In Ballroom D of the Austin Convention Center, the legendary Neil Young presented his final thesis -- an oddly altruistic sales pitch may be more accurate -- on a long-simmering project: the Pono music player.
Wayne Kramer is proudly "a guy that comes from an era of being highly critical of the government -- and is still fairly critical of much of what our government does." But when it comes to putting rock stars on U.S. postage stamps, the MC5 alumnus is all for it.
Uh oh: The giant Doritos vending machine stage is back. But so are 2,200 acts as Austin walks the fine line of enticing indie influencers as brands pay for it all -- and the battle for its soul remains in the balance
"The Possibilities Are Endless" is a unique combination of an art film and documentary. At its heart is a story of recovery -- specifically from a hemorrhagic stroke -- and a love story, a tale of dedication, mystery and memory, rather heady stuff for a tale of a Glaswegian rock star.
For the first time since the twosome wrapped their Watch the Throne tour in 2012, rap royalty Kanye West and Jay Z will perform a full concert this Wednesday (March 12) at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.
In his first interview for "Jimi: All By My Side," producer Danny Bramson talks about boarding the project four years ago, securing a Beatles classic and the casting of a right-handed rapper-musician to play the world's most famous left-handed guitar icon.
After reports last week that Lady Gaga was denied a permit to perform at the Doritos 56-foot vending machine-shaped #BoldStage on the corner of Austin’s 5th and Red River Streets, the "Artpop" singer is set to headline the outdoor stage at Stubb’s on March 13, which will become the temporary home of the #BoldStage that night.