Goood morning everybody! We hope you had a great Thanksgiving with family and friends. A quick holiday factoid: It’s not tryptophan (the amino acid in turkey) that makes you tired after the meal. It’s all of the carbs you consume with your turkey.
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John Greenberg has been a leader in the management business since 1988. John was a founding partner of Union Entertainment Group (UEG) and has worked with world-renowned bands, singers, producers, and writers who have won numerous awards including: Grammys, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recognition, MTV awards, and Platinum certifications.
John is also on the Board of Directors of the nonprofit www.musicsaveslives.org and is involved in philanthropic efforts. He also enjoys surfing, golfing, and spending time with his wife and two children.
John believes the secret to life lies within these four simple words: “HAPPY TO BE ALIVE” Continue Reading »
Mandela was 95.
“He is now resting. He is now at peace,” Zuma said. “Our nation has lost its greatest son. Our people have lost a father.” Continue Reading »
Stone Sour will be kicking off the new year on the road with Pop Evil as direct support. The tour will kick off on Jan. 14 at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. and run through Feb.15 in San Antonio, Texas at Backstage Live. Tickets go on sale today (Dec. 2) Continue Reading »
It has been nearly 16 years of bliss, Royal Bliss that is. Royal Bliss is modern rock with equal parts beauty and tragedy. The band has already been through enough to justify their own VH1 Behind the Music episode complete with addiction, near death experiences, car crashes, and law suits.
Hailing from Salt Lake City, Royal Bliss started in a basement as a few kids who had a passion for music and a drive to succeed. Striving to further their own abilities while building their fan base at the same time was always the ultimate goal. The music has been a message to those who listened, evolving every step of the way. From the early days when the lyrics echoed that of a late night frat party, to the deep, meaningful, and sometimes cries for help, the process of evolution is undeniable. Continue Reading »