Four years after the release of their 2011 breakthrough debut, 'My Head Is An Animal,' Icelandic alternative rockers Of Monsters And Men are close to returning with their sophomore album. At an intimate gathering at L.A.'s Henson Studios Thursday night, journalists and industry figures were treated to a preview, hearing seven songs that drew applause after every track.
Rock band Foo Fighters and country duo Florida Georgia Line lead the latest Hot Tours ranking of the week's top-grossing touring artists with box office revenue reported from winter treks of their ongoing tours.
If the music industry were a sports league, 2014 marked Bobby Brackins' breakthrough season. Billboard caught up with the "2 On" and "Loyal" songwriter to discuss "Jam", his songwriting success and goals for his career both onstage and behind-the-scenes.
In late 2014, McMahon left the major label game and his Jack’s Mannequin moniker to release his self-titled debut as Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, a sparkling, breath-of-fresh-air piano pop record. He stopped by Billboard’s weekly rock and alternative podcast to fill us in on what he’s been up to lately.
The Sleater-Kinney 2015 reunion extravaganza rolled on last night (Feb. 26), with the first of two sold out shows at New York’s Terminal 5, a venue far larger than what the trio would have played prior to its 2006 split.
As it begins a fresh label relationship -- with Razor & Tie -- for its sophomore album, the Detroit heavy rock troupe Wilson promises that the music on the as-yet-untitled set will reflect its raised stature.
Randy Jackson has worked with most of the best performers of the last 30 years -- a group that includes Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen, and Madonna. Right now, his focus is on the band North of Nine.
Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson play a game of cops and robbers in the wacky music video for their joint single "Trouble," resulting in a high-speed car chase that ends in a highly improbably dance collaboration.