The 11 Best MTV Shows That Were Actually About Music
Remember when MTV was ACTUALLY music television? Loudwire put together a list of the 11 best MTV shows about the music. Here they are, in no particular order:
1. "Total Request Live": It ran from 1998 to 2008, then was revived from 2017 to 2019
2. "MTV Unplugged": 1989 to present
3. "Making the Video": 1999 to 2010
4. "120 Minutes": It ran from 1986 to 2003, then was revived from 2011 to 2013.
5. "Headbanger's Ball": It ran from 1987 to 1995, then was revived on MTV2 from 2003 to 2012.
6. "Alternative Nation": 1992 to 1997
7. "I.R.S. Records Presents: The Cutting Edge": 1983 to 1987
8. "12 Angry Viewers": 1997 to 1998
9. "Turn It Up!": 1990
10. "Yo! MTV Raps": It ran from 1988 to 1995, then was revived last year on Paramount+.
11. "All Things Rock": 2002 to 2005
Willie Nelson Did a Bic Lighter Commercial with Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart, and He's Releasing a New Album
Willie Nelson once said he'd rather die than retire, and he was not kidding. He's got a bunch of stuff going on right now . . . including a very funny Bic lighter commercial that also stars Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.
It shows Willie using a Bic to light up a fat . . . candle. Then he gets a video call from Snoop, who lost his Bic, followed by Martha, who pops up looking for her candle. Willie plays innocent as he lights his "favorite herb scent" candle.
There's also music news from Willie. He's going to release a new album on March 3rd. It's a tribute to legendary Nashville songwriter Harlan Howard, and it's called "I Don't Know a Thing About Love".
Harlan has written hits for Ray Charles, Patsy Cline, and Conway Twitty. He's also THE guy who described country music as "three chords and the truth".
The album's first single is Willie's take on "Busted."
Did we mention Willie will turn 90 on April 29th?
Read More HERE
George Michael's family will NOT be endorsing the biopic that's supposedly in the works.
Read More HERE
Limp Bizkit's Borland Sues Ex For Defamation.
Wes Borland is suing his ex-wife for defamation. The Limp Bizkit guitar player has brought an action against Queen Kwong lead singer Carré Callaway, claiming she has violated the terms of their divorce settlement. The 2020 deal specifies how the former celebrity couple is allowed to speak about each other in public.
“Neither party may make speeches, give interviews, or make public statements that defame the other party," states the agreement, and Borland accuses Callaways of doing just that. Borland points to an article in Bandcamp Daily last year in which Callaway suggests one of their cats “died a week after he left because he was the only one who could care for her. That's the hardest thing to get over, honestly."
Borland also points to a separate article in which his ex accused him of “gaslighting” her. In response, the Queen Kwong rocker called the suit “a tactic to bully, intimidate and silence me.”
Read More HERE