Two young men decide to become heavy-metal music video producers. Lots of star cameo appearances!
For over 20 years, Jimmy Testagross has lived his childhood dream: being a roadie for his childhood heroes, Blue Oyster Cult. But the band's Arena-Rock glory days are a distant memory. County fairs and club gigs pay the bills. And Jimmy has become a casualty of these leaner times. With no place to go, no job prospects, and no real skills outside of being a roadie, Jimmy needs to regroup. So he returns to his childhood home in Queens, Ny. There, he revisits old relationships: his ailing, widower mom, a high school crush, a former nemesis and, most importantly, his relationship with himself. Jimmy, the middle-aged man-child, has never grown up. He still carries the resentments and frustrations of his youth, and has allowed them to fester and define who and what he is. Confronted with his mother's illness, Jimmy has a choice: let go of the past and take responsibility for both himself and the woman who raised and now needs him. Or continue to live a life of lies and frustration.
Soul Train for the geriatric crowd. Don Cornelius is senile and the dancers all need canes and walkers.
The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Amy Winehouse's death may be re-examined, Don Cornelius of ''Soul Train'' dies, and Sean Penn is honored in Haiti.
In today's ET to GO: Former Soul Train host Shemar Moore says the show's creator Don Cornelius may have had dementia -- plus a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Hunger Games.
Soul Train creator Don Cornelius found dead of apparent suicide. Hey everyone this is Ani Esmailian for Hollyscoop. 75 year-old Don was found dead in his Sherman Oaks, California home early Wednesday morning of an apparent suicide. So tragic. He is believed to have taken his own life as he died from a gunshot wound to the head. He was taken to the hospital but was announced dead shortly after. What would prompt him to take his own life? According to some court documents, he s been complaining
Generations of music lovers are mourning the death of 'Soul Train' producer/host Don Cornelius, who was found dead in his L.A. home. Cornelius created the music and dance show that became a staple of African-American culture. 'Soul Train' was a Saturday-morning must see. It also was the longest running first run nationally syndicated show in television history. Maureen Aladin has more.
Shemar Moore tells ET exclusively that the late Soul Train creator Don Cornelius, who died today of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot, may have been dealing with the effects of dementia or Alzheimer's disease. The former Soul Train host tells ET, 'I don't know what his health was like. I had heard rumors that it was early [onset] dementia, Alzheimer's, things like that.'
Hey everyone this is Nora Gasparian for Hollyscoop. More details are slowly emerging regarding the death of Soul Train s Don Cornelius.
Shemar Moore who was the former host of Soul Train has revealed that Cornelius, his mentor, might have been suffering from dementia.
I don t know what his health was like, Moore said. I had heard rumors that it was early [onset] dementia, Alzheimer s, things like that I d heard that he was sick.
Don Cornelius was found in his Sherman Oaks home by his so
Join Don Cornelius, the Soul Train Dancers and the biggest names in soul for this all-star salute.
Chicago native and visionary creator of Soul Train, Don Cornelius, is dead of an apparent suicide. We talk with his close friend and legendary Chicago radio personality, Herb Kent, about the Cornelius legacy.
Soul Train icon Don Cornelius, dies at age 75. Gov. Quinn's State of the State address calls for a hiring veterans tax credit, but where the funding will come from remains a question. Mayor Emanuel looks to outside auditors to help transform the TIF program. The free ride for Lollapalooza comes to an end. And in sports, Phil Emery takes the reins as Bears General Manager.
Black pride is highlighted in the afro hairstyle, the Black is Beautiful message in advertising campaigns, and in Don Cornelius' music and dance program, Soul Train, which brought images of black youth to national television. Musician Ahmir 'Questlove' Thompson believes Cornelius used the show's ads to promote Afro-centricity and that the show taught the important lesson of self-love.
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