Most popular

  • Machine Gun Kelly Arrested for Flash Mob at Cleveland Mall (Billboard)

    Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly , recently signed to Diddy's Bad Boy label, was arrested Saturday (Aug. 20) after organizing a flash mob that brought hundreds of screaming fans to Cleveland's South Park Mall. Watch the scene unfold below, in a video that chronicles the flash mob from entrance to arrest to prison release.

    It all started on Twitter , when Kelly tweeted  to his 70,000-plus followers, "I'm thinking about doing a flash mob at a mall or something tomorrow lol cleveland should we do one while I'm home?" followed by a flurry of posts over the course of three hours, deciding the location and explaining what everyone would do.

    Kelly tweeted , "No one move til you hear 'Cleveland' start, once it starts run to whatever table i'm at and Lets bust a mid-mall crowd surf and RAGE HARD!!!" and then  "ok, see yall tomorrow. bring funny #powerRAGER disguises, i'll bring the camera, and don't move/talk till the song plays at 5pm in foodcourt" on Friday night.

    Video shows Machine Gun Kelly shouting to his fans from a food court table. He is then pulled down and handcuffed by uniformed and plain-clothes police officers, who lead him away from the scene, as the rapper's fans continue to cheer and run throughout the suburban mall.

    The flash mob was set for 5 p.m., and by 6:46 p.m., Machine Gun Kelly's management had posted  on Twitter, letting fans know that "MGK and the boys" were in a holding cell and to look for an update soon, along with the hashtag #FreeMGK.

    A tweet  was posted announcing the group's release around 8 p.m., and soon after Kelly tweeted , "If havin fun with my fans and bringin the rage back to my hometown means I have to be arrested...then keep pullin the cuffs out #iwontstop."

    Read more »

  • FREE Tush

    TUSH by ZZTOP.
    Click on the Sheet Music below and get your FREE Sheet Music with Tabs and Lyrics.
    Now includes separate Bass Line Sheets.
    Enjoy, DiCMTV.net



    Read more »

  • Amy Winehouse Joins the 27 Club

    Musicians usually included in the 27 Club.

    The impetus for the club's creation were the deaths of Jones, Hendrix, Joplin and Morrison. Cobain, who died in 1994, was later added by some. With the exception of Joplin, there is controversy surrounding their deaths. According to the book Heavier Than Heaven , when Cobain died, his sister claimed that as a kid he would talk about how he wanted to join the 27 Club. On the fifteenth anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death, National Public Radio 's Robert Smith said, "The deaths of these rock stars at the age of 27 really changed the way we look at rock music."The 27s: The Greatest Myth of Rock & Roll details the history of the phenomenon.

    Brian Jones 1965.jpgBrian Jones July 3, 1969 Drowned in a swimming pool. The coroner's report stated "death by misadventure." Rolling Stones founder and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist. 27 years and 125 days
    Jimi Hendrix thumbnail.jpgJimi Hendrix September 18, 1970 Autopsy showed he asphyxiated on vomit after combining sleeping pills with wine.Pioneering electric guitarist, singer and songwriter for The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Band of Gypsys . 27 years and 295 days
    Janisjoplin.pngJanis Joplin October 4, 1970 Probable heroin overdose.Lead vocalist and songwriter for Big Brother and the Holding Company , The Kozmic Blues Band and Full Tilt Boogie Band. 27 years and 258 days
    Jim Morrison 1970.jpgJim Morrison July 3, 1971 Cause of death listed as "heart failure"; however, no autopsy was performed.Lead singer, songwriter and video director for The Doors . 27 years and 207 days
    Nirvana around 1992.jpgKurt Cobain April 5, 1994 Ruled as suicide by shotgun.Founding member, lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for Nirvana . 27 years and 44 days

    Other musicians who died at 27

    Some lists include other musicians who died at age 27. Cobain and Hendrix biographer Charles R. Cross  writes, "The number of musicians who died at 27 is truly remarkable by any standard. [Although] humans die regularly at all ages, there is a statistical spike for musicians who die at 27."                                                                                       

    Louis Chauvin March 26, 1908 Neurosyphilitic sclerosis. Ragtime musician.
    Robert Johnson August 16, 1938 Unknown, but typically credited to strychnine poisoning. Bluesman. Recorded very famous and influential set of 29 songs that influenced many famous musicians after him, considered the first of the 27 club.
    Nat Jaffe August 5, 1945 Result of complications from high blood pressure . Blues musician.
    Jesse Belvin February 6, 1960 Car crash. R&B singer and songwriter.
    Rudy Lewis May 20, 1964 Drug overdose. Vocalist of The Drifters .
    Malcolm Hale October 31, 1968 Carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty space heater. Original member of Spanky and Our Gang .
    Dickie Pride      March 26, 1969 Overdose of sleeping pills.
    Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson September 3, 1970 Barbiturate overdose, possible suicide. Leader, singer and primary composer of Canned Heat .
    Arlester "Dyke" Christian March 13, 1971 Shot. Frontman and vocalist of Dyke & the Blazers .
    Linda Jones March 14, 1972 Diabetic coma. R&B singer.
    Les Harvey May 3, 1972 Electrocution by live microphone after touching it with his wet hands. Guitarist for Stone the Crows .
    Ron "Pigpen" McKernan March 8, 1973 Gastrointestinal hemorrhage associated with alcoholism. Founding member, keyboardist and singer of the Grateful Dead .
    Roger Lee Durham July 27, 1973 Fell off a horse and died from the injuries. Singer and percussionist of Bloodstone .
    Wallace Yohn August 12, 1974 Died in a plane crash along with three other band members. Organ player of Chase .
    Dave Alexander February 10, 1975 Pulmonary edema. Bassist for the Stooges .
    Pete Ham April 24, 1975 Suicide by hanging. Keyboardist and guitarist, leader of Badfinger .
    Gary Thain December 8, 1975 Drug overdose. Former bassist of Uriah Heep and The Keef Hartley Band.
    Cecilia August 2, 1976 Car crash Spanish singer
    Helmut K Read more »

  • Guns N' Roses Plot First U.S. Tour in 5 Years

    Veteran rockers Guns N' Roses are heading back on the road for their first major U.S. tour in 5 years, the band announced on Wednesday. The Axl Rose-fronted group will play more than 30 concerts, starting Oct. 28 at Orlando's Amway Center Arena, and then wind through markets small (Greenville, SC) and large (Chicago).

    To warm up for the road trip (sponsored by Monster Energy), Guns will first headline the last day of the Rock in Rio festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Oct. 2. They spent much of 2010 on a world tour that spanned South America, Canada and Europe.

    Their sets at last year's Reading and Leeds festivals did not go over well, however. At both, the band showed up late and received choruses of boos from the crowd. Rose even declared "war" on Leeds organizers for cutting the band's set short.

    Aside from Rose, the ever-fluid Guns N' Roses lineup includes keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Chris Pitman, guitarists DJ Ashba, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and Richard Fortus, longtime bassist Tommy Stinson, and Frank Ferrer on drums.

    The band has not released an album since 2008's "Chinese Democracy," which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.

    The Tour Will Visit the Following Cities:
      Oct. 28: Orlando (Amway Center Arena)
      Oct. 29: Miami (American Airlines Arena)
      Oct. 31: Greenville, SC (Bi-Lo Center Arena)
      Nov. 2: Atlanta (Phillips Arena)
      Nov. 5: Dallas (Gexa Energy Pavillion)
      Omaha, NE
      Tulsa, OK
      Nov. 12: Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center Arena)
      Nov. 13: Minneapolis (Target Center Arena)
      Chicago (All State Arena)
      East Rutherford, NJ
      Hartford, CT
      Wilkes-Barre, PA
      Worcester, MA
      Camden, NJ

    Read more »