Every Monday, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Miami's airwaves -- historically reserved for the musical accompaniment to bumpin', shakin', grindin', twerkin', tweakin', and getting stuck in traffic on the 836 -- are regularly seized by sounds and scores typically reserved for marines fighting aliens, plumber ... More >>
It's a sad state of affairs when Rihanna and Chris Brown are sucking face and playing grab ass inside New York City's Griffin nightclub. TMZ reports that Breezy and RiRi spent the better part of Monday night and early Tuesday morning "all over each other." The former couple was allegedly spotted ... More >>
See also "Vince Neil Falls at His Vegas Strip Club: An Extremely Detailed Breakdown." Can you think of anything less arousing than Girls, Girls, Girls, a Vegas strip club where Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil runs around like a horny lil' piggy smearing his fake tan all over the highly plastici ... More >>
Vince Neil performing at his new Vegas strip club and singing Mötley Crüe songs about hot slutty babes sounds like the most greasy, redundant spectacle since The Gathering of the Juggalos. Nevertheless, this past weekend, Mr. Neil indeed launched a Sin City adult entertainment complex that follows ... More >>
Jim Marshall, the English inventor of the famed Marshall amplifier favored by guitar-oriented rock artists, also known and the "Father of Loud", died yesterday in his Buckinghamshire home. He was 88.Marshall started developing his amplifiers in 1960, answering the call from customers such as Pete To ... More >>
In 2009, a teenaged Chris Brown was arrested for beating the crap out of his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. It was an ugly scene and everyone will always remember him as one of the most famous wife-beaters of all time. Certainly, though, Brown is not the only male musician with anger management pr ... More >>
Where will you be this evening at approximately 8:15 p.m.? Well, if you've got a ticket (and even if you don't), make plans to go stand at the foot of Ultra Music Festival's Live Stage. It's definitely where you'll find Crossfade, because synth-y Norwegian duo Röyksopp will be prepping its set ... More >>
Are you really gonna bet on Guetta?Go ahead and call us degenerate gamblers. But we here at Crossfade are hardly alone in the belief that life is infinitely less boring when you're betting on it. Whether the action is competitive vodka-guzzling, the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, or the arriv ... More >>
Famous Arkansas groupie Sweet Connie Hamzy.The Grand Funk Railroad song "We're an American Band" opens with the lines: "Out on the road for forty days/Last night in Little Rock, put me in a haze/Sweet, sweet Connie was doin' her act/She had the whole show and that's a natural fact." A still-acti ... More >>
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.Did you really think Lindsay Lohan was going to do any hard time for breaking probation yet again? There's better chances of her staring in Freaky Friday II. Sadly, her short-lived incarceration will just hasten what seems more and more likely to be h ... More >>
via myspace.com/losangelesgunsIn the early '80s, the guys of L.A. Guns were proudly members of the dirtier subset of Sunset Strip denizens. Acts like Poison tarted themselves up in blush and aimed for pop crossover from the beginning, but the Guns and their fellow sleaze-rockers were almost more ... More >>
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