Perfect Saturday: sitting at the pool; shopping spree at J. Crew; saw The Kids Are All Right; yummy sushi dinner. Now watching Lifetime."
-Joe Zee Tweets
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Singer-songwriter Megan McCormick hit Pianos on the Lower East Side Tuesday to share her soulful, grunge rock with the packed house.
McCormick played cuts from her forthcoming record Honest Words - available Aug. 17 - which was produced by Dave O'Donnell, best known for his work with John Mayer, Eric Clapton and James Taylor.
McCormick even stuck around after the show to help break down her set!
Check out two (unusually dark) snippets of McCormick's performance, below.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis filming a scene from forthcoming flick Friends With Benefits in Central Park Wednesday (top photo), Cyndi Lauper performing on CBS' The Early Show Tuesday (middle photo), supermodel Selita Ebanks rocking a Melania Trump necklace at the Target opening in East Harlem Tuesday (bottom photo), Enrique Iglesias serenading a fan onstage during his Today Show performance Friday, and Zoe Kazan decked out in Cynthia Rowley at The Extra Man premiere at Village East Cinema Monday.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Monday, July 19, 2010
The 40-something-year-old California rockers certainly have some younger bands to compete with this year (see Motion City Soundtrack, All-American Rejects), but that doesn't seem to dissuade them.
"I love the kid bands," Keith tells the crowd.
"With their wool hats and roled up jeans and tank tops... It's a great look."
Face to Face entertained the few thousand Warped Tourers Saturday with a raging, joke-filled set that included songs "Ordinary," "Blind," and "Should Anyhting Go Wrong," off of the forthcoming Laugh Now, Laugh Later - their first record in eight years.
Check out our favorite photos from the set, above.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Motion City Soundtrack hitting the Teggart/Main Stage for a mid-day performance Saturday (top photo), Andrew WK posing with fans at his "Party House" (middle photo), All-American Rejects performing a rambunctious, single-heavy set in the evening (bottom photo), Taylor Momsen suggesting that "If you have anything to smoke, light it up" during The Pretty Reckless' show, Sum 41, Alkaline Trio, Reel Big Fish and The Dillinger Escape Plan tearing up their performances, and After Midnight Project struggling to get their manager into Nassau Coliseum just minutes before their set.