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  • TV on the Radio performs three brand new songs, new album soon?

    TV on the Radio performs three brand new songs, new album soon?

    Last April, art rock/indie rock—or perhaps more specifically, soul/post-punk—group TV on the Radio revealed to Spin that the band is working on material for a new record. Vocalist Tunde Adebimpe said: “Kyp [Malone] and I went to Dave's place and studio in L.A. the last week of March and we finished...
  • Stephen Stills makes suite music at the Fox Theatre

    Stephen Stills makes suite music at the Fox Theatre

    Throwback Thursday arrived a bit early this week. Not because of the classic music that legendary artist Stephen Stills brought along for his June 4 Fox Theatre show. It was the way the most classic of rockers played the fantastic litany of tunes. Stills sang the songs the way they “got wrote...
  • Feed The Rocks will preserve the venue while feeding the hip-hop soul

    Feed The Rocks will preserve the venue while feeding the hip-hop soul

    On Thursday, June 19, hip-hop fans will experience a show like none other while also supporting an important cause and venue at Feed The Rocks. The majestic glory of Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado is known by musicians and music lovers throughout the country. The natural amphitheater carved in...
  • Derek Trucks, Chaka Khan & more to get funky at Bonnaroo 2014 Superjam

    Derek Trucks, Chaka Khan & more to get funky at Bonnaroo 2014 Superjam

    The Bonnaroo Superjam is an annual celebration of life, freedom and the joy of live music. These once in a lifetime sets combine the best musicians from various genres, locations, and generations to jam out classic hits and modern favorites. Previous incarnations of the Superjam have featured Black...
  • 2014 NBA Finals: Spurs' Game 1 win over the Heat should have an asterisk

    2014 NBA Finals: Spurs' Game 1 win over the Heat should have an asterisk

    The San Antonio Spurs defeated the two-time defending champion Miami Heat, 110-95, in Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, thanks to the help of a faulty in-house air conditioner that left courtside temperatures at approximately 89 degrees, according to a June...
  • Emerging artist spotlight: Rixton breaks through with 'Me and My Broken Heart'

    Emerging artist spotlight: Rixton breaks through with 'Me and My Broken Heart'

    Scooter Braun’s pop music factory keeps churning out superstars. The record label honcho and artist manager, whose roster of clients includes Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Carly Rae Jepsen, Psy, and the Wanted, has another success story with Rixton, four young men from Manchester, England, who have...
  • Alice Cooper blazed the trail for shock rock bands everywhere

    Alice Cooper blazed the trail for shock rock bands everywhere

    In a day where there are a ton of shock rockers, there is one man that they all owe their careers to. Before Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson and Gwar, the shock rocker that set the stage for all that followed was Alice Cooper. The singer started his career in 1964 and has worked non-stop since...
  • Paramore will spend the summer touring with Fall Out Boy

    Paramore will spend the summer touring with Fall Out Boy

    Paramore will be thrilling their fans all summer long as they criss-cross the United States on a major tour with Fall Out Boy. The group fronted by Hayley Williams are celebrating a decade together as they rock out to their self-titled album released in 2013. Although there have been a few changes...
  • AC/DC proves that overcoming tragedy can keep the rock alive

    AC/DC proves that overcoming tragedy can keep the rock alive

    Australian hard rock band AC/DC has done something few bands can ever lay claim. They lost their lead singer to death and were able to pick up another, immediately releasing one of the best albums in rock history. Along the way, they never missed a step and have continued to entertain their fans for...
  • Alanis Morissette overcomes shaky start to enjoy very successful career

    Alanis Morissette overcomes shaky start to enjoy very successful career

    If anyone has proven that you can reinvent yourself after a rough start and still hit it big, Alanis Morissette proved it big time. After stumbling out of the gate as a teen pop sensation, Morissette completely underwent a career makeover and released an album that remains one of the most successful...
  • Red Hook Jazz Festival: Underground grassroots music sees light of day

    Red Hook Jazz Festival: Underground grassroots music sees light of day

    The artists at the Red Hook Jazz Festival make their own rules with their own brand of music. You’re not gonna hear the same thing twice. And you’re definitely not going to be bored. The 7th annual Red Hook Jazz Festival starts up this Sunday and June 15 in Brooklyn’s Urban Meadow, 1 p.m.-6 p.m...
  • Aerosmith withstands rocky relationships to rock on for four decades

    Aerosmith withstands rocky relationships to rock on for four decades

    For bands to last the test of time, they have the change and mature in order to keep rolling through different decades. Aerosmith is one of those bands, a group whose faced hardships and tumultuous relationships but have faced the hard times and survived. Amazingly, the core members of Aerosmith...
  • REO Speedwagon Keeps On Rollin' With New Summer Tour

    REO Speedwagon Keeps On Rollin' With New Summer Tour

    REO Speedwagon is one of the hardest working bands on the scene today. Powered by the vocals and songwriting prowess of guitarist and front man Kevin Cronin, the band continues to bring their brand of Midwest rock and roll to the masses more than four decades after their formation in the college...
  • Top five greatest hand gestures in WWE history

    Top five greatest hand gestures in WWE history

    According to a June 5 post from Bleacher Report, WWE fans will have to wait a little longer to see Daniel Bryan's famous "Yes! Yes! Yes!" hand signal again, as the wrestling superstar is still rehabbing from neck surgery. No official word yet on when he'll return to active competition, but fans will...
  • Lana Del Rey details a toxic relationship on 'Ultraviolence' title track

    Lana Del Rey details a toxic relationship on 'Ultraviolence' title track

    Indie pop singer Lana Del Rey premiered the new track "Ultraviolence" on Wednesday (June 4). Familiar strings back Del Rey as she sings about being caught up in an unhealthy relationship. "Ultraviolence" is the latest track Del Rey has premiered from her album of the same name. She previously...
  • Foo Fighters 'Sonic Highways' docu-series will show making of eighth album

    Foo Fighters 'Sonic Highways' docu-series will show making of eighth album

    The Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl has some exciting news for fans of the alternative rock band. Their eighth studio album has a release date. Their newest musical venture is much different than those in the past, as it was recorded with a bit of a twist. In addition to their new album, the Foo...
  • Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band embark on summer tour

    Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band embark on summer tour

    When you think of summer, there are certain things that come to mind. Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band should be one of them. Buffett and his band set off on their "This One's For You" tour last month in Tampa, Fla. The tour will be taking the band all over the U.S. until the end of August...
  • Bob Dylan, the original chameleon of music, continues to inspire numerous acts

    Bob Dylan, the original chameleon of music, continues to inspire numerous acts

    Trying to contain a biography of one of music's greatest legends in Bob Dylan to a mere few hundred words is akin to trying to stuff eight great tomatoes into one tiny can. But that right there could be a metaphor for trying to encapsulate the career of a man whom many consider to be the greatest...
  • US soccer fans unite with new World Cup anthem courtesy of Rancid drummer

    US soccer fans unite with new World Cup anthem courtesy of Rancid drummer

    With the first match just over a week away, hype for the World Cup has been at its peak. International warm up games have fans biting at their nails in angst, media reports are saying that viewership records will be smashed, and despite some criticism, the host nation, Brazil, is promising for...
  • Barry Gibb pays loving tribute to his brothers and a lifetime of song

    Barry Gibb pays loving tribute to his brothers and a lifetime of song

    Prolific singer-songwriter Barry Gibb is sadly the last surviving member of one of the greatest bands of all time, the Bee Gees. Losing his youngest brother Andy in 1988 was a terrible blow, but then successively losing brothers Maurice and Robin, with whom the multiple Grammy-winning super group...
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