Paul McCartney's ongoing Driving USA tour will produce a home video/DVD release, according to the artist. "It will be a documentary," McCartney said Friday before his first of two shows at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Sixty artists from around the world graced four stages at the third Coachella Valley Music & Arts festival over the weekend in Indio, Calif., playing before crowds of 30,000 on both days. The event featured its fair share of surprises and also gave a number of acts, including Oasis, the Strokes, Queens Of The Stone Age, and the Foo Fighters, the opportunity to unveil new material.
TLC member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes will be laid to rest Thursday (May 2) in Lithonia, Ga., according to a statement from her manager. The funeral will take place at 11 a.m. at the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. A private visitation for family and friends will be held in Atlanta the night before the services.
The winner of a songwriting contest launching today (April 29) will hear their song recorded by the King of Pop. AOL Music's Michael Jackson Songwriting Contest will produce a song that Jackson will record and release, with all proceeds tabbed to benefit children's charities around the world.
Canadian rock trio Rush has confirmed 10 West Coast dates for the second leg of its North American tour. The additional stateside run in support of the forthcoming Anthem/Atlantic album "Vapor Trails," will launch Sept. 14 in George, Wash.
Of all the great live rock albums issued in the '70s, Little Feat's Waiting for Columbus was perhaps the most revelatory, because it showcased the full power of this group in a way that its studio discs could never do.
Like its predecessors on David Byrne's Luaka Bop label, the latest effort by Peruvian sensation Susana Baca reflects the artist's ongoing fascination with her country's black music heritage, which traditionally has been overshadowed by Peru's Andean folkore legacy.