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  • 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...
  • Original paintings from Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' to be displayed and sold

    Original paintings from Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' to be displayed and sold

    Eleven paintings used for Pink Floyd's album “The Wall” done by artist Gerald Scarfe will be exhibited and sold by the San Francisco Art Exchange, the gallery announced March 7. The paintings will go on exhibit starting in San Francisco at the gallery, located on Geary Street, in July. Scarfe will...
  • Linkin Park play 'The Bandmate Game' on 'The Late Late Show'

    Linkin Park play 'The Bandmate Game' on 'The Late Late Show'

    They've been together for 20 years, but Brad Delson, Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park still have a lot to learn about each other. In a segment on the "Late Late Show with James Corden," the rockers were tasked with answering questions about each other, à la "The Newlywed Game...
  • The complete guide to L Festival 2017

    The complete guide to L Festival 2017

    L Festival 2017 is finally upon us, Los Angeles. The festival that has something for every taste and every genre of Latin music will be here on March 18 and March 19 on the grounds of Pico Rivera Sports Arena. Primarily known for rodeos, professional wrestling and for hosting concerts will now host...
  • Chris Hardwick announces ID10T Music Festival & Comic Conival

    Chris Hardwick announces ID10T Music Festival & Comic Conival

    Summer in Silicon Valley just got hotter. A brand-new two-day festival featuring music performances, comedy sets by today’s top artists, panels, autograph signings, a Cosplay Tent, Comic Book Artists Alley and an Exhibitor Village is taking over Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California on...
  • St. Patrick's Day 2017

    National guide to St. Patrick's Day 2017

    It's March and St. Patrick's Day is almost here. On Friday, March 17, communities all across the major cities of the United States will come together on St. Patrick’s Day to celebrate Irish culture and remember St. Patrick’s life and achievements. There's something for everyone on St. Patrick's Day...
  • Frank Sinatra TV shows with Elvis, others to be reissued

    Frank Sinatra TV shows with Elvis, others to be reissued

    Vintage episodes of Frank Sinatra's TV specials sponsored by the Timex Watch Company that feature Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne and others are being released as the next in the series of “The Sinatra Collection” to hit the streets May 19, Eagle Rock Entertainment announced...
  • Klaus Voormann, left, and Gary Van Scyoc, both of whom played bass behind John Lennon, got together at the Fest for Beatles Fans in Jersey C

    New York Metro Fest keeps Beatles fans busy

    The New York Metro Fest For Beatles Fans continued Saturday, its second of three days. Things were happening all over the host hotel at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson where Judith Kristen, author of “A Date With a Beatle,” told AXS.com. “You would almost have to be twins to see...
  • Photo courtesy of Nashville Publicity Group and used with permission.

    Wink Martindale & Tom Brown discuss inaugural Nashville Elvis Festival

    Nearly forty years after his untimely death, the legend of Elvis Presley lives on in the hearts and minds of multiple generations of music lovers. This month, Elvis fans from all over the country will be traveling to the Nashville area for the inaugural Nashville Elvis Festival, which takes place...
  • The cover of the forthcoming Paul McCartney "Flowers in the Dirt" reissue. 

    Previously unseen Paul McCartney 'Flowers in the Dirt' photos from video shoot released for first time

    Paul McCartney is promoting his forthcoming “Flowers in the Dirt” reissue due at the end of the month, and on March 3, the musician released a group of five previously unseen photos taken by Eugene Adebari from the shooting for the video of “This One” from the album. The video was directed by Tim...
  • Molly Burch performs at Union Pool in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Friday. 

    Live Review: Molly Burch celebrates her debut release with concert at Brooklyn’s Union Pool

    Retro is killing it in music these days. Perhaps the booming nostalgia is more about today's younger generations desperately looking to get out of the darkness of the present reality and venture back to a more innocent time in music. Whatever the reason, the older styles of music always come back...
  • Tributes to Led Zeppelin and The Beatles highlight New Season of AXS TV's 'The World's Greatest Tribute Bands'

    Tributes to Led Zeppelin and The Beatles highlight New Season of AXS TV's 'The World's Greatest Tribute Bands'

    AXS TV’s original series 'The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands' is the only program dedicated to showcasing live performances of professional tribute artists at the historic Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, California. Hosted by Katie Daryl, the eighth season promises to be the best yet and kickoffs with...
  • SoMo to reveal 'The Answers' on new album and tour

    SoMo to reveal 'The Answers' on new album and tour

    SoMo will unveil a new collection of slick serenades on his second LPThe Answers, due out March 17. The R&B Romeo has already released the album's lead single "Just A Man" (listen above), as well as tracks "Play" (featuring Maty Noyes) and "Champion." Expect to hear new grooves, as well as tried...
  • Wavves announce 'You're Welcome' and spring tour

    Wavves announce 'You're Welcome' and spring tour

    Wavves frontman Nathan Williams is pleased with his new job title: "I'm my own boss and that feels great," he says in a press release. After (somewhat dramatically) severing ties with label Warner Bros Records, the San Diego rock outfit is realigning with its DIY spirit withYou're Welcome, due out...
  • Cold War Kids release video for new song 'Can We Hang On?'

    Cold War Kids release video for new song 'Can We Hang On?'

    In just over a month, Cold War Kids will put out a brand new album. Last night, the indie rock band not only released a new song from their upcoming album, LA Divine, but they also premiered a music video for it. The new song's entitled "Can We Hang On?" and the video was shot in Los Angeles at El...
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