As Def Jam celebrated its 30-year anniversary Thursday with a massive Barclays Center blowout, one promised guest failed to grace the stage -- Jhené Aiko. The singer later explained why she missed her set online.
“Welcome To New York” is a step down from the first two songs released from 1989 due to the fact that the lyrics feel slipshod, especially when Swift and co-writer Ryan Tedder try to capture the energy of the city.
Although Sia has promoted her current album, '1000 Forms of Fear,' by playing with her back to audiences during TV and live appearances, she faced forward while performing "Chandelier," "Big Girls Cry" and "Breathe Me" to a crowd that included Mitchell, Ashley Olsen and Julia Roberts.
If you were to ask Jimi Westbrook and Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town what the next couple of years would be like following the release of 'Pontoon' in 2012, they might have looked at you like you were crazy.
Record Store Day 2015 won’t be here until April 18, but plenty of collectible vinyl exclusives are just around the corner. Record Store Day just announced its hit list for Nov. 28 -- aka Black Friday -- and there are dozens of vinyl goodies worth setting the post-Thanksgiving alarm for, even if you’d prefer to stay a healthy distance away from Sears, Walmart, Target, etc. on the apex of the holiday shopping season.
"How does a man walk onstage, play for an hour-and-a-half and then not know how to find the bathroom in his own house?" asks Keach, director-producer of 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me,' which starts its theatrical rollout Oct. 24 in New York.