Steve Jobs had numerous encounters with celebrities over the years, thanks in part to Apple's iPod and iTunes presentations. As we mourn the loss of the visionary we take a star-studded look back at some of his celebrity guests and pals. Which was your favorite?
Can you believe it's been 10 years since Lilith Fair last rocked its way across the country? I feel old. But the good news is that the all-female music festival is coming back in 2010, and Sarah McLachlan, who headlined the original festivals, will be involved in some way. There are no dates set other than Summer 2010, and no lineup has been announced.
Artists who have previously appeared at the festival include Shawn Colvin, Dixie Chicks, Indigo Girls, Sheryl Crow, Lisa Loeb, Liz Phair, and Martina McBride. Would you like to see any of those artists return for the new version? Which other artists would you add to the list?
Sarah McLachlan looked sultry in her black satin laced dress at the 2008 American Music Awards. Sarah's a little more sexy than we're used to seeing, but she pulls it off. She mostly wore black, including her pumps and clutch, but she did add a dash of gold with her drop earrings. Get the look now.
It's time to break out the macaroni-and-glitter ornaments you made in second grade and plunk a candy cane in your hot cocoa, because Christmas is officially right around the corner. To help you prepare, I've devoted this week's Playlist to Cool Christmas Songs. (Every Monday on BuzzSugar, I'll be posting a themed Playlist, and you guys can tell me what songs you'd choose for the occasion.)
My 12-song mix starts out chill then gets a little rock-and-roll before heading into Run DMC and a song that namechecks Salem Lights. Tell me: What songs would go on your cool Christmas mix?
- "Christmas Time Is Here," Vince Guaraldi (a.k.a., the "Charlie Brown Christmas" song)
- "Oh Holy Night," Kelly Clarkson
- "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," Barenaked Ladies and Sarah McLachlan
- "Blue Christmas," Elvis
- "Baby It's Cold Outside," Leon Redbone and Zooey Deschanel
- "Wonderful Christmastime," Paul McCartney
- "I'll Be Home For Christmas," Aimee Mann
- "Santa Baby," Eartha Kitt
- "Christmas in Hollis", Run DMC
- "Cool Yule," Louis Armstrong
- "Merry Christmas From the Family," Robert Earl Keane
- "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," Judy Garland
Most tracks are available through the iTunes store.