The rooms where music is made and experienced affect everything from the sound of the instruments to the mood of the people in them. Each week in Space Explorer, Brian Heffernan will tell you about a different room with significance to St. Louis music. A hypothetical: "Would it ruin it if you went ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsAs the old saying goes, no news is good news. However, no local news makes for a rather-boring music section - or music blog, as the case may be. If you aren't a regular visitor to this here music blog, definitely become one: We compile breaking news, show reviews and local t ... More >>
Clownvis Presley with his biggest fans, the Goo Goo Dolls. It's a tale as old as time: Clown insults The Great and Terrible Oz(zy) to his wife and as a result becomes nearly infamous, by winning over the hearts and minds of Americans everywhere -- including, but not limited to, the members of ... More >>
When Clownvis Presley appeared on America's Got Talent earlier this summer, his performance did not go over well with the judges. Perhaps it had something to do with his uneven performance of "Old McDonald Had a Farm." Maybe it because he insulted judge Sharon Osbourne's husband, Ozzy. Or just maybe ... More >>
It doesn't matter what they say![Update! Watch video below, courtesy of Creative Saint Louis.] After seeing Clownvis Presley's performance on tonight's episode of America's Got Talent, it's obvious why it was chosen to be televised. Clownvis took the stage with his handlers, right after h ... More >>
It's been years since "You're fired!", accompanied by a cobra-like flick of Donald Trump's right hand, became a national catchphrase, so long, in fact, that Trump has resorted to casting celebrities instead of regular old celebrity-whores on his reality show The Apprentice.But now we may have a reas ... More >>
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In David Brent's The Office, it's better to be popular than competent
How do washed-up rock stars maintain lavish homes, fancy cars, stripper ex-wives, cocaine habits and scores of illegitimate children? Easy: They co-opt youth culture.
2002 proved that TV has no shame at any hour
But just think, no one hates TV more than Trent Lott
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