Brantley Gilbert

Brantley Gilbert on Upcoming Kenny Chesney Tour: 'I'm Just Thankful to Learn From Him'

Brantley Gilbert is definitely having a spring to remember. As his current single, "One Hell of an Amen" continues to climb the charts (currently No. 25 on the Hot Country Songs chart), and his Just As I Am album inches closer to million-selling status each week, the Georgia native has recently began to reap some of the rewards of his success.
Tyler Farr photographed in 2014.

Tyler Farr Goes From Bro to Brooding on Sophomore Album ‘Suffer in Peace’: Album Review

In country songwriting, fighting words are often leavened with robust wit. It couldn't have been lost on Tyler Farr that his first big hit, 2013's cheater-­confronting "Redneck Crazy," came off more menacing than amusing. But he's found an artful way to expand beyond both that song and the hip-hop-cribbing flirtations on his debut LP of the same name. If he was ever viewed as bro country, the brooding performances on 'Suffer in Peace' will change that.
U2

U2 Plays Subway: Watch Bono Sing 'Angel of Harlem' as New York City Busker

U2 is appearing on "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon" this Friday (May 8), and it looks like the band has already done some filming for its big night. Yesterday (May 4), the quartet was filmed performing “Angel of Harlem” as buskers in New York City’s Grand Central Station subway stop.
Andy Grammer

Andy Grammer on the Success of 'Honey, I'm Good,' Relationship Tips and Touring

Following the success of his breakout hit 'Keep Your Head Up' and eponymous 2011 debut, pop singer-songwriter Andy Grammer, 31, struck gold once again. His latest chart smash, 'Honey, I'm Good,' most recently scaled the Hot 100 to No. 28 long after the October 2014 release of his sophomore LP 'Magazines or Novels.' Speaking with Billboard, the Los Angeles, Calif., native breaks down the inspiration for the feel-good jam, offers relationship advice and hints at what's next in his blossoming career.
Prefuse 73

Prefuse 73 Premieres Spacey New Album 'Rivington Não Rio'

After releasing eight albums over 11 years, Guillermo S. Herren -- aka, Prefuse 73 -- left his longtime label home and spent four years away from the project. Finally, Prefuse 73 is back with a new album and a new label home for its glitchy, left-field electronic music.
A$AP Rocky 2015

A$AP Rocky Plays Word Association: The Rapper on Iggy Azalea, Kanye and More (Watch)

He’s sold over 500,000 albums, his 2013 Long. Live. ASAP album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and he’s earned the industry’s respect for his uncompromising and obscure lyricism. It would be a fair assessment to call hip-hop artist A$AP Rocky, who covers the new issue of Billboard, a master of words -- so naturally, we were curious about what comes to mind when he hears specific ones.
willis clan 2013

The Willis Clan's 'Fair Weather Love': Exclusive Song Premiere from TLC Family

The Willis Clan could definitely qualify as a modern-day Von Trapp Family. Parents Toby and Brenda and their twelve children have carved out quite the reputation for their musical skills, landing on such television series as America's Got Talent and The Today Show. Their talents have also won them the attention of the Grand Ole Opry, where they have performed many times during their career.
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus Helps Homeless Youth With Backyard Joan Jett Jam Session: Watch

Miley Cyrus is continuing to prove that there is, most assuredly, life after twerking with Robin Thicke -- beyond collaborating with the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne and continuing to #FreeTheNipple whenever possible, the former teen idol is now starting her own charity to aid homeless youth and also to raise awareness about LGBT issues.
Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher Has Some Gross Thoughts on Zayn Malik's Sex Life

The Oasis brothers have vitriolic opinions on seemingly everything under the sun, so it should come as no surprise that in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Noel Gallagher shared his detailed thoughts on Zayn Malik's sex life.
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift Kicks Off 1989 Tour in Tokyo, Talks About Her Life-Changing Year

Taylor Swift started her 1989 Tour at Tokyo Dome in the city’s Suidobashi district on Tuesday night. The 55,000 seat cylindrical stadium was packed to the hilt, and the organizers placed light-emitting wristbands on every seat so the entire crowd illuminated and changed colors in unison.

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