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Have you subscribed to The 2 Non-Blonde's Cafe' on YouTube?


  The 2 Non-Blonde's Cafe' with

Jenn & Steph on YouTube!



Candice Bennatt, Miss Ville Platte USA!


Candice Bennatt, Miss Ville Platte USA, joined Jenn & Steph in the

2 Non-Blonde's Cafe' this morning.  Her interview will be posted on their YouTube page soon so be sure to check it out!  

Thank you for stopping by, Candice!  

You are making Ville Platte proud!




Nina Blackwood's "Absolutely 80's Spotlight" is Coming to Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI

Join original MTV Host Nina Blackwood as she spotlights a certain 1980's song weekday mornings at 11:30am on the 2 Non Blonde's Cafe on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI beginning Sept. 22.

Pine Prairie High Cheerleaders record Cheers at KVPI Studios

Classic Hits 92.5's Jenn Meylian welcomes members of the Pine Prairie High School Cheerleading Squad as they record special cheers we will air throughout football season.

American Top 40-The 80's will be heard on Classic Hits 92.5 Sundays at 10:00am

The Basile High Cheerleaders Visit KVPI Studios

KVPI DJ's Josh and Micah welcome the Basile High Cheerleaders who came to our studios to record special cheers that our listeners will be hearing throughout football season.

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The McNeese State University Women's Volleyball Team visited Jenn & Steph in the Cafe' this morning!

These young women volunteered their time to help with the 

Boys & Girls Club in Ville Platte.

Pictured above...

Members of the Women's Volleyball Team, Coaches, t

heir Trainer, Mayor Jennifer Vidrine, Jacob "Timbo" Fontenot 

along with Jenn & Steph.

Thank you all for coming in to visit!

Best of luck to you in the upcoming Volleyball Season!

KVPI AM/FM is looking to hire Sales Account Representative

We are growing!  


Ville Platte Broadcasting Company, the parent company of legacy stations KVPI AM/FM, is now seeking a sales account executive to join our sales team. We offer solutions to our business clients through local radio, web and live events. KVPI radio has been serving the Acadiana  area for more than 60 years in providing news, weather, sports and music programing .


We are looking for an experienced, outgoing, organized, responsible creative outside  advertising sales person .Your primary duty will be to develop new business by being the primary client contact in the Eunice, Opelousas, Crowley areas of our listening area.


The ideal candidate will possess the following: outside sales experience, good communication skills and a strong work ethic, dependable transportation and an eagerness to work hard and be part of a growing sales team dedicated for success.


Benefits include a monthly base salary plus a generous commission based on sales. You will have the opportunity to work for a great company who treats its employees as members of their family. Most of our employees have been with the company for more than 20 years.

Please apply in person with General Manager Mark Layne at 809 West Lasalle in Ville Platte, phone 337-363-2124 or email your resumes to  KVPI AM/FM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

KVPI will cover the Ville Platte 8u girls All Stars in the National Pony League Tournament

KVPI Sports will follow the Ville Platte 8u girls All Stars in the National Pony League Softball Tournament in Youngsville. The team includes:Carlee Soileau, Aubrey Vidrine, Harlie Arnaud, Gracie McCauley, Lyndsey Vallet, Emily Stagg, Kaisyln Lafleur, Victoria Chaddrick, Peyton Guillory, Lilly Fontenot, Madison Monier and Sophia Scully. Manager is Lance Vidrine and Coaches are Chad Arnaud, Nasen Soileau and Walter Mire. The team's overall record on the summer is 20-4. Best of luck to our all stars in this tournament!

Arrest has been made in fatal shooting that took place on Monday, July 28 in Ville Platte.



Teamwork and quick response has resulted in an arrest for yesterday’s homicide.


The Ville Platte Police Department responded to an armed robbery call on July 28, 2014 which ended in a homicide.  Upon arrival at K&T Grocery Store on West Lincoln Road, detectives learned that the female business owner had been shot multiple times and had died as a result of her injuries.


The Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Ville Platte City Marshals’ Office and the Louisiana State Trooper working the Evangeline Parish Area and the Evangeline Parish District Attorney’s Office responded to assist in the investigation. Working from leads, evidence, witness information and informants, the suspect was identified and located attempting to leave the area.  Coushatta Police and the Allen Parish Sheriff’s Office  assisted in locating the suspect and the arrest. The Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office placed the suspect under arrest at approximately 2:30 a.m. July 29, 2014.  


With the joint efforts of these agencies was a valuable tool in solving this case quickly and he appreciates those who stepped up and worked alongside the detectives and officers of the Ville Platte Police Department.  “Without being asked these agencies showed up and jumped in to gather information as quickly as possible and help solve this case.”  “Their assistance is greatly appreciated.”



Arrested was Samuel Anderson, 30 of Laran Street, Ville Platte.  Anderson was booked into the Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office Jail on charges of armed robbery and first degree murder.  Anderson is currently being held without bond.

KVPI Sports is covering the Mamou 8 Year old All Stars in the State Dixie Youth Tournament

KVPI Sports will be in Pineville covering the Mamou 8 Year Old in the State Dixie Youth Pitching Machine Tournament. Best of luck to our All Stars!

KVPI Sports will cover the Ville Platte Super Ten's in District Tournament Play

James Dupre Visits KVPI Studios

Country Entertainer James Dupre visited KVPI studios today just before his performance at the 2014 Smoked Meat Festival. He was interviewed by our own Stephanie Ware.

Ugliest Tie Father's Day Contest


Congratulations to our winners: Grand Prize-Mike Cloud, winner of the $400 recliner from Cester Youngs Furniture; Second Place-Junior Perrodin, winner of a $100 gift certificate from Ace Hardware and Third Place- Ernest Anderson, winner of the $50 gift certificate from Ace Hardware. Happy Father's Day from Classic Hits 92.5!!

KVPI-FM Named 2014 Radio Station of the Year


    The Louisiana Association of Broadcasters awarded KVPI-FM the prestigious “Radio Station of the Year” award on Wednesday during their Prestige Awards luncheon held in Baton Rouge. KVPI-FM, Oldies 92.5, was recognized for its dedication to community service programming to Ville Platte, Evangeline Parish and all of South Central Louisiana.

     In 2013, KVPI-FM aired 53 “Let’s Talk about It” community service interview shows of 15 minutes or more. The shows ranged from the 4-H Livestock Show with County Agent Todd Fontenot in January to a special interview show featuring local ministers airing on Christmas Day.

     KVPI-FM was involved with many community events in 2013. Among the live remotes we covered include: 4-H Livestock Show in January, Swamp Pop Museum and the Mamou Mardi Gras in February; Boggy Bayou Festival, Autism Walk and the Folk Roots Festival in April; Election Returns and Senior Day remote in May; Live all day radio auction for Dixie Youth, Smoked Meat Festival  and the French Showcase in Chataignier in June; Mamou Cajun Music Festival in September; Cotton Festival, High School Career Day and the St. Edmunds Radio Auction in October; Swine Festival in Basile in November and the Food for Families Food Drive in December.

    The Louisiana Association of Broadcasters also noted that KVPI-FM continues its tradition of local Cajun French language programming including local newscasts, La Tasse De Café live call-in shows and the Tradio program all conducted in French.

    KVPI-FM continues to promote and support our unique form of South Louisiana rock and roll known as “Swamp Pop”. We program Swamp Pop music all day on Fridays. Every year, we co-sponsor a Swamp Pop dance for the benefit of the Louisiana Swamp Pop museum located in Ville Platte.

    During 2013, KVPI Sports was very busy covering local sports. We covered more than 175 local sporting events in 2013 including high school football, basketball, baseball and softball, LSU Eunice basketball, baseball and softball along with Dixie Youth baseball and Pony softball. Our coverage also included LSU football, baseball and basketball. Travel wise, KVPI-FM was again all over the state and the country. We followed the LSU Eunice softball team to Mississippi and Texas, LSU Eunice baseball team to Oklahoma and the Mamou and Ville Platte Pony softball teams to Texas. KVPI-FM followed the Fairview Lady Panthers basketball team to the state tournament where they won another state championship


  • Daryl Hall Expecting Audience to Dress Like Him & John Oates at Online Halloween Show Tonight

    Image Courtesy of Kathy PhillipsTonight, Daryl Hall & John Oates will play "Hall-O-Ween & Oates," a special Halloween concert that will stream live online on Yahoo starting at 9 p.m. ET.  Daryl says he expects plenty of costumes in the audience, including ones inspired by himself and John.

    Speaking to Rolling Stone, Daryl says, "I've played many Halloween shows over the years, but never anything like this."  The occasion is the opening of Daryl's House, the singer's new bar and concert venue in Pawling, New York, inspired by his popular TV and online series Live from Daryl's House.  Six episodes of the show's new season, which will debut in March, will be taped there.

    While Daryl himself says he doesn't plan to dress up, he predicts fans will.  After all, he says some fans even dress as him and John when it's not Halloween.  "There are always some fools that do things like that," he tells Rolling Stone. "At least this is an appropriate time to do it."

    Asked which era of Hall & Oates will make the best costume, Daryl says, "Now."

    If you can't watch the show tonight, it'll be replayed for the next 24 hours.

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  • Bruce Springsteen Shares Favorite Authors, Talks Reading Habits in "New York Times" Q&A

    Image Courtesy of Danny ClinchBruce Springsteen is the author of a new illustrated book titled Outlaw Pete, based on the epic song of the same name from his 2009 Working on a Dream album, which will be published on Tuesday.  In celebration of the book's arrival, the Boss was interviewed by The New York Times about his own literary interests, including his favorite books and authors.

    One interesting tidbit that Springsteen reveals to The Times is that when he wrote the song "The Ghost of Tom Joad," he had yet to read the famous book that inspired it, John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath.  When he finally did, he says "it ended up being everything I'd hoped it to be."

    Asked to name his favorite novelists of all time, Bruce says, "I like the Russians, the Chekhov short stories, Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky.  I never read any of them until the past four years, and found them to be thoroughly psychologically modern."

    Springsteen admits that he "didn't begin reading seriously until" the age of 28 or 29, but once he did, writers such as Flannery O'Connor, James M. Cain, John Cheever, Sherwood Anderson and noir author Jim Thompson became influences on his songwriting starting in the late 1970s.

    "They brought out a sense of geography and the dark strain in my writing," he explains, "broadened my horizons about what might be accomplished with a pop song and are still the cornerstone literally for what I try to accomplish today."

    The Boss also discusses his favorite memoirs by musicians, listing Keith Richards' Life, Eric Clapton's autobiography and Bob Dylan's Chronicles, the latter of which he says "made me proud to be a musician."

    Bruce also says Richards and Dylan would be among the people he'd invite to a dream literary dinner, along with Tolstoy and Philip Roth.  "A lot of life experience there, and the babbling in different tongues would be wonderful," he notes.

    Springsteen also reveals that the first book he ever read was L. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz.  "I remember being thrilled by the book and the act of reading," he points out.  "Over time my most beloved character became the great and powerful Oz himself."

    As for what books currently are on his nightstand, the Boss lists the Herman Melville classic Moby-Dick and Gabriel García Márquez's Love in the Time of Cholera.  He says he just finished reading Moby-Dick, which he admits "scared me off for a long time due to the hype of its difficulty."

    He describes the tome as "a beautiful boy's adventure story," and says he found it "not that difficult to read" after all.

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  • Sammy Hagar Says He Would Sing with Van Halen Again Under the Right Circumstances

    Frontiers Records/UniversalSammy Hagar acrimoniously parted ways with Van Halen about a decade ago, but the Red Rocker says that under the right circumstances he would be willing to reunite with his old band mates.

    "I would play with anybody that loves me and that I love.  That would include Van Halen, but the love's not there right now," Hagar tells Rolling Stone.  "I do love those guys, [although we] really bumped heads on the last tour."

    Hagar says Van Halen's 2004 reunion tour "was just a mess and I would never go into a mess like that again."  He adds that the trek "was just about the most dysfunctional thing I've ever done in my adult life, times 10," while suggesting that the bulk of the blame rested on guitarist Eddie Van Halen shoulders.

    That being said, Sammy says that a Van Halen tour featuring both him and David Lee Roth trading off on vocals "would be the coolest thing for the fans ever." He adds that he "would do it for the fans" but that [e]verybody would have to be cool and have their hearts in it."  Not surprisingly, Hagar says, "I just doubt it'll ever happen."

    First and foremost, Sammy says he'd like to see his friend and the band's original bass player, Michael Anthony, rejoin the group.

    "I would like to just see Mike back in the band with Dave," Hagar maintains.  "If that works, all right, I'll come in next."

    He also tells Rolling Stone that he misses drummer Alex Van Halen, who says he hasn't spoken with since the end of the 2004 tour.

    "He's the most fun, that guy," Sammy declares.  "There was something about Al and I, we had a real special relationship, even more than Ed and I."

    Asked whether it bothers him that rock fans know him more for his tenure as Van Halen's frontman than for anything else he's done in his long career, Hagar says, "No. Man, if you put that whole Van Hagar catalog together and listen to the body of work it's incredible…I'm honored to be a part of that.  I'm sorry about the bad blood, but I'm totally honored. That's the peak of my freakin' musical career, no doubt about it."

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  • Bob Seger Loves Halloween but Not Dressing Up

    Clay Patrick McBrideIt's no secret that Bob Seger likes that old time rock 'n' roll, but did you know that he's also a big fan of Halloween?  The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer tells ABC News Radio that he and his family enjoy getting together to celebrate the holiday with all the little trick-or-treaters who come to their house for candy.

    "My wife loves Halloween, and her mother comes over and her sister and [her] kid and our kids, and we just sit at the front door and watch all the great kid costumes and the parents from the neighborhood," says the Michigan rocker.  "It's a fun time."

    While Seger enjoys seeing other people dress up for Halloween, he admits that he doesn't like wearing costumes himself.

    I'm the only one [in my family]," he points out.  "I reserve the right, being the paterfamilias or whatever you want to call it."

    Seger adds that if there's a situation where he feels he has to wear a costume, such as a Halloween party, he generally won't put a lot of effort or creativity into his outfit.

    "I'll dress up in something I'll really feel good in, like my motorcycle stuff," he explains, laughing.  "I'll say, 'I'm a motorcycle guy.'  That's what I go as.  [I have] no imagination in that regard."

    Bob's new studio album, Ride Out, was released on October 14, and last week debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Billboard's Rock Albums chart.  This week, the record dropped, respectively, to #14 and #2 on the tallies.

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  • Marvin Gaye's Family Wins First Round in Copyright-Infringement Battle over Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines"

    Image Courtesy of MotownA judge in California is allowing a lawsuit initiated by the late Marvin Gaye's family to move forward that alleges pop/R&B stars Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke stole parts of a classic Gaye song to write their smash "Blurred Lines."

    U.S. District Court Judge John Kronstadt on Thursday denied a motion seeking to have the claim of copyright infringement thrown out before trial. That motion had been brought by "Blurred Lines" writers Pharrell, Thicke and rapper T.I. last July, in response to a string of suits between themselves and their publishers on one hand and the Gaye family and Gaye's publishers on the other.

    In Thursday's ruling, the judge found that the Gaye family's musicological experts had showed enough possible similarity between "Blurred Lines" and copyright-protected elements of the Motown legend's 1977 hit "Got to Give It Up" that a trial is needed to decide the merits of the case.  The judge also allowed a second claim to proceed, over alleged similarities between Thicke's 2011 track "Love After War" and Gaye's 1976 song "After the Dance."

    The cases, however, will not take into consideration any similarities between things like the percussion tracks or background vocals in the various songs.  In a partial victory for Thicke and Pharrell, Judge Kronstadt found that only material found on the sheet music registered with the U.S. Copyright Office -- not other elements of the recordings themselves -- will be relevant at trial.

    A trial is currently scheduled for February 10, 2015, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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  • Gregg Allman Dismissed from Civil Lawsuit Tied to Midnight Rider Biopic Accident

    PMK-BNCGregg Allman and his manager, Michael Lehman, have been dropped from a civil lawsuit initiated by the family of Sarah Jones, the camera assistant who was killed by a train during the filming of the Allman biopic Midnight Rider this past February. 

    Deadline reports that an attorney for Jones' parents announced Thursday that they were dismissing claims against Allman and Lehman, who were serving as co-producers of the movie, as well as against the Open Road Films distribution company.

    "After reviewing the many thousands of pages of documents, and other information we have obtained through the legal discovery process, it is clear that Mr. Allman and Mr. Lehman had no involvement in any of the decisions that resulted in Sarah's death," said Jones family attorney Jeff Davis in a statement.  "Our investigation has also shown that, in this case, Open Road Films was not directly involved in the poor decisions that led to this horrific event and the tragic loss of Sarah's life."

    Sarah's father, Richard Jones, added, "During a very difficult and trying time for our family, Gregg Allman and Michael Lehman demonstrated their genuine sorrow over the loss of our daughter and their willingness to work with us in the future to ensure safe film sets for all.  For that, we are grateful."

    News of the dismissals follows a hearing at a Georgia court this past Tuesday during which lawyers for Open Road Films told the presiding judge that the company was close to reaching an agreement with the Jones family.  The hearing is scheduled to continue on November 13.

    Meanwhile, Deadline also revealed on Thursday the results of a federal investigation into the fatal accident, which occurred when a train unexpectedly crossed a trestle bridge near Jesup, Georgia, where the filmmakers were attempting to shoot a scene.  The report cites the production with a variety of health and safety violations.

    As previously reported, Midnight Rider's husband-and-wife director-producer team of Randall Miller and Jody Savin, executive producer Jay Sedrish and assistant director Hillary Schwartz all are facing involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass charges in connection to the incident.  Their trial is scheduled to begin on March 9, 2015.

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  • Bob Seger Announces New North American Concerts, Reveals Venues for Second-Leg Tour Dates

    ABC/Randy HolmesBob Seger has scheduled several new concerts as part of the second leg of his recently-announced North American tour with his Silver Bullet Band in support of his latest album, Ride Out.  Among the newly-added shows are performances on January 27 in Charleston, West Virginia; February 3 in Ft. Meyers, Florida; February 10 in Lafayette, Louisiana; and February 17 in Wichita, Kansas.

    In addition, the venues for all of the concerts taking place during the trek's second leg have been revealed, except for Seger's final scheduled show on February 27 in Los Angeles.  As previously reported, the first leg of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's tour gets under way on November 19 in Saginaw, Michigan, and runs through a December 19 concert in New York City.  The second leg begins January 20 in Toledo, Ohio.

    The J. Geils Band will be the opening act on select dates of the trek.  Tickets are on sale now for all shows through January 29.  Check out to find out when tickets the Michigan rocker's other concerts will be available for purchase.

    Here's a complete list of confirmed dates for Seger and the Silver Bullet Band's North American tour:

    11/19 -- Saginaw, MI, The Dow Event Center
    11/22 -- Bangor, ME, Cross Insurance Center
    11/24 -- Halifax, NS, Canada, Scotiabank Centre
    11/26 -- Saint John, NB, Canada, Saint John Harbour Station
    11/29 -- Boston, MA, TD Garden
    12/2 -- Albany, NY, Times Union Center
    12/4 -- Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena
    12/6 -- Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
    12/9 -- Grand Rapids, MI, Van Andel Arena
    12/11 -- Chicago, IL, United Center
    12/13 -- St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center
    12/17 -- Buffalo, NY, First Niagara Center
    12/19 -- New York, NY, Madison Square Garden
    1/20 -- Toledo, OH, Huntington Center
    1/22 -- Pittsburgh, PA, CONSOL Energy Center
    1/24 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre
    1/27 -- Charleston, WV, Charleston Civic Center
    1/29 -- Columbus, OH, Nationwide Arena
    1/31 -- Atlanta, GA, The Arena at Gwinnett Center
    2/3 -- Ft. Meyers, FL, Germain Arena
    2/5 -- Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
    2/7 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, BB&T Center
    2/10 -- Lafayette, LA, Cajundome
    2/12 -- Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
    2/14 -- Houston, TX, Toyota Center
    2/17 -- Wichita, KS, INTRUST Bank Arena
    2/19 -- Phoenix, AZ, Gila River Arena
    2/27 -- Los Angeles, CA, TBD

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  • Eagles, McCartney, Rolling Stones Among Finalists for 2014 "Billboard" Touring Awards

    James Glader; MJ Kim; Simon CrossThe Eagles, Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones are among the artists who will vie for honors at the 2014 Billboard Touring Awards, scheduled for November 20 at the Edison Ballroom in New York City.

    The Eagles are finalists in the Top Tour category, which acknowledges the highest-grossing tours of the year.  The veteran band's The History of the Eagles trek is competing against tours by a couple of younger pop acts -- Justin Timberlake and One Direction.

    McCartney and The Stones both are in the running for the Top Boxscore prize, which honors the highest-grossing single engagement by an artist.  The former Beatles star is being recognized for a three-concert November 2013 stand at the Tokyo Dome in Japan, while his fellow British rockers got their nod for a three-show engagement at the same venue in February and March of this year.  One Direction also is a finalist for this award.

    Meanwhile, Billy Joel's ongoing residency at New York's Madison Square Garden will be competing for the Concert Marketing & Promotion Award, an honor that The Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting Tour won last year.

    The Billboard Touring Awards ceremony will serve as the finale of the 11th annual Billboard Touring Conference, which is scheduled for November 19-20 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.  The awards are based on numbers reported to Billboard magazine from October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014.  Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell will be featured in the conference's keynote Q&A session.

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  • Founding Yes Singer Jon Anderson Records Charity Single with Ex-Counting Crows Member Matt Malley

    Gonzo MultimediaFormer Yes frontman Jon Anderson has released a new charity single that he recorded with ex-Counting Crows bassist Matt Malley titled "The Family Circle."  Proceeds raised by sales of the tune will benefit three organizations -- the Flutie Foundation, Sahaja Yoga Meditation and the National Autistic Society.

    The track currently is available as a digital download for 99 cents via iTunes.  The melodic song showcases Anderson's serene vocals, with music highlighted by gentle piano, synthesized strings and an Indian-influenced guitar solo.  An accompanying video has been posted at the GonzoMusicTV YouTube channel that features a montage of clips of beautiful landscapes around the world.

    "'Family Circle' came together when Matt sent me the beautiful music earlier this year," explains Anderson in a statement.  "I sang the song and lyric idea and sent it back to Matt, thanking him for the great energy.  Eventually, Matt added some more sounds and the haunting guitar solo."

    Jon continues, "It's a pleasure to release this around Thanksgiving time, reminding us of our connection with our families and how our children keep us together, bonding our love of life."

    Adds Malley, "Not only am I a fan of Jon's voice but I'm a fan of his fearless spiritual outlook which appears in all of his music."

    As previously reported, Anderson currently is working on the debut album by his new group, Anderson Ponty Band, a collaboration with veteran jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty.  The record is expected to be released sometime next year.

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  • Todd Rundgren Collectibles Up for Bid as Part of L.A. Memorabilia Auction Next Week

    Image Courtesy of Danny O'ConnorA collection of memorabilia belonging to Todd Rundgren will go on the block during of a rock 'n' roll-themed auction that will take place November 7 and 8 in Beverly Hills, California.  Among the items the eclectic singer/songwriter has contributed to the sale are a stage-played Italia electric guitar, an assortment of awards he's has received over the years, various shirts and jackets, a digital piano and a piece of artwork featured on the back cover of his 1991 2nd Wind album.

    Proceeds raised by the sale will benefit the Spirit of Harmony Foundation, a charity Rundgren founded last year.  The organization's goal is to enrich people's lives through music education and music-related events.

    The Rundgren collection is being sold in conjunction with the Icons & Idols: Rock 'n' Roll auction that will take place at the Julien's Auctions gallery in Beverly Hills.  The sale features hundreds of pieces of memorabilia, including items belonging to or signed by everyone from The Beatles and Heart to Elvis Presley and James Brown to Madonna and Michael Jackson.  Visit to check out all of the collectibles up for bid.

    Last week, Rundgren wrapped up another tour leg as a member of Ringo Starr's All Starr Band, and he's just kicked off his own fall U.S. headlining trek.  The outing is mapped out through a November 26 show in Los Angeles.

    Here are all of Todd's upcoming tour dates:

    10/31 -- Westbury, NY, Theatre at Westbury
    11/2 -- New York, NY, B.B. Kings Blues Club and Grill
    11/3 -- New York, NY, B.B. Kings Blues Club and Grill
    11/4 -- Lebanon, NH, Lebanon Opera House
    11/6 -- North Salisbury Beach, MA, Blue Ocean Music Hall
    11/7 -- Peekskill, NY, Paramount Hudson Valley
    11/9 -- York, PA, The Pullo Center
    11/10 -- Columbus, OH, The LC Pavilion
    11/12 -- Kent, OH, The Kent Stage
    11/13 -- Chicago, IL, Park West
    11/15 -- Peoria, IL, Limelight
    11/16 -- Minneapolis, MN, Mill City Nights
    11/18 -- Denver, CO, Bluebird Theater
    11/19 -- Salt Lake City, UT, State Room
    11/22 -- Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Showroom
    11/24 -- San Francisco, CA, The Fillmore
    11/25 -- San Juan Capistrano, CA, The Coach House
    11/26 -- Beverly Hills, CA, Saban Theater

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    A Swedish make-up artists claims that Ashton Kutcher cheated on Mila Kunis with her a month before they took their relationship public back in 2012. Linn Massinger told UK's The Sun that she met him at a bar in June of that year and spent the night at his home in Hollywood.

    She revealed, "He just took my hand and took me upstairs. When I was there he didn't mention Mila or anyone, I hope he thought I was a nice girl." A source also discussed their fling with Star magazine saying, "Ashton was giving Linn the eye from across the bar. He waved them over to where he was sitting with his friends and introduced himself as Chris -- his real first name."

    • Ashton and Mila went reportedly started dating in April of 2012 but did not officially confirm their relationship until that July. They got engaged earlier this year and recently welcomed their first child, daughter Wyatt Isabelle, earlier this month.
    • The Two and a Half Men star was also rumored to have cheated on Demi Moore which is believed to have contributed to the end of their marriage.

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    Teresa Giudice's recent money problems allegedly did not stop her from supporting her daughter's new music career. Radar Online claims that the reality star spent big bucks to produce a video for 13-year-old Gia's girl group, 3KT.

    A source told the website, "Teresa didn't care and spent $10,000 for it. The money Teresa paid only covered a fraction of the costs for the video. It was a very expensive to shoot, and the other girls' families also contributed." Another insider revealed, "Now Joe is absolutely furious with Teresa for defying him, especially since they really need to be on a strict budget. They owe hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees, restitution, and of course millions in the bankruptcy case."

    • 3KT's first video is a cover of the Britney Spears song "Circus."
    • Teresa has also received some criticism for the video for allowing Gia to dress in clothing that seems inappropriate for her age.


    IT'S HERE!! Our teaser for our first music video that we will be releasing on Halloween! We are so excited to share this sneak peek with you all! And of course thank you to @britneyspears for inspiring us to bring our love for singing and dancing into the spotlight! #3KT 💎💎💎

    A video posted by 3KT (@3ktofficial) on Oct 10, 2014 at 5:00pm PDT

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    COCA ROCHA ADDRESSES KENDALL JENNER BULLYING RUMORS: Model Coca Rocha dropped by HuffPost Live this week where she addressed the rumors that 18-year-old Kendall Jenner was bullied backstage during New York Fashion Week in September. Coca said, "It is bad for the industry, and if that all did happen, that's really frustrating to hear. You have to remember that during the shows, it is all very young girls. It's like high school. We breathe and eat and sleep together for two months, so it gets to a point where you're just overwhelmed, frustrated and tired, and I've had my own stories where it gets a little catty backstage. And not everyone's going to get along. It makes sense. Not everyone's going to be your best friend." The 26-year-old added, "But when that does happen, step back, breathe a minute, get out of the room, whatever you need to do. Because in the end, people are watching you under such a fine microscope. People are going to watch whatever you do, so if you want the job, if you want to be respected in the industry, remember that even though you're a young girl, you have to act a little older and a little wiser." Other models at Fashion Week reportedly felt Kendall's involvement was unfair considering her family connections. In other Kardashian news....

    DID KIM KARDASHIAN ADMIT TO SECOND PREGNANCY?: Rumors are circulating that Kim Kardashian may have spilled the beans that she is pregnant during an interview with UK beauty blog Pixiwoo. When asked about her pregnancy style, Kim responded, "I wore my regular clothes and I would just buy a size up. I don't know if I would necessarily do that this time around." where she revealed to E! News the gender of her baby. She said, "We found out. We're having a girl." Milla also explained that her daughter, Ever Gabo Anderson, was hoping for a little sister and added, "I don't know what we would have done if the baby was a boy. She keeps saying, 'Don't get her anything new. She can wear all my clothes. She's so economical."


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    Lindsay Lohan almost missed a day of performaning in her London play Speed-the-Plow on Wednesday (October 29th) due to an illness but was able to pull through and take the stage at the last minute for the evening show. She even tweeted an apology prior to the curtain call which she later deleted and chose to work instead.

    The producers of the show released a statement on Thursday (October 30th) to explain the issue saying, "Unfortunately Miss Lohan has been suffering from a viral gastric bug for several days but has shown true professionalism in continuing to perform. However yesterday, on doctor's advice, she rested throughout the day whilst prescription medication took its desired effect and we were delighted that Miss Lohan subsequently felt well enough to perform yesterday evening. Miss Lohan is feeling much better today and will be performing tonight as scheduled."

    • She initially wrote, "So sorry everyone but Im too ill to perform and down for the count. Dr wants me to rest. Wont make shows 2nt but pls enjoy #speedtheplow XxL"
    • The play officially opened on October 2nd but has received mixed reviews.

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    Marriage isn't quite what Anne Hathaway expected it to be. She opened up about her relationship with husband Adam Shulman during a recent interview UK's The Telegraph.

    Anne explained, "When we got married, I thought it was a great party. I honestly thought we were doing it more for tradition. I wasn't prepared for the radical shift my heart was going to have." She went on to say, "I'm very fortunate that my husband has a job that allows him to travel and kind of make his own schedule. So he travels with me whenever possible. We have a rule that we aren't apart for more than two weeks."

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    Jake Gyllenhaal claims that his parents' divorce actually inspires him to be more honest with himself. He discussed how their split after 30 years of marriage has affected his life and career while promoting his new film, Nightcrawler.

    Jake told Huffington Post, "They went their separate ways, and found a very honest truth. As a result, even if I was 30 when it happened, it was still a model for me. It made me say, 'Wow, they're being honest about their lives and what they want.' And not like I hadn't been before, but it made me look at myself and ask myself more questions about that. It made me ask myself, 'How can I be as honest too?' Even though you're out of the house and you're an adult and you have a career, when the people you love and admire -- particularly your parents -- start doing things to change or start being very honest, it's a huge influence. And mine were, and I credit that for the start of it."

    • Jake's parents split in 2010.

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    QUEEN LATIFAH PULLS PLUG ON BILL COSBY INTERVIEW: The folks at The Queen Latifah Show have pulled the plug on a planned interview with Bill Cosby amid the resurfacing of several rape and sexual assault allegations that have been brought against him over the years. Comedian Hannibal Buress recently made headlines for calling out Bill during his standup act. 77-year-old Cosby has not addressed the situation in any way.

    JOEL MCHALE EXTENDS DEAL AT E!: Joel McHale has extended his deal with E!. The Community star will continue on as host of The Soup through 2016 and develop new non-scripted series under his production company, Free Period. The network said in a statement, "Whether he is entertaining the audience with the best worst of the week or offering up a fresh hit of pop culture on the production development front, McHale is a valued fixture at the network for both his industry know-how and comic relief." Joel added, "Although I narrowly beat Mitt Romney out for the job in a number of states, I'm confident that I can keep up the same quality of humorous observation of shows like Naked Dating and Bad Girls Club Season 12 Reunion Part 2 that the American people age 18-49 have come to expect and deserve."

    WE TV CANCELS 'THE DIVIDE': WE TV has pulled the plug on The Divide after one season. The network said in a statement, "We are extremely proud of The Divide and grateful to its brilliant creators, Richard LaGravenese and Tony Goldwyn, and an amazing cast and crew, for bringing this story to life as WE TV's first scripted series." The show was originally pitched to AMC before WE TV picked it up for a 10-episode run which ended in August.

    FOUR MORE ACTORS RUMORED FOR 'TRUE DETECTIVE': Deadline is reporting that Kelly Reilly, Michael Irby, Abigail Spencer, and Leven Rambin are close to finalizing deals to appear in the second season of True Detective. They would be joining the previously announced cast members Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch, Rachel McAdams, and Vince Vaughn. No premiere date has been set yet.

    SETH ROGAN RUMORED FOR NEW STEVE JOBS BIOPIC: Seth Rogan is reportedly being considered to play Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in Aaron Sorkin's new biopic. Christian Bale was recently cast in the lead role as Steve Jobs. The movie will be directed by Danny Boyle based on Walter Isaacson's book which was adapted by Sorkin. Jessica Chastain is also rumored to be up for the female lead.

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