Kings Of Leon (Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, Matthew Followill and Nathan Followill) arriving at the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) held at the Ahoy Rotterdam, Netherlands - Sunday 6th November 2016
Kings Of Leon (Jared Followill, Caleb Followill, Matthew Followill and Nathan Followill) performing live on NBC's Today show as part of their concert series - New York, United States - Friday 14th October 2016
The '1989' megastar helped her BFF Abigail Anderson celebrate turning 25 at a star-studded party over the Easter weekend.
Yet again, Taylor Swift proved that she’s pretty much the coolest person in the world, this time by throwing a huge birthday party over the Easter weekend for her best friend. The pop star attended a surprise 25th party for her BFF Abigail Anderson in Nashville on Saturday night that included a specially arranged guest appearance.
Swift had organised an impromptu performance by Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, which happens to be Anderson’s favourite band! Paramore’s Haley Williams was also in attendance, and the two of them broke out an acoustic performance of Dashboard’s 2002 hit ‘Hands Down’.
Swift had a busy Easter weekend, attending parties and going Easter Egg hunting
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After 'Supersoaker' debuted, Kings of Leon's new track 'Wait For Me' from upcoming album 'Mechanical Bull' is unveiled.
Kings Of Leon have unveiled the second single from their upcoming fifth record, Mechanical Bull, entitled 'Wait For Me.' We've already heard 'Supersoaker' after they debuted the lead single live in New York and thought it was mechanical marvelousness but could the band's second single live up to their first?
Kings Of Leon Are Gearing Up To Drop Their Fifth Album, Mechanical Bull.
The answer is an emphatic yes: the strength of 'Wait For Me' lies in its stand-out chorus, slowed down tempo, thoughtful lyrics and back-to-roots earnest guitar work. "It's all better now, it's all better now, wait for me," sings Caleb Followill during the rather anthemic chorus, mixing his repeated lyrics with "woahs" over soaring guitar notes. It's easy to imagine the song becoming an end of show classic to unite the crowd and band.
Kings of Leon played a brand new song from their forthcoming sixth album Mechanical Bull during a rescheduled Governors Ball Music Festival set in New York.
'Sex On Fire' rockers Kings Of Leon performed at Saturday's (8th June) rescheduled Governors Ball - a festival on New York's Randall Island - in rather wet and windy conditions.
Their Friday festival appearance had been cancelled due to severe weather conditions but fans were relieved to learn of the rescheduled Saturday set, ahead of GUNS N' ROSES' headlining, in what was their first live concert in NYC for three years.
As fans slipped about whilst trying to dance in the mud, frontman Caleb Followill introduced the new song: "We're gonna play a new song we've never played before, so if we mess it up it's your fault."
Talihina Sky follows brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill and their cousin, Matthew Followill, from their very beginnings, in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee and Oklahoma City. For Caleb, Nathan and Jared, their childhood was spent travelling throughout the Deep South with their father, who was a Pentecostal Church preacher. The three brothers formed Kings Of Leon in 1999, with Matthew joining later. The group finally landed a record deal in 2002.
Date of birth
14th January, 1982