• AWOLNATION's Aaron Bruno Talks Hanging With Steve Perry and His Own Journey to Success

    "Steve Perry is just this beautiful human being that is still an amazing, caring musical mind, and to have him in my corner and care is incredible. To have these people that I looked up to as a kid just a phone number or text away is absolutely incredible."

  • Ed Sheeran Shares Stones Selfie

    On Saturday night, Ed Sheeran joined the Rolling Stones in Kansas City to sing “Beast of Burden”. The surprise appearance happened at the last minute, and Ed explained that Mick Jagger called him the day before to see if he’d be interested.

  • Armin Van Buuren Talks 'Another You,' Dada Life Go Bananas Over 'The Voyage' at EDC

    Armin Van Buuren is one of the most acclaimed DJ’s in the world, and he made a bold claim by comparing the rise of dance music to the British Invasion. He told SiriusXM’s Geronimo and Liquid Todd: “What is happening now with dance music is probably what happened when my parents were listening to the Beatles in the 1960s.

  • NBA Draft Inspires Athletes' Dramatic Readings of Drake Lyrics

    Before the ups and downs of last night’s NBA draft, several prospective players united for a different kind of drama – a dramatic reading of Drake lyrics for sports blog Bleacher Report.

  • Courtney Gets No Love From Uber Protestors

    Everyone has a terrible taxi story, but Courtney Love might take the cake. This morning she was held hostage in Paris by French taxi drivers indulging in their country’s favorite pastime: protesting.

  • Betting Site Puts Odds at 2:1 That Kanye Will Be Booed Off Stage at Festival

    When the U.K.’s annual Glastonbury Festival announced Kanye West as a headliner this year, people were outraged. One of them is even trying to force him out with a petition, which currently has over 134,000 signatures.

  • Taylor Swift Accused of Exploiting Photographers: ''Time to Stop Being 'Mean''

    A freelance photographer is accusing Taylor Swift of exploiting his work, due to a restrictive photography contract.

  • EDC Day 3: Calvin Harris, Flosstradamus Keep the Crowds Awake and Dancing

    After two days of consecutive dancing, the hordes of feet stomping EDC Las Vegas dance floors likely ached, but exhaustion had no effect on energy levels on the festival's third and final day. The neon-clad masses were just as energetic as the night prior - and what may have kept spirits up? Surprises that awaited discovery at every corner as well as peak moments of suspense at both main stage and cosmicMEADOW.

  • Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas: 10 Highlights From Day Two

    Following an opening day that showcased the festival’s impressive new stage designs, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas continued to weather hot temperatures on its second day.

  • Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas: 10 Highlights from Day One

    A lot has changed from last year's festival, including a major revamp of eight huge stages.

  • 'Breaking Bad' Star Makes Surprise Appearance at Electric Daisy Carnival

    Night two of the Electric Daisy Carnival took an unexpected turn when Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston suddenly appeared during a set from EDM group Above & Beyond, demanding the audience “Say my name" -- one of his character's most famous lines from the hit show.

  • Day Two of EDC a Showcase for EDM’s Elite

    Visiting EDC is a lot like going on vacation to a new country, it takes a day to get your bearings and understand just how big it is and how much there is to see and do. We’re not exaggerating, there is a carnival, a small town, a cathedral where dance enthusiasts can get married, and this festival has its own helicopter partner and makeshift restaurant with hostess and staff. EDC is its own city, and like any hopping city, EDC came to party on Saturday night. The music was louder, the crowds bigger, the fireworks brighter, and the spectacle grander

  • Sammy Hagar Defends Former Van Halen Bassist, Says "F*** You Eddie Van Halen"

    Sammy Hagar stuck up for former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony after Eddie Van Halen attacked his playing ability.

  • 2015 Warped Tour Launch Turns Up the Intense California Summer Heat

    After performing Cash Cash’s upbeat commercial hit “Take Me Home,” an unusual song to play on the first day of the 2015 Vans Warped Tour, Bebe Rexha said, “Somebody asked me, ‘Do you feel worried to play Warped Tour ‘cause you’re not a punk band?’ And I said, ‘Do you know what punk is?’ It’s a style. Sometimes we all feel left out. We go through the same things, we just express ourselves in different ways.”

  • Veterans Rule Day One Of EDC

    Day one of EDC in Las Vegas saw a slew of the current big name acts in EDM, from Afrojack and Martin Garrix to Steve Angello. While all of them left their mark on the main stage, Kinetic Field, it was on the peripheral stages that the night’s most memorable moments were occurring. That’s because at one point it was like an electronic music hall of fame, as one could’ve seen Fatboy Slim, Moby, and Carl Cox back-to-back-to-back for four straight hours of dance music nirvana

  • Foo Fans Can Now Virtually Sign Dave Grohl’s Leg Cast

    Usually it’s the other way around, but fans can now sign Dave Grohl’s leg cast, thanks to a brand new website.

  • Dierks Bentley Inspires Singalongs, Beer Chugs, Maddie & Tae in Flight Attendant Costumes

    "This is my Thursday night, too," noted Dierks Bentley from the stage June 18 in St. Louis, speaking not only to the crowd at hand, but to the world at large: The show was being live streamed to an unlimited audience via Yahoo Live. Luckily, the country star had no problem holding down the fort when it came to making the masses want to party.

  • Graduating Class Does Synchronized 'Shake it Off'

    Seniors at Portsmouth High School in New Hampshire surprised their parents with a flash mob set to Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off." Valedictorian Colin Yost gave a speech praising nerds everywhere and concluded with Taylor’s lyrics, telling his fellow graduates to “Shake Off” any criticism. And if all the synchronized moves looks hard to pull off, Colin made a helpful training video for the class of 2015 to learn.

  • Dierks Bentley Talks Partying, Pyro, Planes, and ‘People’

    “I never put so much time into prepping a tour,” says Dierks Bentley of his headlining Sounds of Summer Tour, which just kicked off this month and is promising to be one of the most fun-filled shows on country music’s busy touring season. "We’ve been working really hard the past six months getting this thing ready....It feels like it’s the best it’s ever been. Fresh and raw, going for stuff every night on stage!”

  • Pharrell Upstaged by 7-Year-Old Kid's Smooth Moves

    A young grade-school boy – and his extremely proud, and extremely loud dad – were the highlights at a recent Pharrell concert. At a show in Leeds, 7-year-old Dylan was the clear stand-out dancer among the other kids, dazzling the singer and the audience with some moves right out of Michael Jackson’s playbook.