A two-man show with its emotional core in a missing third man.
Live Review: Spike Jonze, Ad-Rock, and Mike D Tell the Beastie Boys Story at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre (4/9)
Mike D and Ad-Rock shared several more andecdotes from their newly revealed, Beastie Boys Book, on The Tonight Show.
Jarvis Cocker, Jeff Tweedy, Nas, Will Ferrell, Spike Jonze, and Chloë Sevigny also have credits.
Beastie Boys’ new memoir reveals embarrassing stories, including horrific original title of debut album
Mike D and Ad-Rock also reveal why they fired their first drummer (she was a girl).
Beastie Boys Book was authored by founding members Ad-Rock and Mike D, with additional contributions from Spike Jonze, Wes Anderson, and Amy Poehler, among others.
Plus, Spoon share a new Spotify playlist featuring tracks they want tour mates Grizzly Bear to cover.
“I believe the allegations against my father are true, and I stand behind the women that made them,” says Ad-Rock.
The movie, which stars Fran Kranz and Mary Elizabeth Ellis, is the hard rocker’s feature film debut.
“Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven” references Ad-Rock instead of Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch.
The hip-hop legend supports women’s reproductive rights and rejects Trump’s vision of America.
Original Beastie Boys guitarist credited for coming up with the band’s name.
Plus, longtime label Capitol Records raises its Beastie Boys flag for the first time since 1989.