Nicki Minaj’s Pinkprint tour hit Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last night, and it was an excellent show! Her dancers are incredible, her vocal range is astounding, her costumes ruled, and holy shit, she brought out Lil Wayne! But aside from all that, the show was also prime selfie-taking ground. I learned so much from… »
NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton claims to have 854 Grateful Dead shows under his belt, so of course he’s going to follow the band around as it plays its five final concerts.
Nothing ruins a concert faster than some rude-ass fellow concertgoers. At a certain point, it’s gotta be legal for you to swat a phone out of someone’s hand who just won’t stop taking pictures at a show. It’s not cool, man. You can’t control the behavior of someone else, but you can make sure you’re not an asshole in… »
Country-music terrorist Kenny Chesney took a break from performing in the summer of 2014, which was a relief to the people who had to clean up the garbage left behind by drunk idiots at his concert at Heinz Field. This year, Chesney returned to Pittsburgh, and new Bills lineman Richie Incognito was in attendance. The… »
It didn't go well the last time Bieber Fever struck an NHL venue, as a Rick Rypien memorial outside of Rogers Centre in Vancouver was defaced. Wary of escalating tensions, hockey has dropped goodwill ambassador Sidney Crosby into the fray—Bieber's tour stop at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh last night. »
His season over, last night Dirk was in Grand Prairie, Texas, to catch indie-folk band the Avett Brothers. Naturally, he was invited on stage to join in on "I Killed Sally's Lover." Dirk was handed a tambourine, and proceeded to rock right the fuck out. (Fun starts at the two-minute mark. [Cosby Sweaters] »
It is nearly a proven fact by now that sports fans do not appreciate Nickelback disgracing their teams' venues with their loud, raspy wailing. The NHL made the mistake of announcing that the group would headline the Winnipeg Jets' home opener back in September, but organizers scrapped the plan—possibly thanks, at… »