Miley Cyrus’ Boston Fans Want Her to Make Up For Canceled Gig

Miley Cyrus
is facing demands to play a free show in Boston, Massachusetts after cancelling her appearance at the city’s Jingle Ball concert last weekend.

The singer was one of the headline acts due to perform during the festive show at Boston’s TD Garden venue, but she pulled out at the last minute after a snow storm left her stranded at an airport in New Jersey.

She apologized for the cancellation and blamed it on the bad weather, but disgruntled fans who paid hundreds of dollars for tickets to see Cyrus have now launched a petition urging her to play a free show in the area.

The petition, posted on, suggests gig-goers were not told about Cyrus’ no-show until after the final act came off stage, and they haven’t been allowed to claim refunds, so they want the singer to return to Boston to make good on her promise to perform there.

It reads, “Every other act who performed at the New York Jingle Ball the night before made it to Boston. Why did Miley not plan for the snow and leave earlier? It seems the other acts did just that… She could have taken a car or a train if the airport was shut down… We paid to see Miley, who was headlining the show! If not a refund then KISS 108FM should organize a free Miley concert for Jingle Ball ticket holders.”

The petition has so far drawn more than 120 signatures, and Mary Menna, of the station’s parent company Clear Channel Communications, reveals organizers are now in talks with Cyrus’ management and record label about what can be done.

She tells the Boston Herald newspaper, “She (Cyrus) feels terrible that she didn’t make it. Unfortunately, there was bad weather. It’s New England and we’ve dealt with these kinds of issues before. But due to the nature of what a superstar she is, this one is bigger. Her band was there, her dancers were there, every indication was that things were running smoothly. We don’t like to disappoint our listeners.”

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Diamond Timing: "We’ve practically created the theme song for the parade.”

Producer Joel Diamond, with co-producer Rudy Perez, got their Xmas early as their current record “Dreams Come True,” from REBECCA HOLDEN and ABRAHAM McDONALD, carries the same title as the theme of January’s 125th Rose Parade in L. A.

Says Diamond, “Talk about timing … we’ve practically created the theme song for the parade.”

The song, which is currently the “#1 Most Requested & Most Popular Wedding Song in the World”– is on Silver Blue/Summit Records. Diamond’s reps are in touch with KTLA who are presenting the parade on January 1, with hosts Bob Eubanks and Stephanie Edwards.

Lady Gaga Interviewed on Howard Stern

Lady Gaga appeared on the Howard Stern show on Tuesday for a two hour interview to talk about many things, including her newly released album ARTPOP.

The singer even mentioned her boyfriend Taylor Kinney, Madonna, Perez Hilton and more! She later performed “Dope” and “Gypsy” from ARTPOP.

Source: Gaga Media

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On The Radio: XM’s Brett Winterble Interviews Monkee Micky Dolenz

While tub thumping his new album (Live At BB King’s) on XM’s BRETT WINTERBLE the other day, the two got into a conversation over the antics of some of today’s teen-idols … as Micky was one of the first ever, during his early-tenure with The Monkees.

Dolenz said, “The best thing that ever happened to me was that after Circus Boy (his early TV show). My parents took me out of show business, so I didn’t have that period of being a has been, and I went back to school, and then 8 years later The Monkees hit. I was studying to be an architect, and, I had show business to fall back on.”

Continues Winterble, “That’s the measure of success, sometimes the parents have got to say no. Sometimes the most liberating word of all is no.”

Music: Multi-Platinum Selling Daughtry Unveils New Single "Waiting For Superman"

Multi-Platinum selling recording artist Daughtry reveals today “Waiting for Superman,” the first single from their upcoming fourth album Baptized, due out November 19 on 19/RCA Records.”Waiting for Superman” is produced by Martin Johnson and written by Chris Daughtry, Martin Johnson and Sam Hollander and is available at all digital providers now. Recorded while on tour this summer, the infectious new single takes Daughtry to a new musical level.

“We’re excited to unveil our new musical direction,” says Chris Daughtry. “We wanted to remain true to our roots but at the same time felt the need to push ourselves creatively more than ever. ‘Waiting For Superman’ is a perfect example of the overall theme to the new album.”

Daughtry launched a social media campaign with Hyperactivate last week to release the single artwork and track. Fans could log onto, answer a question and choose to add their Facebook and/or Twitter image to a pixilated picture of the artwork, which eventually comes together like pieces in a puzzle to form the final image.

Daughtry has scored four No. 1 hits, garnered four Grammy nominations, won four American Music Awards, sold over 7.5 million albums, 17 million singles worldwide and sold out concerts around the world. Daughtry’s self-titled debut was the fastest selling rock debut in Soundscan history and its follow up Leave This Town marked the quintet’s second consecutive No. 1 album and Daughtry’s third album Break The Spell was certified gold in 4 weeks of its release. In addition to recording and touring the globe, Daughtry is also dedicated to using its position to raise awareness about a number of charitable causes including an ambassadorship with DC Comics We Can Be Heroes campaign.

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Good News Dept: HeartShare Human Services of New York to Dedicate Home to Q104.3’s Jim Kerr

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Q104.3, New York’s Classic Rock, announced today that its morning show host, Jim Kerr, was honored by HeartShare Human Services of New York during a house dedication ceremony on Wednesday, May 23, 2012. HeartShare, a nonprofit organization that provides residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities, will name one of its group homes for adults the Jim Kerr House.

Kerr hosts the Jim Kerr Rock & Roll Morning Show weekday mornings from 5-9:00 a.m. on Q104.3. He has been a member of the Board of Directors for HeartShare Human Services of New York since 1987. To celebrate Kerr’s 25 years of dedication and commitment to the nonprofit organization, HeartShare will name one of its group homes for adults with developmental disabilities the Jim Kerr House. HeartShare Human Services of New York has 28 group homes and 35 supported apartments, in addition to all of its other services. The Jim Kerr House opened in 2002 in Flushing, Queens and is home to six women with developmental disabilities.

“We felt that Jim’s years of devotion to HeartShare warranted this special recognition,” said HeartShare’s President and CEO William R. Guarinello. “Jim’s involvement in the house will be as steadfast and engaging as his role on the Board of Directors. HeartShare is proud to have Jim’s name on one of our homes.”

“Jim is one of the most humble and modest people you’ll ever meet, especially given his professional and civic accomplishments and contributions,” said Joe Puglise, President and Market Manager, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment New York. “Jim is not only an institution in New York City radio, but he is also a model public servant. We’re thrilled to have him on the Q104.3 team entertaining listeners and serving the local community.”