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UFC Superstar Jon “Bones” Jones Arrested for DWI & Gun Charge in New Mexico

UCF fighter Jon “Bones” Jones was arrested for DWI and a gun charge in New Mexico Thursday morning (Mar. 26). According to a criminal complaint, after two Albuquerque Police Department officers heard gunshots near 3rd and Central, they went to the area and found “two unknown homeless subjects” and a black Jeep. The officers said Jones was in the driver’s seat with the engine running and the car in park. It isn’t clear if the homeless people were also in the Jeep or how they were connected to the...
Tags: New York, Celebs, Crime, Celebrity Arrests, Mugshots, Sports, Pop Culture, Jazz, Ufc, New Mexico, Bentley, MMA, Jones, Jon, Albuquerque New Mexico, UCF


Best New Hip Hop Music Videos of 2020: The Ultimate List

Looking for some new music to add to your hip hop playlist? Check out this guide to discover all the best new hip hop of 2020!   The hip hop gods are feeling generous in 2020. We’ve already seen some of the most fire tracks drop from the most fire artists in the scene. If these first few months are any indication of what’s to come, we’re looking at an exciting year of releases. Here are some of the best new hip hop music videos of 2020 so far. Roddy Ricch – The Box The Box is a certified ...
Tags: UK, News, Obama, White House, New York City, Barack Obama, Mtv, Jazz, Jones, Don, Roddy, Newgrounds, Medhane, Toliver, Don Jones, DaBaby


Alabama Executes Nathaniel Woods, Man Convicted in Killing of 3 Cops Who Were Shot By Someone Else

A man convicted in the 2004 killings of three police officers who were shot by another man was executed Thursday evening in Alabama. Inmate Nathaniel Woods, 43, was pronounced dead at 9:01 p.m. CST Thursday following a lethal injection at the state prison in Atmore, authorities said. The inmate had no last words before the chemicals began flowing. The execution came after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a temporary stay to consider last-minute appeals and then denied the inmate’s petitions. It als...
Tags: Crime, News, Supreme Court, Alabama, Jazz, Execution, Birmingham, Martin Luther King Jr, Jones, Woods, Marshall, State, Spencer, U S Supreme Court, Bennett, Owen


How Sephora’s New Standards Are Changing The Way We Shop For CBD Skin Care

When it comes to beauty products, CBD's purported effects include soothing skin, reducing redness, and calming inflammation. However, in a space that's virtually unregulated, no one's holding brands accountable for actually delivering on anything that's printed on the label. Looking to help the average person navigate this rapidly-growing trend is Sephora, which today unveiled a new set of standards designed to help you shop CBD skin care with confidence.In an exclusive interview with Byrdie, Ci...
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McCoy Tyner: Inception

McCoy Tyner should receive as much attention as Thelonious Monk, Oscar Peterson and even Bill Evans. For some reason, he doesn't, and I have no idea why not. Tyner's recordings are as inventive, as rich and as stunning as the other three piano leaders. Of course, Peterson and Monk came up in the late 1940s, and Evans came up in the 1950s, so they had a jump on him. Tyner's trio leadership career didn't begin until the early 1960s. I can't think of another pianist who best reflects the '60s than...
Tags: Jazz, Evans, Jones, Punjab, Gwen, Peterson, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Aisha, Francis Wolff, Elvin Jones, Tyner, Effendi, Marc Myers, Tom Vaughn, Art Davis


How Martin Luther King Jr. and Motown Saved the Sound of the Civil Rights Movement

You know Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Or at least you think you know it—you’ve read about it in textbooks, or heard politicians quote from it, or seen clips in classrooms or museums. But chances are, you haven’t heard the full 17-minute address from the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, and what you have heard failed to capture what made it the one of the most famous speeches in history. Even if you wanted to, despite its renown, it’s surprisingly hard to find...
Tags: Music, News, Washington, Stanford, New York City, Uncategorized, America, Atlanta, Fox, Cbs, Birmingham, Vietnam, Jackson, Martin Luther King, Detroit, Civil rights movement


Nearly 98, this man shook President Truman’s hand, befriended Dr. Seuss and Stan Lee and hasn’t stopped dancing

Joe Siracusa is alive and well on the eve of his 98th birthday. That’s important to note, Siracusa says. Because when you get to be his age, and you’ve had fame enough to show up on celebrity birthday lists — as drummer in bandleader Spike Jones’ City Slickers, followed by a long career in Hollywood animation studios — he says people tend to worry when his name doesn’t appear in the newspaper on his Feb. 3 birthday. “One year it wasn’t there,” he says, sitting in his favorite chair at the Tarzan...
Tags: Music, TV, Hollywood, Movies, California, Washington, Los Angeles, Sport, PA, Things To Do, Soccer, Hawaii, Italy, James Taylor, Cleveland, Stan Lee


Popdose Tribute: Remembering Terry Jones

The death of any creative person with a long and distinguished body of work — and writer, actor, director and Monty Python co-founder Terry Jones qualifies if anyone does — naturally prompts those of us left behind to catalogue and quantify their legacy, isolating those particular fragments of brilliance that lodge most immovably in our memories. Rhys Darby mentioned a throwaway gag from Monty Python and the Holy Grail (“What, the curtains?”) as “the funniest thing I can always instantly picture...
Tags: Python, Music, Television, Bbc, Monty Python, Brian, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Jones, Eric Idle, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Ian MacNaughton, Terry Jones, Cleese, Gilliam, Rhys Darby


Remembering Terry Jones

The death of any creative person with a long and distinguished body of work — and writer, actor, director and Monty Python co-founder Terry Jones qualifies if anyone does — naturally prompts those of us left behind to catalogue and quantify their legacy, isolating those particular fragments of brilliance that lodge most immovably in our memories. Rhys Darby mentioned a throwaway gag from Monty Python and the Holy Grail (“What, the curtains?”) as “the funniest thing I can always instantly picture...
Tags: Python, Music, Bbc, Monty Python, Brian, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Jones, Eric Idle, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Ian MacNaughton, Terry Jones, Cleese, Gilliam, Rhys Darby, Mandy Cohen


Have You Met Inez Jones?

Mention West Coast jazz and you probably think of musicians such as Chet Baker, Bud Shank, Art Pepper, Russ Freeman, Conte and Pete Candoli, Shelly Manne, Lou Levy and Jack Sheldon. What do they all have in common? They were all white. Not that there's anything wrong that. But in Los Angeles in the 1950s, there also were many top-flight African-American jazz studio musicians who had an equally tasteful, laid-back studio sound. I'm talking about guys like guitarist Oscar Moore, pianist Carl Per...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, California, Los Angeles, Jazz, Kansas City, Memphis, Jones, Omega, Bay Area, Chet Baker, PAUL, Moore, Carl Perkins, Paul Jones, Sarah Vaughan


James “Radio” Kennedy, Who Inspired 2003 Cuba Gooding Jr. Movie, Dies at 73

James “Radio” Kennedy—the man who inspired the movie “Radio,” starring Cuba Gooding, Jr.—has died. He was 73 years old. Kennedy’s niece and caregiver, Jackie Kennedy, confirmed the sad news to WYFF News 4 Sunday morning (Dec. 15). Jackie said her uncle was taken to Hospice of the Upstate in Anderson County Saturday afternoon, and he passed away early Sunday morning. Kennedy was a regular fixture on the sidelines of T.L. Hanna High School in Anderson, South Carolina for more than 50 years after h...
Tags: Celebs, Pop Culture, Jazz, Cuba, Cuba Gooding Jr, Jackie, South Carolina, Kennedy, Jones, James, Hanna, Anderson County, Harold Jones, Jackie Kennedy, Anderson South Carolina, R.I.P


New Evidence in Alexis Crawford Case Reveals Roommate’s Boyfriend’s DNA Was Found Inside Slain Student

Prosecutors have revealed a new development in the tragic case of Alexis Crawford—the 21-year-old college student who went missing and was later found dead after allegedly being killed by her roommate and her roommate’s boyfriend. Jordyn Jones, one of two suspects accused of murdering Crawford, was denied bond at a hearing Thursday morning (Nov. 21). Jones—who’d known Crawford since their freshman year at Clark Atlanta University, and was her good friend and roommate—is accused, along with he...
Tags: Crime, News, Rape, Jazz, Young, Dekalb County, Jones, Trending, Crawford, WSB TV, Decatur, Grady, Brantley, Michael Young, Clark Atlanta University, DNA Evidence


John Graas's Lost Decca Dates

In January 1957, the Miles Davis Quintet was in Los Angeles on tour, playing at Jazz City on Hollywood Boulevard and Western Avenue.  While there, the quintet's rhythm section—pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones—found time to freelance for two different labels. The trio recorded Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section for Contemporary on January 19. Then Chambers and Jones recorded tracks for a John Graas Sextet album for Decca on the 21st. On the 22nd and 23rd, ...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Davis, Jazz, West Coast, East Coast, Pacific, Jones, Columbia, Montrose, Decca, Philly, Perkins, Lewis, East


Alexis Crawford’s Roommate & Accused Killer Spent Holidays With Her Family

The 21-year-old Clark Atlanta University student who was found dead in a park considered her roommate and alleged killer a “close friend” and even invited her to spend time with her family for the holidays. According to a spokesperson for the family of Alexis Crawford, Alexis and her roommate, Jordyn Jones, also 21, had been best friends since their freshman year at CAU. In fact, their relationship was close enough for Crawford’s family to host Jones for both Easter and Thanksgiving, the Rev. Ma...
Tags: Crime, News, Jazz, Dekalb County, Jones, Trending, Crawford, AJC, Alexis, Atlanta Journal, Brantley, Jordyn, Clark Atlanta University, Grady Memorial Hospital, Fulton County Jail, Jordyn Jones


The Paintings of Miles Davis: Discover Visual Art Inspired by Kandinsky, Basquiat, Picasso, and Joni Mitchell

Few artists have lived as many creative lifetimes as Miles Davis did in his 65 years, continuing to evolve even after his death with the posthumous release of a lost album Rubberband earlier this year. The album’s cover, featuring an original painting by Davis himself, may have turned fans on to another facet of the composer/bandleader/trumpeter’s artistic evolution—his career as a visual artist, which he began in earnest just a decade before his 1991 death. “During the early 1980s,” writes Tar...
Tags: Google, Art, Music, New York, College, Davis, Miles Davis, Lionel Richie, Times, Joni Mitchell, Zurich, Grateful Dead, Jones, Quincy Jones, Miles, Facebook Twitter


Tool delivers a crushingly cinematic night at Staples Center

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Throughout the drudgery of a long tour, a few shows will stand out above all the rest. When the members of Tool reflect upon what occurred at the Staples Center on Sunday, they’ll get warm-and-fuzzies at how they were received by the rapturous audience that witnessed their first L.A. show in nine years.  This was a home game for Tool, and they were playing with a lead. The first of a two-night home stand saw them play four songs from their latest release, “Fe...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Featured, Taylor Swift, Washington, Gallery, Staples Center, Jones, Lakers, Tool, Show Review, Killing Joke, Wagner, Gibson, Adam Jones, Carey


Watch Queen Rehearse & Meticulously Prepare for Their Legendary 1985 Live Aid Performance

It seems no small irony that lean, late-seventies and eighties New Wave bands like U2, Depeche Mode, and the Cure, who made legacy stadium rock acts like Queen seem outmoded, went on to become massive-selling stadium legacy acts themselves. The musical critique of 70’s rock excesses found its most popular expression in bands that took a lot from Freddie Mercury and company: flamboyant sexual fluidity, spectacular light shows, raw emotional confessionalism, stridently sentimental, fist-pu...
Tags: Google, Music, London, Bono, College, South Africa, Wembley Stadium, Bob Geldof, Elton John, Paul Mccartney, Dave Grohl, Queen, Wembley, Freddie Mercury, Montreal, Geldof


Tekashi SNITCH9ine Testifies That Cardi B, Jim Jones & Trippie Redd Are Gang Members

Tekashi 6ix9ine (who will from this point forward be referred to as Tekashi SNITCH9ine) has been singing his heart out on the stand in his Manhattan federal court case all week … and in the process, has outed a few high profile rappers as gang members. According to Tekashi Snitch9ine—who is on trial for racketeering, drug trafficking, and other crimes—Cardi B, Jim Jones and Trippie Redd are all members of various gangs. On Tuesday (Sep. 17), while testifying against his one-time gang associates ...
Tags: Celebs, Youtube, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Manhattan, Jazz, Gangs, Gq, Jones, Trending, Cardi B, Don, Mack, Jim Jones, Hernandez, Trey


Caroline Jones Releases “Gulf Coast Girl” with Jimmy Buffett, Chesney, and Others

Jimmy Buffett and Mac McAnally wrote a song for Caroline Jones that she has recorded and filmed a music video for. Buffett, McAnally, Kenny Chesney, and Lukas Nelson provide vocals on the song as well. Buffett has not only been a strong supporter, he’s now co-written a song for Jones. “This is a really, really cool story,” says Jones. “I became close friends with Jimmy when we went out on tour last year. I’ve known Mac McAnally since 2012. He’s Jimmy’s right hand man musically, he’s a songw...
Tags: Music, Florida, Mac, Alabama, Nashville, Gulf Coast, Jones, Buffett, Related Artists, Singles, Jimmy Buffett, Lukas Nelson, Jimmy, Mac McAnally, Caroline Jones, Gulf Shores Alabama


South Carolina Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Stealing Cigarettes

A South Carolina man who stole thousands of dollars worth of cigarettes from the same gas station twice in one week will spend the next 15 years in prison after pleading guilty in court Wednesday (May 8).Officials said 48-year-old Michael Lamont Jones went into an Exxon Kangaroo gas station on January 18th, 2019, got behind the counter and threatened the clerk by telling them he was armed with a gun (he wasn’t) before stealing more than $4,000 worth of cigarettes.Investigators said Jones committ...
Tags: Crime, News, Prison, Theft, Jazz, Cigarettes, Shoplifting, South Carolina, Jones, Robbery, Greenville South Carolina, Michael Lamont Jones


Facebook Bans Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos & Other “Dangerous Individuals”

Facebook announced Thursday (May 2) that it has banned a number of “dangerous” high-profile figures—including Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones, and Milo Yiannopoulos—from using its platform and network of apps and services.Farrakhan leads the Nation of Islam, which is considered a hate group, and he’s notorious for using anti-Semitic language.Facebook is trying to rid its platform of fake news and hate speech, and Farrakhan, a “dangerous individual,” according to Facebook, falls into at least one of ...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Congress, Tech, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jones, Alex Jones, Louis Farrakhan, Milo Yiannopoulos, Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, Paul Joseph Watson, the Nation of Islam, Paul Nehlen


Quincy Jones in Paris, 1960

In 1957, Quincy Jones moved to Paris. There, he studied with Nadia Boulanger, a French composer who educated numerous expatiate American composers and bandleaders. As Boulanger told Jones, "Your music can never be more or less than you are as a human being." To pay the bills, Jones took a job with Barclay, the French record label, where he produced and arranged sessions for French pop singers and touring American jazz vocalists.  After 19 months, Jones returned to New York. Producer John Hammo...
Tags: Europe, New York, Paris, Broadway, Finland, Jazz, Jones, Quincy Jones, Alhambra, Joe Harris, John Hammond, Barclay, Harold Arlen, Phil Woods, Marc Myers, Nadia Boulanger


WATCH: Van Jones Claps Back at Wendy Williams After She Brings Up His Divorce

Wendy Williams just got called out on her own show!Political commentator and activist Van Jones stopped by The Wendy Williams Show today (Apr. 23) to promote his new CNN show, The Redemption Project, which he also happens to produce with his soon-to-be ex-wife, Jana Carter.So, as Williams likes to do, she pried into Jones’ private life.“You still wear a ring,” Williams said while looking at Jones’ hand and mentioning his ongoing divorce from Carter.However, Jones wasn’t having it and quickly cla...
Tags: Videos, Celebs, Television, Interviews, Cnn, Williams, Pop Culture, Jazz, Wendy Williams, Jones, Carter, Wendy, Van Jones, Kevin Hunter, Wendy Williams Show, The Wendy Williams Show


Blogger Tasha K Threatens to Shoot Law Officer in the Head After Cardi B Serves Her With Defamation Lawsuit Papers

Cardi B is suing two YouTube vloggers for defamation, and when she tried to server said one of them with papers, the vlogger threatened to shoot the process server in the head.Last month, TMZ reported that Cardi was a filing lawsuit against two bloggers for saying that Cardi B is a prostitute who has herpes.Tasha K, who runs the popular YouTube channel unWinewithTashaK, has uploaded 23 videos about Cardi B over the past 14 months that the rapper wants taken down, in the words of T.I., “quickly, ...
Tags: Celebs, Youtube, Social Media, Hip Hop, Lawsuits, Pop Culture, Jazz, Threats, Defamation, Jones, Cardi B, Cardi, Tasha, Latasha, Social Media Beef, Kulture


The Popdose Interview with Howard Jones

He’s been releasing albums on a fairly consistent basis since the beginning of his career, but for the first time in a long time, it feels like timing is on Howard Jones’ side. There’s a Republican in the White House – just like there was during Jones’ entire chart run from 1983 to 1992 – and the world is in desperate need of Jones’ trademark eternal optimism, which we’re pleased to say has not waned one bit.  Armed with a new album Transform, which features three collaborations with electronic...
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The Popdose Interview: Howard Jones

He’s been releasing albums on a fairly consistent basis since the beginning of his career, but for the first time in a long time, it feels like timing is on Howard Jones’ side. There’s a Republican in the White House – just like there was during Jones’ entire chart run from 1983 to 1992 – and the world is in desperate need of Jones’ trademark eternal optimism, which we’re pleased to say has not waned one bit.  Armed with a new album Transform, which features three collaborations with electronic...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, Music, Japan, London, White House, Wikipedia, Bt, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, Paul Mccartney, Miami, Herbie Hancock, States, Grammys, Dolby


Pastor John Gray Criticized for Wearing $4K Sneakers in Pulpit: “Jesus Walked Around in Sandals”

The Instagram account “PreachersNSneakers” is just a little over two weeks old, but it has already amassed a following of more than 100K people who want to see what sneakers their favorite preachers are rocking on their feet.The account, started by a man who goes by the alias Tyler Jones, shares images of celebrity pastors juxtaposed with a closeup of their footwear and the price tag of the kicks.Featured on the pages are a number of famous celebrity preachers (i.e. preachers who have turned tea...
Tags: Celebs, Money, Instagram, Buzzfeed, Church, Los Angeles, Justin Bieber, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jesus, Kim, Oprah, Gucci, Kanye, Sneakers, Jones


Sahib Shihab: Danish Group

As a member of the Quincy Jones Big Band, saxophonist and flutist Sahib Shihab had a chance to travel extensively abroad. In 1959 and '60, the band was in Paris, where Sahib had an opportunity to record and experience Europe for the first time. He found the city relaxing, racially tolerant, art-focused and beautiful during the day and late at night. I know this because Sahib told me when I interviewed him at Rutgers University in the early 1980s, when he was a visiting professor there. [Photo a...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Germany, Paris, Jazz, Denmark, Copenhagen, Jones, Rutgers University, Harvey, Marc Myers, Quincy Jones Big Band, Sahib Shihab, Sahib, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen, Jan Persson


Bobby Berk On His Latest Venture, His Love Of Jones Bar-B-Q Sauce & Splurging On Bedding

Design Tips With Bobby Berk Of "Queer Eye" We all wish we had a Bobby Berk in our lives...and now we’re probably about as close as we can get. Netflix’s Queer Eye design guru just launched a lifestyle site that will help us add a little bit of Bobby to our everyday lives. He’ll share insight into wellness, food, fashion, and even some behind-the-scenes looks at his redesigns from the show. We recently caught up with Berk about his latest venture, his love of Jones BBQ sauce, and everythin...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Fashion, Music, Japan, New York, La, New York City, Netflix, Missouri, States, Kansas City, Jones, Bobby, Berk, Bobby Berk


Five Videos: Papa Jo Jones

Few drummers make me smile more than Jo Jones. Jones began jazz drumming professionally in the 1920s and first recorded in 1931 with Hunter's Serenades. Jones is probably best known for playing with Count Basie's earliest band in 1934 and recording with Basie starting in 1936. He was one of the first drummers to make use of the brushes and among the first to steer timekeeping away from the bass drum and turn that job over to the hi-hat cymbal, producing what today is jazz's familiar modern soun...
Tags: Jazz, Cbs, Philips, Illinois, Louis Armstrong, Jones, Eddie Jones, Hunter, Philly, George Benson, Ben Webster, Oscar Peterson, Teddy Wilson, Count Basie, Ray Brown, Gerry Mulligan



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