Back in 2012, singer-songwriter Rob Cantor wrote a song called “Shia LaBeouf” about the titular character as a cannibal, with lines like, “Hollywood superstar… living in the woods/killing for sport.” In this new video, the West Los Angeles Children’s Choir and Gay Men’s Chorus team for a rousing interpretation of the song, complete with very literal onstage interpretations of the lyrics.
The Los Angeles board of Recreation and Park Commissioners today endorsed Live Nation's proposal, over competitor Nederlander/AEG's, to run the city's iconic Greek Theatre for ten years beginning in the fall of 2015.
Logo TV has announced the nominees for its lucky seventh annual New, Now Next Awards, set to air Dec. 7. There’s no old timers here; the awards serve to “celebrate the now and introduce fans to what's on the horizon,” according to a press release.
Today, Billboard is excited to unveil the revamped online look for the Billboard Hot 100, the most-referenced music chart on the planet. With an improved layout and more intuitive functionality, the Hot 100 is more engaging than even before.
It's a week of comebacks on the Must-Hear Music podcast. Gwen Stefani returns to her solo career with a nice but lackluster single, while Sleater-Kinney drop their (awesome) first new song since reuniting after a nine-year break.