Did You Hear?
:: Noisey wanted to investigate the make-up of One Direction‘s fans, so they sent a correspondent to speak with Directioners outside a 1D show. What ensued was
a measured response a gaggle of rabidly passionate young girls proclaiming the group is bigger than The Beatles, and one British girl comparing Gandhi to Zayn Malik. [AOL Music]
:: Way back in 2009, No Doubt worked with Activision for the video game Band Hero, but Gwen Stefani and Co. were pretty unhappy with the result, claiming the game transformed them “into a virtual karaoke circus act.” What followed was a lawsuit and a countersuit, but finally the ska lovers have settled their beef with the video game company. [LA Times]
:: Fifteen acts were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s class of 2013, including Donna Summer, Heart, Randy Newman, N.W.A. and Public Enemy. It was the first year of eligibility for the latter two acts. [The Hollywood Reporter]
:: Another Deadmau5 interview, another shot at Madonna. Well, her fans, anyway. The EDM wiz said of his media spat with Madge, “it became an exercise in futility dealing with her fans. There’s no such thing as winning against 10 million idiots.” [Spin]
After the jump, find out which music acts you can find on the tube today.
Music on TV:
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — The Wallflowers
:: Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — The Hives
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — The Killers (repeat)