The Mumford & Sons camp has been quiet since the band went on hiatus last September, but last night, the quartet's banjo player, Winston Marshall, gave an interview stating that the best-selling folk group was no more.
On this week's episode, Jason and Keith discuss the unstoppable run of the "Frozen" soundtrack; Lana Del Rey's "Born To Die" crossing 1 million copies sold; Lady Gaga's "G.U.Y." music video; and whether the sales debuts of YG, Foster The People and Skrillex were impressive or depressing. There's also an interview with rising pop star Betty Who.
Ten years after Zach Braff's directorial debut, "Garden State," spawned one of the biggest soundtracks of last decade, the former "Scrubs" star's follow-up feature, "Wish I Was Here," will feature some of indie rock's brightest stars on its soundtrack.
The indigenous Australian pop star and actor is the reigning ARIA female artist of the year, and one of the biggest-selling homegrown artists Down Under. Mauboy will perform a “specially written” song during the interval for the second semi-final on May 8.
Kat Graham, in a partnership with Maker Studios, is looking to expose the inner working of her music career to all -- and, perhaps, dispel the notion that actresses who cross over to music shouldn't be taken seriously.
On Apr. 8, the Australian-born pop artist will return with "Slow Dancing," her second EP and first official release on RCA Records -- and a few weeks before the project drops, the singer stopped by the Billboard studios in New York to perform two new songs.
To help ring in the release of her new album "Shakira" on Tuesday (Mar. 25), Shakira unveiled the official music video to second single "Empire," which finds the Colombian superstar ditching the altar to prance around in a meadow and burn bright -- as in, she's literally on fire.
Taylor Swift spent several hours visiting the pediatric center at a New York City hospital over the weekend, and the cameras were rolling when she surprised a 17-year-old girl suffering from post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease.