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Thirty Seconds to Mars is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1998. The band consists of brothers Jared Leto and Shannon Leto. During the course of its existence, it has undergone various line-up changes.

Everyone is familiar with Jared Leto. He’s been in many great films but did you know his first love is music?

He was quoted in an interview stating how important and close to his heart music is and if given an ultimatum he would choose music over acting. Luckily he doesn’t have to choose so we will can continue to enjoy him doing both.

Jared Leto was in shock about coronavirus.

The Oscar-winning actor wrote on Twitter on Monday night that he had emerged from a 12-day silent meditation to learn about the news that has engulfed the planet.

We were totally isolated. No phone, no communication etc. We had no idea what was happening outside the facility,” the actor began in his Twitter thread. “Walked out into a very different world. One that’s been changed forever. Mind-blowing — to say the least. I was getting messages from friends and family all around the globe and catching up on what was going on.”

Jared Leto has confirmed 30 Seconds to Mars are back in the studio working on their sixth studio album.

The ‘Suicide Squad’ actor has posted a snap of himself recording vocals in the studio and called on his millions of social media followers to suggest the title for their follow-up to 2018’s ‘America’.

Alongside the photo, he wrote: “Guess what?
“P.S. What should we call the new album?”

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Welcome to our “Psychedelic Lunch” series, “Celebrity Bands Week,” where we find out how deep the rabbit hole really goes and explore music from the 60’s to today. Weekdays At Noon EST. Enjoy the trip!

Dogstar was an American alternative rock group active from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s. The band found moderate success but garnered significant media attention due to the band’s bass guitarist being well-known Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves.

1994–1999: Quattro Formaggi, Our Little Visionary and live performances

Dogstar was joined by Bret Domrose as an additional vocalist and guitarist in 1994. One year later, the band toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Asia, and opened for David Bowie at his 1995 Hollywood Palladium gig, where they covered a song by Pink Floyd, as well as for Bon Jovi on his 1995 These Days – Crossroads Tour in Australia and New Zealand. Miller however left the band at the end of the tour. With Quattro Formaggi, they released their first sound carrier in the form of a four-track EP in 1996, via Zoo Entertainment, and followed this up with their debut album, Our Little Visionary, which was only distributed in Japan, even though Dogstar already had a worldwide fanbase at the time. The band also performed at the Zee Cine Awards in India, the 1996 Zwemdokrock Festival in Lummen, Belgium, and the 1999 Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, Somerset, England.

1999–2002: Happy Ending, breakup and post-Dogstar

Although the band members had other work commitments, a second album, Happy Ending, followed in 1999, produced by Michael Vail Blum and Richie Zito. Domrose called the music on this record more “pop-aggressive” than the band’s earlier work. Their last performance was in October 2002 in Japan, and the band broke up afterwards. Domrose went on to perform as a solo artist, briefly played guitar with the band Berlin and is currently writing music for film and television. Reeves and Mailhouse later performed together in a band called “becky”.

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Welcome to our “Psychedelic Lunch” series, “Celebrity Bands Week,” where we find out how deep the rabbit hole really goes and explore music from the 60’s to today. Weekdays At Noon EST. Enjoy the trip!

We’ve seen Juliette Lewis in many great films over the years but did you know she was in a rock band?

I first became aware of Juliette Lewis’s musical talent from the movie ‘Strange Days’. It was to be 10 years later that she’d form a rock band, and to my delight I discovered a very strong resonance with her energy.

I listened to her entire catalog of music, both with The Licks and her solo material, and watched every live performance on YouTube. The way my inner energy was consistently amped up beyond my expectations was enough to revel in the idea of seeing her live but then the global pandemic happened which would postpone all live shows indefinitely.

Here’s a brief history of the band.

Juliette and The Licks is an American rock band led by actress and singer Juliette Lewis. Other band members have included guitarist Craig Fairbaugh and guitarist Emilio Cueto, bassist Jason Womack and drummer Ed Davis. Their popular songs include “You’re Speaking My Language” and “Hot Kiss”. The band broke up in 2009. They reunited for a Los Angeles show in 2015, followed by extensive touring in 2016. In June of 2016, Juliette Lewis announced a solo tour leaving the future of The Licks undetermined. In May 2018 members of the band tweeted that they were in the studio working on new music as Juliette And The Licks.

Since disbanding Juliette and the Licks in 2009, Juliette Lewis has focused mostly on her Hollywood career but the music keeps calling her back.

In my humble opinion I think Juliette Lewis would be the perfect candidate to play the part of Janis Joplin in a rock bio pic of her life. Heres hoping!

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