The future of Nate Ruess’ old band might be in doubt, but at least it sounds like he’s still having… Okay, we digress. But the Fun. singer sure sounds like he had a blast messing around with every sample and effect available to him in the studio while crafting this new joint.
“It feels like quite a shock that it was eight years -- you know, they do go by, the years, very quickly,” says Róisín Murphy, the Irish singer-songwriter who will release her first album since 2007’s Overpowered next month.
Jamie Foxx is going to be the one singing the "Star-Spangled Banner" this Saturday (May 2) at the inevitably star-studded "Fight of the Century" (a.k.a. Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather), according to TMZ Sports.
Washington, D.C.'s Broccoli City Festival is local through and through. Founded as a community-building initiative for the city's oft-neglected southeastern section, the festival's focus is on healthy living and sustainable urban development first, with good times and good music coming in a very close second. Despite its local focus, BC Fest (as it is affectionately known) organizers have consistently put together lineups worthy of just about any festival stage, and this past weekend's edition (the festival's third) was no exception.
The move will “leverage our expertise in a way that truly redefines the driveway-to-driveway fan experience,” says Dave Scott, president and Chief Operating Officer of Comcast-Spectacor in a statement announcing the rebranding.
Deniro Farrar has a few things to get off his chest. On his new song “World on My Shoulders,” premiered here on The Juice, the North Carolina-born rapper flexes his talent for storytelling, sharing the hardships he overcomes every day, from domestic abuse among his extended family to taking care of his two sons.
Beloved indie singer Grimes continued the social media Tidal defense effort started by Jay Z over the weekend with an Instagram post last night (April 26). She elaborated in a comment on how she has "mad respect" for the much-maligned streaming service, sharing her thoughts about fairness in artist compensation and the music industry alongside a screenshot of one of Jay's tweets.
No matter where you go, there you are. That's the central theme of As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM, a documentary on Adam Goldstein, who battled addiction, obesity and depression before becoming one of the first rock-star DJs and then succumbing to a drug overdose in 2009 at age 36.
The first of this week's batch of Cool Relatable Celebs Lip Syncing on Television has arrived, and this time around, fans have got Michael Strahan channeling his best Bell Biv DeVoe by performing "Poison" on Lip Sync Battle -- with help from some special guests.
D'Angelo is hitting the road this summer for the U.S. leg of his Second Coming tour alongside his band The Vanguard. The long-dormant R&B singer is supporting his latest album Black Messiah with 14 live dates across the country, following a sold-out series of shows in Europe and New York City.
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival at the Fair Grounds Race Course continued Sunday (April 26) with performances by Pitbull, Allen Toussaint and Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett. Here are the highlights from day 3 of Jazz Fest 2015.
n the Jay Ahn-directed video for "Eternal Sunshine" Jhene Aiko not only musters up courage, but also shares it with the world when she narrates the story of when she and her family were in car crash, and when she lost her younger brother, Miyagi Hasani Ayo Chilombo, to cancer.