Beer me some new Bones. He is a great philosopher. "Beer Me" is a probable reference to "The Office" show. As for the "bones" - your guess is as good as mine!
david choi- won't even start
La Camisa Negra by Juanes.
Pete Wentz said in front of a camera that they will be active with their music again in 2012.
no they just wanted a friend to be in the music video
The cast of Scumbag Official Music Video by Leave It to Us - 2012 includes: Dustin Castella as Drum and Back Up Vocal Evan Finkelstein as Lead Vocal and Bass Bryan Montsalvetge as Guitar and Back Up Vocal
Pete Wentz plays bass and back up vocals/ screamer Joe Trohman plays guitar and is a back up vocalist Andy Hurley plays drums and percussion Patrick stump is the lead singer and plays guitar
Its called "Let me think about it" Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand. Been searching for a name for this music video for ages.
Do you mean back-up singers? Or do you mean "who was in the music video''?
Andrew (Andy) Hurley--Drums. Patrick Stump--lead vocals and guitar. Joe Trohman--lead guitar. Pete Wentz--back up vocals, bass.
The Lean Back music video was released in the year 2004. The song is performed by the Terror Squad and is from the album True Story.
Their called Kittie, and the music video was Charlotte.
Amy Winehouse's heart.
no it was just in the music video want u back
no they are not and she has a new bf
Currently, I'm not aware of any Miley being in Taylor Swift's official music video of We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.
Back to December as already been debuted
The first recording with an electric guitar was back in the 50's, by American Country Music duo Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant, it featured West on the pedal steel guitar and Bryant on the electric guitar.
Roger Taylor's back yard.
it is demi lavato in the haunted music video
Robert Miles - Children
In his music video want u back says he has an iPhone.
Either Mine or Back to December!
The first instance of a music video can be traced back to 1894. A projector sent images on a screen while music played, and was referred to as illustrated music.