The "This Is Us" star's former boyfriend, Adam Goldstein, better known as DJ AM, died nine years ago.
When I tried to initiate a conversation with my drug prescription dispenser (aka "primary care doctor") about my panic attacks
The book, co-written by Rolling Stone contributing editor Gavin Edwards, hits you like a punch to the gut but there's an overall sense of hope and redemption throughout. It's an intimate look into Barker's life, his craft, his highs, his lows, and his in-betweens.
The Blink-182 drummer's memoir is out later this month.
I don't know anything about drugs. Never tried them. Yet as I write this, I am trying to sign a group with a song called "Bath Salts" and an album titled "D.R.U.G.S.". Danny Brown, my record label's marquee artist, calls himself the Adderall Admiral, openly does interviews high on Molly and raps: "it's a miracle I'm living." I happen to think he is one of the most enthralling artists out. How do I reconcile my respect for Danny and the fact that so many of his wildly creative and entertaining songs revolve around drug usage?
DJing has taken me around the world, exposed me to things I would have never experienced otherwise, allowed me to relive my summer camp adventures and give back to the DJ community that got me to where I am today.
According to a rep for the fund, "We wanted to find a way to continue Adam's legacy of giving back that would include music
Over the course of his career, DJ AM (born Adam Goldstein) played countless celebrity parties and gatherings, but one of
Jay-Z will be singing 'Empire State of Mind' at the Yankees' World Series kickoff tonight, but that's not the song that gets him pumped up for his own workouts. It's Fergie.
As previously reported, MTV is going forward with airing the late DJ AM's "Intervention"-style reality series "Gone Too Far