Steven Tyler News
What to Expect From 'Country’s Night to Rock'
Brett Eldredge will host his first "CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock" special with Thomas Rhett and the “Wanna Be That Song” hitmaker admitted he experienced a bit of a learning curve in the role. “We're used to getting onstage and getting people to party and have a good time,” Eldredge
Stephen Marley's New Album Mixes Hip-Hop With His Dad's 'Signature Reggae Style'
This is one of those weeks where the release-schedule appears to be taking a little bit of a summer nap. This week Fountains Of Wayne vocalist Chris Collingwood debuts his new project Look Park, Stephen Marley brings along a ton of guests while infusing a bit of hip-hop into his family’s famous
George Harrison's Estate Blasts Use of "Here Comes the Sun" at GOP Convention
George Harrison 's estate condemned the use of "Here Comes the Sun" during the GOP convention's final night, calling it "offensive." The famous song played as Ivanka Trump took the stage, minutes before she introduced her father and newly-minted Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump , in
Steven Tyler's New Record Is 'Better Than Expected,' but 'an Awkward Move'
This week, Snoop Dogg reconnects with his roots while expanding into new territory, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler makes his solo debut, the new “Ghostbusters” movie gets a soundtrack, singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka releases his second album, pop-punk band Good Charlotte returns and Dirty Heads
Two of the Year's Best Albums Were Just Released
This week, sample-heavy Australian crew The Avalanches release their long-awaited sophomore album, sixteen years after their debut. Additionally, rapper ScHoolboy Q drops a new album, Kathleen Hanna’s latest band The Julie Ruin make a return, Aphex Twin delivers a new EP, Moloko’s Roisin Murphy has
Everything You Need to Know About the Billboard Music Awards
What makes the Billboard Music Awards, airing Sunday evening on ABC, different from other awards shows? It's all about the fans, said one of the show's hosts, Ludacris. "Because it's the people that vote," Ludacris told ABC News. "When it comes to the charts, every artist is constantly looking at
Aerosmith : Rumor That We're Replacing Steven Tyler Is 'Completely Untrue'
Simmer down, Aerosmith fans: The band is not replacing lead singer Steven Tyler . A statement posted on Aerosmith's Twitter account and released by its reps on Friday said, "There's absolutely no truth to a story circulating that Aerosmith is looking for a new singer." Tyler, 68, is currently
I Won’t Be Your 'Beast of Burden,' Stones Say to Donald Trump
The Rolling Stones have joined a growing number of musicians that do not want Donald Trump to play their music at his campaign events. A rep for the English rock band released a statement on Wednesday stating, "The Rolling Stones have never given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs
A Final Farewell to 'American Idol'
After years of successfully launched careers, feuds and drama, America chose its final American Idol.
85 Years of Mangling the 'Star-Spangled Banner' as Our National Anthem
President Herbert Hoover likely had no clue what havoc he would wreak when he signed a congressional act 85 years ago today making “The Star-Spangled Banner” the official national anthem of the United States. In essence, he gave formal license to all of us to have our way with the song, as comedian