For MTD Radio this is Eugenius with the Ski Apache Ski Report for Wednesday December 04.
Stevie Nicks' movie In Your Dreams, which documents the creation of her album of the same name, is out on DVD this week. More than just your standard "making-of" film, In Your Dreams captures the surreal atmosphere at Stevie's L.A. mansion, where she, her producer Dave Stewart and various friends and associates lived and worked while recording. The idea, says Nicks, was to give fans a truly immersive experience.
A series of concerts paying tribute to Gene Clark, and celebrating a new documentary about late Byrds singer/songwriter, will be held in four East Coast cities next month.
More trouble for Bob Dylan in connection with the allegedly racist remark he made to Rolling Stone last year in regards to Croatians. He has been charged in France with incitement to racial hatred, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Bret Michaels will guest star in an upcoming episode of the NBC drama Revolution. He will play a "post-apocalyptic version of himself," according to a network announcement.
Ringo Starr will be the special guest on the latest episode of Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart's online variety show, The Ringmaster, which premieres Wednesday at BiteSizeTV.com. The former Beatles drummer will chat candidly about various topics with Stewart, who collaborated with Starr on his last two studio albums, Y Not and Ringo 2012.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Tyrese Gibson continues to turn to social media to express his grief over the death of his Fast and the Furious series co-star, Paul Walker.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Ben Stiller placed his hands and feet into cement in front of Hollywood's famous TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday.
(LONDON) -- Adam Levine might be People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive,” but folks in Britain apparently believe one of their own native sons, Man of Steel star Henry Cavill, deserves the title.
(NEW YORK) -- In what has been called an "unfortunate coincidence," Monday night's episode of Wheel of Fortune featured a puzzle whose answer was "The Fast and the Furious." The episode aired just two days after The Fast and the Furious star Paul Walker died in a car crash.