Ever wonder what crosses someone’s mind when they say music is their life? It’s hard to understand why someone devotes their life to music but if you got to know them; it sometimes does make sense. It’s because music is the one thing that is always there for them whenever they need it because people are not going to stand there waiting for you. Sometimes, being alone and listening to music is what makes that individual happy; you get your own little bubble, where you can let go and not overthink anything. Music is a person’s safety net, it is what makes someone happy and drowns out the things holding them back in life. You’d be surprised knowing that some people cannot go a day without listening to music. I personally am one, music has been in my life since I was a youngster. No matter what I’m doing or where I go, I’m always ready to have some type of music in the background to get me through the day.
Pull out your band t-shirts and get ready to smear your liner back on! My Chemical Romance has put out their next teaser!
During the 90s, I was a shy little girl living with her grandparents in Mississippi. Because they grew up in the 50s and 60s, I was introduced to the music from their generation at an early age. While other girls in my class was listening to the boy bands that were coming out at that time. I was gifted tapes of Elvis and Buddy Holly. I daydreamed of living during that time which seemed so much more care-free with poodle skirts, sock hops, and milkshakes.
Yes, Jimi Hendrix lost the original studio mixtape that was going to be used for one of his albums. The album was the second one that he recorded in London with his band The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Hendrix lost the tape inside a cab after a long day of work at the studio. Fortunately for the band, it was only the first side of the album, but it was lost.
After the dizzying success of 2018’s Bohemian Rhapsody, there seems to be a buzz in Hollywood about the biographical music film. Elton John’s biopic treatment Rocketman just opened in theatres in May, Mötley Crüe’s gritty romp The Dirt roared to the top of the Netflix charts in March, and word is already out about a David Bowie movie in the works called Stardust. Perhaps Bohemian Rhapsody was the catalyst for the new trend in Hollywood to replace the tired superhero film movement of the last decade. Regardless of whether that’s true or not, the music biopic isn’t necessarily anything new. Films like 1991’s The Doors, all the way to 2015’s Straight Outta Compton have proven to be box office busts and booms over the years. Despite that it’s not a cutting-edge genre, there’s still so much excitement to imagine all the great artists that could get the silver screen treatment in the future. While there are many legendary artists with huge legacies, like Elvis Presley and The Beatles, there are some artists whose stories possess such unique elements that make for a dangerously compelling narrative. So, without further boring lecture from me, here are 10 artists whose music biopics would be incredible to see on the big screen.
Andy Keir of the Katonah band - The Disappointments - has always had an interest in the bass guitar. That doesn't mean in the pursuit of that interest he ever owned one or any other musical instrument. So about six years ago, he traded in the air guitar strings on his tennis racquet for an actual bass. Its calling, though, still did not arrive until several of his Mahopac High School buddies found themselves faced with the disappointment of midlife and started a band. "They had two guitars, a singer and they needed a bass," Keir said. So his friends told him he had to learn to play the thing, and today 40 (or 45), never sounded so good.
It’s not often a band has staying power for over 40 years. It’s even rarer for them to maintain roots in the area they started. Cheap Trick is one of those unusual groups that remains faithful to its history.
The Earnest Spears is a new wave, punk Indie band, made up of four young and very talented members;
Disclaimer: This list is for entertainment purposes and with it I do not intend to bash on any members' beauty or talent. This list is just my opinion and an opinion is not a fact. Beauty is seen differently according to the country or culture and it is subjective. We each have a different opinion on what we consider beautiful. Hyorin's beauty especially stands out for me; she fit Sistar's concept very well.
All those people on the internet talk about it. Every day. Regardless of if you were a fan of One Direction or not, you can find posts about them everywhere. The Jonas Brothers reunion only made the talk about it so much worse.
Disclaimer: This list is for entertainment purposes only. With this list I do not intend to bash any member. This list is just my opinion and opinions are not facts. Beauty is something that we all see differently and it depends on the culture and country. In this list I tried to to include all their music videos since debut to their latest comeback. Also keep in mind that, although there is a visual in each group, depending on the concept, make up, and outfits, a member can stand out more than the rest of the members.