• Brad Paisley: 'God bless the Ashley Madison website hack'

    NEW YORK (AP) — When Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood host the Country Music Association Awards in November, they'll have a wealth of material for their jokes — and for that, Paisley is thankful for the Ashley Madison hack and presidential contenders.

    Associated Press
  • Chatting with the Creator of the Ultimate D.C. Metro Mixtape

    What would Dupont Circle sound like if it was a song? What would Rosslyn be like if it was an unrequited lover? There are a total of 91 Metro stations in the D.C. area, and one Alexandria-based musician is...

    Curbed DC36 mins ago
  • I Went to an EDM Festival and Got My Hair Done

    "Guys, did you know there’s a salon at TomorrowWorld?" I asked my friends, before jetting off to the three-day electronic dance music festival in Georgia — this year marred by rain, mud, and images of festivalgoers passed out on the festival’s backroads. Kaskade puts it best.

  • Melissa Etheridge sings for inmates at Ohio women's prison

    MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A video of female inmates singing one of her songs led to Melissa Etheridge performing with the group at an Ohio prison.

    Associated Press
  • Rihanna Took Over a DTLA Gallery to Reveal Her Next Album's Artwork

    The FOMO struggle was very real last night, as only a select few were invited to Rihanna's exclusive exhibition at MAMA Gallery in DTLA's Art District. Hosting the grand unveiling of artwork for "Anti"—RiRi's forthcoming eighth studio album—the event featured seven original oil paintings by…

    Racked LA
  • Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats: The Hot, The Wet & The Soul-Shaking

    If there was one pounding, fist-shaking, good-time, party-inducing rock ‘n’ roll classic to be heard this summer, it would have to be “S.O.B.,” the gigantic, unexpected blast of euphoria provided by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. It is a pounding, good-time track that merges the best of the…

    Dave DiMartino
  • Nine Inch Nails, Janet Jackson, Yes among Rock Hall of Fame nominees

    (Reuters) - Rockers Nine Inch Nails, pop icon Janet Jackson and top-selling 1970s band Chicago were among the nominees announced on Thursday for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. The eclectic list for this year's crop of inductees also ranges from a bevy of 1970s-era acts such…

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    Barbarian (Official Video)

    Last of Our Kind, the fourth album from multi -award winning mega band The Darkness is OUT NOW! To commemorate this monumental release, we are delighted to announce the USA segment of the BLAST OF OUR KIND tour. The Darkness consists of my brother Dan, Frankie Poullain, Rufus Taylor and I. This…

    Live Nation
  • Premiere: Listen to Daye Jack’s Remix of Cardiknox’s “Doors”

    Listen to Daye Jack's remix of Cardiknox's arena-ready "Doors". The post Premiere: Listen to Daye Jack’s Remix of Cardiknox’s “Doors” appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

    Pigeons & Planes
  • 3 Songs You Need to Hear From This Week's 'Empire'

    Timbaland and Co. provided us with some believable bangers on "Fires of Heaven," this week's episode of 'Empire.'

  • Watch the Emma Stone-Starring Video for Will Butler’s “Anna”

    Watch Will Butler of Arcade Fire's whimsical Emma Stone-starring video for "Anna." The post Watch the Emma Stone-Starring Video for Will Butler’s “Anna” appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

    Pigeons & Planes
  • Inside the 'Hamilton' cast album that is 'breaking ground'

    NEW YORK (AP) — Most Broadway cast albums are not the kind of things you typically blast in your car with the windows rolled down. But most shows aren't like "Hamilton."

    Associated Press
  • See Taylor Swift's Sultry New 'GQ' Cover

    Taylor Swift has done her fair share of magazine covers (including a few for 'Billboard') -- now, she can add men's magazine 'GQ' to that lengthy list.

  • Pandora to buy Ticketfly for $450 million

    Streaming music company Pandora says it will buy Ticketfly for $450 million in a move that takes the company into ticket sales and event marketing.

    Los Angeles Times
  • The Darkness's Justin Hawkins Lists His Top 10 Touring Traditions

    As rock 'n' roll road warriors the Darkness embark on the Blast of Our Kind tour starting this Friday (see all tour dates here) and prepare for their Yahoo Live stream on the 20th of this month, frontgod Justin Hawkins has jotted down for Yahoo Music his favorite things about road life. Slip into…

    Live Nation
  • Moon Taxi Evolve From Festival Jams

     The first major surprise for Nashville quintet Moon Taxi came back in 2010, after the band released two well-received progressive jam-rock albums and played numerous high-profile festivals and tours opening for bands like Gov’t Mule, Matisyahu, and Umphrey’s McGee. Hoping to draw loyal fans as…

    Jon Wiederhorn
  • Hear NASA's 'Golden Record' From 1977 Voyager Mission

    In 1977, NASA launched the two Voyager spacecrafts with gold-plated records featuring sound collages showcasing the diverse culture, nature and industry of planet Earth – from Chuck Berry to Bach, industrial machinery to volcanic eruptions. The "Golden Record" project, led by author-astrophysicist…

    Rolling Stone