"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.
Murs, the stage name of Nick Carter, is a hip-hop artist from Los Angeles. At the beginning of his career, Murs stuck to the idea of releasing music with the rap groups such as Living Legends. It was not until 2003 that Murs released his first solo album, appropriate titled The End of the Beginning. Under the name Felt, Murs took a more experimental approach on his second solo album, Murs 3:16, that demonstrated the more thought provoking rap music. He released Sweet Lord, his second record after signing with Warner Bros. in 2006, as a free album for his fans. Beyond rap music, Murs is a member of the hip hop/rock group The Invincibles, that made its debut at Coachella in 2008 with an obvious influence from punk music.
Hailing from Southern California Forever Came Calling is a pop punk band that formed in 2006. The band first captured its emo punk sound on an EP titled HopE.P.assion, in 2010, before signing with Pure Noise Entertainment. Forever Came Calling released its full-length debut, Contender, in 2012.
Attention High School students, do you have a band that has what it takes to perform live at Honda Center? Get your band together, record your best original song, and submit it on DucksGoal.com by December 27th. Only one band member has to be in high school in order to enter. Get your friends to vote for you online so you could win the grand prize of $500 cash, custom Les Paul Guitar, opportunity to play at the House of Blues and much more!
After a semi-final appearance on NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2006, Gabriel Iglesias quickly collected a fan base with a busy touring schedule and his hybrid-style of comedy that incorporates sound effects, storytelling and one-liners. Regularly working with plenty of self-deprecating humor, Iglesias refers to himself as "fluffy" when describing his above-average weight--a catchphrase that has caught on very successfully with his fans. The quick sound effects and assortment of voices that accompany his narratives give his stand-up sets a unique quality that mainstream comedy fans can't seem to get enough of.