• Grateful Dead survivors plan new show, with added stars

    With tickets for the final Grateful Dead shows selling out in minutes, the surviving members of the rock legends on Thursday announced an additional concert joined by fellow stars. The concert entitled "Dear Jerry" -- a tribute to Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia, who died in 1995 -- will take…

    AFP
  • Washington and the Music Industry: Under the Lens

    What should be an exciting growth industry for investors, the music industry is being threatened on multiple fronts. While some would be quick to think the music industry is battling technology companies, they are merely the delivery mechanism for the content that consumers are opting for in a…

    Fox Business (RSS)
  • Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert Lead ACM Charity Lineup

    The dates for the Academy of Country Music's third annual ACM Party for a Cause Festival have been announced, and in keeping with this year's relocation to Texas for the ACM's 50th anniversary celebration, the lineup of performers is a big one.   Set for April 17th and 18th at Globe Life...

    Rolling Stone
  • Apple’s Streaming Music Service Will Debut In June

    Apple’s streaming music service, which will be a totally overhauled version of Beats but with iTunes branding and tighter integration with Apple’s own devices and software, will make its official debut in June, likely at WWDC. A source with knowledge of the company’s current plans tells…

    TechCrunch
  • David Gilmour Announces New Solo Album, European Tour

    The legendary Pink Floyd guitarist and singer will play some of the region’s most exquisite venues, with an opener at the historic Roman amphitheatre, Arena Pula, in Croatia on Sept 12.

    Billboard
  • The Cure Guitarist Pearl Thompson's Art Goes on Display

    Guitarist who toured with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant now counts Henri Matisse and Joan Miro among his influences.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Putting Washington and the Music Industry Under the Microscope

    What should be an exciting growth industry for investors, the music industry is being threatened on multiple fronts. While some would be quick to think the music industry is battling technology companies, ...

    Fox Business
  • Rock Band 4 Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

    It's time to get the band back together. After a few years of hiatus, Harmonix announced Thursday morning it will bring the next iteration of its popular music-making franchise, Rock Band 4 , to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One by the end of the year. Rock Band 4 will bring some improvements to the…

    Wochit
  • Spotify's Top 10 most viral tracks

    The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday Feb. 23, to Sunday, March 2, via Facebook, ...

    Associated Press
  • Film Clip: 'The Wrecking Crew'

    Watch a clip from the documentary "The Wrecking Crew." Photo: Magnolia Pictures

    MarketWatch
  • Kris Kristofferson, Lady Antebellum, Jason Isbell Team for 'Skyville Live'

    Kris Kristofferson, Lady Antebellum and Jason Isbell are set to perform April 7th on the next edition of Skyville Live, which will stream exclusively online at SkyvilleLive.com. The innovative concert series debuted in January with a special show featuring Martina McBride, Gladys Knight and British…

    Rolling Stone
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    11 Musicians Known for Their Politics (11 photos)

    On Saturday, March 7 at 6:30 p.m. PT/9:30 p.m. ET, Yahoo Live will live stream Gang of Four's concert from Irving Plaza in New York City. Tune in HERE to watch! Music has long been used to make a political point. Names like Fela, Victor Jara, Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, and…

    Live Nation
  • How One YouTube Star Has Mastered the One-Take Music Video

    Artist, producer, and filmmaker Kurt Hugo Schneider combined his music and filmmaking skills to get "Huge on The Tube" (#HOTT). He crafted an epic one-take Bruno Mars medley starring Max Schneider and Victoria Justice. Eighteen million views and almost 30,000 comments later, Kurt gives a…

    Huffington Post
  • Watch GZA, Tom Morello Bring Hip-Hop Anthem to 'Fallon'

    GZA and Tom Morello hit up The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night for the live debut of their one-off collaboration "The Mexican," the Wu-Tang Clan rapper's cover of Babe Ruth's 1972 single (the British rock band, not the New York Yankee). For this rendition of the flamenco-flavored,…

    Rolling Stone
  • Ben & Jerry's Could One Day Sell Weed-Infused Ice Cream

    Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield — better known as the ice cream wizards behind Ben & Jerry's — are open to the idea of a weed-infused flavor. The duo recently sat down with HuffPo Live and revealed that they have had "previous experience with substances" and are big fans of marijuana legalization.…

    Eater
  • CMA Music Festival 2015 Announces Headliners

    Every summer, the CMA Music Festival takes over the clubs, conference halls and NFL football stadiums of downtown Nashville. It's like country music's own version of South by Southwest, with less BBQ buffets and more pedal steel guitar rigs.  Some of the best moments occur during the off-hours,…

    Rolling Stone
  • Remi's 'Raw X Infinity' Wins the Australian Music Prize

    The 23-year-old hip-hop artist's album Raw X Infinity was declared the winner at a ceremony in Sydney on Wednesday

    Billboard
  • Striking Matches: From 'Nashville' Favorites to Debut Album

    Consider yourself forewarned: Early on the morning of March 24, you might be woken up in Nashville by the sound of screaming down Music Row. Striking Matches will be releasing Nothing but the Silence, their debut album, that day, and the duo's Justin Davis tells Billboard that they want to share…

    Billboard
  • 'Blurred Lines' Trial: Pharrell Says Marvin Gaye Never Came Into His Head in the Studio

    Pharrell Williams testified in a single phrase to what he thinks "Blurred Lines" shares with the Marvin Gaye song it's said to copy: "Feel. Not infringement."

    Billboard