What Coachella is to rock music, Stagecoach is to country — sharing the same Indio, California venue and huge audience numbers. Eric Church, Emmylou Harris, Eric Paslay, Drake White and the Big Fire, Aubrie Sellers, Jana Kramer and Marty Stuart were just a few of the names who played Friday...
Gwen Stefani served as musical guest on the Friday night episode of Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where the singer entered into a backstage argument with the host about the spelling of the word 'bananas' in the song "Hollaback Girl." Colbert first informed Stefani that the 2005 single was banned from Late...
Iconic music videos have provided The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with a comedic goldmine as the host has previously reimagined Lionel Richie's "Hello" and painstakingly recreated Extreme's "More Than Words." On Friday's episode, after Fallon and guest Paul Rudd casually mentioned they were in Styx together, the duo teamed up for a shot-for-shot...
Earlier this week, My Morning Jacket kicked off the 2016 leg of their tour in support of The Waterfall, and at each stop so far, the band has paid tribute to Prince by covering a pair of the artist's legendary songs. At New Orleans' Jazz Fest Friday, Jim James and company kept...
As generous and ridiculous as its title, Will Ferrell and Chad Smith's Red Hot Benefit Comedy + Music Show & Quinceanera was ostensibly a night to raise money for worthy causes. But over two-and-a-half hours, and with considerable help from their famous friends, the movie star and the Red Hot Chili Peppers...
With Radiohead returning to the stage in less than three weeks, the band officially ignited fervor for the band's upcoming album by sending mysterious leaflets in the mail to U.K. fans Saturday. "Sing the song of sixpence that goes 'Burn the witch,'" the leaflet said while adding ominously, "We know where you live," hinting at a...
Bono surprised a New York audience Friday night when he jumped off the stage at the Hammerstein Ballroom midway into "Mysterious Ways." It was the last song in a short set of U2 tunes that the singer was performing with Nile Rodgers and Chic at the We Are Family Foundation...
Pearl Jam performed their second of two Philadelphia shows Friday night at the city's Wells Fargo Center, a concert that marked the band's 10th consecutive sell-out at the venue. To celebrate, not only did the Wells Fargo Center put up a banner commemorating Pearl Jam's achievement, the band also played their classic...
The singing of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" has long been a tradition at Wrigley Field during the seventh inning of Chicago Cubs games, with everyone from Eddie Vedder and Tom Morello to Bill Murray and Will Ferrell performing the unofficial baseball anthem. Warren G was recruited to sing "Take...
Eagles of Death Metal have a lucrative side business in Los Angeles, the band said in a comedy sketch Thursday: bouncy houses.  "Our passion for bouncy houses turned into a cash cow," frontman Jesse Hughes said in the hilariously earnest infomercial for a new venture called "Bouncy Houses of Eagles of Death Metal...
Tom DeLonge elaborated on his statement to Rolling Stone that he's still in Blink-182, the guitarist said in a lengthy Facebook message. The update arrives after the band announced their new album California, which will feature original members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker as well as Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba in DeLonge's...
Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice have teamed up on a new single called “A Little More Love,” and the track was released to iTunes on April 29th. Written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby and Kristi Neumann, the laid back tune is built for grooving and good times, with a...
When Eric Church gifted fans his surprise album back in November –with zero advance warning whatsoever – he did it so they could discover Mr. Misunderstood with the same joy he sings about on songs like "Record Year," the video for which premiered today. Church also didn't want any critical...
Blink-182 re-emerged this week with their new single "Bored to Death" and dates for a huge summer amphitheater tour. They've played a handful of shows with new guitarist Matt Skiba, but for the majority of the public this will be their first chance to see the new lineup. They have't performed with...
This summer, Dweezil Zappa and his backing band will once again perform the music of his father Frank Zappa on a nationwide tour, but unlike the past decade, the guitarist will be playing under a different moniker. Instead of Zappa Plays Zappa, the touring unit will now be dubbed Dweezil Zappa...
As American icon Willie Nelson celebrates his 83rd birthday today, he remains one of the last surviving country music legends who came to prominence in the twentieth century. But the tireless entertainer has not only survived, he continues to thrive, with a recording career that has spanned six decades and...
Local Natives expand into stadium-sized rock with new single "Past Lives," their first material since their 2013 LP Hummingbird. The indie-rock quintet blends acoustic and programmed drums with throbbing synth pads and rich vocal harmonies, pleading, "Save me from the prime of my life / I'll try to carry you home...
Drake's fourth album arrives at a time when the pop world is still in a state of shock, reeling from the tragedy of Prince's death and the triumph of Beyoncé's return. Yet if Views is not the cohesive, genre-redefining revelation that some hoped it might be, the blame lies with...
N.W.A's MC Ren is still angry at Gene Simmons' negative statements about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducting rap artists. "That dude is real arrogant," the rapper tells Rolling Stone. "It's like, how he's looking at us, how he know that people before him in rock & roll...
The 31st Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony featuring N.W.A, Cheap Trick, Steve Miller, Chicago and Deep Purple will air April 30th at 8 p.m. ET on HBO. The show featured performances from all the inductees except N.W.A., as well as tributes to David Bowie and Glenn Frey and a closing all-star jam...