Following the release of 1999's Electric Honey on Capitol, New York alt-rock group Luscious Jackson called it quits. In the time since, the band members-singer/bassist Jill Cunniff, singer/guitarist Gabby Glaser and drummer Kate Schellenbach-have pursued solo albums and production projects, as well as families.
Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis made their live U.S. debut at Las Vegas' iHeartRadio festival on Friday as the night's surprise guests. Ylvis also confirmed that Warner Music has signed them to a worldwide deal following the runaway success of their viral video for satire song "The Fox."
Elvis Costello has appeared three times on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," each time enlisting Fallon's house band the Roots to join him. The musicians have reimagined old Costello tracks, explored new ones and offered innovative interpretations of Bruce Springsteen and Nina Simone. During the past four years, these seemingly one-off performances have evolved into something far more significant.