While Madonna may be the face of pop as we know it, there was certainly a time when she was an unknown. But even before the "Like a Virgin" singer broke, she was still enough of a force that she was noticed by the Charlotte Observer in 1978.
Ariel Pink is the latest aritst to be featured on "American Psycho/Less Than Zero" author Bret Easton Ellis' podcast. The two talked everything from last year's release, 'pom pom,' to this beef with Madonna on the public wire.
Jonas Kaufmann, the world’s most famous tenor and maybe most eligible bachelor, has denied the dating rumors that have been swirling around him and Madonna.
Austin McCormick’s reimagined version of classic tale “The Nutcracker” is known for being a bit more naughty than nice. “Nutcracker Rouge” has had such a great run that is has been extended throughout January.
Rumors have been flying about a love connection between the world's most famous tenor, Jonas Kaufmann, and famous pop star Madonna. Sources claim that the musically inclined pair first met at a Christopher Makos exhibition in London and are now an item. The Queen of Pop is hoping that the two will be able to make an album together. Madonna, fresh off an extremely talked-about "Interview" magazine cover, has had a slew of lovers in the past. In the summer, she was rumored to be dating her 26-year-old dancer and choreographer Timor Steffens, but that quickly ended and has now set her sights on Kaufmann. But the recently separated Kaufmann seems to still be playing the field. Recently, he has been spotted with Christiane Lutz, an opera director who works at the Graz and Lubeck theaters.
Following his music video "Put Your Number in My Phone," Ariel Pink and his seven-person band of misfits have released their second visual installation for the forthcoming LP "pom pom." Pink and director Grant Singer reunite and bring you the collaboration music video for "Picture Me Gone," which he sang with the PS 22 chorus. But that's not all on the forefront for Pink. With an upcoming show at Los Angeles's Regent Theater Nov. 28, the mermaid musician kicks off a North American tour in San Francisco Feb. 7, ending at New York City's seminal Terminal 5 Feb. 25. For those living under a rock, Ariel Pink has been making some serious headway after an astounding performance at Brooklyn's Baby's All Right and righteous release of the single "Put Your Number in My Phone."
The alternate world the Ariel Pink reigns is somewhat unforgiving. However, Ariel has managed to keep himself a pop culture icon despite rants that resemble Glenn Beck, playing for children in NYC or simply talking about his favorite childhood hero (hint: it wasn't a hero by any standard).
Give the guy some love. Ariel Pink, while maybe not your daily dose of cliché pop, has carved a name for himself — and that means something. But according to Madonna and her camp, Pink is an unknown misogynist who will not be contributing to Madonna's upcoming record, of which he was asked to help write on. Perhaps Pink should have exercised more tact in this situation, saying that since Madonna's first LP, Ray of Light, her career has been on a "downward slide." While that could potentially be true, it is not good to slam the boss when they want you on a project. Songstress Grimes also weighed in.
The 'Mean Girls' star may appear in a London revival of David Mamet's 'Speed-the-Plow' this fall.
Part I: 6. "Madonna"
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