Evan Rachel Wood is known to True Blood-fans as the 500-year-old eccentric bayou vampire queen, Sophie-Anne Leclerq, and to cult-film fans as Thirteen's troubled youth, Tracy Freeland. However, did you know she also has a crazy set of pipes? Wood had a chance to sing in 2007's surrealist Beatles flick, Across The Universe, and even learned opera for her role as Veda Pierce in Mildred Pierce. But, she's never had a true breakout role as a singer — yet. That could change, based on Wood's earnest and very passionate vocal performance last night at L.A.'s Art of Elysium Heaven Gala. She took on '90s classics such as 4 Non Blondes' "What's Up" and Radiohead's "High And Dry." In a Moschino jacket and dramatic eye makeup, she seemed right in her element as a performer. Is Wood getting her voice in shape for a new role, for a nascent ScarJo-style singing career, or just for fun? We'll have to wait and see. For now, check out her drive home her best Linda Perry impression with "What's Up" below.
There's a fine line between powerful and saccharine when it comes to music videos with a message. Thankfully, Carrie Underwood's latest strikes the right balance. Today, the six-time Grammy winner released the video for "Little Toy Guns" on her Facebook page. "As a special thanks for all of your support over the years I read
Game day is fast approaching and in a matter of hours, grown men will willingly throw themselves at each other over a piece of (hopefully inflated) pigskin for the amusement of inebriated citizens across the nation and that coveted Super Bowl trophy. Katy Perry, as you're probably aware, will roar her way through read