Last night (June 20), the Black Keys went low key by playing a secret gig at the Springwater Supper Club in Nashville, Tenn., where they shot a brand-new music video for their song ‘Little Black Submarines.’
The very man to whom Pearl Jam entrusted their financial affairs is now being accused of stealing staggering amounts of money from the band. Rickey Charles Goodrich, the former CFO of Pearl Jam’s management company, was recently charged for having stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from the band over the last several years, according to the Associated Press.
It looks like Shia LaBeouf isn’t the only movie star willing to expose himself in a recent music video. While Daniel Radcliffe remains fully clothed in the new video for ‘Beginners’ by Slow Club, the actor goes on a drunken, emotional rampage that alludes to his previous personal battle with alcohol abuse.
The Beastie Boys are still in mourning over the recent loss of beloved member Adam Yauch. However, according to producer Mario Caldato Jr. (also known as “Mario C”), the band has a rare collection of songs yet to be shared with the world.
It has only been a little more than a year since the Strokes made a comeback with their latest album ‘Angles,’ but they’re already hard at work on their next release. Their forthcoming record will stand as the band’s fifth studio album since their formation in 1998.
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