Peter Gabriel's 'In Your Eyes' paved the way for some serious drama on tonight's edition of 'The Voice' -- and it had nothing to do with a boom box held outside of an open window by a broken-hearted Lloyd Dobler. Instead, it was all about former ‘Mickey Mouse Club’ star Tony Lucca's performance of the stirring hit -- and fellow former 'Mouse Club' member/current 'Voice' coach Christina Aguilera's reaction to it that caused the scene.
When it comes singing, there's showing heart and there's showing Heart. Jordis Unga tried to do both when she turned in a hearty rendition of classic rockers' '80s power ballad 'Alone' Monday night on 'The Voice' -- and clearly won over some coaches in the process. But did she win over the hearts of the American fans watching the show at home?
When you make it this far long on 'The Voice,' it probably does feel like you are 'Living on a Prayer' each and every week, so Jermaine Paul's choice of the Bon Jovi classic seemed an appropriate one for Monday's episode, especially given the higher stakes of this being the first week of Live Shows. Yet Paul -- who unlike many of his fellow 'Voicer'-ers Alicia Keys -- is known for his smooth R&B stylings, so he may have been a little out of his element singing an '80s pop-rock staple. But don't tell him that.
Journey's tear-jerker hit 'Faithfully' was the focus of a fierce battle round on Monday's episode of 'The Voice,' when Tony Vincent and Justin Hopkins both took the stage for an emotional run-through of the tune that left coach Cee Lo Green with a difficult decision to make: Which singer would he send to the next round, and which would he send home?
'(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' got some unusual treatment on Monday's episode of 'The Voice' when Washington D.C. emcee Moses Stone faced off against Nashville country duo the Line with a dueling performance of the Rolling Stones classic. Mick Jagger obviously isn't a coach on the show, but if he was we'd be curious to get his reaction to the showdown.
Today check out news about Slash releasing a preview clip from his solo album, Joe Perry's plans to write a memoir and Bruce Springsteen's plans not to write one.
Plus, Foreigner's Mick Jones is recovering from surgery, Robert Plant has a new band and Pearl Jam's 'Jeremy' has been parodied by Jimmy Fallon.
Asking you to guess whose tattoo this is isn't exactly accurate, because it's just not one tatt we're singling out here -- it's pretty much an entire bicep, forearm and hand that's covered in ink. And even that massive sleeve is merely one piece in a larger puzzle of tattoos that cover this rock star's body like a giant inked canvas
It looks like Jimmy Fallon is the latest person to be showing symptoms of "Linsanity." Fallon mined Pearl Jam's back pages during Thursday night's 'Late Show' to bust out a song called 'Jeremy (Lin),' a tribute to the current New York Knick's basketball sensation Jeremy Lin set to the classic PJ tune from their 1991 debut album, 'Ten.'
Fellow musicians and fans are still mourning the loss of MC5 bassist Michael David, who passed away Friday (Feb. 17) after a lengthy battle with liver disease. Davis was a major force in the politically fierce and extremely influential protopunk band MC5, and fellow sonic revolutionaries are now speaking out about their former mate.