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BIRTHDAYS

October 2nd
Mandisa

October 3rd
Gwen Stefani

October 4th
Leigh-Anne Pinnock - Little Mix

October 6th
Roshon Fegan

October 8th
Bella Thorne

October 12th
Mandy Burhoe - Savvy & Mandy

October 14th
Savannah Outen

October 15th
Vincent Martella - Phineas & Ferb

October 18th
Celica Westbrook
Zac Efron

October 22nd
Zac Hanson

October 23rd
Taylor Spreitler - Melissa & Joey

October 24th
Adrienne Bailon

October 28th
Troian Avery Bellisario - Pretty Little Liars
Sierra McCormick

October 31st
Mateo Arias - Kickin' It

TicketLiquidator

UPCOMING RELEASES

October 21st
Earth To Echo (DVD & Blu-ray)

October 27th
Now Disney 3 - Various Artists
Taylor Swift - 1989

October 28th
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie (Blu-ray)
Ingrid Michaelson - Lights Out (Deluxe)

November 4th
Hot In Cleveland: Season Five (DVD)
Maleficent (DVD & Blu-ray)
Merlin: The Complete Series (DVD & Blu-ray)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas / Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (2 Movie Collection) (Blu-ray)
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Extended Edition) (3D & Blu-ray)

November 11th
How To Train Your Dragon 2 (3D, Blu-ray, & DVD)
Nick Jonas - Nick Jonas
Sailor Moon : Set 1 (Blu-ray)

November 17th
Fifth Harmony - Reflection
One Direction - Four

November 18th
Hunger Games 3: Mockingjay - Soundtrack
Kiki's Delivery Service (Blu-ray)
Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 6 - Various Artists
Princess Mononoke (Blu-ray)
The Wind Rises (DVD & Blu-ray)

December 2nd
One Direction - Where We Are: Live from San Siro Stadium (DVD & Blu-ray)

December 16th
Charli XCX - Sucker

January 13th
Rixton - Let The Road

January 27th
Downton Abbey: Season 5 (DVD & Blu-ray)



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Billboard’s new BFF – Taylor Swift, Echosmith performs Cool Kids on Ellen, New Mockingjay track to feature Ariana Grande, Hayley Kiyoko lands role on new CBS drama CSI: Cyber, Bean announces new show, Adventure Time: Fin The Human arriving on DVD, Bella Thorne covers Latina Magazine

October 30th, 2014

It appears Billboard has a new BFF… Taylor Swift? Yes, originally they said her new album 1989 would sell “at least 800,000 copies,” then it was “heading for 1 million,” now it’s “surging toward 1.2 million.” I guess the change of heart has something to do with driving web traffic.

On Tuesday, Echosmith performed their hit single Cool Kids on Ellen. To date, the song has sold over a million copies, and has been dominating the charts, hitting #8 on the iTunes singles chart, #5 at Hot AC and #9 at Top 40 radio! Last night, they kicked off their headlining tour in Vermont. All dates on this tour are officially sold out, and include stops in Philadelphia, DC, New York, Boston, and Chicago.

But wait, there’s one more! Apparently Lionsgate left one song off of the track-listing for the soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay pt. 1 and has now revealed it will be a collaboration between Ariana Grande, Lorde, and Diplo.

Deadline.com is reporting that Hayley Kiyoko has landed a role in the new CBS drama series CSI: Cyber. She’ll star alongside Patricia Arquette, Bow Wow and James Van Der Beek as tech expert with skills in social media and trends.

New show! Bean will be performing at Santos Party House in New York City on Friday, November 14th! Tickets are on sale now at TicketWeb.com. (This show is 16+).

Santa’s got a brand new bag for Christmas – courtesy of Cartoon Network as Adventure Time: Fin The Human arrives on DVD November 25th! The DVD includes an exclusive backpack perfect for any adventure this holiday season and is value packed with 16 fan-favorite episodes!

Bella Thorne will be featured on Latina magazine’s December 2014/January 2015 cover. Visit Latina.com to read excerpts from her upcoming feature, in it she shares that Disney Channel’s cancellation of Shake It Up felt like a betrayal.

7pm CST – Evermoor (Disney Channel)
An American teen moves with her family to a mysterious mansion in England, where she discovers an ancient tapestry that holds the power to predict the future.

7pm CST – It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (ABC)
Charlie Brown is finally invited to a Halloween party; Snoopy engages the Red Baron in a dogfight; and Linus waits patiently in the pumpkin patch for the Great Pumpkin. Also: the bonus cartoon, “You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown.”

7pm CST – The Vampire Diaries: The World Has Turned and Left Me Here (CW)
Elena invites Liam to attend a party at the corn maze; Caroline helps Stefan clean up a mess created by Enzo; Alaric and Jo try to save lives after a devastating accident; Tyler is put in a dangerous position when his werewolf curse is put to the test; Damon and Bonnie make an important discovery that affects their quest to get back home.

7:30pm CST – Dark Shadows (ABC Family)
Entombed for 200 years after betraying vengeful witch Angelique Bouchard, 18th-century vampire Barnabas Collins returns to his mansion in 1972, only to find his estate in ruins and his family plagued by macabre secrets.

8pm CST – The Lost Boys (VH1)
A single mom and her two sons move to a new town that turns out to be home to a group of teen vampires. After the older brother is turned into a bloodsucker, the younger brother teams with two guys who work a local comic-book store to save him.

Aaron Carter
District N9ne
Philadelphia, PA

The critics doubted Taylor Swift, Bridgit Mendler is working on new music, David Guetta track list, Bella Thorne Jersey EP track list, Pre-order autographed copy of The Veronicas self-titled CD, 1 Girl Nation video chat, Rita Ora covers the December issue of Cosmopolitan, Wizarding Chambers at The Georgian House Hotel, Screen Actors Guild presents Conversations with Young Performers

October 29th, 2014

Let the record reflect that I stood by Taylor Swift and 1989.

You have to admit that it’s been interesting to see how the so called “experts” have changed their tune. Less than one week ago the New York Times writeup 1989 Carries High Hopes included many quotes from Billboard that suggested there were many reasons sales would’t be that great and stated that the album “is projected to sell at least 800,000 copies in its debut week.”

Now Billboard has reversed course with their latest, Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ Heading for 1 Million Sales Debut. Yes, now everyone is jumping on board to ride the wave of her success on her first pop effort, but where were they one month ago? I’m still trying to figure out how a publication so revered let Ed Christman‘s article about slumping sales open with “Bad news keeps mounting with the roll of the tape.” It was followed up with a line that has been echoed by dozens of top publications – “And after nine months, not one artist-album has yet to hit the million-unit mark, although the Frozen soundtrack is the year’s best-seller so far with a robust 3.12 million units.” Crazy thing not only will an artist hit the million mark in 2014, but it will happen in ONE week and it was completely missed by Billboard? In fact, they didn’t even mention Taylor Swift once in the article – when hope was on the horizon for music sales.

‘They’ totally missed the boat here, but it’s not the first time the so called ‘experts’ have failed in the last six months. As early of March 26th of this year I suggested the Frozen Soundtrack “could end up being the best selling album of 2014.” A prediction that wasn’t repeated anywhere in the industry until just a couple of months ago. Note: If you check out that link from the 26th, you’ll also find a T2 prediction that the Little Mix Tour “could be a bad thing for the group as they struggled to draw any traffic at personal appearances and private radio shows over the last month.” Just a few months later, the tour was cancelled.

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Here’s a sign of good things to come – Bridgit Mendler is working on new music!

David Guetta announces the track listing for his sixth studio album, Listen, releasing worldwide on November 24th.

1. Dangerous f/ Sam Martin
2. What I Did For Love f/ Emeli Sande
3. No Money No Love f/ Elliphant & Ms Dynamite
4. Lovers On The Sun f/ Sam Martin
5. Goodbye Friend f/ The Script
6. Lift Me Up f/ Nico & Vinz, Ladysmith Black Mambazo
7. Listen f/ John Legend
8. Bang My Head f/ Sia
9. Yesterday f/ Bebe Rexha
10. Hey Mama f/ Nicki Minaj & Afrojack
11. Sun Goes Down f/ MAGIC! & Sonny Wilson
12. S.T.O.P f/ Ryan Tedder
13. I’ll Keep Loving You f/ Jaymes Young & Birdy
14. The Whisperer f/ Sia

Here’s a look at the track list for Bella Thorne‘s Jersey EP, in stores November 17th.

1. Jersey
2. Paperweight
3. One More Night
4. Boyfriend Material
5 Call It Whatever (Re-Mix)

Special Offer! JB Hi-fi (Australia) has an exclusive presale of The Veronicas self-titled album. Each copy will include a printed card of the CD artwork hand signed by Lisa and Jess. (After selecting pre-order, make sure you put U.S. in the “Delivering To:” destination in the top right)

Last night, 1 Girl Nation hosted a live video chat. You can catch a replay of all the fun, songs, technical glitches, and more at YouTube.

British pop princess Rita Ora covers the December issue of Cosmopolitan, available on newsstands nationwide November 4th.

If this isn’t magical I don’t know what is? Seventeen.com has all the details on The Georgian House Hotel in England that offers visitors the ultimate Harry Potter experience with two Wizarding Chambers to spend the night in.

Free event open to the public! Tonight, the Screen Actors Guild will be holding their Conversations with Young Performers event at the SAG Foundation Actors Center in Los Angeles, CA. It will include appearances by Teo Halm (Earth to Echo), Bella King (Red Riding Hood), China Anne McClain (A.N.T. Farm), Katherine McNamara (Happyland), Sloane Morgan Siegel (Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street), and Taylor Spreitler (Melissa & Joey). To reserve seats, visit SAGFoundation.org. (No photography or audio/video recording permitted).

7pm CST – Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend (Disney Channel)
A nasty ghost bent on taking over the world is unleashed on Halloween, spoiling Max’s date with Cammy.

8pm CST – Red Band Society: Tell What You Want What You Really Really Want (FOX)
Details of Charlie’s accident are revealed, which creates a moral dilemma for Jackson. Meanwhile, Jordi gets a taste of freedom.

9pm CST – Nashville: Nobody Said It Was Going to Be Easy (ABC)
Rayna is nominated for several CMA Awards, but she and Luke are rivals in the top category. Meanwhile, Juliette invites Avery to be involved in her life; a backup singer helps Deacon; and Gunnar asks Scarlett for advice.

Aaron Carter
Revolution Bar & Music Hall
Amityville, NY

AJR and Minor Soul
The Waiting Room
Buffalo, NY

Hollywood Ending
Temple, The Institute
Birmingham, UK

Kalin & Myles
12th & Porter
Nashville, TN

Nick Jonas
Troubadour
Los Angeles, CA

Tonight Alive
The Starlite Room
Edmonton, Canada

Zendaya and Bridgit Mendler
Palace Theatre
Albany, NY

Malese Jow to star in CW’s The Flash, Joe Jonas joins Demi Lovato at final U.S. show, New Releases, We Can Survive Concert, Citi ThankYou preshow with Pharrell Williams, The Veronicas to open for 5 Seconds Of Summer, Hayley Kiyoko booking February shows to promote EP, Monique Coleman directs new inspirational video by Marissa Hogeland, Sorcerer’s Hat at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to be removed

October 28th, 2014

The Hollywood Report has the latest on Malese Jow becoming the latest addition to the CW’s The Flash. In the DC Comics series she’ll play the recurring character, Linda Park. Anybody else notice this is the third time she’s been cast in an existing series to add more dimension to the cast? Yeah, she rocks!

As promised! Last night, Demi Lovato added a special treat for fans attending the final night of Demi World U.S. Tour. The set featured a duet with Joe Jonas of Wouldn’t Change A Thing from the Camp Rock 2 soundtrack. #MitchieAndShane

New Releases

Cimorelli: Renegade EP – featuring the songs “I Got You,” “Renegade,” “That Girl Should Be Me,” and “You’re Worth It.” You can help support Tommy2.Net by purchasing this release at iTunes.

Danity Kane: DK3 – featuring the singles “Lemonade,” “Rhythm Of Love,” and more. You can help support Tommy2.Net by purchasing this release at iTunes.

Sia: You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile (Single) – from the soundtrack for the upcoming film Annie. Get the soundtrack in stores November 17th and see the film in theaters December 19th. You can help support Tommy2.Net by purchasing this release at iTunes.

Taylor Swift: 1989 – featuring the single “Shake It Off.” Target has an exclusive deluxe edition with three extra songs (“Wonderland,” “You Are In Love,” and “New Romantics”), three songwriting voice memos, and one of five collectible sets of 13 photo prints. You can help support Tommy2.Net by purchasing this release at iTunes.

NOW 52 – featuring hit songs by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, Katy Perry, Clean Bandit, Zedd, OneRepublic, Maroon 5, Nico & Vinz, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Hilary Duff, Alex & Sierra, and more. Get it for $7.99 at Best Buy with coupon. Save $5 with the purchase of NOW Disney 3 at Target. You can help support Tommy2.Net by purchasing this release at iTunes.

NOW Disney 3 – featuring hit Disney movie songs by Kristen Bell, Owl City, Robin Williams, Phil Collins, Miley Cyrus, Elton John, Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett, and many more. Save $5 with the purchase of NOW 52 at Target. You can help support Tommy2.Net by purchasing this release at iTunes.

Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie (Blu-ray) – Available for the first time on Blu-ray in the US, the 1999 anime film.

CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story (DVD) – The 2013 VH1 biographical film about TLC starring Keke Palmer, Lil Mama, Drew Sidora, and more.

On Friday, CBS Radio held their We Can Survive concert featuring top artists with a portion of ticket proceeds supporting Living Beyond Breast Cancer and Young Survival Coalition, two organizations dedicated to supporting and education women and families who have experienced breast cancer.

To kick off the evening, Citi ThankYou cardmembers enjoyed an intimate preshow soundcheck experience with headliner Pharrell Williams, featuring an exclusive performance with the seven-time Grammy Award-winner and a live Q&A moderated by AMP Radio host and personality Booker. During the soundcheck, Williams previewed most of his set, including the tracks Happy, Come Get It Bae, Frontin, Drop It Like It’s Hot, and Hollaback Girl.

5 Seconds Of Summer have confirmed that The Veronicas will be the opening act for their shows next month in Los Angeles and Phoenix. Anybody remember what boyband supported The Veronicas on their first U.S. Headlining Tour in 2006? That’s right… the Jonas Brothers.

This February, Hayley Kiyoko will be performing shows on the East and West coast in support of her upcoming EP.

Singer Marissa Hogeland has released her music video for her inspirational song, Hold On. Be sure to stick around for the final frame that features High School Musical star Monique Coleman – not only is she in the video, but she directed it.

MyNews13 has confirmed that in early 2015, the Sorcerer’s Hat at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be removed.

6pm CST – Casper (ABC Family)
Greedy heiress Carrigan Crittenden inherits the haunted Whipstaff Manor and discovers that the house contains a treasure, which is closely guarded by three nasty ghosts. She invites ghost therapist Dr. James Harvey, and his daughter Kat, to move into the eerie mansion and get rid of the supernatural creatures.

6pm CST – Legally Blonde (MTV)
Breezy comedy with Reese Witherspoon as a ditzy blonde who decides to attend Harvard Law School when her snobby boyfriend dumps her for a more “appropriate” woman.

7pm CST – The Flash: Going Rogue (CW)
The Flash battles Captain Cold after the villain is involved in a robbery and plots to steal the Kahndaq Dynasty Diamond. The evil plans get a boost when the Captain gets his hands on a stolen “cold gun” that could kill the Flash.

7pm CST – The Great Halloween Fright Fight (ABC)
Families compete for the greatest haunted Halloween displays and a prize of $50,000.

7pm CST – Mostly Ghostly: Who Let the Ghosts Out? (Disney Channel)
A magic-loving 11-year-old misfit (Sterling Beaumon) encounters two friendly ghosts, who agree to help him secure popularity at school and attain fame as a magician—but the arrangement comes at a price.

7pm CST – The Voice: The Knockouts Premiere, Part 2 (NBC)
The knockout round continues. Taylor Swift is an adviser.

8pm CST – Corpse Bride (ABC Family)
Johnny Depp provides the voice of a Victorian-era bridegroom who mistakenly weds a girl from beyond the grave in this wonderfully macabre musical-comedy featuring dazzling stop-motion animation.

1 Girl Nation, OBB, and Tori Harris
The Willow Bay Theater
Jamestown, NY

Aaron Carter
Hard Rock Cafe
Pittsburgh, PA

AJR and Minor Soul
Montage Music Hall
Rochester, NY

Bridgit Mendler
The Paramount
Huntington, NY

Echosmith with Neon Trees
Florida Theatre
Jacksonville, FL

Kalin & Myles
The Masquerade
Atlanta, GA

Nick Jonas
The Satellite
Los Angeles, CA

Tonight Alive
Louis’ Pub
Saskatoon, Canada

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