The Nashville Songwriters Association International have announced the inductees into the NSAI Hall of Fame, with four of Music City’s top tunesmiths being selected for induction this October. Being named to the Hall of the “Class of 2014” are John Anderson, Paul Craft, Tom Douglas, and Gretchen Peters.
As a major retrospective of the artist's work - which has shattered auction records - rolls into New York, the artist talks about the making of one of his most iconic pieces: a larger-than-life rendering of the King of Pop and his beloved pet chimpanzee.
Aerosmith's Joe Perry isn't expecting any sort of replay of the group's notorious 1988 tour with Guns N' Roses when it hits the road Thursday (July 10) in Wantagh, N.Y., for a summer tour with Slash and his Conspirators.
After Garth Brooks and the Dublin City Council engaged in some back-and-forth regarding the country superstar's planned five-night run at the city's Croke Park from July 25-29, the City Council has summarily "won," and all five shows have been scrapped.
MGMT and Grimes are heading to San Diego's Comic-Con International, where MGMT will play a live set and Grimes will DJ at a party for CraveOnline. The event will take place aboard the USS Midway, an aircraft carrier .
"Shut your mouth/Boy I think you know who run this house," Fifth Harmony command in unison on their hard-nosed new single "Bo$$." The track reflects a marked maturation from last year's "Better Together" EP, and in the music video, which was released on Tuesday (July 8), the ladies once again prove that they mean business
To paraphrase Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, if we don’t know Morrissey by now, we will never, ever, ever know Morrissey. Last year, the famously self-absorbed former Smiths frontman released the memoir “Autobiography,” his 457-page attempt to let fans into the weird little world he calls home.