Thursday, November 21, 2013

Paramount’s Sexiest Men in The Music Industry

Earlier this week People Magazine revealed the winner of the Sexiest Man Alive 2013, so in the spirit of reference we decided to keep the eye candy flowing and search for the sexiest men in the music industry. We searched for the men who made it big this year; with no genres off limits we narrowed down our list to 25 men. In no specific order, here are the top 25 sexiest men in the music industry:
  1. Adam Levine
  2. Justin Timberlake
  3. Luke Bryan
  4. Jake Owen
  5. Drake
  6. Bruno Mars
  7. Robin Thicke
  8. Calvin Harris
  9. Prince Royce
  10. Keith Urban
  11. Don Omar
  12. Dallas Green
  13. Andrew McMahon
  14. Steven Jankins
  15. Sean Foreman
  16. Parker Cannon
  17. Jason Derulo
  18. Jay Sean
  19. Rian Dawson
  20. Jake Bundrick
  21. Philip Phillips
  22. Blake Shelton
  23. Pharrell Williams
  24. Usher
  25. Nick Jonas

We hope we satisfied your sweet tooth with all the deliciously talented men. If there’s a sexy man you think didn’t make the #paramountssexiest list let us know!

Friday, November 15, 2013

Beards are Back in Style

Beards are back in style and since we are in the mist of No Shave November we decided to check out the growth of the best beards in the music industry. In a recent study, researchers were able to prove that men with heavy stubble increase their attractiveness, health, and masculinity and we couldn’t agree any more. Here are our Top 15 Best Beards in no specific order:

  1. Scott Ian of Anthrax
  2. Caleb Followill of Kings of Leon
  3. Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead
  4. Jeremy Davis of Paramore
  5. Clarence Greenwood of Citizen Cope
  6. Ted Dwayne & Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons
  7. Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters
  8. Andy Williams of Everytime I Die
  9. Mike Hrancia of the Devil Wears Prada
  10. John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday
  11. Dusty Hill & Billy Gibbons of Z.Z Top
  12. Neil Fallon of Clutch
  13. William Fitzsimmons
  14. Rick Ross
  15. John Legend 

So whether your beard is clean cut or scruffy, full beard or mutton chops, we want to see your #paramountbeards and on the behalf of every woman we thank you!

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Way Back Wednesday: Best of The ‘90s

It’s Wednesday and that means we are going way back and bringing you the best of the 90’s. We narrowed down our list from over 100 songs to only 35 and it was anything but easy. Here are the songs, in no specific order that made the cut:

1.     Britney Spears- “Baby One More Time”
2.     Blind Mellon- “No Rain”
3.     Red Hot Chili Peppers- “Under the Bridge”
4.     Salt N Pepa-“Whatta Man”
5.     TLC- “Creep”
6.     Aaliyah- “Are You That Somebody”
7.     Biggie Smalls- “Hypnotize”
8.     Missy Elliot- “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”
9.     Montell Jordan- “This is How We Do It”
10.  Spice Girls- “Wannabe”
11.  Alanis Morissette- “You Oughta Know”
12.  Mariah Carey- “Always be My Baby”
13.  Whitney Houston- “I Will Always Love You”
14.  Madonna- “Vogue”
15.  Nirvana- “Smells Like Teen Spirit”
16.  Aerosmith- “Cryin’”
17.  R.E.M- “Losing My Religion”
18.  Sinead O’Connor- “Nothing Compares To You”
19.  Guns N' Roses – “November Rain”
20.  No Doubt – “Just A Girl”
21.  Ice Cube- “It Was a Good Day”

22.  Korn- “Freak on a Leash”
23.  Christina Aguilera- “Genie In A Bottle”
24.  Third Eye Blind- “Semi-Charmed Life”
25.  *NSYNC - “Tearin’ Up My Heart”
26.  Counting Crows- “Mr. Jones”
27.  Pearl Jam - “Jeremy”
28.  Beastie Boys - “Sabotage”
29.  Sublime- “What I Got”
30.  Dave Matthews Band- “Crash Into Me”
31.  Smashing Pumpkins- “Tonight, Tonight”
32.  Weezer- “Buddy Holly”
33.  Ace Of Base- “Sign”
34.  Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories- “Stay”
35.  Deep Blue Something- “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”

Wanna see what didn’t make the cut? Check it out right here and let us know what some of your favorite ‘90s songs are! 

Monday, November 4, 2013

Celebrity Sightings at The Paramount

Here at The Paramount we have sighted celebrities in the audience supporting their favorite bands. From professional athletes to other artists here are some of the celebrities that have stopped by The Paramount for food, drinks, and live music.

Two weeks ago, Paul Rudd came down for the surprise Billy Joel concert and Governor Cuomo was also in the audience that night. Although it was the first time Billy graced our stage, it wasn’t the first time he visited our venue. Billy has been spotted enjoying a show accompanied by his daughter, Alexa Ray, who like her father, is also a musician.   

Back in May, down town Huntington received a visit from L.L. Cool Jay who came down to watch Rockin’ Fights 8 held at The Paramount. The rapper and actor, who was born in Bay Shore, made an appearance, along with Star Boxing CEO and President Joe DeGuardia.

Over the weekend, Matt Soren originally from Roslyn, New York, but earlier this year was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies, was in the audience for Chazz Palminteri’s “A Bronx Tale.” Actor Alec Baldwin’s brother, Billy Baldwin was also in attendance for the award winning one-man show. Other celebrity guests include Lady Gaga’s mom, actress Winona Ryder, and New York Yankees player Bernie Williams.  

Sign up for our FREE e-newsletter on our website to stay updated on new show announcements. Make sure you like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter; you never know if you’ll spot a celebrity at our next show! Let us know who else you’ve sighted at The Paramount enjoying the concert.