September 19, 2015
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JWOWW doesn’t want ‘Jersey Shore’ cast replaced ‘Jersey Shore’ has reportedly wrapped another season of filming, which has led to rumors of a possible seventh season that would be slightly different.
It has been rumored that as the current cast is growing up, a new cast may be brought in for the next season of ‘Jersey Shore,’ states Hollyscoop. However, that won’t happen if Jenni “JWOWW” Farley has anything to say about it.
“I would go off on MTV [if that happened]. I would burn down that house,” JWOWW laughed.
And even if they try, JWOWW doesn’t think it will be a success: “They didn’t recreate ‘The Hills’ because who could replace ‘The Hills?’ Who could recreate ‘The Jersey Shore’ without it turning into ‘The Real World?’”
Do you think they will hire a new cast?
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Hey Monday to make network television debut tonight Pop punk group Hey Monday has more than a handful of events coming up for fans. First off, the band will make their network television debut tonight on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they will perform their current single, “I Don’t Wanna Dance,” as well as fan favorite “Wish You Were Here.” Then they will guest star and perform “I Don’t Wanna Dance” on The CW’s new hit show “Hellcats” next Wednesday, September 29.
In addition, MySpace Music recently selected Hey Monday to be part of their “Transmissions” performance series, and have the set slated to launch on Friday, September 24. Then just before their headline tour begins, on October 18, VEVO will premiere the Hey Monday “GO SET,” which was filmed live in Harvard Square.
The band will embark on a 32-city headlining tour beginning October 20 in support of their recently released EP Beneath It All, which debuted at #25 on the Billboard Top 200. Hey Monday spent the summer of 2010 on this year’s Warped Tour, and is eager to begin playing new songs and old favorites for their growing fan-base. Full tour dates are listed below.
Hey Monday is made up of Cassadee Pope (lead vocals/guitar,) Mike Gentile (lead guitar/vocals,) and Alex Lipshaw (rhythm guitar/vocals). Since releasing their debut album Hold on Tight two years ago, the band has sold nearly 500,000 songs, graced the cover of several magazines in the U.S. and overseas, and have received more than 28 million plays on MySpace. The band has been featured on MTV’s “The Real World: Brooklyn” and most recently on “Silent Library,” and the new video for “I Don’t Wanna Dance” premiered across MTV’s channels in July. Hey Monday has garnered a worldwide fan base including 200,000 followers on Twitter and over 340,000 Facebook fans.
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D.A. Pennebaker, inventor of the music video, turns 85 D.A. (Donn Alan) Pennebaker turns 85 today, years young.
All those so called documentary shows that clutter TV– from the Real World to Celebrity Rehab–spring from the cinema verite that Pennebaker and his cohorts Ricky Leacock, Albert Maysles, and a few others invented more than 50 years ago.
Pennebaker broke ground in the mid 60s when he made “Dont Look Back” with Bob Dylan. Still considered the quintessential music film, “Dont Look Back” became an instant classic for its style, substance and form. You feel as though you’re actually with Dylan, Joan Baez, and friends.
A couple of years later, Pennebaker filmed “Monterey Pop,” the festival that introduced America to its new generation of pop stars from the Mamas and the Papas to Janis Joplin and Otis Redding. Each one of them became icons, as did Pennebaker.
Pennebaker also credited with making the first and most influential music video–Bob Dylan dropped cards in “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” It’s impossible to say how many times it’s been imitated.
It would be another dozen or more years before the filmmaker, with his wife (DGA Award winner) Chris Hegedus, would create the Oscar nominated “War Room.” But in between and before Pennebaker’s journeys would take him into politics with Bobby Kennedy and Jane Fonda, Broadway with Carol Burnett, roots music with the Coen Brothers, and dozens more places. His film of the making of the album for “Company,” the Stephen Sondheim musical, is really and truly legendary. His work in it with Elaine Stritch led to them winning an Emmy years later for an HBO Stritch documentary.
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