Following the deaths of two teenage concertgoers at HARD Summer earlier this month, Live Nation has agreed to cancel an upcoming HARD event, as well as scale back another and increase its safety precautions.
With his upcoming album Dark Matter in the works, Wu-Tang Clan MC GZA is laser focused on the creative process -- so much so that he canceled some of his tour dates. While disappointment may have fallen upon his fans, the rapper finds solace in the studio with what he calls a "rare" collaborator: Vangelis.
After his first album 'Up All Night' -- country’s top-selling debut in 2012 and home to hit single “Somethin’ ’Bout a Truck” -- singer Kip Moore is ready to reclaim his glory with sophomore set 'Wild Ones' (Aug. 21, MCA Nashville). The Tifton, Ga., native, 35, co-wrote all of the album’s tracks, inspired by memories of fishing trips with dad, classic grunge, Coldplay and, of course, Bruce.
Fresh off her first headlining tour and appearances at festivals like Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, firebrand singer-songwriter Elle King is having a breakout year. Her debut, Love Stuff, was released in February, with single "Ex's & Oh's" currently at No. 67 on the Hot 100.
Garrett Borns, who performs under the name Børns, grew up in in Michigan surrounded by the arts. As a teenager he studied visual artists and filmmaking, but soon discovered that music was his true passion.
'Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music,' the forthcoming memoir from Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty, tells the singer's version of the band’s fractious history and long legal battle with producer Saul Zaentz. In this exclusive excerpt, Fogerty, now 70, explains why he refused to play with former bandmates Stu Cook and Doug Clifford at CCR’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.
While many artists and organizations are responding to Donald Trump’s anti-Latino rhetoric with outrage, one group of socially conscious Latinos are using a weapon that should never be underestimated: comedy.
On this week's episode, Austin Mahone shows me how to perform some of his “Dirty Work” moves… while causing a ruckus in the actual Billboard New York offices. Watch Austin Mahone’s tutorial, and try to follow along yourself!
Miley Cyrus decided she didn't entirely dominate pop culture enough in the past 24 hours, so she went ahead and released a music video for "Dooo It!," the song off the just-dropped Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz that she closed out the VMAs with Sunday night.
We've compiled a week's worth of Burning Man mixes, ranging from epic adventure soundtracks to late night desert lullabies. Close your eyes and listen to this special edition of Mix Mondays -- you just might convince yourself you're home.