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March 1st
Daniella Monet
Justin Bieber

March 2nd
Becky G
Veronica Dunne - K.C. Undercover

March 3rd
Camila Cabello - Fifth Harmony

March 4th
Katherine Cimorelli - Cimorelli

March 5th
Aislinn Paul - Degrassi
Madison Beer

March 7th
Tay Jardine - We Are The In Crowd

March 9th
Sierra Ramirez - The Fosters

March 10th
Carrie Underwood
Emily Osment - Young & Hungry

March 12th
Tyler Ward

March 15th
Connor Ball - The Vamps
Lyndsey Gunnulfsen- Pvris

March 17th

March 18th
Adam Levine - Maroon 5
Ciara Bravo
Jada Facer

March 22nd
Gavin Macintosh - The Fosters
Nick Robinson - Jurassic World

March 23rd
Vanessa Morgan - My Babysitter’s a Vampire

March 26th
Rowan Hills - Mako Mermaids


Details on Glee The Music Volume 3, Allstar Weekend moving to the top on Radio Disney, Drake Bell is back, OneRepublic posts new acoustic performances, Details on soundtrack to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Details on StarStruck DVD, A look at Jada’s photo shoot, iPad shortage, Avatar promotion at The Grove

April 15th, 2010

T2 Exclusive: After Tuesday night’s ‘Spring Premiere’ of the second half of Glee‘s first season, Sony has added Glee: The Music, Volume 3 – Showstoppers to their release schedule with a release date of May 18th. Also worth mentioning is there are two listings: a normal edition and a deluxe edition. More details to come for both versions.

Once again, Allstar Weekend gives us the scoop on the Radio Disney Top 30 Countdown. According to a tweet yesterday, their song A Different Side Of Me will be #6 on the countdown. Guess what we’ve got even better news for the guys… the single right now is the #3 on Radio Disney’s playlist. Between April 3rd and 6th the song was played 32 times! (source: MediaBase)

Drake Bell relaunched his career a couple of weeks ago with two brand new photo shoots released on his Facebook and a brand new MySpace layout. He has been tweeting more regularly (@drakebell) and announced three new dates in Mexico this summer! Can he have a repeat and sell out all three venues like in 2008? He’s coming back!

18 Arena Monterrey – Monterrey, NL
19 Auditorio del Complejo – Puebla, MX
20 National Auditorium – Mexico City, MX

Check out some new acoustic performances from OneRepublic‘s Down The Front Session. The band rocks live versions of “Secrets” and “Missing Persons 1 & 2” from their new album Waking Up along with “Stop and Stare” from their Dreaming Out Loud debut.

Here’s the tracklist for the soundtrack to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. which features a score composed by Harry Gregson-Williams along with a new song by Alanis Morissette which will be played during the end credits of the movie.

1. The Prince of Persia
2. Raid on Alamut
3. Tamina Unveiled
4. The King and His Sons
5. Dastan and Tamina Escape
6. Journey Through the Desert
7. Ostrich Race
8. Running from Sheik Amar
9. Trusting Nizam
10. Visions of Death
11. “So, You’re Going to Help Me?”
12. The Oasis Ambush
13. Hassassin Attack
14. Return to Alamut
15. No Ordinary Dagger
16. The Passages
17. The Sands of Time
18. Destiny
19. Alanis Morissette – I Remain

Here’s the artwork for the June 8th release of StarStruck. The movie will be an extended edition exclusive to this release and will also include 3 music videos and 8 “Rock-Along” tracks to sing along with as bonus features. There will also be a 2-disc version which has the same bonus features but will include the CD soundtrack. Like Wizards Of Waverly Place: The Movie, this was broadcast in HD, but Disney will not be releasing this title to Blu-ray.

Take a look at these behind-the-scenes shots of Jada‘s photo shoot last weekend with Brian Doherty at ELevin Studios in Boston, MA.

Gone? Yesterday Apple announced that over 500,000 iPads were sold during their first week. Based on forecasting, they’re likely to run out of them within’ a few weeks. The strain on supply has also delayed the iPads International launch.

Tomorrow, at The Grove in Los Angeles, CA, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment in conjunction with Inwindow Outdoor will unveil an interactive digital exhibition to promote the release of Avatar on Blu-ray and DVD. The Avatar display is a 60’ x 10’ structure at The Grove and features three ‘morphing stations’ surrounded by vinyl and branded in Avatar themes. As mall shoppers approach the screens, facial recognition technology will hone in on their faces and transform them into Na’vi, the blue skinned species from the future made famous in the movie. Once the morph is complete, users can enter their email address via touch-screen so they can be sent the video of their transformation along with information on where to purchase the DVD.

In Concert Tomorrow:

Palace Theater
Greensburg, PA

The Cab
The Masquerade
Atlanta, GA

Honor Society, Just Kait and Ashlyne Huff
House Of Blues
Chicago, IL

iShine Live
Heartland Worship Center
Paducah, KY

Owl City
Verizon Wireless Theater
Houston, TX

Ridgeway Alliance Church
White Plains, NY

Taylor Swift
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA

Honor Society, Ashlyne Huff and Just Kait concert review, New Making It Big clips with Allstar Weekend, Glee has four new singles in iTunes top 25, Charice debuts Pyramid music video, Big Time Rush posts new song on MySpace, Pregnancy Pact to be broadcast in France, Apple releases new MacBook Pro’s, Hilary Duff on Live with Regis and Kelly, Backstreet Boys on The Bonnie Hunt Show, Honor Society to sing National Anthem for MN Twins, Gloriana on Jimmy Kimmel Live

April 14th, 2010

Last night the Here Comes Trouble Tour featuring Ashlyne Huff, Just Kait, and Honor Society paid a visit to the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, MN. As a whole, the show was fun and gave the 100+ fans a chance to see Honor Society up close as well as hear new music from two newcomers.

Ashlyne Huff kicked off the show with her pop-rock inspired tracks from her soon to be released self-titled EP. Her set opened with the anthemic song, Soapboxer and led into another strong number, Make It Rain. Unfortunately her drummer Jerry took a more sterile approach to the beat than the one found on her upcoming release. After the two upbeat tracks, Ashlyne slowed it down a little bit with Heartbeat before the highlight of her set, Sweet Nothing. Everything just came together with this radio friendly sounding track featuring some of Ashlyne’s best lyrics. Following the song she promoted the new NOW 33 compilation featuring her debut single, Heart Of Gold… but instead of going right into the track she performed two snippets from other artists first which proved to be a clever way to promote the CD. The set kept moving with her upbeat songs Comeback and Trippin’ It Up, which featured some fun choreography with her backup singer Ely.

Ashlyne Huff — 35 Minutes

1. Soapboxer
2. Make It Rain
3. Heartbeat
4. Sweet Nothing
5. Now 33 Snippets
– TiK ToK
– Bad Romance
6. Heart Of Gold
7. Comeback
8. Trippin’ It Up

Best Song: Sweet Nothing
Pros: Autographs, Pictures and free CD samplers at intermission. Fun and energetic set for people unfamiliar with her music. Great lyrics!
Cons: Based on her career in dancing, it would’ve been nice to have seen Ashlyne put in a little more footwork.

Next, Just Kait took to the stage and the show felt a lot like her vanilla flavored moniker. Her set featured many of her tracks, amped up with aggressive guitar and a heavy thumping double-kick. Musically her performance was adequate, but you couldn’t help but wonder is she was 100%. However, her band definitely did their best to give some energy to the set. Not until the final minute did Kait step away from the microphone stand, and that was hop on the drums during the trash can finale at the end of her set.

Just Kait — 27 Minutes

1. Being On TV
2. Star Commander
3. Love Trying
4. Hot Stuff
5. Heart Shaped Bruise
6. Sick

Best Song: Hot Stuff
Pros: Autographs at intermission
Cons: Lacked any stage presence

After a short set change, Honor Society took to the dark stage as their entrance music played. As the lights came up they played a quick rock flavored riff before heading into Rock With You. For fans, this was definitely a plus as this song wasn’t played on their previous tour. Also, seeing the rhythm section laying down the funk was a treat. The fancy fretwork and slapping by Andrew on his Lakland Skyline Darryl Jones 5 string bass added a whole new dimension to the groups sound. As the song ended, they once again chopped through another rock riff into the crowd favorite, See U In The Dark… although it was interesting to see there was no reference of the Honor Roll. Following the track, Jason added some soft synth to accompany Michael’s dialogue before the group kicked into gear with Hear Comes Trouble. Once again the musicianship and tightness of the group shined on this track and the next track, Two Rebels. During the latter, several changes were noticeable, including variations with the keyboards, bass, in addition to the bridge being extended. After four energetic songs, they slowed it down with My Own Way. At the end of the song Alex and Andrew exited the stage, while Michael and Jason played a few of their favorite songs over the last year. The medley gave fans a chance to hear the vocals Michael showcased, even though Jason struggled with the backing vocals on Speechless. He made good though, with great lead vocal on Use Somebody. Alex and Andrew returned to help the two on their new track, When I Get Home. After the acoustic songs came to an end, the guys went back into high energy mode with Sing For You. Then it was Don’t Close The Book with Ashlyne Huff and Just Kait joining Honor Society on stage to help out with the vocals. As the song was coming to an end they went right into Over You and the crowd erupted as they all knew their time to party with the guys was going to come to an end shortly. The fun continued right into Nobody Has To Know and Michael did a few moves to connect with the crowd. After a short break, Honor Society returned to the stage to perform an encore with Full Moon Crazy… and it was!

Honor Society — 55 minutes

1. Rock With You
2. See U In The Dark
3. Here Comes Trouble
4. Two Rebels
5. My Own Way
6. Acoustic Medley
– Fire Bomb (Rihanna)
– Speechless (Lady Gaga)
– Need You Now (Lady Antebellum)
7. Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon)
8. When I Get Home
9. Sing For You
10. Don’t Close The Book (feat. Ashlyne Huff and Just Kait)
11. Over You
12. Nobody Has To Know
13. Full Moon Crazy

Best Song: Rock With You
Pros: Honor Society has definitely cranked it up a notch with their music.
Cons: Didn’t perform their first single, Where Are You Now (which was also one of their strongest live songs). Merchandise table should be renamed ‘fleecing’ table, prices are absurd. All that in addition to my laundry list of complaints I won’t revisit.

All in all it was a great show. Honor Society continues to be one of my favorite acts, although you can’t help but wonder how much longer they’ll survive with poor ticket sales in addition to several other forces working against them. To add to my concerns, at this time Honor Society has no plans to return to the studio and when asked about it Michael Bruno deflected the question by saying that Maroon 5’s album, Songs About Jane was out for two years before they had a break. Keep in mind, that was in 2002 – the economics of the industry have changed radically in eight years. I’m not saying Honor Society is over, but it might be wise to see them if you have the chance.

RadioDisney.com has updated the N.B.T. Making It Big with Allstar Weekend page. Click here to check out Cameron, Michael, Nathan, and Zach as they answer questions about their ages, the funniest thing that’s happened on stage, and how log they’ve been together.

Yesterday, four new singles from Glee were released. Both of them made their debuts in iTunes Top 25 list as well.

Gives You Hell (purchase at iTunes)
– Hello (purchase at iTunes)
Hello Goodbye (purchase at iTunes)
Hello I Love You (purchase at iTunes)

Charice just debuted her music video for Pyramid on Oprah.com. You can look for her self-titled debut album in stores on May 11th.

Be sure to check out the Big Time Rush Myspace to here their new song Halfway There. What are the odds these guys actually go on tour? Hmmmm….

C21Media is reporting the ITV Studios Global Entertainment has closed a deal with TF1 of France to present TV movies including Lifetime’s blockbuster, The Pregnancy Pact and other titles from the Hallmark Hall of Fame.

Yesterday Apple refreshed their line up of MacBook Pro‘s. As expected, they’re faster and new features include longer battery life and the new Core i5/i7 Processors.

Today, Hilary Duff will be a guest on Live with Regis and Kelly and the Backstreet Boys will be on The Bonnie Hunt Show.

At noon, Honor Society will be singing the National Anthem at Target Field as the MN Twins take on the Boston Red Sox. Their performance will be featured during the pregame special on FSNorth that starts at 11:30am. The channel is available via cable in MN, and nationwide on DirecTV (channel 668) and Dish Network 436).

Tonight on TV, Gloriana will be performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

In Concert Tomorrow:

The Cab
Nashville, TN

Corinne Bailey Rae
Regency Ballroom
San Francisco, CA

Owl City
Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphiteatre
Austin, TX

Taylor Swift
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA

New Releases, Alyson Stoner to release “Flying Forward” next week, Trailer for Debby Ryan’s new film, The Five to be released on DVD on May 18th, iPhone OS 4 details

April 13th, 2010

Quote of the Day:

“You know you are really tired when you keep waking up at 12 in the afternoon.”

David Horner – Mission Six

Jason Castro: Jason Castro – The debut, self-titled album from American Idol season 7 contestant featuring his new single “That’s What I’m Here For.” Amazon.com has an exclusive physical deluxe version including six additional songs: “Heart Of Stone,” “If I Were You,” “All Wrapped Up,” “Let’s Just Fall In Love Again [Acoustic],” “Sweet Medicine,” and “Over The Rainbow.” iTunes has the exclusive digital deluxe version featuring the same songs and the music video for “Let’s Just Fall In Love Again.” Purchase at iTunes and support Tommy2.Net.

The Great Mouse Detective: Mystery In The Mist Edition (DVD) – digitally remastered and fully restored with bonus features: “So You Think You Can Sleuth?” and “The World’s Greatest Criminal Mind” sing-along.

Alyson Stoner will be releasing her debut single, Flying Forward on April 20th to digital outlets. The track was produced by Matthew Hager (Mandy Moore, Mindi Abair).

The trailer for the film What If starring Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson, Debby Ryan and John Ratzenberger is now online at Vimeo.

On May 18th, the independent movie – The Five starring Madisen Beaty will be released on DVD.

Are you anxious to get your hands on iPhone OS 4? Be sure to check out Gizmodo‘s ‘The Secret’s of iPhone OS 4’ that features screen shots of many new features.

In Concert Tomorrow:

The Cab
Sauget, IL

Show Me The Skyline
Heirloom Arts Theatre
Danbury, CT

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