KROQ in Los Angeles played a Plain White T's spoof on Tuesday morning called, "Hey There, Vagina." The song was heavily requested, but the station pulled it for being indecent. As a result, "Hey There, Vagina" has appeared online; click here to listen to it. What do you think? Indecent or hilarious?
You thought artist development was just for label weasels? You're wrong. Loren Israel has been doing it for years. He started out at Capitol and went on to discover and develop the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Less Than Jake, Plain White T's, and Rock Kills Kid, among many others. Luke Wood (AFI, Brand New, All American Rejects) seems to like what Loren has done - He just signed upstarts Midnight Hour to Interscope records. Check out Loren's "Band Boot Camp" on MySpace and learn the ropes of the industry. Watch the video and listen to testimonials - Loren is the real deal.