Thurston Moore Group & Lee Ranaldo playing NYC on Sunday

The Thurston Moore Group are currently in the US, having played Rough Trade NYC on Thursday (4/28). They would have played Austin festival Levitation this weekend, which was cancelled, but instead they’ll play another NYC show on Sunday (5/1) at Baby’s All Right. Thurston’s former Sonic Youth bandmate Lee Ranaldo (who also would have played Levitation) will open…

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How to Watch the 2016 White House Correspondents Dinner Online

It’s the last White House Correspondents Dinner of the Obama administration, and you can expect the usual fanfare: Red carpet, big stars, dinner and comedy from the President himself. Hosted by Larry Wilmore of Comedy Central’s “Nightly Show” (check out a preview of his performance here), big names in politics and entertainment will be all… Read more »

Watch My Morning Jacket Cover Prince’s “Purple Rain” And “Sign O’ The Times” At Jazz Fest

Watch My Morning Jacket Cover Prince's "Purple Rain" And "Sign O' The Times" At Jazz FestMy Morning Jacket just kicked off the 2016 leg of their tour in support of last year’s The Waterfall on Wednesday, and at every show so far, they’ve been paying tribute to Prince with a few covers. At their Oklahoma tour opener, their played “Raspberry Beret,” and last night, they closed out the New Orleans … More »

‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Finale Ratings Steady With 2015, ‘Shark Tank’ & ‘Originals’ Rise

There were NBA Playoffs on ESPN and Day 2 of the 2016 NFL Draft on the NFL Network last night but neither seemed to score much over the Big 4 and the CW. Though on another level, things will be simmering a bit less on Friday nights with the Season 15 finale of Hell’s Kitchen (1.0/4).
Up a tenth from last week among 18-49, the Gordon Ramsay cooking competition picked a winner but also held pretty steady with its last ender too. Usually dropping a show onto Fridays is the…

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‘The Jungle Book’ Swings Past $600M Global; Crossing $400M Overseas Today

Safe to say there’s more than the bare necessities coming to Disney this weekend. Swinging along with the international debut of Captain America: Civil War, the Mouse’s The Jungle Book is crossing $400M today overseas. That’s after the Jon Favreau-helmed Jungle-naut passed $600M globally yesterday.
The Jungle Book is winning the domestic weekend with an expected $38.8M 3rd frame. The overall totals through yesterday are $219.9M for North America, $386M for international…

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7 Things to Expect From the 2016 Tony Nominations

Now that we finally know what “Shuffle Along” is, Broadway can get down to what it does best: gossiping and prognosticating about awards season. With nominations for the 2016 Tony Awards set to be announced May 3, here are seven things to look out for on Tuesday morning. 1. All “Hamilton,” all the time. The… Read more »

Radiohead Send Mysterious “Burn The Witch” Leaflet To Fans

RadioheadWe don’t know much about Radiohead’s upcoming ninth album yet, but they’re embarking on a world tour in just a few weeks, and anticipation is building to a fever pitch. Today, the band have dropped another seemingly meaningful but oblique clue in the form of a mysterious leaflet mailed out to fans in the … More »

Bono, Jimmy Carter Feted at Nile Rodgers’ We Are Family Foundation Gala

Bono electrified the crowd on Friday night for Nile Rodgers’ We Are Family Foundation’s Annual Gala at the Manhattan Center in New York.  The U2 frontman, who was awarded the charity’s Humanitarian Award, belted out “Pride (In the Name of Love),” and “Beautiful Day” at the Hammerstein Ballroom event. He then finished his set with… Read more »