Pearl Jam News
Editor's note: This story contains explicit language. Theo Epstein's got a finger bleeding on his pick hand. There is blood on the strings and the fretboard, and he keeps hammering away on Pearl Jam and Led Zeppelin covers. He's sitting on a small orange amplifier, playing loud and fast. It's 1 in
Investors Join Call for North Carolina to Repeal LGBT Law
Some 60 investors representing $2.1 trillion in managed assets are joining the NCAA, entertainers and more than 200 businesses in calling for North Carolina to repeal the state's law limiting LGBT protections against discrimination
Rihanna, Kendrick, Metallica Play at Global Citizen Fest
Rihanna ran through her pop and R&B hits, Eddie Vedder partnered with Chris Martin and Kendrick Lamar was enthusiastic and energetic during his hour-long set at the Global Citizen Festival in New York
Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Turns 25
On Sept. 24, 1991, Nirvana released their mind-blowing sophomore album, “Nevermind.” The album was also their major-label debut as the band shifted over to DGC records in part because it was also the home of Sonic Youth. It’s strange to think that the time since Nirvana released “Nevermind,” is one
Steve Gleason: My playlist
The documentary film "Gleason" tells the inspiring story of former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason facing life after a diagnosis of ALS and how that changed his perspective on becoming a father. Music plays an integral role in the "Gleason" family, and, as shown throughout the film, many of
Pop Up Dave Matthews Band Exhibit Opens in NYC
ABC News' Will Ganns gives us a tour of the Dave Matthews Band's 25th anniversary exhibit at the Morrison Hotel Gallery.
North Carolina Goes Head to Head with the U.S. Justice Department over Transgender Rights
The culture war over gay rights and public accommodations for transgender Americans is heading to federal court this morning.
Officials: North Carolina must show proof of discrimination-free zone, or lose NCAA tournament games
The North Carolina cities of Greensboro and Charlotte must prove to the NCAA how each site will provide a discrimination-free zone in their respective arenas, or risk losing hosting privileges for the NCAA tournament's first and second rounds in 2017 and 2018, multiple NCAA officials told ESPN on
Blue Man Group's Latest Album Shows 'An Astounding Level of Musicianship'
There were albums released this week by artists other than Beyonce . Celebrated U.K. rock act Lush break a 20-year silence with their new EP, indie-rocker Robert Pollard re-ignites the Guided By Voices name, Blue Man Group releases their third proper studio album, Seattle band Candlebox returns and