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Damon Albarn Eyes New Gorillaz Album for 2016

Damon Albarn spent much of 2014 touring in support of his first proper solo album Everyday Robots. Next up for the prolific singer: Reigniting two of his most well-known side projects. In a new interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Albarn revealed that he has his sights set on 2016 to...

Aerosmith's Joey Kramer Opens Up About Heart Procedure

Back in August, Aerosmith were forced to cancel a California concert, simply blaming "an illness" for the nixed show. However, TMZ reported drummer Joey Kramer was dealing with "heart complications" that required immediate surgery, adding that he "had heart issues in the past." In a new interview, Kramer reveals that TMZ had the...

Watch Arcade Fire Talk Family, Early Gigs on 'CBS Sunday Morning'

Arcade Fire recently wrapped up their long, cover song-heavy Reflektor world tour, but before they said goodbye to the road, the group's Régine Chassagne and brothers Win and Will Butler chatted with CBS Sunday Morning for an introductory profile on the Grammy Album of the Year-winning band that still has people asking "Who...

Little Big Town Join the Grand Ole Opry

Little Big Town's journey to the Grand Ole Opry came full circle Friday night, October 17th. A sold-out crowd was on hand to watch the platinum-selling group become the Opry's newest members a full 15 years after the "Day Drinking" singers first appeared together on the esteemed Opry stage. The...

Foo Fighters End 'Letterman' Week With Top Ten List, 'Something From Nothing'

The Foo Fighters' weeklong Late Show With David Letterman residency came to a close Friday night with the band participating in a Letterman staple: The reading of the Top Ten list. The subject: "Top Ten Things Foo Fighters Would Like To Say After Spending a Week at the Late Show." "All...

Pearl Jam Play Entire 'No Code,' Debut New Song at Moline Concert

Pearl Jam had a pair of major surprises in store for fans at their Friday night concert at Moline, Illinois' iWireless Center. Not only did Eddie Vedder debut a new song dedicated to the Quad Cities town, Pearl Jam performed their 1996 album No Code straight through in its entirety, from "Sometimes"...

Korean Safety Official Commits Suicide Following Concert Tragedy

The tragedy that claimed the lives of 16 K-pop fans at a 4Minute concert in Seongman, South Korea has resulted in another death: According to the Telegraph, a 37-year-old government official who was in charge of safety measures for the event was found dead around 7 a.m. local time in an apparent suicide...

Primus Hide Lifetime Tickets in Five Golden Records

Primus' Willy Wonka-inspired Primus and the Chocolate Factory With the Fungi Ensemble is out on October 21st, and mixed in with all the chocolate-colored records are five golden vinyl. Like the golden tickets in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, stumbling upon the golden vinyl comes with a great reward:...

Foo Fighters Rock Chicago in 'Sonic Highways' Premiere

The Foo Fighters' much-anticipated HBO musical travelogue Sonic Highways premiered Friday night with Dave Grohl and company visiting Chicago to pen a musical love letter to the Windy City. Grohl's journey as he crafts the Foo Fighters' new album city by city is at the heart of the series, and in the first...

Dustin Lynch Goes With the Country Flow for Third Album

Just over a month removed from the release of his second album, Where It’s At, Dustin Lynch is already back at it, writing songs for his next release.

"I'm already dialed back in for chapter three. I like to have a couple years of writing and listening to songs before we...

Hear Jerry Garcia Band Soar Through '(I'm a) Roadrunner' on New Year's 1975

With the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia was know for his thrilling New Year's Eve performances, but on December 31st, 1975, he played his only such gig without them, doing three sets at the small Keystone Berkeley club. Of course, Garcia wasn't exactly alone: That night, his band included John Kahn...

Miranda Lambert, LeAnn Rimes Join 'The Great American Dog-a-Thon'

Miranda Lambert may shoot her own turkey this Thanksgiving, but she'll also be doing a little animal advocacy. The avid hunter also happens to be an animal lover and puts her passion to work through several pet rescue programs, including her own MuttNation Foundation. And on Thanksgiving night, November 27th,...

G-Eazy Lights Up, Premieres Song, Moves Fans During Yahoo Concert

It's evident why Oakland rapper G-Eazy was able to establish millions of YouTube plays years before he secured a major label recording deal. When he played the Yahoo On the Road series' stop at the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion in Columbus, Ohio on Monday, he connected with his fans via his...

Watch Def Jam History Unfold in 5 Videos From Brooklyn Anniversary Show

Three decades ago, Def Jam Records was born in Rick Rubin's tiny NYU dorm room. "I can't believe it's 30 years," he recently told Rolling Stone, paying a visit to his old Weinstein Residence Hall for a special documentary titled Rick Was Here. "It's really trippy." By 2014, the label...

'The Voice' Powerhouse Kat Perkins is 'Fearless'

Fans of The Voice surely remember last season's Team Adam powerhouse, Kat Perkins. The rock 'n' roll nanny took on massive songs like Heart's "Magic Man" and "Barracuda," Sia's "Chandelier," and Frozen's "Let It Go" with ease, and she even broke the "Instant Save curse," surviving against the odds to...

Sixteen People Die Falling Through Grate at South Korea Concert

At least 16 South Korean music fans plummeted more than 65 feet to their deaths at an outdoor K-pop concert by the group 4Minute on Friday when a ventilation grate collapsed. The grate, which the victims had been standing on, had covered a concrete shaft that led to an underground garage....

Garth Brooks' World Tour Adds St. Louis, Supersizes North Carolina

On this day in 1996, Garth Brooks kicked off a three-day residency at the Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa. Fresh Horses, his sixth album, had been out for less than a year, and Brooks was still fueled and fired-up from a sold-out run of shows in St. Louis the previous weekend....

Gene Simmons to Play a 'God' on New Music Competition Show

Gene Simmons could soon be playing the role of his lifetime: A god. The Kiss singer and bassist is currently shopping around a music competition show called Coliseum, on which competitors form bands and perform for a panel of three judges. They also mix and match group members until finding...

SiriusXM Must Start Paying Artists for Pre-1972 Recordings

Although songs recorded before 1972 receive no copyright protection under U.S. law, that doesn't mean SiriusXM can keep playing the Beatles, the Supremes and many other classic recordings without paying the artists and their record labels, California Judge Mary Strobel ruled earlier this week.

Strobel's ruling was a bit of a...

Hurray for the Riff Raff Follow Trayvon Martin Tribute With Video to Aid Abused Mother

On the same 2012 day Alynda Lee Segarra, the singer-songwriter behind Hurray for the Riff Raff, celebrated her 25th birthday, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. Inspired by a recent visit to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Segarra released a video...

Foo Fighters, Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen Face 'Stiff Competition' on 'Letterman'

Hours after the Foo Fighters' premiered their Chicago-inspired Sonic Highways cut "Something From Nothing," the band stayed in a Windy City frame of mind for the fourth night of their Late Show With David Letterman residency. With the Willis Tower looming in the background, the Foo Fighters brought out Chicago guitar...

Sting Records 'Message in a Bottle' Parody for 'Tonight Show' Fan's Voicemail

Remember back in the mid-Nineties when it was all the rage to record the chorus of No Doubt's "Spiderwebs" as your voicemail greeting? Jimmy Fallon and the Tonight Show writers gave one lucky cell phone user an even more clever gift on Thursday night's episode, as former Police frontman Sting laid down "Message on...

Big K.R.I.T. on Trans-Galactic, Kendrick Lamar-Inspired New LP 'Cadillactica'

For his second Def Jam album, Cadillactica, Mississippi hip-hop auteur Big K.R.I.T. leaves behind the "dirty dirty third coast muddy water" and blasts right off into the stratosphere. The album, due November 11th, is a 15-song Afro-futurist concept suite taking place on the fictional planet named in the title. To take...

Black Keys' Patrick Carney Slams U2's iTunes Giveaway

Add the Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney to the parade of artists critical of U2's Songs of Innocence release after Apple dropped the Irish rockers' new LP into roughly 500 million iTunes libraries for free. Speaking to the Seattle Times, Carney said that U2's surprise Songs of Innocence release "devalued their music completely," adding that the Apple...

Trace Adkins Plots Theatrical Christmas Tour

Trace Adkins will spread holiday cheer in more than two dozen cities this November and December, as he hits the road for his second annual Christmas Show Tour. (See a full list of cities and dates below.)

With more than a dozen acting credits to his name — including this year's...

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