Every week, TicketForce brings you the latest news surrounding one of four industries: music, theatre, sports or racing. This week’s #musicwrap explores the world of Daft Punk and those crazy helmets that no one really understands.
Daft Punk is a popular EDM (electronic dance music) duo that is well known all over the world. Members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo became very popular for their remixes of songs like “Stronger” by Kanye West and “Touch It” by Busta Rhymes.
Ever since the 90s, this robotic team has been creating a universal image of themselves by wearing their signature robot helmets. The question that many have been asking is, “Why they are so connected to the helmets?” Today we are going to explain how Daft Punk’s helmets originated.
Every week, TicketForce brings you exciting news on one of four industries: sports, racing, music and theatre. This week’s #sportswrap features the long-awaited NHL playoffs.
Despite this year’s NHL season getting a slow start, the Stanley Cup playoffs are officially underway and this year’s matchups are more exhilarating than ever. Four games will take place tonight: Senators vs. Canadiens, Islanders vs. Penguins, Wild vs. Blackhawks and Sharks vs. Canucks.
Every Friday, TicketForce brings you a wrap-up of an important event in one of four industries: music, theatre, sports and racing. This week’s #musicwrap features the music industry’s new impact on the U.S. economy.
Currently, the combined sales of an artist’s concert tickets, downloaded songs and old-school CDs count toward the United State’s gross domestic product. One factor that does GDP does not account for is the talent itself that creates the music.
Do you remember the days when buying CDs was popular? It was always a special treat to take a trip to the music store and browse through CDs, picking your favorite ones to take home – even if you only liked one song from the whole album. When you got tired of a CD, you took it to a music store and sold it so that someone else could enjoy it.
Those days have passed with the rise of the digital age. Music fans can now easily purchase individual songs without the added clutter of plastic cases filling their cars – but what happens when you get tired of your music?
Every week, TicketForce brings you news on one of four industries: racing, sports, music and theatre. This week’s #racingwrap features the upcoming Malaysian Grand Prix that will take place this Sunday, March 24 in Sepang, Malaysia.
“It’s one of the most physically demanding races of the year — for both the drivers and their machinery — and the race will be tough for all competitors,” said Martin Whitmarsh, director of the McLaren Mercedes team.
Every week, TicketForce brings you trending news in one of four categories: music, theatre, sports and racing. This week’s #musicwrap features the Stone Temple Pilots decision to let go of lead singer Scott Weiland. Stone Temple Pilots is now left with bassist Robert DeLeo, guitarist Dean DeLeo and drummer Eric Kretz.
“I learned of my supposed ‘termination’ from Stone Temple Pilots this morning by reading about it in the press,” Weiland said in a statement on Wednesday. “Not sure how I can be ‘terminated’ from a band that I founded, fronted and co-wrote many of its biggest hits, but that’s something for the lawyers to figure out.”
Every Friday, TicketForce brings you a wrap-up of an important event in one of four industries: music, theatre, sports and racing. This week’s #musicwrap features the Super Bowl halftime performance.
This Sunday, millions of people will be tuning in to watch Super Bowl XLVII. As Beyoncé prepares, the pressure of her performance is not letting up. All eyes will be on her performance, especially with the lip-syncing controversy following her rendition of the national anthem during President Obama’s second inauguration.
Now that 2013 is in full swing, music fans from all over are anticipating this year’s upcoming music festivals. This week’s #musicwrap features an event that is way more than a just a music festival. South by Southwest (SXSW) is “something of an all-purpose pop culture destination” that includes not just music, but also technology, film and Q&A from industry leaders.
Every Friday, TicketForce brings you a wrap-up of an important event in one of four industries: music, theatre, sports and racing. This week’s #musicwrap features Eric Clapton’s 2013 Tour.
Starting in March of 2013, Clapton fans from around the country will have the opportunity to see him live in 15 different cities. The first destination of Clapton’s 2013 tour will be in Phoenix, AZ at the U.S. Airways Center on March 14, 2013. Tickets are on sale now and fans are already counting down to the big day.
Every week, TicketForce brings you a wrap-up of the latest news in one of the four industries: music, theatre, sports and racing. This week’s #musicwrap features the fight between Taylor Swift and Maroon 5 for the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
America’s favorite country sweetheart, Taylor Swift, recently released her eagerly awaited fourth album, “Red” on October 22. Within the first week, sales were already skyrocketing with 1.2 million copies sold, making her album the highest-grossing album release in over a decade.