The Weeknd doesn't want to hang out with you -- if you're SNL cast member Kate McKinnon. In the newly released SNL Promos with Amy Schumer, The Weeknd stays relatively quiet until Kate McKinnon asks to hang out after the show. Unfortunately for McKinnon, he's got plans, you know, a thing -- no, wait, he's got the flu.
On first listen, Brothers Osborne’s “Stay a Little Longer” could be an ode to the one-night stand, a simmering meditation on questionable late-night activities that explodes into a gnarly guitar solo that had to be hacked by nearly two minutes for radio airplay. But underneath the masterful shredding of John Osborne and his brother TJ’s melting vocals is a yearning rock ballad about the tortures of love and one question that’s stumped us all in relationships: What the hell are we doing?
Kicking off their tour in New York City Wednesday night at the Highline Ballroom, the duo functioned as a bridge between contemporary country’s pop-crossover imperative and the genre’s more traditional pillars.
Three of regional Mexican music’s top stars, Gerardo Ortiz, his younger brother Kevin Ortiz, and Luis Coronel, have signed on with Estrella TV’s Fenomeno Studios and MetroPCS to bring fans an intimate acoustic concert experience, #AsiEsMiHistoria, starting Oct. 9.
“It is an honor to pay tribute through this stamp to an artist who transcended borders and through his talent and popularity extended the influence of Latin American music,” a postal service announcement said of Cerati.
Alt-rock bands don’t get signed by major labels like they used to, but that hasn’t phased Bully. The Nashville quartet released its killer debut album "Feels Like" on the Columbia Records imprint StarTime in June 2015, and the results sound pretty darn good.
Spectra Presents will strive to bring events to markets that are often under the radar of national concert tours and shows, many of which suffer from a dearth of live entertainment, even though history shows those markets can sell tickets.
Having Alison Mosshart's feature video as the final installment of the The Dead Weather's series of individual band members' clips tied to the group's new 'Dodge and Burn' album seems wholly appropriate to guitarist-keyboardist Dean Fertita.