Alabama Shakes - Don't Wanna Fight (Live on SNL) Last night, Alabama Shakes rocked 30 Rock...
HearYa session alums tore SNL apart with two new tracks, “Don’t Wanna Fight” and “Gimme All Your Love,” off their upcoming album Sound & Color. It will be out on April 21st via ATO. To think it was just a mere three years since they graced the HearYa studios for a session. In case you [...]
We've known for two weeks now that not only was Dakota Johnson hosting, but that we'd have plenty of references to her starring role in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey. Johnson mentioned it during #SNL40, and all of the promos leaned on the source material's S&M/T&A. I cannot help but remember, however, […]
After a few weeks off the air to focus on the SNL 40th Anniversary Special (and subsequent hangover), Saturday Night Live returned to its proper night yesterday with host Dakota Johnson and musical guest Alabama Shakes. [ more › ]
This week's episode of Saturday Night Live with host Dakota Johnson and musical guest Alabama Shakes averaged a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating
Goosebumps, all around.
Roots rockers perform "Don't Wanna Fight" and "Gimme All Your Love".
“I’m not an actor, I’m a [movie/TV] star!” For all her Fifty Shades Of Grey currency, Dakota Johnson made her best impression yet as the co-lead of the undeservedly short-lived sitcom Ben And Kate, where her winsome charms as a capable...Show More Summary
Dakota Johnson is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, with musical guest Alabama Shakes, and the actress has proved she's game for poking fun at her hit, Fifty Shades of Grey. She appears with Taran Killam in her promos, addressing the viral interview with her mother, Melanie Griffith, from the Oscars red carpet. Show More Summary
Charles Mingus “Boogie Stop Shuffle” from Mingus Ah Um Alabama Shakes “Don’t Wanna Fight” from Sound & Color Robert Chaney “Black Eyed Susan” from Cracked Picture Frames Lone Bellow “Take My Love” from Then Came the Morning James McMurtry “Deaver’s...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Alabama Shakes, Kings of Leon, Black Joe Lewis Song: Broken Witt Rebels - Shake Me Down What's so good? People, people! Have I got news for you. Rock-n-roll isn't dead, not even close. Broken Witt Rebels hail from the UK (surprised?) and pack a slurry deep South sound that contends with the best of the best. Show More Summary
THE LAST SATURDAY OF SWEEPS!! Alabama Shakes On AUSTIN CITY LIMITS!! New SEXY BEASTS, TRUE SUPERNATURAL, BLACK SAILS & SEX SENT ME TO THE ER!! Herc’s Saturday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Both “Saturday Night Live” and “Austin City Limits” are celebrating their 40th seasons this year. Show More Summary
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Alabama roots rockers return to the 30 Rock stage.
Dakota Johnson will make her SNL hosting debut on Feb. 28. Johnson currently stars in the box office hit, “Fifty Shades Of Grey.”
Lose early, win late. It's the formula that worked for Alabama, Ohio State and Oregon to get into the first College Football Playoff and provides a blueprint for how things might shake out in 2015. Though the playoff selection committee...Show More Summary
On April 21, Alabama Shakes will release Sound & Color, the follow-up to their very… Read more articles like "Alabama Shakes Announce New Album, Share New Song" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Alabama Shakes Announce New Album, Share New Song appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
photo: Jason Isbell at Governors Ball 2014 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) Former Drive-By Trucker Jason Isbell just played Beacon Theatre with Damien Jurado over the weekend (anyone go?), and now he's expanded his tour. The new dates include two...
Alabama Shakes unveil a funkier version of their distinctive southern sound.