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sharon, and Juan A. Mesa, St. Mary’s director of music. They will present a program with music by Buxhtehude, Bach and Mendelssohn, among others. The concert is free and open to all. There will be a free-will basket available for donations. There will be a light reception after the recital. St. Mary’s Church, 8 Church St., Holliston is presenting a free organ concert on Friday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. to give thanks for the recent repairs and restoration of its 1905 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ.