city Pittsburgh: Last News

+5

Top College Football Star Jordan Addison Transfers To USC In Major Test Of New NCAA NIL Rule

The new NCAA Name, Image, Likeness rule (NIL) that allows college athletes to monetize themselves could be at a crossroads. Top college receiver Jordan Addison is transferring from Pittsburgh to the University of Southen California amid rumors of massive booster blandishments.
deadline.com

Related News

dailystar.co.uk
87%
411
Simon Cowell thinks all singers are 'doing same thing' as he looks for ones he likes
Simon Cowell thinks that all singers in 2022 are doing the same thing, so has decided to look for music acts he likes rather than "successful" ones on Britain’s Got Talent.The music mogul downsized his record label Syco earlier this year so he can focus on his TV work as well as spending more time with familyTaking a step away from spotting the next big chart topper, he has said that he now votes for singers that he would choose to listen to.In an interview with The Sun, he explained how he judges singers differently now.He said: "I think in the same way as you buy an album or a track, you like what you like."Simon explained how he finds it interesting how there are "so many outlets for singers" today, noting that social media platforms are at the forefront.He then added: "Weirdly there aren’t a lot of new artists breaking out at the moment."The music mogul thinks that everybody is "doing the same thing" at the moment, which is why there aren't many new artists breaking out.He explained that he tried to encourage people to do different things, before adding that this is why he tries to advise people on Britain's Got Talent to sing unique songs rather than ones he's heard "a million times before".He then told the paper: "Britain’s Got Talent is an amazing platform for singers, you get it right, choose the right song and boy it can change your life overnight."We saw that with Susan Boyle and people like Calum Scott."This comes after the ITV talent show faced fix claims when Pittsburgh-born, New York-based Loren Allred auditioned on the first episode of the new series.The 31-year-old American singer had already had a successful musical career and sung Never Enough in box-office smash-hit movie The Greatest Showman.For more
nme.com
81%
367
Watch Maynard James Keenan try to play Jenga during a Tool show
Maynard James Keenan has shared a humorous new clip of himself trying to play Jenga behind Tool drummer Danny Carey during one of the band’s recent shows.The band are currently on the North American leg of their world tour, which kicked off last month and is set to visit the UK and Ireland in May.In a clip that was shared over the weekend on Keenan’s personal Instagram page, the frontman is seen crouching down behind Carey’s drum kit during one show in an effort to play a game of Jenga.However, Keenan’s Jenga game is ruined after Carey smashes his giant gong at the back of his drum set, causing the frontman to jokingly yell: “What the fuck! What’s wrong with you?!”A post shared by MJ Keenan (@iamthebriefcase)You can watch a clip of the moment, which Keenan captioned “Danny, you son of a bitch! Tryn ta [sic] Jenga back here, ffs”, in the above post.Tool’s tour continues in Pittsburgh tomorrow (March 1). You can see the dates of their UK and European tour below, and find any remaining tickets here.April23 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark25 – Spektrum, Oslo, Norway26 – Avicii Arena, Stockholm, Sweden28 – Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany29 – Festhalle, Frankfurt, GermanyMay2 – AO Arena, Manchester4 – Resorts World Arena, Birmingham6 – 3Arena, Dublin9 – The O2, London10 – The O2, London12 – AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France13 – Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium15 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany17 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany19 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands21 – Tauron Arena, Kraków, Poland23 – O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic24 – SportAréna, Budapest, Hungary Tool announced yesterday (February 27) that the vinyl version of their 2019 album ‘Fear Inoculum’ will be released in April.
nme.com
38%
704
Watch Beach House perform ‘Once Twice Melody’ songs live for the first time
Beach House kicked off their US tour in Pittsburgh last night (February 18), and they gave live debuts to a number of tracks from new LP ‘Once Twice Melody’.The Baltimore duo – comprised of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally – released the follow-up to 2018’s ‘7’ in four separate parts, with the final instalment arriving yesterday.Beach House’s show at Pittsburgh’s Stage AE saw them give multiple songs from the album –  ‘Pink Funeral’, ‘Superstar’, ‘Masquerade’, ‘New Romance’ and the title track – their live debut.You can check out some clips from the show below:‘Once Twice Melody’ (Live debut)‘Silver Soul’‘Dark Spring’‘PPP’‘Pink Funeral’ (Live debut)‘Lazuli’‘Beyond Love’‘Superstar’ (Live debut)‘Bluebird’‘Masquerade’ (Live debut)‘Myth’‘Drunk In LA’‘Take Care’‘New Romance’ (Live debut)‘Somewhere Tonight’‘Girl Of The Year’‘Space Song’‘Lemon Glow’Beach House will kick off a UK and European tour in May; the stint includes a headline performance at the O2 Academy Brixton in London – remaining tickets can he found here.The full schedule is as follows:MAY 202121 – The National Stadium, Dublin23 – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow24 – Manchester Academy, Manchester26 – O2 Academy Brixton, London28 – De Roma, Antwerp30 – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels31 – L’Olympia, ParisJUNE 20212 – Paloma, Nimes4 – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona7 – Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne8 – Columbiahalle, Berlin9 – Falkoner Centre, CopenhagenSpeaking in a recent interview with NME, Beach House singer Victoria Legrand described ‘Once Twice Melody’ as “the most all-consuming album that we’ve ever worked on”.“We became so fully submerged in this universe,” she explained.
DMCA