It can’t be easy being Courtney Love‘s attorney. Her former lawyers, Keith A. Fink & Associates, are suing the troubled singer, claiming she stiffed them on more than $466,029.41 for work they performed for her in 2009.
It seems everybody wants a piece of the Black Keys‘ music these days. The rockers aren’t above licensing their songs for use in commercials, but they claim in a new lawsuit that two large companies – Pizza Hut and Home Depot – borrowed their music without compensating them.
It’s a girl! Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill and his wife, model Lily Aldridge, are parents for the first time. Us Weekly reports that Aldridge gave birth to a baby girl at Vanderbilt University & Medical Center in Nashville on Thursday morning.
Video game commercials look a lot like movie trailers these days, with quick cuts between realistic-looking scenes that tell a story. The action-packed ‘Max Payne 3′ promo features the music of a Los Angeles indie band.
An Irish family frustrated by the lack of attention given to the disappearance of their teenage daughter four years ago is turning to the one person they believe can give their tragedy the amount of publicity it needs: U2 frontman Bono.
The unreleased second music video for the Black Keys‘ ‘Gold on the Ceiling’ has finally surfaced. Directed by oddball filmmaker Harmony Korine, the unconventional clip features the duo dressed in baby onesies, carried around by their much larger doppelgangers.
Wayne Coyne and the Flaming Lips are filming a video for their remake of ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,’ featuring R&B star Erykah Badu. Coyne has been tweeting pics from the shoot, many of which show a nude Badu alternately covered in glitter and a red paint that looks like blood.
Beck is set to release a country music-flavored single called ‘I Just Started Hating Some People Today,’ his first song for Jack White‘s Third Man Records. The new song arrives on May 28 via the Third Man website and retailers across the country.
Jack White is having a lot of fun with this whole Guinness Book of World Records chase. After Guinness stopped recognizing his one-note concert with the White Stripes as the shortest concert in history, White claimed he was going for a new record: most metaphors in one concert. But that effort ended in disqualification when White “trivialized a metaphor by saying it too quickly.”
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