This week One Direction’s Harry Styles goes solo, Paramore follow-up their self-titled record with an eighties-style throwback, three-fourths of No Doubt join forces with Davey Havok of AFI to form Dreamcar, Todd Rundgren releases an electro-tinged, guest-filled record and the Zac Brown Band
Singer-songwriter turned Broadway star gets a meditation lesson from ABC News' Dan Harris and meditation teacher Jeff Warren.
We have come to the end of another year. In 2016, we lost an unreasonable number of legendary performers and it has been a rather trying year otherwise, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this has been the best year musically since 1999. You wouldn’t know that by turning on the radio as
This week is a collection of winners. As we enter December, the Rolling Stones drop a collection of classic blues covers, Childish Gambino reinvents himself as an oddball funk artist, John Legend joins forces with producer Blake Mills on his latest album and Deadmau5 releases a confident new album.
Mayor Bill Peduto rallied the crowd with lines made famous by George Clinton.
A Texas youth football coach whose pre-game dance routine went viral said he could not resist moving when he heard his fraternity’s song played at the game. Jermaine Cooper, a coach of the West Beaumont Bulldogs in Beaumont, Texas, was caught on camera by a team parent dancing to “Atomic Dog” by
This week Dr. Dre , inspired by the making of “Straight Outta Compton” goes back to his roots and releases his first album in 16 years. Indie rocker and songwriter Mac DeMarco releases a really short new album, Chelsea Wolfe explores sludgy sounds and singer-songwriter Laura Burhenn releases her
This week the members of Incubus release a new EP, Snoop Dogg joins forces with Pharrell to celebrate the funk, Old 97’s front-man Rhett Miller delivers his latest solo offering, former Moloko vocalist Róisín Murphy offers up an innovative collection of dance music, electronic/hip-hop artist
This week British pop songstress Jessie J drops her third album, "Frozen” star Idina Menzel gives us an early start to the holiday season, Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke drops his latest dance-flavored album, Something Corporate/Jack’s Mannequin front-man Andrew McMahon goes solo, the members of
This week Radiohead’s Thom Yorke dropped a surprise album, Prince released not one but two new records, Lucinda Williams released a new double album, Oasis’ “(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?” got the deluxe reissue treatment, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross scored David Fincher’s latest film, “Gone