10:57 AM EDT 09/17/2015
Originally posted 08/27/2015 04:00PM
Everyone knows the true mark of a music video's quality is the number of decent parody videos it inspires. (Disclaimer: This is not true.)
Originally posted 08/03/2015 10:35PM
[YOUTUBE "XWPCZeZY9pw"] While the Bruno Mars-Mark Ronson collaboration "Uptown Funk" first came out last November, there's a video that only hit the web this week that's giving people a reason to enjoy the song in a whole new way.
Originally posted 06/30/2015 12:20PM
Rick Astley has, at this point, transcended his humble roots as the red-haired baritone behind 1987's "Never Gonna Give You Up" to become something of a benevolent Internet figurehead. (If you're not familiar with "Rickrolling," or the practice of pretending to link out to something but instead linking out to the video for "Never Gonna Give You Up," you must spend your days in a different part of the Internet than we do.)
Originally posted 04/05/2015 04:50AM
Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson's infectious hit "Uptown Funk" isn't going away yet!
Originally posted 08/24/2012 12:30PM
"One day you will come to Montauk ... hope you won't turn around and go," Rufus Wainwright sings on the piano-driven ballad "Montauk" (from his latest album, Out of the Game) about his favorite seaside town.
On Thursday, friends and family flocked to the rustic beach community at the end of Long Island to see the singer marry his longtime partner Jorn Weisbrodt. And no one left early!
Wainwright, 39, and Weisbrodt, the German-born artistic director of the Luminato Festival, wore custom Viktor & Rolf Monsieur and were married by a longtime friend, the artist Justin Vivian Bond.
Originally posted 01/06/2011 01:30PM
After two years without an official concert, Amy Winehouse is back in action.
The long-troubled singer (who dropped out of the Coachella festival in 2009 but took the stage with Mark Ronson in July and performed a surprise set in October) will play five dates in Brazil, followed by a show in Dubai.
She arrived in Brazil on Wednesday looking thin, but relatively healthy, according on an onlooker.
Originally posted 09/15/2008 12:40PM
Mark Ronson, the DJ music producer and brother of Lindsay Lohan's gal pal Samantha Ronson, has split from his girlfriend, model Daisy Lowe, PEOPLE has confirmed.
Reps for Lowe and Ronson declined to give a reason why the pair ended their relationship after about six months.
Lowe, 19, has returned to London for a week of fashion shows. She was seen with Ronson last week at a bash to celebrate his 33rd birthday at a country home in Buckinghamshire, in the English countryside. But they parted in New York where she was working at the city's fashion week, and where Ronson has a home.
Originally posted 08/12/2008 01:25PM
Christmas lunch with Al Pacino, working with Amy Winehouse and Kate Moss ... and love life questions from airport security guards?
That's how it is for Samantha Ronson, Lindsay Lohan's celebrity deejay girlfriend, and her two hipster siblings, music producer Mark and fashion designer Charlotte, who open up about their high-profile lives in the September issue of Harper's Bazaar, on sale Aug. 19.
When asked about la vida Lohan, a protective Ronson, 31 (who along with her older brother and twin sister dressed as the quirky title characters of the film The Royal Tenenbaums for the feature), says: "She's great. She's also 22 years old. I think people forget that."
Originally posted 02/14/2008 02:15PM
Mark Ronson says his experience at the Grammys on Sunday night was a hungry one.
"It was a bit of a long day," the award winning producer told PEOPLE at London's H&M store opening Wednesday. "All my awards were in the beginning of the day before you see the glamorous thing on TV so I was sitting with no food and water next to my mum for nine hours. It was just like Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday where you have to fast."
Ronson who produced Amy Winehouse's Grammy-winning album Back to Black, picked up the producer of the year trophy at Sunday's show, then flew to the U.K., for a surprise gig at the high street chain's new flagship store opening in central London. (Also there: a bevy of fashionistas, as well as rock offspring Kelly Osbourne and Peaches Geldof, who took to the DJ booth later in the evening.)
Originally posted 02/12/2008 02:55PM
He was just named producer of the year at Sunday's Grammy Awards but Mark Ronson recently earned another major designation – his American citizenship.
"I actually just got my American citizenship," Ronson, who was born in London but lived in New York, told PEOPLE at Microsoft Zune's Grammy party in Hollywood. "I wanted to be able to vote in this election – that's why I got it."
The mastermind behind Amy Winehouse's Grammy-winning album Back to Black, Ronson plans to reunite with Winehouse. "We're going to work on a record together sometime this year," he said. As for his Grammy honors, he adds that he's still a little bit in shock. "I never thought I'd be nominated. I'm always deejay-ing someone else's Grammy party. I'm always the bridesmaid."
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