Aerosmith have moved the release date for "Music From Another Dimension," their first album in 11 years, back from August 28th to November 6th, frontman Steven Tyler revealed during a call to Cleveland radio station 100.7 WMMS.
Steven Tyler is in promotion mode, but it's difficult to tell if the Aerosmith singer is promoting "American Idol," where he and Jennifer Lopez are to be the new Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul, or if he is using television's highest-rated show over the last nine seasons running to promote himself.
This weekend, Abu Dhabi plays host to its first Formula 1 Grand Prix, and in typical fashion, the capital of the United Arab Emirates is pulling out all the stops, with a brand new racecourse estimated to have cost $1 billion and festivities including performances from Beyoncé and Aerosmith.
Steven Tyler was airlifted to a hospital early Thursday after falling from the stage during a concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota, according to the Rapid City Journal newspaper.
Those extra service fees tacked on to concert ticket prices -- long a source of grumbling by ticket buyers -- will disappear for millions of seats sold by the largest U.S. concert promoter this summer.
Time.com: Girl Talkupdated: Wed Oct 22 2008 20:00:00
TIME talks with digital remix guru Greg Gillis about music, copyright law and staging a house party at a concert hall
Baseball fans -- or maybe just those of us who have too much time on our hands and are too easily amused -- have long embraced the challenging entertainment of concocting theme teams with the names of actual major leaguers. All you need is a copy of The Baseball Encyclopedia or access to Baseball Reference. A common example is the All-Food Team (Darryl Strawberry, Bob Lemon, Jim Rice, Bob Veal, etc.):
MARKETS: Business is Back! April was such a charm! And here we are in May and the beat goes on. Like this on Wednesday: "Orders to U.S. factories surged in March by the largest amount in a year..." (Business is back!) TWX and YUM earnings were tasty and so we have another record for the Dow, crossing (Jordan) 13,200 for the first time. What was really nice to see was that the NAZ and S&P outpaced the Dow, because so much of the rally recently was big stocks outperforming (and playing catch up really with) the rest of the market. Finally the folks who've been saying that big caps looked cheap are looking smart.....Third time's a charm with Cablevision, right? Dolans are paying out $36.26 a share. Can you believe they originally offered $27 last fall? Good for the board to get up, stand up, get up for your rights!....Hey what are you doing this weekend, The (Kentucky) Derby or BRK's annual meeting? Hard to do both, trust me.....
Before groups such as Aerosmith, Run-DMC and Bon Jovi hit the charts, they were struggling musicians, trying to promote their names and songs. These days, musicians still struggle, but the Internet takes promotion of their fledgling careers directly to music fans all over the world.
Fortune: The Wordupdated: Mon Mar 03 2003 00:01:00
Since being idly rich is now passe, even the well-to-do are--wait for it--working. Patricia Kluge (above), the multimillionairess ex-wife of Metromedia chairman and CEO John Kluge Sr. (one of the 1...