In a joint statement released earlier today by the Recording Academy and CBS, it was announced that the 2022 Grammys, scheduled for Monday, January 31, have been postponed due to the “uncertainty surrounding the Omicron variant.”
On this day, all the way back in 2017, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Charlie Puth released his hit single, “Attention,” that would set the stage for what music fans could expect from his criminally underrated sophomore album, Voicenotes.
Yeah, I said it. CRIMINALLY. UNDERRATED.
Charlie took to Twitter today to shout out the song that “changed his life.”
Cheers to “Attention” and its groovy-af bass line!
It’s a good week to be a Goo Goo Dolls fan! On Monday, the band announced that they’re releasing an extended play record, EP 21, this Friday. The pandemic project, produced by frontman John Rzeznik, will feature stripped down versions of four “fan-favorite” songs.
Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump posted a statement to Twitter to let fans know about the delay of the band’s seventh studio album, MANIA. Originally scheduled to be released on September 15, the album has now been delayed to January 19, 2018. Read the full statement from Stump below.
HOLLYWOOD, CA (June 29, 2017) – Director Jared Leto and Thirty Seconds to Mars announced an ambitious new project today called A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AMERICA, a filmed portrait of the country that will capture 24 hours in the life of the USA on Independence Day – 4th of July, 2017.