Rhett is currently self-quarantining at home with his wife, Lauren Akins, and their three daughters, Willa Gray, Ada James and Lennon Love. On March 30, the singer celebrated his 30th birthday, and Akins managed to organize a surprise with all of Rhett's friends, despite the social distancing rule. "My wife had a bunch of my best friends just pull up in our driveway," Rhett shared. "They leaned out the sunroof and said, 'Happy Birthday!' And then my parents and her parents came over but we sat six feet apart. It was so strange, but weirdly had a great time on my birthday. Ate a lot of cake." … [Read more...] about Thomas Rhett to Headline ‘Bud Light Dive Bar Tour: Home Edition’ With At-Home Show
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What is perhaps the most over-the-top item hangs in his “epic great room” — a chandelier with more than 20,000 pieces of hand-cut Swarovski crystal, making it the “second largest installation of its kind in the world,” according to AD. … [Read more...] about Inside Drake’s ‘Overwhelmingly High Luxury’ Toronto Mansion: ‘It Had to Be Timeless and Strong’
“Anything moving forward, I’m not sure,” he said. “I’ve been in and out of the studio, obviously, with some of my more frequent – and less frequent – collaborators. I guess I’m resigned to the fact that I’m a tortoise when it comes to this process. I can’t imagine doing it any other way. I just feel like it’s so important to never have the cart before the horse when it comes to making a record.” … [Read more...] about Justin Timberlake Jokes ‘I’m a Tortoise’ When It Comes to Putting Out New Music
“There is going to be a reset,” says one veteran producer. “Are we going to see multiple theaters empty for entire seasons for the first time in decades?” It’s possible. Aside from fears of the virus, the effect of the economic collapse on Broadway will resonate through through the 2020-21 season, and perhaps beyond. In a protracted recession, finding investors who have taken a beating in the stock market to capitalize new shows — especially musicals, which can now routinely cost upward of $15 or $20 million to mount — is going to be far more challenging than it once was. (Plays, which are much cheaper but represent less than 20 percent of total ticket revenues, may start to look like a better investment.) “And,” says another producer, “nobody is expecting that we can come back at the same level of average ticket price [well over $100 for many shows]. Figuring out what audiences will be willing to pay, and whether shows can … [Read more...] about How Can Broadway Recover From This Pandemic?