Cash Cash Drops New Single “Escarole” + Announce New Tour Dates!

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Internationally-acclaimed electronic trio Cash Cash return back with the release of their massive new single “Escarole” (stream), which is out today via Big Beat Records and premiered exclusively on Billboard.

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Based in New Jersey and comprised of best friends and brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf, Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch, Cash Cash is hailed for their infectious dance-pop original tracks, including their current infectious track, “Devil,” which features Busta Rhymes, B.o.B. and Neon Hitch (stream). Cash Cash is capping off a successful 2015, which also saw the release of their singles “Untouchable” and “Surrender,” both of which spawned excellent remix EP’s as well.

The trio is also known for their vibrant remixes and their energetic live DJ sets, having rocked festival main stages and clubs across the globe. Cash Cash recently wrapped their nationwide sold-out North American “Untouchable” Tour, co-headlined with Tritonal. They’re following that up with the announcement of new tour dates between now and January, including dates in Atlantic City, Miami Beach, Las Vegas and Honolulu, among others (dates below).

Cash Cash emerged from the start with global recognition and support from renowned DJs and peers, including Tiesto, Hardwell, Zedd, Nicky Romero, captivating dance music fans, insiders and friends along the way. Their hit song “Take Me Home” featuring Bebe Rexha has gathered over 50 million Spotify streams, over 20 million YouTube views, andGold certification in the United States. While “Surrender” reigned on radio, the trio’s second #1 song on dance radio. Cash Cash has reached 129.15 MILLION spins to date on Pandora.

CASH CASH Tour Dates

12/12 - Atlantic City, NJ - Mur Mur

12/19 - La Altagracia, Domenican Republic - Electric Paradise Festival

12/31 - Miami Beach, FL - Surfcomber Hotel

1/02 - Las Vegas, NV - Marquee

1/22 - Honolulu, HI - The Republik

1/30 - Las Vegas, NV - Marquee Nightclub


People Of TomorrowWorld 2015

There is no denying that many TomorrowWorld attendees had it bad, very bad. I was lucky to catch, what was probably one of the last shuttles, at 1:32AM Saturday back to the aLoft or my videographer and I may have been among the thousands stranded. Or gouged by Uber. But, as these photos show, there were many good times to be had at TomorrowWorld. Sending good vibes and energy into the universe...


Fashion Moves: So You Think You Can Dance Finale!

It was a black tie finale at So You Think You Can Dance. The ladies were glam, but the guys really pulled out all the stops, especially Jason and Travis in Dolce & Gabbana and Armani tuxedos. Nigel's Ralph Lauren pants could have fit better but I'll give him a pass since his Tallia Orange blazer was smashing.

Last night, Team Street’s Gaby Diaz was crowned “America’s Favorite Dancer.” The prize package includes $250,000, the cover of Dance Spirit Magazine, and the opportunity to perform in Jennifer Lopez’s exciting new residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. 

Celebrating its momentous 12th season and its exciting new Stage v. Street format, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’s Top 10 Finalists will make their way across North America performing in 70 cities as part of the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE Season 12 Tour. Routing information can be found on


Fashion Moves: So You Think You Can Dance Episode 15

Everyone continues to step up their style on So You Think You Can Dance. Paula Abdul was sexy in a body hugging yellow dress and tWitch was cool in a blue Ted baker v-neck sweater. Nigel and Travis wear suits well and they know it. My fave this week goes to Cat Deeley in her Dries Van Noten ensemble and those killer Givenchy shoes!! The dresses' floral pattern said "nice" but those heels said "naughty!"  

“So You Think You Can Dance” airs Mondays at 8/7C on FOX with host Cat Deeley, judges Nigel LythgoePaula Abdul and Jason Derulo, and mentors Stephen “tWitch” Boss and Travis Wall. Photos: FOX/Adam Rose


Fashion Moves: So You Think You Can Dance Episode 12

"tWitch" sported a pink Ted Baker shirt and Nigel stepped it up in a black Tom Ford shirt but it's Travis who wins most dapper dude in his Moods of Norway suit and Alexander McQueen tie. Paula Abdul was by far the best dressed SYTYCD in a flirty hot pink dress by Michael Costello and matching shoes by YSL. I chatted with Michael at NYFW a couple of years ago and he was as adorable as he is talented. It makes me happy to see this designer evolve and experience so much success. Paula, you look fabulous! That dress is a straight up hit and run...


Stars Celebrate The Dizzy Feet Foundation 5th Annual 'Celebration of Dance' Gala

The Dizzy Feet Foundation (DFF) presented the fifth annual "Celebration of Dance" Gala at Club Nokia last week in Los Angeles. Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Christina Applegate, Jenna Elfman, Paula Abdul, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Billie Lourde, Joely Fisher, Lance Bass, Elizabeth Berkely, Tara Lipinski, Allison Holker, Rosalyn Sanchez, Eric Winter and Ben Vereen were among the celebrities that came to support DFF, a non-profit organization founded by Nigel Lythgoe (American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance) and director Adam Shankman (Hairspray, Rock of Ages), whose mission is to sponsor, fund and/or support access to and the quality of dance education programs that expose children in low-income areas to the lifelong benefits of dance education in the United States.

The evening was filled with exciting performances by Jenna Dewan Tatum with dancer and choreographer Travis Wall (So You Think You Can Dance); Elizabeth Berkley; Kim Eung Hwa Korean Dance and Performance Arts Academy; Body Traffic; Academy of Villains; Joffrey Ballet Dancers Fabrice Calmels and Victoria Jaiani; Cyrus "Glitch" Spencer and Sara "Lil Mini" Pheonix; and the Lulu Washington Dance Theatre and Dancer's Inc. Additionally, there were special performances from DFF Community Program recipient San Pedro City Ballet and a piece created by Stacey Tookey especially for the evening and performed by DFF Scholarship recipients. 

All proceeds from ticket sales benefited The Dizzy Feet Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is threefold: to sponsor, fund and/or support dance education programs that expose children in low-income areas to the lifelong benefits of dance education through and with local community organizations; to provide scholarships to talented students studying at accredited or nationally regarded dance schools, studios or institutions; and in conjunction with recognized credentialing organizations, to support and increase the quality of all styles of dance education in the United States.


An evening at the Atlanta Ballet with DRACULA


I was captivated by Dracula's seduction from the first heartbeat... There are three acts to this production, each one building up to a climatic ending... and erotic... and dark... I was mesmerized from the start. The dancing and choreography, period costuming, set design and musical score worked in unison which brought the audience to a five minute, uninterrupted standing ovation.

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