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BIRTHDAYS

November 1st
Rocky Lynch - R5

November 2nd
Katelyn Tarver
Kendall Schmidt

November 5th
Kevin Jonas - Jonas Brothers

November 8th
Riker Lynch - R5

November 15th
Shailene Woodley

November 17th
Isaac Hanson - Hanson

November 18th
Connor McDonough - Before You Exit

November 20th
Carly Rae Jepsen
Michael Clifford - 5 Seconds Of Summer

November 21st
Liz Mace - Megan & Liz
Matt Best - Tonight Alive
Megan Mace - Megan & Liz

November 23rd
Katherine McNamara - Happyland
Miley Cyrus

November 18th
Lauryn Taylor Bach - 1 Girl Nation

November 25th
Jamie Grace

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UPCOMING RELEASES

November 10th
Nick Jonas - Nick Jonas

November 11th
How To Train Your Dragon 2 (3D, Blu-ray, & DVD)
Ingrid Michaelson - Lights Out (Deluxe)
Sailor Moon: Season 1, Part 1 (DVD & Blu-ray)

November 17th
Fifth Harmony - Reflection
One Direction - Four
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 - Soundtrack

November 18th
Kiki's Delivery Service (Blu-ray)
Princess Mononoke (Blu-ray)
The Wind Rises (DVD & Blu-ray)

November 24th
Coldplay - Ghost Stories: Live 2014 (DVD & Blu-ray)

November 25th
Copeland - Ixora
The Giver (DVD & Blu-ray)

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

December 9th
Doctor Who: The Complete Eighth Series (DVD & Blu-ray)
Guardians of the Galaxy (3D, Blu-ray, & DVD)

December 16th
Charlie XCX - Sucker
The Maze Runner (DVD & Blu-ray)

December 23
Continuum: Season Three (DVD & Blu-ray)

January 13th
Rixton - Let The Road

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

February 10th
101 Dalmations (Diamond Edition) (Blu-ray)
Sailor Moon: Season 1, Part 2 (DVD & Blu-ray)



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Stefanie Scott shares her hidden talent, HALO Awards, Echosmith to live-stream concert tonight, Tonight Alive photos, The House On Cliff EP Release Party, Paradise Fears to release new single, Jonnie and Brookie release new album, Guardians of the Galaxy coming November 18th

November 16th, 2014

Quote of the Day:

I consider sneaking my own drinks/snacks into movie theaters as one of my hidden talents.

Stefanie Scott
Jessie

Echosmith, Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas, The Vamps and Fifth Harmony performed at the Nickelodeon HALO Awards, an hour-long concert special celebrating kids who are “Helping and Leading Others” (HALO) in their communities. The show also included special appearances by Zendaya, Victoria Justice and Carlos PenaVega, along with stars from Nick’s hit series Instant Mom (Sydney Park), The Thundermans (Jack Griffo, Kira Kosarin), The Haunted Hathaways (Benjamin Flores Jr., Breanna Yde) and Victorious (Leon Thomas, Matt Bennett).

Live Nation and Yahoo have teamed up with Echosmith to live-stream their concert tonight from Cambridge, MA. Fans can tune in at 9pm CST via Yahoo Screen on iOS, Android, mobile Web, desktop, and Smart TV platforms including Apple TV, Roku, and Xbox 360.

New photos from Tonight Alive‘s show on Friday night at the House of Blues in Orlando, FL can be viewed in our pictures section!

Last night, The House on Cliff held their EP Release Party at The Red Room @Cafe 939 in Boston, MA. Check out their music at iTunes and you’ll see why I’ve been raving about this talented unsigned act that will be hitting the road with Hollywood Ending next month for a few shows.

This Tuesday, Paradise Fears will release their new single, Who We Were With.

Radio Disney N.B.T. Season 1 Winners Jonnie & Brookie have a new album titled Until Next Time. It includes all of their 23 original songs and it can be purchased at iTunes for only $2.99.

The official home entertainment trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy is now online. The title will be releases on Digital HD plus Disney Movies Anywhere November 18th and on Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray and On-Demand December 9th. Enjoy the epicness!

9am CST – Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer (Disney Channel)
Third-grader Judy Moody (Jordana Beatty) is determined to have an adventure over the summer, despite being forced to live with her aunt (Heather Graham) while her parents go to California without her.

10am CST – The Gabby Douglas Story (Lifetime)
The true story of Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas, who overcame numerous challenges to become the first African American to win a gold medal as the individual all-around champion at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

10am CST – You Oughta Know in Concert (VH1)
Rising artists are featured in a concert hosted by Nicole Richie. Included: Sam Smith; Bleachers; Echosmith; and Aloe Blacc.

12pm CST – The Pregnancy Pact (Lifetime)
A high-school student pretends to be pregnant in order to conduct a research project about stereotyping teens who are pregnant.

3pm CST – Figure Skating: Rostelecom Cup (NBC)
ISU Rostelecom Cup competition in Moscow. Top U.S. entrants include Mirai Nagasu, Max Aaron and Stephen Carriere.

5pm CST – The Hunger Games (ABC Family)
After her younger sister is chosen to take part, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen volunteers to compete in her place in a cruel televised tournament in which 24 teenagers from a postapocalyptic society fight to the death for the entertainment of the masses in a competition known as the “Hunger Games,” which are broadcast across the nation as entertainment, and to reinforce the government’s total power.

6pm CST – Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B (Lifetime)
The inspirational journey of R&B singer Aaliyah is chronicled from her appearance on “Star Search” at age 10 to her tragic death at 22 in a plane crash.

7pm CST – Once Upon a Time: Smash the Mirror (ABC)
Emma isolates herself from loved ones to protect them as her powers grow uncontrollable, and she seeks help from Mr. Gold. Meanwhile, in the Arendelle of the past, the Snow Queen struggles to ignite a rivalry between Anna and Elsa.

8pm CST – The Hunger Games (ABC Family)
After her younger sister is chosen to take part, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen volunteers to compete in her place in a cruel televised tournament in which 24 teenagers from a postapocalyptic society fight to the death for the entertainment of the masses in a competition known as the “Hunger Games,” which are broadcast across the nation as entertainment, and to reinforce the government’s total power.

Tonight Alive
White Rabbit
San Antonio, TX

Tonight Alive concert review, S Club 7 reunites, Major Lazer’s All My Love ft. Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas stuck at 11, Echosmith TV performances, R5 releases Smile, Confirmed acts for New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, Olivia Holt designs phone case for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Spencer Sutherland signs with Ford Models, Frozen Sing-Along Edition coming November 18th

November 15th, 2014

Last night, The Honeymoon Tour featuring Tonight Alive finished it’s two month run at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, FL. As expected, fans were treated to a handful of surprises and pranks as the acts celebrated their final night on stage together.

Tonight Alive kicked off their set with The Edge (from The Amazing Spider-Man 2) a building mid-tempo rocker that started off rather casually but continued to build like a snowball fueled by the drumming of Matt Best. By the time the chorus following the bridge hit, it was on… the band and audience became one and roared “But tonight I need you to save me” and finished out the song together. The band enjoyed a short applause before diving into The Ocean, which had the audience continuing where they left off, energized by the vocal delivery of Jenna McDougall. The set followed the track listing from their album and went right into Don’t Wish featuring some of Whakaio Taahi’s trademark riffing and lead work. Following the song, Jenna asked “When did this happen?” referring to the overwhelming response they were receiving. After three heavy driving tracks, the group went into a simpler track, Hell and Back, that really highlighted how important of a role the lyrics play in Tonight Alive’s music. It grew even more with their title track, The Other Side, as the main floor sang along passionately word for word. Next, Jenna thanked the crowd for their response and went on to introduce What Are You So Scared Of? by saying “It’s one of the most important songs we’ve ever written, and possibly will ever write. It’s a song about living your life the way you want to live it and never in the fear of someone else’s judgement” and the music kicked back into high gear. During the bridge, she lead the audience into a chant of “I used to be scared I used to be like you” that was the defining moment of the night. The song was followed by another off the first album, Listening. During The Fire we saw the first sign of final night silliness from Cam and Jake as they ran around the stage, which was followed by spins and a somewhat successful slide on the floor by Whakaio. Before their last track, Jenna thanked the acts on the tour as the band backed her with a heavy jam… perhaps a riff we’ll hear on their next album? Lonely Girl finished out the show and the crowd received a special treat as Lyndsey Gunnulfsen of PVRIS sang the bridge. Wow, as it finished the final words were “You blew my mind, have a great night.”

Following the performance, Jenna took to Twitter to post, “After 3.5 years of touring the states I think tonight was the best show we’ve ever had in this country!”

What a show! Everything was just on, but it didn’t hurt that Tonight Alive always delivers a great performance and that their lyrics have tapped into to the hearts of teens to create a special relationship to their music. Watch out UK, they’re coming your way!

Setlist (36 minutes)
The Edge
The Ocean
Don’t Wish
Hell and Back
The Other Side
What Are You So Scared Of?
Listening
The Fire
Lonely Girl

After 12 years, S Club 7 reunited last night to perform at the Children In Need fundraiser. The group performed a medley of their hits: S Club Party, Reach, Bring It All Back, and Don’t Stop Movin’. Check it out on YouTube. (It’ll be interesting to see if any U.S. based Pop outlets pick up this story since S Club 7 pre-dates almost all popular entertainment websites.)

Major Lazer’s new song All My Love ft. Ariana Grande from the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack just surfaced on YouTube.

Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7

4. Taylor Swift – Shake It Off
5. Jessie J/A. Grande/N. Minaj – Bang Bang
7. Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass
11. Nick Jonas – Jealous
13. Taylor Swift – Blank Space
17. One Direction – Steal My Girl
18. Echosmith – Cool Kids
20. Fergie – L.A.LOVE (la la)
21. Gwen Stefani – Baby Don’t Lie
23. Nico & Vinz – In Your Arms
24. Ariana Grande – Break Free f/Zedd
28. Charli XCX – Break The Rules
36. Selena Gomez – The Heart Wants What It Wants
39. Tinashe – 2 On f/Schoolboy Q
40. Bea Miller – Young Blood

The curse continues. Nick Jonas picks up an addition 666 spins this week and it’s still not good enough to make him a member of the Top 10 club. Bea Miller made her debut on the Top 40 this week with Young Blood.

In case you missed Echosmith‘s recent television performances they’re now online!

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
• VH1’s You Oughta Know Live in Concert

New music! R5 has released their new single, Smile. Here’s the link to pick it up at iTunes.

The lineup continues to build for Ryan Seacrest‘s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. One Direction, Meghan Trainor, Charli XCX, Lady Antebellum and Gavin DeGraw have been confirmed.

Olivia Holt has designed a new iPhone 5/5s case for St. Jude Chidren’s Research Hospital. The $15 “Keep Your Head Up Keep Your Heart Strong” design is available at giftshop.stjude.org and 100 percent of the profits, after all related expenses, benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Singer/songwriter Spencer Sutherland has signed to Ford Models, Inc. On the signing, Spencer said “It is such an honor to be signed with the legendary Ford Modeling agency! I feel fortunate to be working with such a prestigious company that has stood the test of time and look forward to an exciting future with Ford.” Spencer will be releasing his new acoustic EP Unveiled next month and he is currently touring as direct support for Emblem3 on their Forever Together fall tour.

Experience Frozen, the hit musical comedy from Walt Disney Animation Studios, like never before in a new to DVD, full-length Sing-Along Edition! Follow the lyrics with a bouncing Frozen snowflake. Join Anna as she sets off on an epic journey – teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and a snowman named Olaf – to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. The All-New Frozen Sing-Along Edition arrives on Digital HD, Disney Movies Anywhere and DVD on November 18th.

8am CST – The Incredibles (Disney Channel)
Writer-director Brad Bird’s imaginative animated joyride charts the adventures of a superhero crimefighter and his family, who unretire after spending years living “normal” lives.

8am CST – The Karate Kid (ABC Family)
A bullied teen learns self-defense and self-confidence from a sage handyman.

11am CST – Paranorman (Disney XD)
A morbid boy with the power to speak to the dead gathers a small army of friends to fight seven zombies brought to life by an ancient witch’s curse. Meanwhile, the terrified townspeople prepare to do battle with the supernatural.

4pm CST – Forrest Gump (ABC Family)
Six Oscars, including Best Picture and Actor (Tom Hanks), went to this extraordinary tale of a simple man who unwittingly becomes involved in some of the key moments of the 20th century. Meanwhile, as the remarkable parade of his life goes by, Forrest never forgets Jenny, the girl he loved as a boy, who makes her own journey through the turbulence of the 1960s and ’70s that is far more troubled than the path Forrest happens upon.

7pm CST – Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B (Lifetime)
The inspirational journey of R&B singer Aaliyah is chronicled from her appearance on “Star Search” at age 10 to her tragic death at 22 in a plane crash.

7pm CST – The Blind Side (ABC Family)
Leigh Anne Touhy, a headstrong, wealthy Memphis woman welcomes into her home Michael Oher, an emotionally traumatized African-American high-school student who turns out to be gifted at playing football.

8pm CST – Kirby Buckets: Cars, Buses and Lawnmowers (Disney Channel)
Comic misadventures of an aspiring teen animator and his friends, both real and animated. In the opener, Kirby enters a character design contest, but first he must help his friends escape from an abandoned part of town where creepy clowns reign. Meanwhile, Kirby’s sister tries to stop him from using an embarrassing drawing of her in the contest.

8:30pm CST – Kirby Buckets: Flice of the Living Dead (Disney Channel)
Kirby and his friends hope to attend a fright-night film festival, but their plans are threatened when they get quarantined at school. Meanwhile, Dawn and Belinda get invited to a Halloween party at the house of a popular kid at school.

5 Seconds of Summer and The Veronicas
The Forum
Inglewood, CA

Echosmith
The Middle East
Cambridge, MA

Emblem3 and Spencer Sutherland
Chameleon Club
Lancaster, PA

Tonight Alive
Scout Bar
Houston, TX

Hayley Kiyoko shares what it’s all about, Taylor Swift on the cover of Time, Ariana Grande to release Santa Tell Me, KIIS FM Jingle Ball pre-show, Hollywood Ending raps at McDonald’s, Megan and Liz to release Happy Birthday on their Birthday, Catch a replay of Denyse Tontz in The Exes

November 14th, 2014

Quote of the Day:

It’s all about the people who believed in you at the very beginning…

Hayley Kiyoko

Just when you thought the media blitz on Taylor Swift was over, she takes the cover of Time magazine. In The Power Of Taylor Swift she talks about 1989, Spotify, her next tour and female role models. As with recent exposure, she’s definitely on point and has some great things to say – especially regarding Spotify. Sidenote: With ‘The Power of Taylor Swift’ I can guarantee you her people negotiated getting the questions in advance.

Ariana Grande has announced she’ll be releasing a new song for the season, Santa Tell Me, on November 24th.

1. Taylor Swift – 1989
5. Calvin Harris – Motion
13. Frozen – Soundtrack
24. Maroon 5 – V
26. Frozen: The Songs – Soundtrack
29. Edina Menzel – Holiday Wishes
36. Ariana Grande – My Everything
37. Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 – Soundtrack
40. The Vamps – Meet The Vamps
53. 5 Seconds Of Summer – 5 Seconds Of Summer
66. Disney Karaoke Series: Frozen (EP) – Various Artists
87. Lorde – Pure Heroine
88. Pvris – White Noise
89. Meghan Trainor – Title (EP)
101. OneRepublic – Native
107. Taylor Swift – Red
174. One Direction – Midnight Memories

The show, before the show! KIIS FM has announce the lineup for their Jingle Ball FREE pre-show on December 5th. The lineup includes: Meghan Trainor, Becky G, Shawn Mendes, Bea Miller, Rixton, Syd Youth, and Before You Exit.

A new year and a new chapter! Kalin and Myles have announced they’ll be performing at O2 Academy Islington in London on January 9th.

Tonight Alive is a Top 10 finalist in V Music Australia’s Oz Artist Of The Year. You can vote for them at Music.com.au.

If you’ve ever wondered what the guys in Hollywood Ending do with their spare time you definitely need to check out their latest upload on YouTube. Watch the guys place their order at the McDonald’s drive thru in a unique way. #ImLovinIt

On November 21st, Megan and Liz will release their new song Happy Birthday. Yes, the release coincides with their real birthdays. Check out a preview of the track on Instagram. #Twinning

If you missed out on seeing Denyse Tontz on TV Land’s, The Exes, you can catch a replay tomorrow morning at 9:36am EST/PST.

6pm CST – The Incredibles (Disney Channel)
Writer-director Brad Bird’s imaginative animated joyride charts the adventures of a superhero crimefighter and his family, who unretire after spending years living “normal” lives. The voice talent includes Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson. Won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature.

7pm CST – Forrest Gump (ABC Family)
Six Oscars, including Best Picture and Actor (Tom Hanks), went to this extraordinary tale of a simple man who unwittingly becomes involved in some of the key moments of the 20th century. Meanwhile, as the remarkable parade of his life goes by, Forrest never forgets Jenny, the girl he loved as a boy, who makes her own journey through the turbulence of the 1960s and ’70s that is far more troubled than the path Forrest happens upon.

7pm CST – Hollywood Film Awards (CBS)
Queen Latifah hosts the first televised edition of this awards show from the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. Scheduled to appear are Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Gerard Butler, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall, Jonah Hill, Michael Keaton, Keira Knightley, Julianne Moore, Jack O’Connell, Chris Pratt, Kristen Stewart, Channing Tatum, Jean-Marc Vallée, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley and music by Janelle Monáe.

7pm CST – Never Been Kissed (VH1)
Drew Barrymore enchants as a Chicago newspaper editor who relives her teen years while on an undercover assignment at a local high school. Barrymore’s great, but the film celebrates the fact that her character wins over the same type of “in crowd” that taunted her as a teen.

5 Seconds of Summer and The Veronicas
The Forum
Inglewood, CA

Aaron Carter
Rocketown
Nashville, TN

Echosmith
Higher Ground
S. Burlington, VT

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