Leave it to Tonight Show king Jimmy Fallon to make musical chairs the best game ever. How? He added beer. And The Roots. And Ryan Reynolds. And Katie Holmes. All those parts may not be required to enjoy this soon to be party favorite (for legal folks, obvs) -- but if so, you definitely want Katie Holmes on your team.
Vince Gill is known for his pitch-perfect notes on beautiful love ballads like “Look At Us” and songs of anguish and heartbreak such as “Worlds Apart.” However, underneath those angelic tones is another little-known goal of the Country Music Hall Of Fame member: He would love to record an album that steered away from that image, a la The Statler Brothers' alter egos Lester "Roadhog" Moran and the Cadillac Cowboys.
From working in his own Sheeran pseudo-raos into his music, to freestyling with Waka Flocka, to appearing on Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club last year, he wants you to know there’s more to him than strumming the acoustic guitar.
In interviews leading up to 'Don’t You,' their long-gestating debut, Brooklyn synth-pop minimalists Wet discussed the pressure of being on Columbia. Without blaming the label, singer Kelly Zutrau suggested the trio had overthought its sound and included a couple of songs that, ideally, she would have left off.
After the release of their latest single "Swim" -- and trading synths for guitars -- NY-based outfit Episode returns to Billboard to share the final song off their forthcoming sophomore EP, the striking acoustic track "Lost In Cali" exclusively via Billboard.
Ian Connor is likely younger than you, and definitely cooler than you. Though only twenty-two years old, Connor is already the head consultant for Kanye West’s creative team where he decides, based on his own signature style, what clothing is cool and what's not. With his bleach blonde dreads, Pollock-esque smattering of tattoos, and cigarette-smoking snarl, Connor oozes the kind of confidence that comes with being young, hot, and cosigned by some of the biggest artists in the game.
Funny or Die released its very own 50-minute spoof short movie about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump called Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal, starring Johnny Depp as Mr. Donald Trump himself.
When Lana Del Rey drops a new video, it’s a good idea to stop what you’re doing and clear out some space in your schedule. And that’s not just because they tend to be long; yes, this new one is 11 minutes, but like “High By the Beach” and “Music to Watch Boys To” it’s going to leave you pondering Lana’s mesmerizing persona.
Brooklyn 99 actress and comedian Chelsea Peretti unleashed a bevy of sick burns at TechCrunch’s ninth annual Crunchies awards on Monday night, which as she noted, had "all the glitz and glam of the Oscars with none of the pressure of public interest."
Programmers of Classic Rock, Classic Hits and Jammin' Oldies stations must consider how to best give acts their moment, especially knowing how many more times they are likely to deal with the passing of a well-known artist in 2016 and beyond.
Eagles co-founders Don Henley and Bernie Leadon will be joined by guitarist Joe Walsh, bassist Tim Schmidt and Jackson Browne to pay tribute to their bandmate and friend -- and it’s hard to imagine that they wouldn’t play “Take It Easy.”