March 1st, 2010
FLASHBACK! Can you believe it’s been four years since the Jonas Brothers made their debut on TRL. For those of you original fans, it’s time to light up the ‘campfire’.
Today you can bet Justin Bieber will be a trending topic as he celebrates his sixteenth birthday. Sharing the day with him is Josh and Zach of the Carter Twins (who will be turning 20).
Last night, MaximoTV spoke with Savannah Outen at the Kids Helping Kids Project Haiti Red Carpet. Click here to listen to her share how she got her start and about suprassing 200,000 subscribers on Sunday morning!
It’s been one month since Honor Society performed the National Anthem at the NFL Pro Bowl and they’ve already been booked to do it again. This time, it’ll be at Citi Field in Flushing, NY on April 23rd as the Mets take on the Braves.
The New Moon soundtrack companion is currently being listed as “sell hold”, so we will just have to wait and see when it will actually be released.
We The Kings f/Demi Lovato – We’ll Be A Dream
Never a dull moment! Yesterday Allstar Weekend hosted a chat via Stickam and provided loads of entertainment. The most random thing said of the night was by Michael who told fans to ‘Google’ the image of a Baby Playtpus.
The Stunners are popping up all over the place. This month, Hayley begins workin on the new Scooby Doo movie, reprising her role as Velma Dinkley.
To celebrate the release of their latest album Smoke & Mirrors tomorrow, Lifehouse will be hosting a special release day concert and CD signing at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City’s Times Square as part of their March on Stage live music series. Tickets are only $10, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Musicians on Call, a non-profit organization that brings live and recorded music to patients in healthcare facilities. For more information and to purchase tickets visit Ticketmaster.com. After the release day show, Lifehouse will kick off a nationwide tour with Daughtry and Cavo starting March 18th.
In Concert Tomorrow:
We The Kings, Mayday Parade, A Rocket To The Moon, There For Tomorrow, Stereo Skyline