Standing in front of artwork depicting Manhattan as a yellow submarine and John Lennon as the pilot displaying the peace sign, Yoko Ono joined Bono and other guests to honor her late husband Wednesday.
When Jake McElfresh, the emo singer-songwriter known as Front Porch Step, took the Vans Warped Tour’s acoustic basement stage on July 1 for an unannounced performance, hecklers greeted him. “Go rape some little girls!” someone shouted in the Fairgrounds Nashville audience. “F— you, asshole!” yelled another voice, as seven security guards stood watch.
The Grateful Dead might've brought rock's longest, strangest trip to an end on July 5 in Chicago, but the musicians who constituted the Core 4 of the final iteration of the Dead are far from finished with music.
Taylor Swift has yet again shared video on her Instagram of behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot on her all-star most recent smash, this time featuring Karlie Kloss and Hayley Williams -- a.k.a Knockout and The Crimson Curse.
The Obamas are super-fans, The Roots are collaborators, and Broadway will never be the same: How Lin-Manuel Miranda's insanely topical hip-hop musical Hamilton became the hottest ticket in town -- and, some say, the cultural achievement of the century.
Out August 7 on Loma Vista Recordings, HEALTH’s “Death Magic” sounds like peak Nine Inch Nails filtered through “Yeezus,” in the headspace of a band that had just written the soundtrack for a third person shooter game. Frontman Jake Duzsik, producer Andrew Dawson, and engineer Lars Stalfors discuss how it came together.
Ricky Martin will launch the U.S. leg of his “One World Tour” September 15 and will play 25 dates stateside. With a bonus: 20 of those dates will feature either reggeton star Wisin or Mexican pop duo Ha*Ash as guest acts.