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  • 2009
    • Etta James Whoops Beyonce's Ass
      2/7/09
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      R&B and soul diva Etta James went off on Beyonce and President Obama this week, apparently upset that the youthful Beyonce sang Etta's song "At Last" during the inauguration festivities while the Obamas danced. Who would you put your money on?
    • What Gay Sports Music Videos Did We Miss?
      The Chicago Bears brought us the Super Bowl Shuffle. The Seahawks got steamy in "Locker Room Rock." The 49ers don leopard print fur in "Team of the 80's." And the L.A. Rams, well...rammed it in "Ram It." There's got to be more out there. Let us know what we missed.
    • Funniest NFL Rap Videos
      1/27/09
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      In 1985, the Chicago Bears released the Superbowl Shuffle. The song was a hit, raised tons of money for charity, and even got a Grammy nomination. But most importantly, it spawned a new genre--NFL rap. Plenty of other teams tried to replicate the Bears' musical success, but most of them came up short and looked, well, really, really gay. Twenty years later, they seem even more ridiculous, which of course only makes the videos even more popular. Leading up to this year's Superbowl, Douglas Caballero and the Daily Fix count down the Top 3 Most Homoerotic Videos of NFL Teams Singing and Dancing. The Daily Fix is the first music blog on TV and airs on Current TV six times daily, at 9:31am, 1:31pm, 5:31pm, 8:31pm, 12:31am, and 4:31am Eastern Time. The 2-minute daily music news show delivers cutting-edge information and insightful opinion in compelling short doses, utilizing MP3s and user-generated video from across the web. Watch more at current.com/dailyfix.moreless
    • Amy Winehouse Contributes to Minors
      Douglas Caballero and the Daily Fix present music news from around the web and current.com. This week, music's biggest stars ushered in the Obama inauguration, Amy Winehouse makes her strangest move yet, Lily Allen gets her own video game, and T.I. gets a reality show -- just before he goes to jail. Plus what's 50 Cent worth in Zimbabwe? Is Joaquin Phoenix rising again as a rapper? And who would pay $15,000 to see Madonna naked when you can get that shit for free on the internet? The Daily Fix is the first music blog on TV and airs on Current TV six times daily, at 9:31am, 1:31pm, 5:31pm, 8:31pm, 12:31am, and 4:31am Eastern Time. The 2-minute daily music news show delivers cutting-edge information and insightful opinion in compelling short doses, utilizing MP3s and user-generated video from across the web. Watch more at current.com/dailyfix.moreless
    • Sunday Inauguration Music Guide
      1/18/09
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      Douglas Caballero and the Daily Fix present your ultimate guide to the Obama administration's first festival. America's party for Obama kicks off this afternoon on the steps of the Lincoln memorial with a huge HBO concert headlined by the Boss, who will be joined by Beyonce, Bono, Mary J. Blige, John Legend, Sheryl Crow and more. Plus the Declare Yourself inauguration party will feature Maroon 5 and a DJ set by Samantha Ronson, and Moby will be spinning at 9:30 Club. The Daily Fix is the first music blog on TV airing on Current TV. The 2-minute daily music news show delivers cutting edge music news and insightful opinion in compelling short doses, utilizing MP3's and user-generated video from all over the web. Hosted by Douglas Caballero, the show airs daily at 9:31am, 1:31pm, 5:31pm, 8:31pm, 12:31am, 4:31am Eastern Time and can be found online at current.com/dailyfix.moreless
    • David Bowie Causes The Credit Crunch
      At least a few folks in the music world aren't prepping to play Obama's inauguration. Virgin kills their brick and mortar flagship, a British tabloid claims David Bowie laid the path for the credit crisis, and the Italians accuse Prince of theft. Plus, Kanye loves to leak, Morrissey makes his fans cry (again) and Lil Kim's got a beef with Biggie's movie. And we've got this week's pick for the best free music. It's all on the Weekly Fix with Douglas Caballero. The Daily Fix is the first music blog on TV airing on Current TV. The 2-minute daily music news show delivers cutting edge music news and insightful opinion in compelling short doses, utilizing MP3's and user-generated video from all over the web. Hosted by Douglas Caballero, the show airs daily at 9:31am, 1:31pm, 5:31pm, 8:31pm, 12:31am, 4:31am Eastern Time and can be found online at current.com/dailyfix.moreless
    • Obama Inauguration Music Guide
      1/14/09
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      It's time to Barack and roll with the biggest music festival yet in 2009 -- the Inauguration. Urban hitmakers like will.i.am, Beyonce and Mary J. Blige will join classic favorites (Bruce Springsteen, Sting and Bono) and Chi-town indie stalwarts (Andrew Bird and Ted Leo) to take over the Capitol for three days and nights of celebratory concerts and parties. Douglas Caballero and the Daily Fix present your ultimate guide to the Obama administration's first festival. The Daily Fix is the first music blog on TV airing on Current TV. The 2-minute daily music news show delivers cutting edge music news and insightful opinion in compelling short doses, utilizing MP3's and user-generated video from all over the web. Hosted by Douglas Caballero, the show airs daily at 9:31am, 1:31pm, 5:31pm, 8:31pm, 12:31am, 4:31am Eastern Time and can be found online at current.com/dailyfix.moreless
    • Britney's 4 Foot Vagina
      1/9/09
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      2009 brings mucho music news! Rapper Asher Roth and band take down a possible terrorist aboard an LA bound flight. Tequila and tampons will fund Courtney Love's upcoming album. Michaels Jackson suspects death and rewrites his will to return Beatles songs to Paul McCartney. Florian Schneider leaves Kraftwerk. Phil Schiller fills in for Steve Jobs at MacWorld Conference announcing new garage band features and DRM free songs. Hackers post on Britney's Twitter account. DJ Minty Fresh Beats brings you Jay Z and Radiohead in the free download, Jaydiohead. The world loses a Stooge. Legendary guitarist Ron Asheton dies at 60. The Daily Fix is the first music blog on TV airing on Current TV. The 2-minute daily music news show delivers cutting edge music news and insightful opinion in compelling short doses, utilizing MP3's and user-generated video from all over the web. Hosted by Douglas Caballero, the show airs daily at 9:31am, 1:31pm, 5:31pm, 8:31pm, 12:31am, 4:31am Eastern Time and can be found online at current.com/dailyfix.moreless
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