Brantley Gilbert is definitely used to throwing a "Small Town Throwdown," but now he's taking his party overseas. Gilbert opened up a brief international leg of his tour this past Saturday in Oslo, Norway, as part of the Country 2 Country festival, and he'll play Stockholm, Frankfurt, Cologne and Dublin before wrapping up next Sunday with a C2C date in London.
Less than a week before her new album’s release, Kelly Clarkson spoke to Billboard about promoting music while being pregnant, adjusting to family life and performing around the world this year with a crib on her tour bus.
As the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame readies the 30th anniversary of its annual Induction Ceremony, to be held April 18 at Cleveland's Public Auditorium, the organization will also host another milestone this year -- its first corporate sponsor.
Hozier's breakthrough hit "Take Me to Church" is still perched pretty on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 5, but the Irish singer-songwriter is releasing a new music video from his self-titled album today.
'Immortal Randy Rhoads: The Ultimate Tribute' (UDR Music) contains a roll call of stars covering tunes that Rhoads co-wrote either with Ozzy Osbourne or Quiet Riot, the band he quit so he could partner with the Prince of Darkness. Billboard has the exclusive
Led Zeppelin fans should mark their calendars for March 30. Amongst all the classic album reissues, they’re getting another blast from the past -- a feature-length film of classic live footage from the band’s glory years, screening in select U.S. theaters for one night only.
Twenty years after "Creep" ended its four-week run atop the Hot 100 in February 1995, the group's Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins spoke to Billboard about the personal situation that inspired "Creep," which chronicles a female who is sick of her boyfriend's cheating and decides to give him a taste of his own medicine.
Bill Murray is everywhere at any time, so in hindsight, we shouldn't be too surprised that one place he showed up with in the studio with Rick Ross -- where, if a bunch of photos are to be believed -- it looks like a great time was had by all.
Tom DeLonge may no longer be playing with Blink-182, but he’s certainly keeping busy. On April 20, DeLonge will release To The Stars, his first true solo collection, possibly including unheard Blink demos