Finally, Ariana Grande made an awards show! After opting out of last month’s Grammy Awards, the blockbuster pop star came back with a vengeance on Thursday night with a captivating appearance at the 2019 iHeart Radio Music Awards. Performing thank u, next single “Needy”, Grande’s voice reached the rafters and
Kacey Musgraves continued to dominate the awards circuit on Thursday night with an epic performance at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Although she won her sole nomination for her duet with Harry Styles on their cover of Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One”, the two didn’t wind up hitting the
Strand of Oaks’ Timothy Showalter is gearing up for a big 2019 supporting his guest-heavy sixth studio album, Eraserland, which is on the way in May. For an appearance on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert Wednesday night, the singer-songwriter tapped a number of high-profile friends to join him in performing
Baroness have officially announced the full details of their upcoming album, Gold & Grey. They’ve also shared the music video for the LP first single, “Borderlines” (watch below). After rolling out bits of information for the past week, Baroness revealed this morning that their new full-length will arrive on June
Chaka Khan returned last month with Hello Happiness, her first album in over 10 (!) years. To celebrate the release, the 65-year-old music legend appeared on Ellen Wednesday morning to perform the LP’s lead single “Like Sugar”. Living up to her Queen of Funk title, Khan prepped the stage to
Last fall, Robyn released her first new album in eight years, Honey. In the months since, the Swedish singer has been on a tear supporting the record. After releasing new collaborations with Kindness (“Cry Everything”) and Beck and The Lonely Island (“Super Cool”), the international pop star kept the momentum going
When Vampire Weekend released their new single “Sunflower” last month, Ezra Koenig teased that Jonah Hill had directed the track’s video. Today, that clip has been revealed, and it turns out Hill isn’t the only notable contributor. (Read: 10 Most Anticipated Indie Rock Albums of 2019) The spinning visuals follow
Shortly after this year’s Grammy Awards ceremony, a number of music’s brightest stars joined forces to celebrate the late, great Aretha Franklin, who passed away last August. Recorded on January 13th at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration for the Queen of Soul aired on CBS on Sunday night.
Less than two weeks ago, Solange surprised fans with her fourth studio record, When I Get Home. Coming with just 24-hours notice, the 19-track collection was paired with a companion film by the same name. Now, the 32-year-old singer has released another visual for one of the album tracks, “Binz”.
On Friday, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe announced that he was organizing a “counter-party” to combat the Westboro Baptist Church, who were hitting the the Virginia State Capitol building to protest the recent election of openly transgender delegate Danica Roem. Well, it all went down this morning (March 11th),
Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers embarked on their first-ever tour last week as Better Oblivion Community Center. Along with stellar originals off their self-titled debut album, the two indie rockers gifted audiences with a double dose of surprise cover songs. During their kick-off gig at Tucson’s Rialto Theatre on Friday,