• 6 TV Theme Songs Made By Famous Musicians

    Here's a look at television series that have been lucky enough to have famous musicians write and/or perform their theme songs.

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  • Nelly Readies Country Music EP

    Fifteen years after the release of his debut album, Country Grammar, Nelly is gearing up to record a proper country record.  The news arrived earlier this week courtesy of the rapper's new manager, J. Erving, who announced Nelly's crossover plans during an interview with Billboard.  "He's a free…

    Rolling Stone
  • Live Nation buys stake in Bonnaroo music festival

    Concert promoter and ticket seller Live Nation said Tuesday that it bought a controlling stake in annual music festival Bonnaroo. The purchase will boost Live Nation's portfolio of music festivals, which ...

    Associated Press
  • Curren$y Rides Low, Homie, in Old-School “Cars” Video

    Every Curren$y music video is essentially its own three-four-minute car show. Presented in the highest definition (aka 4K), “Cars” does not stray from the Jet Life tradition, featuring plenty of lowriders and hydraulics. The song is the opening track off a new EP called Even More Saturday Night Car…

    Boldride
  • Blur Takes on the World

    The irony is that Blur offered one of the all-time-great pieces of evidence in favor of the idea that it doesn't matter what music says: The woohoo-laden “Song 2” tried to parody U.S. rock radio and ended up ruling it, with most American listeners never getting that the joke was on them. In…

    The Atlantic
  • Hear Alternate Version of Rolling Stones' 'Can't You Hear Me Knocking'

    When the Rolling Stones gathered at London’s Olympic Studios in the summer of 1970 to work on Sticky Fingers, they'd already laid down several classics like "Brown Sugar" and "Dead Flowers"  in previous months. But they weren't out of steam yet. During a jam with Charlie Watts, Keith Richards...

    Rolling Stone
  • The Future of Music Making?

    Since the dawn of mankind there has been music. Sounds were celebrated during gatherings for their ability to set a specific mood. Drums were most likely the first instruments. Somewhere down the line, strings were plucked and strummed. But since the discovery of sound recording, and especially…

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  • CIMA Kicks Off 40th Year In Style With Awards Gala & Celebration!

    TORONTO -- The Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) is thrilled to be celebrating 40 years of representing Canada's independent music industry. Founded in 1971 and incorporated on July 4, 1975, ...

    GlobeNewswire
  • Full Broken Age soundtrack launching digitally April 28, on CD in June

    Broken Age's full original score will be released digitally tomorrow, April 28, coinciding with the launch of the game's second act, music label Sumthing Else Music Works announced today. Peter O'Connell's lush, beautiful score has been available since the first act of Broken Age launched in…

    Polygon
  • Hear Nate Ruess' Epic 'Grand Romantic' Opener 'AhHa'

    Nate Ruess of fun. has shared the frenzied, multi-suite epic "AhHa," the opening track off his upcoming debut solo album Grand Romantic. The single's opening salvo is reminiscent of Ruess' foot-stomping, Queen-inspired fun. works, but the track soon blossoms into a touching tale about breaking…

    Rolling Stone
  • Watch Run the Jewels' Killer Mike give a race relations talk at MIT

    Rapper Killer Mike has long been vocal on topics concerning race and hip-hop. (That's all on top of releasing one of the best albums of 2014 last fall.) Last Friday, Mike made an appearance at MIT as part of the university's Hip Hop Speaker Series. During his two-hour talk, the rapper held forth…

    The Verge
  • Lady Antebellum Preview Soaring 'Wheels Up' Tour

    The big inspiration for Lady Antebellum's upcoming Wheels Up Tour? A certain British rock band with a penchant for lasers. "We refer to Coldplay a lot," said Hillary Scott, talking to reporters after the trio gave a short preview of what their show will sound like (big hits) and look like...

    Rolling Stone
  • Music Monday (4/27): This Week's New Albums + Videos

    Our guide to this week's album releases also features the week's top new music videos from artists like Sia, Killer Mike, and Brandon Flowers, plus brand new streaming music from the likes of Mac McCaughan, Chemical Brothers, and more. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic

    Metacritic
  • Refused is making a new album 17 years after The Shape of Punk to Come

    Refused’s The Shape of Punk to Come is one of the most blistering, original, and important records in the history of hardcore music, sounding like a manifesto for the future of a stale genre upon its release in 1998. Except, well, Refused broke up almost immediately after it came out, meaning that…

    The Verge
  • Daily Meditation: Song To The Moon

    We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness exercises can be part of bringing spirituality alive in your life.Today's meditation features a song from Antonín Dvořák's opera, Rusalka, performed by renowned singer…

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  • Watch Jason Isbell Pay Tribute to Warren Zevon on 'Letterman'

    With a new, "celebratory" album hitting stores in July and a baby due by early fall, there's about to be a lot of noise in Jason Isbell's life. Maybe that's why he chose to dial things back for his performance on the Late Show With Dave Letterman Friday night, hitting...

    Rolling Stone
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    Make up artist transforms face into iconic album covers (11 photos)

    An artist has gone to incredible lengths to paint several iconic album covers on her own face. London-based artist Natalie Sharp wanted to celebrate Record Store Day in a unique way and asked her Facebook friends for suggestions of which album covers to paint. She was overwhelmed with responses and…

    Yahoo News30 mins ago