You guys! Did you know that Matisyahu is now beardless? And no longer a practicing Chassidic? Maybe, if we're to believe his ambiguous, non-yarmulke wearing antics. But also, beardless! I mean, WTF is that even?
Sing it with me now: ALLLLLLLL MY LIFE! I'VE PRAYED FOR A REUNION LIKE THIS! OK, maybe there's a bit of hyperbolic lyricism at play here, but c'mon – when was the last time anyone truly got to belt out a little classic K-Ci & JoJo without getting pity stares from the bewildered gas station attendant?
Sure, the members of pop duo Karmin are younger and more successful than some of us here at Revue HQ, but it's hard to begrudge anyone who can cover Chris Brown so convincingly (Not to mention, make his music seem like it might be worth listening to).
Love him or hate him, there's no denying the unstoppable staying power of John Mayer. This dude has literally been running through the halls of our collective national high school and screaming at the top of his lungs since, I don't know, freshman year?
Quick. Name a popular 21st century astrophysicist. Chances are you can only think of one: Neil deGrasse Tyson. The quick-witted Tyson joins the ranks of Bill Nye and Carl Sagan for making science downright cool.
Being a Megadeth fan can be a true exercise in frustration. People either love or hate guitarist Dave Mustaine, the band's founder and creative force. He's a gifted guitarist and a cunning lyricist who's proven time and again to have the chops to create great albums and some of the best compositions of the metal genre.
These days, a good nu-metal throwback isn't so hard to find – usually, they're playing live in some far-flung dive bar, located in West Jesus-ville, Any State USA. Much harder to pin down is said nu-metal band rocking an awesome cover... of Billy Ocean.
Ladies, get your grooming brushes, petting fingers and chicken wings ready. That's right, the fluffy guy is back in action, and he's ready to be... well, see above. The jokester/fluff-ster in question here is Gabriel Iglesias.
Renowned punk/metal icon Glenn Danzig hits the road this year with his band in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the seminal Danzig album. Yes, that's the one with the original release of the overplayed, get-it-outta-my-head "Mother" on it — although it should be noted that the song didn't rocket into popularity until it was re-released in 1993 and played to death on MTV.