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Music from TVD- Graduation



Music from the season finale of The Vampire Diaries: Graduation (4×23)


Belong- Cary Brothers

Damon confesses he’s a bad choice for Elena, and she admits that she loves him.

When I Was Younger- Liz Lawrence

This song is featured when Bonnie puts the veil down, Alaric and Lexi disappear to the other side.

In The Stream- S. Carey

Bonnie says goodbye to Jeremy and leaves with Grams, Rebekah and Matt decide to go on a Euro trip.


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Sophia Bush, Ed Westwick, Claire Holt Party at Lollapalooza



Lollapalooza officially kicked off August in Chicago. Over 300,000 people made their way to Grant Park for 3-days of music and good food. Headliners included Eminem, Outkast and Skrillex. Lollapalooza, like Coachella, is also a great place to spot some of your favorite celebrities. Sophia Bush, Ed Westwick and Claire Holt all took time out of their busy schedules to kick back and listen to some jams. 

A new bromance was on the horizon during lolla weekend between Gossip Girls Chuck Bass, er Ed Westwick, and Glee’s Mark Salling. The bro’s spent the weekend in the Windy City at the music festival, grabbing lunch at Giuliana Rancic’s restaurant RPM Italian and Bub City and attending an official Lolla after party at Studio Paris.

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Photo: Mark Salling Twitter

The Originals Claire Holt also made her way to Studio Paris for the Calvin Harris after party on Saturday, after sharing a picture in front of the Buckingham Fountain and jamming out to artists Iggy Azeala and Rudimental. 



Photo Credit: Claire Holt Instagram

Meanwhile, Chicago PD”s Sophia Bush traded in her guns for combat boots and a Van Halen tee. She spent much of her festival with Connie Britton and even shared a picture from backstage during the Cage the Elephant performance. 

Did you attend Lolla? Spot any other celebs? Unfortunately, the only celeb I walked into was Malia Obama and no, I didn’t get a picture cause that undercover secret service was quite terrifying. 





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Ezria Music Video- Last Love Song



This is probably the best Ezria video I’ve ever scene!!! This is the last love song they’ll ever write for each other as Ezra’s life hangs by a thread. Will he live? Will he die? And even if he does live, will can they go back to the way things were after his betrayal??? When season 5 rolls around, we’ll hopefully get some answers, but until than, this video is such a nice recap of their relationship thus far. Go team Ezria!!!

 Featured Photo: ABC Family/ Pretty Little Liars

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The 56th Grammy Awards



The 56th annual Grammy Awards were by far the most entertaining ones to date. It was a celebration of all music from all era’s marrying the old with the new, fusing together genre’s into one incredible experience.  It was epic. It’s what The Grammys stand for; what they always should be.

Beyonce’s opening performance exuded sexual energy. It was fierce. It was Queen B and the cherry on top was King Jay. Love was exchanged on stage between the couple as they bathed in their success and glory grinding out to Drunk in Love. They are the definition of power couple. Oh, and they also showed us how they surfboart. It was raw and wet. (I’m referring to B’s hair.) The fact that Jay isn’t one bit jealous of B on stage working it like that is a clear indication, she’s all his. We’re just lucky that she occasionally graces our world.


The goth theme was really popular this year. While that might just be her personality, Lorde’s performance was super weird and heavily criticized afterwords for possibly lip-synching. Can’t deny girls got talent; she took home a couple of awards at the mere age of 17, but the whole spazzing, twitching while you sing, black finger tips was a different level of creepy. Katy Perry on the other hand ventured deep into her soul to pull out the whimsical, goth witch, straying from her usual colorful and bubbly persona. She summoned a dark horse and even broom danced. Yes, on a broom.

Robin Thicke opted to keep it classy, trading in Miley’s raunchy addition to his Blurred Lines single, for some jazz from the Chicago Medley. It wasn’t as memorable, but it felt genuine. Pinks performance was as always predictable, but nonetheless jaw dropping. Really anytime a girl can pirouette, split, and do all sorts of fancy acrobatic work dangling on some material thousands of feet above a full stadium and sing live while doing it, I’m impressed. Plus, that collab with Nate Reuss. Those pipes. Wicked. Oh, and she picked up a dude and didn’t even miss a beat.
The most surprising performance had to be Imagine Dragons ft. Kendrick Lamar. Words can’t describe how strong this pairing was. That Radioactive chorus got the whole crowd to their feet as energy pulsed through their bodies. Even King Jay and Queen B got up!  It was powerful but not overpowering, showing that despite the labeling of genres, when music was good, a label wasn’t necessary.

The marrying of the oldies with the newbies was also done tastefully. Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney joined forces rocking it like it was 1964. Even though there’s only two original Beatles left, the presence of John Lennon and George Harrison will always be felt.  Yes, Stevie Wonder really did sing Get Lucky, with Pharell, his hat and the robots of Daft Punk. It was a total live jam-session.

Willie Nelson countrified the awards joining Blake Shelton, Kris Kristofferson and Merle Haggard for a special ode to country music, and marijuana…They finished off with a spirited rendition of Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow up to Be Cowboys’. Metallica and pianist Lang Lang became ‘One’ on the stage last night. This was Metallica’s first performance at the Grammy’s in over 20-years. Additionally, Miranda Lambert joined Billy Joel Armstrong in a tribute to the Everly Brothers. This show was about odd pairings that really are able to make it work.

So its no surprise that a tribute, or should I say wedding, led by Queen Latifah took place. Serenaded by Macklemore’s (who took home A LOT of Grammy’s and sparked some controversy that he won so many hip hop awards)  Same Love, Latifah married 33 straight, lesbian, gay and transgender couples on live T.V. Madonna graced the stage in a white suit and cowboy hat, and serenaded the newlyweds with ‘Open Your Heart To Me’ as Katy Perry caught the bouquet and Keith Urban wiped away some tears. Truthfully, I don’t think there was a dry eye in the audience. This public display of affection comes during a time where marriage equality is a hot topic, and countries like Russia are turning against same-sex marriage and posing threats for the upcoming Olympics. I’m not sure the performance was really necessary in the middle of my Grammy’s.  I’m not much of a PDA person and I didn’t think this was a romantic moment to commit to a lifetime to someone else. Weddings are meant to be special, not public. Either way, it was a proud moment for America!

Aside from the numerous amazing performances, there were also awards given out. Check out the full list below. Congratulations to all the winners. And to the losers! Namely you Ms. Swift. You never fail to become an internet sensation after an awards show. This year it was for her excitement that she had one for the best album of the year, only to be disappointed that it was Daft Punk. (RRRR) What…. You mean I didn’t win. No Taylor, you didn’t. But your performance was full of teen angst and emotion, proving that once again, singing about a breakup is good therapy. Sometime’s it can also give you whiplash. I whip my hair back and forth!!!  Anyways, the full list of winners here!!!

1. Album of the Year: “Random Access Memories,” Daft Punk
2. Record of the Year: “Get Lucky,” Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers
3. Song of the Year: “Royals,” Joel Little & Ella Yelich O’Connor, songwriters (Lorde)
4. Best New Artist: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
5. Best Pop Solo Performance: “Royals,” Lorde
6. Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Get Lucky,” Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers
7. Best Pop Instrumental Album: “Steppin’ Out,” Herb Alpert
8. Best Pop Vocal Album: “Unorthodox Jukebox,” Bruno Mars
9. Best Dance Recording: “Clarity,” Zedd Featuring Foxes
10. Best Dance/Electronica Album: “Random Access Memories,” Daft Punk
11. Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “To Be Loved,” Michael Buble
12. Best Rock Performance: “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons
13. Best Metal Performance: “God Is Dead?” Black Sabbath
14. Best Rock Song: “Cut Me Some Slack,” Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic & Pat Smear, songwriters (Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear)
15. Best Rock Album: “Celebration Day,” Led Zeppelin
16. Best Alternative Music Album: “Modern Vampires Of The City,” Vampire Weekend
17. Best R&B Performance: “Something,” Snarky Puppy With Lalah Hathaway
18. Best Traditional R&B Performance: “Please Come Home,” Gary Clark Jr.
19. Best R&B Song: “Pusher Love Girl,” James Fauntleroy, Jerome Harmon, Timothy Mosley & Justin Timberlake, songwriters (Justin Timberlake)
20. Best Urban Contemporary Album: “Unapologetic,” Rihanna
21. Best R&B Album: “Girl On Fire,” Alicia Keys
22. Best Rap Performance: “Thrift Shop,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz
23. Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: “Holy Grail,” Jay Z feat. Justin Timberlake
24. Best Rap Song: “Thrift Shop,” Ben Haggerty & Ryan Lewis, songwriters (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz)
25. Best Rap Album: “The Heist,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
26. Best Country Solo Performance: “Wagon Wheel,” Darius Rucker
27. Best Country Duo/Group Performance: “From This Valley,” The Civil Wars
28. Best Country Song: “Merry Go ‘Round,” Shane McAnally, Kacey Musgraves & Josh Osborne, songwriters (Kacey Musgraves)
29. Best Country Album: “Same Trailer Different Park,” Kacey Musgraves
30. Best New Age Album: “Love’s River,” Laura Sullivan
31. Best Improvised Jazz Solo: “Orbits,” Wayne Shorter, soloist
32. Best Jazz Vocal Album: “Liquid Spirit,” Gregory Porter
33. Best Jazz Instrumental Album: “Money Jungle: Provocative In Blue,” Terri Lyne Carrington
34. Best Large Jazz Ensemble: “Night In Calisia,” Randy Brecker, Włodek Pawlik Trio & Kalisz Philharmonic
35. Best Latin Jazz Album: “Song For Maura,” Paquito D’Rivera And Trio Corrente
36. Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance: “Break Every Chain [Live],” Tasha Cobbs
37. Best Gospel Song: “If He Did It Before… Same God [Live],” Tye Tribbett, songwriter (Tye Tribbett)
38. Best Contemporary Christian Music Song: “Overcomer,” David Garcia, Ben Glover & Christopher Stevens, songwriters (Mandisa)
39. Best Gospel Album: “Greater Than [Live],” Tye Tribbett
40. Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: “Overcomer,” Mandisa
41. Best Latin Pop Album: “Vida,” Draco Rosa
42. Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album: “Treinta Días,” La Santa Cecilia
43. Best Regional Mexican Music Album: “A Mi Manera,” Mariachi Divas De Cindy Shea
44. Best Tropical Latin Album: “Pacific Mambo Orchestra,” Pacific Mambo Orchestra
45. Best American Roots Song: “Love Has Come For You,” Edie Brickell & Steve Martin, songwriters (Steve Martin & Edie Brickell)
46. Best Americana Album: “Old Yellow Moon,” Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell
47. Best Bluegrass Album: “The Streets Of Baltimore,” Del McCoury Band
48. Best Blues Album: “Get Up!” Ben Harper With Charlie Musselwhite
49. Best Folk Album: “My Favorite Picture Of You,” Guy Clark
50. Best Regional Roots Music Album: “Dockside Sessions,” Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience
51. Best Reggae Album: “Ziggy Marley In Concert,” Ziggy Marley
52. Best World Music Album: (TIE) “Savor Flamenco,” Gipsy Kings / “Live: Singing For Peace Around The World,” Ladysmith Black Mambazo
53. Best Children’s Album: “Throw A Penny In The Wishing Well,” Jennifer Gasoi
54. Best Spoken-Word Album: “America Again: Re-becoming The Greatness We Never Weren’t,” Stephen Colbert
55. Best Comedy Album: “Calm Down Gurrl,” Kathy Griffin
56. Best Musical Theater Album: “Kinky Boots”
57. Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media: “Sound City: Real To Reel,” Butch Vig, compilation producer
58. Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media: “Skyfall,” Thomas Newman, composer
59. Best Song Written For Visual Media: “Skyfall,” Adele Adkins & Paul Epworth, songwriters (Adele)
60. Best Instrumental Composition: “Pensamientos For Solo Alto Saxophone And Chamber Orchestra,” Clare Fischer, composer (The Clare Fischer Orchestra)
61. Best Instrumental Arrangement: “On Green Dolphin Street,” Gordon Goodwin, arranger (Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band)
62. Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): “Swing Low,” Gil Goldstein, arranger (Bobby McFerrin & Esperanza Spalding)
63. Best Recording Package: “Long Night Moon,” Sarah Dodds & Shauna Dodds, art directors (Reckless Kelly)
64. Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: “Wings Over America (Deluxe Edition),” Simon Earith & James Musgrave, art directors (Paul McCartney And Wings)
65. Best Album Notes: “Afro Blue Impressions (Remastered & Expanded),” Neil Tesser, album notes writer (John Coltrane)
66. Best Historical Album: (TIE) “Charlie Is My Darling – Ireland 1965,” “The Complete Sussex And Columbia Albums”
67. Best Engineered Album: “Random Access Memories,” Peter Franco, Mick Guzauski, Florian Lagatta & Daniel Lerner, engineers; Antoine “Chab” Chabert, Bob Ludwig, mastering engineers (Daft Punk)
68. Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Pharrell
69. Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: “Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix),” Cedric Gervais, remixer (Lana Del Rey)
70. Best Surround Sound Album: “Live Kisses,” Al Schmitt, surround mix engineer; Tommy LiPuma, surround producer (Paul McCartney)
71. Best Engineered Album, Classical: “Winter Morning Walks,” David Frost, Brian Losch & Tim Martyn, engineers; Tim Martyn, mastering engineer (Dawn Upshaw, Maria Schneider, Australian Chamber Orchestra & St. Paul Chamber Orchestra)
72. Producer of the Year, Classical: David Frost
73. Best Orchestral Performance: “Sibelius: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 4,” Osmo Vänskä, conductor (MinnesotaOrchestra)
74. Best Opera Recording: “Adès: The Tempest,” Thomas Adès, conductor; Simon Keenlyside, Isabel Leonard, Audrey Luna & Alan Oke; Jay David Saks, producer (The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; The Metropolitan Opera Chorus)
75. Best Choral Performance: “Pärt: Adam’s Lament,” Tõnu Kaljuste, conductor (Tui Hirv & Rainer Vilu; Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Sinfonietta Riga & Tallinn Chamber Orchestra; Latvian Radio Choir & Vox Clamantis)
76. Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance: “Roomful Of Teeth,” Brad Wells & Roomful Of Teeth
77. Best Classical Instrumental Solo: “Corigliano: Conjurer – Concerto For Percussionist & String Orchestra,” Evelyn Glennie; David Alan Miller, conductor (Albany Symphony)
78. Best Classical Vocal Solo: “Winter Morning Walks,” Dawn Upshaw (Maria Schneider; Jay Anderson, Frank Kimbrough & Scott Robinson; Australian Chamber Orchestra & St. Paul Chamber Orchestra)
79. Best Classical Compendium: “Hindemith: Violinkonzert; Symphonic Metamorphosis; Konzertmusik,” Christoph Eschenbach, conductor
80. Best Contemporary Classical Composition: “Schneider, Maria: Winter Morning Walks,” Maria Schneider, composer (Dawn Upshaw, Jay Anderson, Frank Kimbrough, Scott Robinson & Australian Chamber Orchestra)
81. Best Music Video: “Suit & Tie,” Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay Z
82. Best Music Film: “Live Kisses,” Paul McCartney




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