Jessy Schram – A City-Born Woman Who Is Country at Heart
Actresses / Country / Interviews / Movies / Music / Pop Culture / Singers / Television / Video

Jessy Schram – A City-Born Woman Who Is Country at Heart

Jessy Schram A City-Born Woman Who Is Country at Heart By Jay S. Jacobs The new Hallmark Channel movie Country at Heart was tailor made for Jessy Schram, allowing her to merge her skills as an actress and a singer. Schram, who has done several films for the network over the years jumped at the … Continue reading

Gilbert O’Sullivan – It Wasn’t Out of the Question
Concerts / Interviews / Music / Pop Culture / Singers

Gilbert O’Sullivan – It Wasn’t Out of the Question

Gilbert O’Sullivan It Wasn’t Out of the Question by Jay S. Jacobs For years, if American fans wanted to see 1970s sensation Gilbert O’Sullivan in concert, they would have to fly to Europe or Asia or something. You see, O’Sullivan, who was the best selling solo artist of 1972 – beating out the likes of … Continue reading

Gnash – The Leader of the Broken Hearts Club
Concert Photos / Concerts / Interviews / Music / Pop Culture / Psychology / Singers

Gnash – The Leader of the Broken Hearts Club

Gnash The Leader of the Broken Hearts Club by Isa Barnett The members of the Broken Hearts Club rushed into a warm, safe space on the evening of January 20th, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA. Their fierce determination to escape the frigid weather led to anticipation of what was to come. These concert goers were in … Continue reading

Duane Betts – Musician Makes the Case for Both Nature and Nurture When It Comes to Rock N’ Rolling
Americana / Interviews / Music / Pop Culture / Rock & Roll

Duane Betts – Musician Makes the Case for Both Nature and Nurture When It Comes to Rock N’ Rolling

Duane Betts Musician Makes the Case for Both Nature and Nurture When It Comes to Rock N’ Rolling by Brad Balfour Genetics may not determine everything, but for rocker Duane Betts, it was a great place to start. As the son of veteran musician Dickey Betts, who had been a co-founder of the Allman Brothers … Continue reading

Hayley Orrantia – The Goldbergs Actress Likes Her Music Like She Likes Her Tea
Actresses / Comedy / Country / Interviews / Music / Pop Culture / Reality Television / Singers / Television

Hayley Orrantia – The Goldbergs Actress Likes Her Music Like She Likes Her Tea

Hayley Orrantia The Goldbergs Actress Likes Her Music Like She Likes Her Tea by Jay S. Jacobs On television, Hayley Orrantia is known as Erica Goldberg, the brainy and tough only daughter of a Jewish family in the Philadelphia suburban town of Jenkintown back in the 1980s. In real life, Orrantia is brainy and tough, … Continue reading

Things Are Always Better with Jesse McCartney
Actors / Concerts / Country / Dance / Interviews / Music / Pop Culture / Singers

Things Are Always Better with Jesse McCartney

Jesse McCartney Things Are Always Better with Jesse McCartney by Jackie Speiss  It has been about a decade since PopEntertainment.com had the privilege of catching up with singer/songwriter/actor and, of course, self-proclaimed grill master Jesse McCartney. Last time we got the chance to hang out, McCartney had just released his third solo album Departure, which … Continue reading

Moscow Never Sleeps (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
Drama / Foreign Films / Movie Reviews / Movies / Pop Culture / Reviews / Video / Video Reviews

Moscow Never Sleeps (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

MOSCOW NEVER SLEEPS (2015) Starring Alexey Serebryakov, Evgenia Brik, Yuri Stoyanov, Mikhail Efremov, Lubov Aksenova, Oleg Dolin, Anastasia Shalonko, Elena Babenko, Tamara Spiricheva, Rustam Akhmadeyev, Elena Safonova and Sergei Belov. Screenplay by Johnny O’Reilly. Directed by Johnny O’Reilly. Distributed by Cavu Pictures. 96 minutes. Not Rated. With Russia back in the news for all the … Continue reading

Old 97’s & Nicole Atkins – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA – May 2, 2017 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
Concert Photos / Concert Reviews / Concerts / Country / Folk / Music / Music Reviews / Pop Culture / Reviews / Rock & Roll / Singers

Old 97’s & Nicole Atkins – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA – May 2, 2017 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Old 97’s & Nicole Atkins – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA – May 2, 2017 The reliable rock of Old 97’s makes them one of the best modern bands. Their latest record, Graveyard Whistling, is more country than anything they have done in a while and their live programming reflects this. From the first notes … Continue reading