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Saturday, October 25th 2014
by Daniel Haim

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by Brian Willett

Coachella 2011 isn’t until April 15 to 17, but we can’t help being excited about it! One reason is that Bloginity has the Coachella 2011 lineup for you, and we also have the hook up on Coachella 2011 tickets – browse them right here. Coachella looks to be epic, with a large cast of epic bands on the bill. Scroll down for the full Coachella 2011 lineup!

by Brian Willett

Bloginity is happy to announce that you will be able to see a live stream of Broken Social Scene’s Terminal 5 concert tonight, beginning at 9 p.m., right here! In the video area below, you can see the full performance from Broken Social Scene, streaming live courtesy of Bowery Presents.

by Brian Willett

If you thought Natalie Nunn wasn’t as big a name as Amber Rose, this video may eventually prove you wrong. Natalie Nunn is making quite a name for herself by coming out and taunting Amber Rose, telling her she is getting Natalie’s “sloppy seconds” by dating rapper Wiz Khalifa. Of course, no one seems to be taunting Wiz Khalifa for getting Kanye West’s seconds, as Kanye and Amber Rose dated previously; but then, riding Kanye’s coattails doesn’t seem too horrible.

by Brian Willett

Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globes 2011 ceremony, and the performance left some viewers talking more about Ricky Gervais than the winners of any awards. Why? Simple – Ricky Gervais’ Golden Globes 2011 hosting performance offered plenty of rude remarks, insulting many Hollywood stars and the organizers of the Golden Globes 2011 show. But was Ricky Gervais’ Golden Globes 2011 performance so bad? You decide.

by Brian Willett

Gregg Allman hasn’t released a solo album for 14 years, and it’s clear from Low Country Blues that Allman didn’t rush into this one. Gregg Allman’s new solo disc, which drops Tuesday – preview and order it here – shows not only his talent for writing original songs, but also his respect for other blues greats. On Low Country Blues, Gregg Allman offers just one original track, using cover songs as a way to toast the best of the blues.