Grammy Nominations Concert Set For December 6
Bionics For Vets concert Series comes to Local 662 this Saturday in St. Pete (Video)
Conrad Murray or spoke of taking propofol, the drug that killed him. Murray was convicted in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter for giving Jackson an overdose of the drug in June 2009. He is serving a prison term. AEG Lives defense has focused heavily on testimony from Jacksons former physicians, who have detailed their treatments for the superstar. The company denies it hired Murray. Lawyers for Katherine Jackson were expected to present a brief rebuttal case this week and closing arguments were likely to begin on Monday. Metzger began treating Jackson in the early 1980s. He told of traveling with him to Australia on the History Tour and being at his wedding to Debbie Rowe. Jackson suffered from insomnia even then, he said. Metzger testified about his treatments of Jackson over the years and said the singer could be secretive and often didnt tell him when he was receiving medical care from other doctors. He described the singers behavior as doctor shopping. He said he did not know him to be addicted to painkillers although he had a low threshold for pain and often sought medication. He was a big baby.
By Jim Farber / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 6:21 PM Comment PAUL BUCK/EPA Beyonce holds the award for Best R&B Performance at the 2013 Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The nominees for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards will be announced December 6th. Can it be Grammy time already? Almost. PHOTOS: INSIDE THE GRAMMY AWARDS 2013 Nominations for next years Grammy Awards will be announced this December in the same manner they have for the last half decade – with a one hour, prime time show on CBS. On Friday December 6th at 10 p.m., the network will broadcast The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! – Countdown to Musics Biggest Night. True to its title, the program will feature a host of performances by stars wholl also read out this years top nominees. Matt Sayles/Matt Sayles/Invision/AP Taylor Swift poses backstage with the award for best song written for visual media for ‘Safe and Sound (for the Hunger Games)’ at the 55th annual Grammy Awards. The nominees for next year’s awards will be announced in December, CBS announced. PHOTOS: STARS AT PRE-GRAMMY PARTIES The Grammys itself, the 56th in the series, will be handed out on Sunday, January 26th, live from the Staples Center. The show starts at 8 p.m. on CBS. Last years awards ceremony drew 28.37 million viewers, the second largest audience for the awards since 1993. A host for the Nominations Live show has yet to be announced, though several of late have starred LL Cool J. email@example.com
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We hope people get a positive message from our songs. It feels like we have a purpose, which is to put out hopeful music. – 4Ever Endeavour ZigZag America is made up of Jimmy Starr on lead vocals, Miki Tabakovic on guitar, Jake Schaffer on bass, and Bobby Walker on drums. Originally formed about 16 years ago by Jimmy Starr and Miki Tabakovic, ZigZag America has recently released their debut CD titled “.com.” This band puts on a highly energetic live show, and is guaranteed not to disappoint an audience. Unfortunately drummer Bobby Walker will not be performing with the band at the Bionics For Vets concert on Saturday. Taking the place on drums at the show will be former Rebel 5 drummer, Chad Henderson. Yoshi Gish, along with his band, is a sight to be seen and heard. Yoshi Gish Mixes a well balanced amount of Alternative, punk and rock music along with a fair amount of humor into his songs. To compare Yoshi Gish to another artists would be pointless as he has a unique style all to his own. Buddy Kings Shotgun Junkies was formed in February of this year by singer/songwriter/guitarist, Buddy King. The band currently features Buddy King on lead vocals & guitar, Sunnie Rae on backup vocals, and John Spinelli on drums. The band recently parted ways with bassist Lee Pons, and will have a fill-in for the show. Hosted by The Hoff of the Hangin With The Hoff Show” on WPRN 102.1 fm, the Party Pirate, Saturdays Bionics For Vets concert will be the first in a series of planned showcases to take place in the Tampa Bay area. A portion of the proceeds from the concert series will go to fund an account that will help pay for a different disabled veteran to receive a bionic prosthetic limb. Aside from the great live music that will be heard, Saturdays event will also have other surprises as well, including a 50/50 raffle. A custom Fender Squire guitar autographed by the members of Queensryche (courtesy of Queensryche lead singer Todd LaTorre and Seminole Music & Sound ) will also be raffled off at the event.