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  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce Oct. 25 Fonda show to celebrate 'Fever To Tell' reissue

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce Oct. 25 Fonda show to celebrate 'Fever To Tell' reissue

    The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are running a fever once again. On Tuesday, the New York indie icons announced a special show at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles to celebrate the vinyl reissue of the band’s classic 2003 debut Fever To Tell. The all-ages Fonda show is set to go down on Wed. Oct. 25; tickets for...
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    Nothing More extends 'The Stories We Tell Ourselves' tour into 2018

    Based on the success of Nothing More’s recent sophomore album, The Stories We Tell Ourselves which hit shelves Sept. 15 via Better Noise Records, the San Antonio rockers have announced they will be extending their current headlining North American 'The Stories We Tell Ourselves' tour into 2018. The...
  • The Birthday Massacre release music video for 'One'

    The Birthday Massacre release music video for 'One'

    Electronic rock outfit The Birthday Massacre have spend the past few months touring in support of their new studio album Under Your Spell, which peaked at number two on the Heatseekers Albums chart and number seven on the Independent Albums chart. With every album since their 2005 release Violet...
  • The Killers add select North American dates in December 2017

    The Killers add select North American dates in December 2017

    The Killers recently released their new album Wonderful Wonderful on Sept. 22, 2017 by Island Records. It's the first studio album since 2012's Battle Born that took several years to complete due to each member of the band living in different states. In support of that album, The Killers will embark...
  • Watch kids' hilarious and insightful reactions to Led Zeppelin

    Watch kids' hilarious and insightful reactions to Led Zeppelin

    Children are astute judges of what’s good and what’s not and are definitely not afraid to say exactly what they're thinking, which is probably why the the Fine Brothers Entertainment YouTube channel chose children to participate in their popular “React” YouTube series. The premise is pretty simple...
  • Papa Roach has whole crowd sing 'In The End' in honor of Chester Bennington

    Papa Roach has whole crowd sing 'In The End' in honor of Chester Bennington

    Artists from various music genres continue to share their thoughts and feelings on the death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, who tragically took his own life in July. The latest person to do so is Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix, who paid tribute to the late singer in Vienna, Austria by...
  • The Darkness announce 2018 North American 'Tour De Prance'

    The Darkness announce 2018 North American 'Tour De Prance'

    It’s time to dig those leather pants out of the closet: The great glam rock revivalists The Darkness are returning to North America. On Monday, the British four-piece announced their 2018 Tour De Prance North American tour. The trek gets underway on March 29 at the Fonda in Los Angeles and wraps up...
  • Phinehas announce new album 'Dark Flag'

    Phinehas announce new album 'Dark Flag'

    Since the release of their 2016 Fight Through the Night EP, California metalcore outfit Phinehas have been working hard on some brand new material while hitting the road with ERRA and Vanna. Earlier this month, the outfit announced their signing to Solid State Records, which gave fans some...
  • Listen: Dhani Harrison takes on 'Summertime Police' on new track

    Listen: Dhani Harrison takes on 'Summertime Police' on new track

    U.K. singer-songwriter Dhani Harrison released his new song "Summertime Police" on Sept. 22. He gets political on the sweeping tune. "Summertime Police" is one of the songs on Harrison's upcoming debut album, In//Parallel. He has previewed the record with lead single "All About Waiting" and "Admiral...
  • Tokio Hotel announces 2018 North American dates for Dream Machine Tour

    Tokio Hotel announces 2018 North American dates for Dream Machine Tour

    The German rock band Tokio Hotel have just announced the 2018 North American trek for their Dream Machine Tour. The band will hit places like the Gothic Theatre in Denver, California’s City National Grove of Anaheim and Philly’s Trocadero Theatre. Buy your tickets to here. The band was founded in...
  • Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds announce new album and 2018 world tour dates

    Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds announce new album and 2018 world tour dates

    Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds have announced the upcoming release of their third studio album with an 11-track LP to be titled, Who Built The Moon? Announced early Monday morning, the new album is scheduled for a Nov. 24 release via Sour Mash Records. The band shared a brief teaser video...
  • Nashville rockers the Pink Spiders map out the Black Dagger Tour

    Nashville rockers the Pink Spiders map out the Black Dagger Tour

    Nashville band The Pink Spiders is gearing up for a late fall 2017 tour. The rockers took to their Twitter account to announce 10 dates that span the midwest and Atlantic coast beginning on Dec. 14 in St. Louis, Missouri. From there, the band will visit Illinois, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland...
  • Walk the Moon marches forward in 'One Foot' music video

    Walk the Moon marches forward in 'One Foot' music video

    Pop-rock group Walk the Moon premiered the music video for "One Foot" on Sept. 21. The band marches forward in the new clip. "One Foot" is the lead single from Walk the Moon's upcoming third studio album. The band reached mega-success with 2014's "Shut Up and Dance." Following that, Walk the Moon...
  • Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie to discuss their careers in Fleetwood Mac and as a duo at the Grammy Museum

    Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie to discuss their careers in Fleetwood Mac and as a duo at the Grammy Museum

    Fleetwood Mac is one of the most beloved classic rock bands in music history and has received a number of awards and accolades over the years. Two band members will soon get a new honor at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, when Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie participate in an intimate...
  • Standing on the shoulders of giants: The influences of Janis Joplin

    Standing on the shoulders of giants: The influences of Janis Joplin

    Janis Joplin had one of the greatest voices in rock & roll. But she would be the first to say that she stood on the shoulders of giants. As a teenager who was often bullied, Janis took solace in the healing power of the blues. The art form and its characters set Janis on the road to becoming a...
  • Interview: Shaman's Harvest vocalist digs into 'Red Hands Black Deeds'

    Interview: Shaman's Harvest vocalist digs into 'Red Hands Black Deeds'

    Missouri is not known as a breeding ground for rock and roll, and perhaps that is why Jefferson City natives, Shaman’s Harvest create music that resonates with fierce authenticity. Vocalist Nate Hunt, bassist Matt Fisher, and guitarist Josh Hamler, formed the group in 1996. They struck a chord and...
  • Watch Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley of Kiss share a stage for the first time in 16 years

    Watch Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley of Kiss share a stage for the first time in 16 years

    Kiss founding members Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley shared a stage for the first time in 16 years on Wednesday night (Sept. 20). Simmons and Frehley teamed up for The Children Matter, an initiative organized by Simmons and the nonprofit Matter to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey, as...
  • Father John Misty to cut live album at Jack White's Third Man Records

    Father John Misty to cut live album at Jack White's Third Man Records

    Father John Misty treks to Nashville on Tuesday (Sept. 26) for his sold-out show at the famed Ryman Auditorium, and, like anyone headed to Nashville, he’s going to drop by Jack White’s Third Man Records. FJM, otherwise known as Josh Tillman, has announced a solo acoustic show at Third Man’s Blue...
  • Watch: The Rolling Stones debut single 'Hate to See You Go' live in Zurich

    Watch: The Rolling Stones debut single 'Hate to See You Go' live in Zurich

    The Rolling Stones continue to pull out surprises on their current No Filter Tour of Europe. The legendary British rockers performed the fourth stop of the fall stadium romp on Sept. 20 in Zurich at Stadion Letzigrund and dazzled fans with a hit-packed 20-song setlist, which included the live debut...
  • Six must-hear covers by hip-hop and classical duo Black Violin

    Six must-hear covers by hip-hop and classical duo Black Violin

    Violinist Kev Marcus and violist Wil B of Black Violin are all about breaking down barriers, and one of the best ways to do that is through music. Black Violin strives to impart through their music the fact that there really are no real barriers, only perceived ones. While genres like classical and...
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