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Liam Gallagher Reveals 'Beady Eye Are No Longer'

Beady Eye have disbanded, Liam Gallagher revealed in a tweet Saturday. "Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support," the former Oasis singer wrote. Gallagher's fellow Oasis mate and Beady Eye guitarist Andy Bell added, "Thanks to all the Beady Eye fans. I had a blast. See you on the other side. Big...

Ariana Grande, Pharrell, Maroon 5 Tabbed for Grammy Christmas Special

After six years of announcing the nominees of Music's Biggest Night during a primetime concert, the Grammy Awards are mixing things up for the 57th annual ceremony. Gone is Grammy Nominations Concert Live, and in its place comes A Very Grammy Christmas Special, which will air on December 5th on...

Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande and Gwen Stefani Cover the Hollywood Bowl in Glitter

The live Christmas concerts of pop radio stations – the Jingle Balls and their competitors – serve as report cards on the state of the Top 40 and annual demonstrations of terrestrial radio's muscle. Last night, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Jingle Ball season got started...

Wiz Khalifa Sparks up a 'More Intimate' Party at 'Blacc Hollywood' Tour Opener

It was a long summer for Wiz Khalifa. One month ago, his wife filed for divorce. A month before that, a 38-year-old man named Eric Johnson was shot and killed after one of the Pittsburgh rapper's Bay Area shows; and all the way back in May, El Paso police arrested him...

Cream Bassist Jack Bruce Dead at 71

Jack Bruce, the singer and bassist for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Cream, has passed away, his family confirmed the musician's passing on his Facebook page. He was 71.

"It is with great sadness that we, Jack’s family, announce the passing of our beloved Jack: husband, father, granddad, and all round...

'Sonic Highways' Hits D.C.: 5 Things We Learned

Foo Fighters' HBO series Sonic Highways visited Washington D.C. Friday night, which marked a homecoming of sorts for Dave Grohl: The rocker was raised in the Virginia suburbs outside of D.C. – his mother still lives there – and he started out drumming for area acts like Mission Impossible, Dain...

Flashback: Watch Randy Travis Duet With the Avett Brothers

Less than a year before he suffered a stroke while hospitalized for a heart infection in July 2013, Randy Travis looked fit and healthy onstage for an October 24th taping of CMT's Crossroads. Paired with fellow North Carolinians the Avett Brothers, the country traditionalist and Americana darlings performed some of their...

See Noel Gallagher Join Johnny Marr for Electric Iggy Pop and Smiths Covers

Johnny Marr brought out Noel Gallagher to play a couple of songs during the encore of a recent concert at London's O2 Academy Brixton. When Marr introduced the former Oasis guitarist, he called him "one of the great songwriters for this country" and cheekily said, "he's got a bright...

Passing the Bar: Jessie Ware’s Ride From Law School to Drunk Nights With Miguel

One night last winter, Jessie Ware and Miguel decided to get drunk. They had been writing some songs for Ware's second album, Tough Love, at New York's Record Plant studio, and after a long day of work, they had completed the fun, flirtatious "Kind of… Sometimes... Maybe." "We both really like whiskey,"...

Hear Kristy Lee Cook's Gutsy 'Lookin' for a Cowgirl' — Exclusive Premiere

If there's one thing you can say about the woman painted in Kristy Lee Cook's new single, "Lookin' for a Cowgirl," it's that she isn't the least bit shy. "I heard you're on the prowl for a good-hearted woman, wanting real bad to get into somethin'," the former American Idol...

Songwriter Spotlight: Liz Rose

Liz Rose doesn't play an instrument. That hasn't stopped her from co-writing some of the biggest country songs of the 21st century, though, including nearly two dozen Taylor Swift tunes and a handful of hits for Little Big Town, Eli Young Band, Gary Allan, Tim McGraw and Bonnie Raitt, among others. She's...

Hear OG Maco's 'Live Life 2,' the Furious Mixtape From Viral 'U Guessed It' Star

Atlanta spitfire OG Maco, the young crunkmaster behind minimalist viral hits like "U Guessed It" and "Fuckemx3" is dropping his latest mixtape, Live Life 2. The sequel to last year's Live Life, its seven tracks are full of screamed ad-libs and sinister bouts of AutoTune. What else would expect from...

Kenny Chesney Preps the Big Revival Tour 2015

Fresh off the triumphant debut of The Big Revival, his 13th Number One country album debut, Kenny Chesney is returning to the road. The country superstar visited ABC's Good Morning America on Friday to announce the Big Revival Tour, which will hit arenas, amphitheaters and stadiums next year. The trek,...

Ryan Bingham Embraces Solitude for 'Fear and Saturday Night' Album

When Ryan Bingham released his first album, Mescalito, at the age of 26, he already sang with the grizzled grit of someone twice his age. He'd spent the previous decade living in his truck, competing in a string of southwestern rodeos to help pay for gas. His parents were alcoholics....

Death Cab For Cutie Draw 'A Line in the Sand' Without Chris Walla

Ben Gibbard knows what you're thinking about the new Death Cab For Cutie album, their last to feature founding member Chris Walla. He's thinking it too.

"Oh, there is undoubtedly a line in the sand here," he says. "The position we're in – it's a blessing and a curse – is...

Willie Nelson and Sister Bobbie Team for 'December Day' Album

Willie Nelson and his sister and Family bandmate Bobbie Nelson will release December Day, the first installment of the archival series, Willie's Stash, December 2nd on Legacy Recordings.

Willie and Bobbie, who grew up in Abbott, Texas, first learned to read music and play instruments as pre-teens, taught by their grandparents. They...

Exclusive: Dave Grohl Returns to D.C. Roots in 'Sonic Highways' Clip

Foo Fighters' HBO musical travelogue series Sonic Highways next visits Washington D.C., and Rolling Stone has your exclusive preview at what Dave Grohl considers to be his homecoming. Having grown up in the Virginia suburbs outside of D.C., Grohl got his start in the city's influential hardcore scene performing with local...

Cracker's David Lowery Unveils New Country Ballad, Talks Upcoming Double Album

Cracker have been weaving subtle yet undeniable country twang throughout their sound since their 1992 self-titled debut. See "Mr. Wrong" from that album, or even "Lonesome Johnny Blues" from the 1993 follow-up Kerosene Hat. But with their new double album, Berkeley to Bakersfield, out December 9th, the alt-rock radio band...

Watch 'American Horror Story' Tackle Lana Del Rey's 'Gods & Monsters'

American Horror Story: Freak Show's anachronistic use of contemporary songs continued last night with a cover of Lana Del Rey's "Gods & Monsters." It's weird to hear Jessica Lange's Marlene Dietrich wannabe Elsa sing the name "Jim Morrison" on a show based in 1952 Jupiter, Florida, but the Born to Die...

Hear Bassnectar and Craz Blast the Low End on Heart-Shaking 'Thursty'

For Bassnectar's latest track, released only months after June's Noise vs. Beauty LP, the cult DJ worked with a new artist who had reached him by e-mail. "A lot of fans send me music, either tipping me off to songs they want me to remix, asking for production tips or to...

Florida Georgia Line Score First Number One Album

Album sales are down 14 percent and track sales are down 13 percent but who cares because FIVE MORE DAYS UNTIL TAYLOR SWIFT!

A MONTH OF SPUTTERING COUNTRY BLOCKBUSTERS: The good news for Florida Georgia Line is the country duo's first-ever Number One album — Anything Goes sold 197,000 copies in its first...

Flashback: Dwight Yoakam Channels Elvis on 'The Tonight Show'

Happy birthday to Dwight Yoakam! The singer-actor turns 58 years old today, and he'll celebrate the occasion by playing to more than 11,000 fans in Manchester, New Hampshire, the latest stop for Yoakam, Brandy Clark and the rest of the crew that's been crisscrossing the country as part of...

Martin Scorsese Producing Official Grateful Dead Documentary

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's first shows together in 1965, first as the Warlocks before adopting their household moniker, the legendary jam band have a number of projects on the horizon to celebrate the occasion. Chief among them: An official, career-spanning documentary produced by Martin Scorsese and...

Blake Shelton Is First Country Act to Top Billboard's Artist 100 Chart

Thirteen years after the release of his first single "Austin," Blake Shelton has made history as the first country music artist to reach Number One on the Billboard Artist 100. The chart, which includes artists of every genre, is measured by album and song sales, radio airplay, online song streaming and...

U2 Take On the World: Inside Rolling Stone's New Issue

U2, the biggest band left on Earth, make their latest appearance on the cover of Rolling Stone in our new issue, hitting stands Friday. In the cover feature, senior writer Brian Hiatt trails the band to Dublin and the French Riviera, where he shares pints of Guinness and a long, boozy...

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