• Keith Richards Trash-Talks Led Zeppelin, The Who in New Interview

    Keith Richards has apparently added Led Zeppelin and The Who to his diss list. The Rolling Stones guitarist, who in recent months has characterized The Beatles’ landmark album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” as “rubbish” and slammed Black Sabbath as a joke, turned his poison tongue to Led…

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  • The Game's 'Documentary 2' Album Is Here

    A decade after his debut, The Game drops a sequel with The Documentary 2.

  • Rihanna Reveals Album Title & Artwork at Los Angeles Gallery

    Roy Nachum premieres artwork for Rihanna's 8th album in Los Angeles.

  • Video: Mick Jenkins – “Your Love”

    Mick tries to romance a lady in this '70s-themed video. The post Video: Mick Jenkins – “Your Love” appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

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  • Hot 100 Chart Moves: Meghan Trainor Hits Top 40, Sia & Sam Smith Start

    Trainor tallies a fourth top 40 hit from her album 'Title.' Plus, Sia and Smith debut & more.

  • Watch Willow Smith And Chance The Rapper Interview Each Other

    Chance really wants to join the Smith family. The post Watch Willow Smith And Chance The Rapper Interview Each Other appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

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  • No Ceilings: No Wyld

    No Wyld, a genre-blending trio who met in New Zealand and are now based in New York, are nomads. Get familiar. The post No Ceilings: No Wyld appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

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  • 'Hamilton's' Historic Chart Debut: By the Numbers

    "Hamilton" is one of the buzziest stage musicals in years, so it’s no surprise that its cast album makes a grand entrance on the Billboard 200 chart: it debuts at No. 12 with the second-biggest sales start in the Nielsen Music era.

  • 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...

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    Leave A Trace

    When the Glaswegian trio wrote and recorded their debut, The Bones Of What You Believe (2013), no one had heard of them. The three members (Iain Cook, Martin Doherty and Lauren Mayberry) came together with the idea of working on a writing project together, unsure of what path that would take other…

    Live Nation
  • Blake Shelton Announces 2016 Winter Tour Dates

    Blake Shelton will hit the road next February, launching a short tour to help drum up buzz for a new album and to promote his upcoming hits collection. Kicking off February 18th at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena, the month-long trek will take Shelton across the midwest, northeast and Tennessee, with...

    Rolling Stone
  • 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.

  • Joe Jonas Puts His Disney Past Behind Him With New Pop-Rock Group DNCE: 'It's a Big Risk'

    The former teen idol puts his Disney past and label woes behind him as he veers from brother Nick's solo footsteps with pop-rock quartet DNCE.

  • Hear It First: Natali Yura Debuts ‘Fall 4 U’ Radio Remix

    Natali Yura’s sultry, sophisticated style, which combines pop, R&B, house and dance elements, is a result of her globetrotting ways – born in South Korea, she calls Russian, London, and New York home and has recorded everywhere from Tokyo to Paris. She first made a splash with 2013’s “Scream For…

    Wendy Geller
  • 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
  • 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.

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  • 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.

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