Artists are coming up with different ways to entertain and help out this year.
Plenty of artists have been donating money to various organisations, and plenty more have been taking part in virtual concert series as we all do our best to navigate the uncertain, isolating waters of the coronavirus pandemic. But many musicians are also taking it upon themselves to help people in other unusual ways.
MEGADETH performing in Milan, 2020 / Photo Credit: Pacific Press/SIPA USA/PA Images
1. Megadeth, Taylor Hawkins, Laura Marling and more offer music lessons
Continue reading: Six Unexpected Things Musicians Are Doing To Help While Quarantined
We're feeling the nostalgia this month.
It's been a surprisingly excellent month for music with plenty of enjoyable albums to choose from. In fact, picking out our top seven has been far from an easy job. The theme of nostalgia is strong across a lot of the records, which is perfect for this time of year.
1. Why Me? Why Not. - Liam Gallagher
Liam Gallagher - Why Me? Why Not.
The rapper's private jet was forced to make an emergency landing Tuesday after blowing out two tyres on take-off.
Post Malone has lashed out at trolls who “wished death” upon him yesterday when news broke that the private jet he was travelling in was forced to make an emergency landing, having blown two tires.
The 23 year old rapper was flying to the United Kingdom on Tuesday (August 21st) ahead of his slots at the 2018 Reading and Leeds Festivals, when the terrifying incident took place. The plane had been due to travel from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to London Luton airport in the UK, when it apparently blew tyres upon take-off.
It was quickly diverted to make an emergency landing at New York Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, where it landed safely. The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the G-IV aircraft, carrying 16 passengers, had made a “textbook landing” but that it would be investigating the incident.
Beliebers had been concerned that his support act Post Malone had attacked him in a nightclub - but it was all just "rough housing".
Justin Bieber and rapper Post Malone have responded humorously to the ‘choking’ incident that had Beliebers up in arms earlier this week on social media, assuring fans that everything’s cool between them and that they were merely playfighting.
The photos surfaced earlier this week, a couple of days after the 22 year old Canadian pop star was pictured flicking cigarette ash on his support act’s arm in a Houston club in the early hours of Sunday morning (April 10th).
Continue reading: Justin Bieber Mocks Post Malone 'Choking' Incident On Instagram