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  • Paul McCartney to return to site of Beatles' Japan concerts

    Paul McCartney to return to site of Beatles' Japan concerts

    Paul McCartney announced March 10 he was adding a new date to his One on One Tour with an April 25 show at the Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. The site was the location of five shows over three days by the Beatles from June 30 to July 2 in 1966. The new show moves the beginning of this year's One on One...
  • Ringo Starr and 2016 All-Starr Band set to rock on AXS TV this month

    Ringo Starr and 2016 All-Starr Band set to rock on AXS TV this month

    AXS TV has announced that a show by former Beatle Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band from 2016 will premiere on the cable channel at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT on March 26. The band, which includes Todd Rundgren, Steve Lukather of Toto, Gregg Rolie of Santana, Richard Page of Mr. Mister, drummer Gregg...
  • Nicki Minaj releases three new songs, including 'No Frauds' featuring Lil Wayne & Drake

    Nicki Minaj releases three new songs, including 'No Frauds' featuring Lil Wayne & Drake

    The Young Money crew have once again joined forces for three new collaborations. Well, two collaborations and one solo song. The song with all three of Young Money's big players on it is "No Frauds," which features Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lil Wayne. Minaj also put out a solo song entitled "Regret In...
  • Brooklyn Congressman Hakeem Jeffries recited lyrics to Biggie Small's "Juicy" on the floor of the House of Representatives in Washington D.C

    A Brooklyn Congressman recited Biggie Smalls’ 'Juicy' on the House Floor

    Countless hip-hop and music fans took to social media on Thursday to remember the late Chris Wallace, more commonly known as The Notorious B.I.G., on the 20th anniversary of the rapper's death. From celebrities in Hollywood to teenagers in Biggie’s home borough of Brooklyn, New York, fans around the...
  • George Harrison's Porsche, rare Beatles concert footage to be sold in huge Fab Four auction

    George Harrison's Porsche, rare Beatles concert footage to be sold in huge Fab Four auction

    A Porsche 928S owned by George Harrison, a reel-to-reel tape of a 1964 radio interview and color film footage of The Beatles performing in Montreal in 1964 are two of the over 200 lots of Fab Four memorabilia up for bids in Omega Auction's “The Beatles Collection: Vinyl Records and Memorabilia...
  • Sheppard release lyric video for new single 'Keep Me Crazy'

    Sheppard release lyric video for new single 'Keep Me Crazy'

    For the first time this year, Sheppard has put out a brand new single. Their first single of 2017 is entitled "Keep Me Crazy," and late last night the indie pop band posted a lyric video for that song on their VEVO YouTube channel. The single is also available to purchase beginning today via all...
  • Lea Michele reveals headlining tour dates for May 2017

    Lea Michele reveals headlining tour dates for May 2017

    This spring, Lea Michele will take some time off from acting to concentrate on performing live concerts. Her upcoming tour is named Intimate Evening with Lea Michele, and it's set to kick off May 1 in Philadelphia with her concert at the Merriam Theater.  An Intimate Evening with Lea Michele first...
  • Chevelle announce headlining tour dates for summer 2017

    Chevelle announce headlining tour dates for summer 2017

    After spending a month in Europe opening up for Avenged Sevenfold, the rock band Chevelle are getting ready to headline their own tour. This spring and summer they'll hit the road for an extensive U.S. tour that begins in April, and won't end until August.  Headlining concerts won't be the only...
  • The Weeknd releases official music video for 'I Feel It Coming'

    The Weeknd releases official music video for 'I Feel It Coming'

    At midnight, The Weeknd posted an official music video for his single "I Feel It Coming." This marks the third music video the "Starboy" singer has released this year. The futuristic "I Feel It Coming" video was directed by Warren Fu, and features a cameo by Daft Punk.  It's not surprising that Daft...
  • How bands got their name: Band Of Horses

    How bands got their name: Band Of Horses

    Over the last 15 years, Band of Horses has quietly established themselves as one of the greatest indie rock bands to emerge in the 2000s. Since the release of their hit 2004 debut Everything All the Time, the Seattle-based group has attracted a devoted following by crafting soulful, painfully...
  • Banksy's Walled Off Hotel in West Bank to feature exclusive music

    Banksy's Walled Off Hotel in West Bank to feature exclusive music

    Two years after the grand opening of Dismaland, Banksy is back with another dystopian attraction, this time a hotel. The Walled Off Hotel, which proudly boasts the “worst view of any hotel in the world," sits over the wall separating Palestine from Israel in the West Bank in Bethlehem. According to...
  • Japanese psych-rock group Kikagaku Moyo announced their upcoming Stone Garden EP on Thursday. 

    Kikagaku Moyo announce ‘Stone Garden EP’ to go with spring North American tour

    The throwback sound of 1960s psychedelic rock seems to be all the rage in the world of music, literally. Around the world, artists ranging from Tame Impala and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard to Miley Cyrus are all tapping into their experimental and mind-bending musical spirits and pumping out...
  • Born Cages release music video for 'Half Asleep'

    Born Cages release music video for 'Half Asleep'

    New York City indie rockers Born Cages have been quietly working on the follow up to their 2015 debut album I'm Glad I'm Not Me, and they greeted fans with a new tune titled "Ain't Gonna Happen." The band followed it up with the tune "Half Asleep" last month, which was highly praised by their fans...
  • Exclusive: Bruce Spizer talks about his new book on Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper' album

    Exclusive: Bruce Spizer talks about his new book on Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper' album

    Beatles author Bruce Spizer, whose encyclopedic books on the Beatles' catalog have received universal praise from fans,  on March 8 announced a new book to be released in May. “The Beatles and Sgt. Pepper: A Fans' Perspective,” for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts...
  • Interview: Night Ranger's Kelly Keagy Discusses The Band's New Album, 'Don't Let Up'

    Interview: Night Ranger's Kelly Keagy Discusses The Band's New Album, 'Don't Let Up'

    With more than 17 million in album sales and well over 3,000 live shows during their thirty-five-year career, Night Ranger continues to define the art of guitar-driven, arena rock with a sound and style that’s both instantly recognizable and uniquely their own. Their arsenal of hits includes the...
  • Photo used with permission of Leland Bobbé

    Interview: Legendary photographer, Leland Bobbé, captures the music, subcultures and gritty streets of NYC through the decades

    “I find my influence comes more from a state of mind fueled by the power of rock and roll, the blues and the mystery and layers of Miles Davis’ music. The photos that might make me a bit nervous and uncomfortable to shoot are often my best.” – Leland Bobbé Award-winning photographer, Leland Bobbé...
  • Brother Ali reveals The Own Light tour

    Brother Ali reveals The Own Light tour

    Hip-hop artist and activist Brother Ali will soon be back to ignite and uplift with his first official release in five years. All the Beauty in This Whole Life  is due for release on May 5. The Minneapolis MC will debut the new songs live on The Own Light Tour, which kicks off May 2 in Omaha before...
  • Sorority Noise announce spring tour

    Sorority Noise announce spring tour

    Emo revival outfit Sorority Noise will fill in the blanks of their forthcoming releaseYou're Not As _____ As You Think with a headlining spring tour. Described as "the most collaborative, fully realized version of Sorority Noise to date," the Mike Sapone-led project (Brand New, Taking Back Sunday...
  • How bands got their name: The Cure

    How bands got their name: The Cure

    There are few gothic rock bands that have become as legendary as The Cure. The English band had a plethora of hit singles under their belt and was one of the leaders of the post-punk movement that created new wave. That movement would go on to forever change pop music, and The Cure, naturally...
  • How bands got their name: Red Hot Chili Peppers

    How bands got their name: Red Hot Chili Peppers

    One of the best and best-selling rock groups in the history of the genre, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have stayed relevant by changing with the times. In the early ‘80s, they debuted as a scrappy funk and metal quartet. At the beginning of the ‘90s, they rode the alternative rock wave to become one of...
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