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  • 5 best Mumford & Sons lyrics

    5 best Mumford & Sons lyrics

    British folk-rock band Mumford & Sons has become a staple to the music scene since emerging in 2009 with a style all their own. The band became known for using banjos intertwined with rock and since then, they have evolved ditching the banjos for more anthemic sounds. With four studio albums...
  • Alex Lahey announces 'Best Of Luck Club' Tour 2019

    Alex Lahey announces 'Best Of Luck Club' Tour 2019

    Australian singer-songwriter Alex Lahey is preparing to release her sophomore album The Best of Luck Club on May 17 and she's also ready to take her music across the U.S. She's announced the Best of Luck Club Tour that kicks off in San Francisco, California for three consecutive nights beginning Aug...
  • Citizen Cope adds summer dates to 'Heroin and Helicopters' tour 2019

    Citizen Cope adds summer dates to 'Heroin and Helicopters' tour 2019

    Citizen Cope is currently on tour in support of his sixth studio album Heroin and Helicopters and he has now announced an additional 28 dates for the tour. The newly announced dates will carry him from May 16 through July 13 where he'll wrap the tour up in Atlantic City. Heroin and Helicopters...
  • Andrew Belle announces summer 2019 tour

    Andrew Belle announces summer 2019 tour

    Singer-songwriter Andrew Belle is readying to hit the road again this year with a string of dates already released for the spring and now, he's extending The Hushed tour into the summer. The tour is in support of his deeply personal 2017 album Dive Deep and 2014's EP Black Bear (Hushed). The Hushed...
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    St. Lucia announces Intimate & Acoustic Tour 2019

    St. Lucia will be giving fans a more intimate experience this go around as the band has announced their new "Intimate & Acoustic" Tour for 2019. The tour is set to kick off May 7 at Neumos in Seattle, Washington and will visit more cities across the U.S. including Los Angeles, Detroit...
  • The National announce new album on the way

    The National announce new album on the way

    Fans of The National got some great news today when the announcement came that the band has completed their next album. Worlds End Management & Music made the announcement when they revealed that their client, producer Peter Katis, finished mixing the new album in February. Katis is a veteran...
  • Bring Me the Horizon's Oli Sykes fully healed from ruptured vocal cord ahead of spring tour

    Bring Me the Horizon's Oli Sykes fully healed from ruptured vocal cord ahead of spring tour

    Fans of alternative rock band Bring Me the Horizon got some great news this week. The band officially announced a new slew of spring concert dates, meaning that it seems singer Oli Sykes has recovered from his ruptured vocal cord. According to Sykes in February, his vocal cords took a beating from a...
  • Top 10 best Billie Eilish songs

    Top 10 best Billie Eilish songs

    There's a slight chance you might not have heard of Billie Eilish. If that's the case, it's time you crawl out from whatever rock you are currently living under and expose yourself (musically speaking) to this 17-year old from Los Angeles. In her albeit brief musical career, when she released her...
  • Yeasayer announces spring 2019 performance at Rough Trade

    Yeasayer announces spring 2019 performance at Rough Trade

    With spring comes the promise of great tours, and Brooklyn band Yeasayer is the latest to announce live shows after a few years of laying low. The band will play a handful of small shows in mid-April, including a stop at Rough Trade in New York on Wednesday, April 17. Tickets go on sale this Friday...
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg announces 2019 tour dates

    Charlotte Gainsbourg announces 2019 tour dates

    English-French alternative artist Charlotte Gainsbourg is playing select dates in 2019 in the US and Europe. Gainsbourg will be kicking off her touring year on April 7 in Boston, Massachusetts where she'll be playing the Royale at 8:00 p.m. Tickets for the event go on sale on Feb. 1 and two presales...
  • Interview: To Whom It May’s Jonathan Jourdan talks new album, tour and astrophysics

    Interview: To Whom It May’s Jonathan Jourdan talks new album, tour and astrophysics

    Rock music and science are not an uncommon match. Joining the ranks of Queen guitarist Brian May (Ph.D. in astrophysics), Bad Religion’s Greg Gaffin (Ph.D. in geology), and Boston founder Tom Scholz (Master’s in engineering from M.I.T.) is hard rock group To Whom It May. The Texas trio’s first full...
  • Cavetown announces 'Lemon boy' tour 2019

    Cavetown announces 'Lemon boy' tour 2019

    Music has a powerful way of connecting listeners to truly unique talent, and Cavetown is one of them. This 19-year-old prodigy's YouTube channel bio says he likes to “make tunes and goof around.” While people close to him may know a lot about the latter, many in the public certainly know about the...
  • Let's Eat Grandma speaks on reaching more fans, second album 'I'm All Ears'

    Let's Eat Grandma speaks on reaching more fans, second album 'I'm All Ears'

    Alternative pop duo Let's Eat Grandma, childhood friends Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton who came together, released their second set of songs I'm All Ears in June and since have expanded their fanbase. The duo wrapped up their US tour in early fall in support of the album that followed the debut...
  • Hozier announces 'Wasteland, Baby!' tour 2019

    Hozier announces 'Wasteland, Baby!' tour 2019

    Hozier took to his social media to announce that he is gearing up to tour the United States in the spring of 2019. The Wasteland, Baby! tour sets sail on March 10 in Buffalo, New York and will see the Irish musician make stops in Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Austin and Reno. The first leg of the...
  • John Maus announces tour 2019 dates

    John Maus announces tour 2019 dates

    John Maus is heading out on tour in 2019 and just announced a slew of new dates for this run. The 2019 dates start after over a month break for the holidays, with the first show taking place in Detroit on Jan. 31 and running through Feb. 28 with a show in Minneapolis. Maus, whose music has been...
  • Less Than Jake announces select 2019 performances

    Less Than Jake announces select 2019 performances

    Punk group Less Than Jake has planned select 2019 performances in February that marks two years since the band's last release, the EP Sound the Alarm. Fans will have the chance to see them play in New Jersey and Maryland (Tickets). Less Than Jake will perform at Sayreville, New Jersey's Starland...
  • Mike Shinoda turned to art therapy after Chester Bennigton's death

    Mike Shinoda turned to art therapy after Chester Bennigton's death

     Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda is using art as a means to cope with the loss of bandmate and friend Chester Bennington. For those who may not have known, Bennington, one of the lead vocalists of Linkin Park, committed suicide in 2017, and his death shook the band to its core. Slowly, the members are...
  • Mike Shinoda reunites with Linkin Park bassist during Las Vegas show

    Mike Shinoda reunites with Linkin Park bassist during Las Vegas show

    Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and Dave “Phoenix” Farrell, warmed fan's hearts with a reunion performance on Wednesday (Oct. 31). Shinoda, who is currently on a solo tour, was playing a show at the House of Blues in Las Vegas on Halloween night. Dressed as Run DMC, the band performed the rap group hit...
  • Pearl Jam raises $11 million to help end youth homelessness

    Pearl Jam raises $11 million to help end youth homelessness

    Pearl Jam has always been a band that tried to help others and looking out for those in need throughout their career in the music industry. The band's most recent actions involved working with local groups to try to end the homeless epidemic in Seattle. According to the Seattle Times, King County...
  • The Frights set out for Hypochondriac tour 2018

    The Frights set out for Hypochondriac tour 2018

    In news that should excite alternative rock fans, The Frights will be touring throughout the United States in support of their new album Hypochondriac. The group’s tour will begin later this month and will include stops in Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, Detroit, St. Louis, Phoenix...
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