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  • 'Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years' wins Grammy for Beatles, Ron Howard

    'Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years' wins Grammy for Beatles, Ron Howard

    The Beatles: Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years, the Ron Howard-directed film about The Beatles and their tours mainly during the years of Beatlemania, won the Grammy Award for Best Music Film Feb. 12 at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The honor was announced in the afternoon before...
  • Legendary Jazz artist Al Jarreau passes away at 76

    Legendary Jazz artist Al Jarreau passes away at 76

    We have sad news to share on the eve of the 59th annual GRAMMY awards with the passing of legendary legendary jazz artist Al Jarreau. Just this past Wednesday, Al Jarreau was forced to cancel his current North American tour after being hospitalized due to exhaustion. We're now sad to report on the...
  • Overkill new album preview on 70000 Tons of Metal cruise, released Friday

    Overkill new album preview on 70000 Tons of Metal cruise, released Friday

    Of all 18 studio albums New Jersey thrash outfit Overkill has released since 1985, none of those titles has been more apropos than the one that dropped Friday. The wrecking crew led by original vocalist Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth and original bassist D.D. Verni released The Grinding Wheel to the world...
  • Exclusive interview with Beatles jazz album Grammy nominee John Daversa

    Exclusive interview with Beatles jazz album Grammy nominee John Daversa

    This is a Beatles weekend at the 59th Grammy Awards. Paul McCartney's Tug of War reissue is up for Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package while Timo Maas and James Teej's remix of McCartney's “Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five” is up for Best Remixed Recording. But in terms of grabbing the...
  • FORM Arcosanti announces 2017 lineup

    FORM Arcosanti announces 2017 lineup

    For the fourth year in a row, FORM will take select guests on a transcendent journey of music, art, nature and architecture in the "arcological" desert wonderland of Acrosanti. Located between Flagstaff and Phoenix, the perennially "under construction" city will once again open its arms to socially...
  • Watch Pierce the Veil channel the 50s in new video

    Watch Pierce the Veil channel the 50s in new video

    Over the past week, the guys from Pierce the Veil have released teasing images on social media from the set of their recently completed music video. On Friday, Feb. 10, the California-founded band finally unveiled the completed clip for "Floral & Fading," the latest single off their recently...
  • Mountain Jam released their final lineup announcement on Friday, which now includes String Cheese Incident. 

    Mountain Jam Music Festival announces finalized lineup for 2017

    As festival season gets closer and closer with each passing day, music festivals across the country are starting to finalize their lineups for this spring, summer, and fall. The most recent festival to do so is Mountain Jam Music Festival, who lockup up their 2017 lineup on Friday by announcing that...
  • Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta releases new song 'Chasing Demons' with Devil You Know's Howard Jones

    Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta releases new song 'Chasing Demons' with Devil You Know's Howard Jones

    It's been nearly six years since Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta released his debut solo album titled Jasta, which features collaborations with Randy Blythe ("Enslaved, Dead Or Depraved") and Zakk Wylde ("The Fearless Must Endure"). While he's obviously been busy touring in support of Hatebreed's...
  • Richie Kotzen announce new album 'Salting Earth'

    Richie Kotzen announce new album 'Salting Earth'

    Richie Kotzen's prolific music career spans three decades with stints in Poison, Mr. Big and his current outfit The Winery Dogs. The 47-year-old has been delivering his own tunes with numerous solo albums, including Fever Dream and Mother Head's Family Reunion. After touring in support of The Winery...
  • Crywolf releases new single 'Weight'

    Crywolf releases new single 'Weight'

    After a slew of sold out headlining shows across the country, electronic music artist Crywolf has been busy working on the follow up to his 2015 debut album Cataclasm, and fans will finally get to hear new tunes from the Los Angeles native this year. On March 10, he'll release his brand new...
  • Audio engineer Drew Drucker brings AXS into the world behind the studio doors...  (watch video) 

    Music's magic touch: AXS goes into the studio with audio engineer Drew Drucker (watch)

    Born and raised in the music mecca of Los Angeles, Drew Drucker knew he was destined to be a part of the industry when he saw Michael Jackson’s final Bad World Tour at the young age of four. But unlike many impassioned artists who set their career sights on stage, Drucker found his calling in the...
  • The poster for the new Beatles film Here There and Everywhere. 

    Beatles fan film 'Here There and Everywhere' will be a love letter to the Fab Four

    Production will start this month on a new film that will tell the story of The Beatles through the recollections of the group's fans. “Here There and Everywhere,” projected to be an 80-minute documentary, will be shot through the year and is set for release in 2018, producer Simon Weitzman told AXS...
  • When We Were Young festival includes Morrissey, AFI and more

    When We Were Young festival includes Morrissey, AFI and more

    A brand new festival is counting on fans' nostalgia, yearning and romanticism for two days of emotional rock. Taking place on April 8 and 9 at the Observatory Grounds in Santa Ana, California, When We Were Young's inaugural line-up features Morrissey and many of his '90s and early aughts progeny...
  • Life of Agony release title track from upcoming album  'A Place Where There's No More Pain'

    Life of Agony release title track from upcoming album 'A Place Where There's No More Pain'

    With the release of tour dates last month, many fans have been anticipating some music from New York City hard rock/metal outfit Life of Agony's upcoming studio album A Place Where There's No More Pain, which is their first studio album since 2005's Broken Valley. A year ago, the outfit announced...
  • Blink-182 reveal spring 2017 U.S. tour dates with The Naked and Famous

    Blink-182 reveal spring 2017 U.S. tour dates with The Naked and Famous

    After taking some time off this winter, Blink-182 are ready to get back out on the road. Today the punk rock band revealed they'll be embarking on a spring headlining tour, which kicks off March 22 in Austin. It'll be their first headlining run since last summer, and a complete list of dates can be...
  • Svart Crown release new track 'Khimba Rites'

    Svart Crown release new track 'Khimba Rites'

    French death metal outfit Svart Crown are getting closer to the release of their new album, Abreaction, and they've already made waves with the release of its first single "Transubstantiation". For their new single "Khimba Rites," the band decided to unleash a lyric video courtesy of Cloud Music...
  • A Will Away release title track from debut album 'Here Again'

    A Will Away release title track from debut album 'Here Again'

    Before signing with Triple Crown Records in 2015, Connecticut alternative rockers A Will Away spent time performing all over the East Coast with acts such as Head North, WATERMEDOWN, and Casey Bolles. While the outfit have been on the road in support of their Bliss EP for over a year, they've been...
  • It's been 20 years since the release of her album 'Surfacing', but Sarah McLachlan's dulcet voice and powerful lyrics created an album that

    After 20 years, Sarah McLachlan's 'Surfacing' still is an aural joy to embrace and experience

    If Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan was only a minor celebrity prior to the release of 1997's Surfacing album, she surely achieved some sense of superstardom with her fourth album and the launch of the Lilith Fair festival tour 20 years ago. Even though she's not touring right now, fans...
  • Best Valentine's Day shows in Phoenix and Prescott 2017

    Best Valentine's Day shows in Phoenix and Prescott 2017

    Is there a better date night than a concert, especially for Valentine's Day? Concerts can make for a great romantic night out or a fun night on your own if you're single, and Phoenix has some great ones from which to chose. Whether you're celebrating being single or cozying up to your significant...
  • Basement sign to Fueled By Ramen, release re-recorded version of 'Promise Everything'

    Basement sign to Fueled By Ramen, release re-recorded version of 'Promise Everything'

    Last year, English rockers Basement released their third studio album Promise Everything on Run For Cover Records. The album gained universal acclaim and was promoted with tours alongside Defeater, Bring Me The Horizon, and Tigers Jaw. The release also spawned their first ever music video for the...
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