Flaming Lips’ frontman Wayne Coyne broke the news of Miley Cyrus and Flaming Lips covering ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’ by uploading pics on instagram, one where she’s rolling a doobie!
The Black Keys’ sponsorship of Akron Little League team turns into full-fledged fundraiser for the entire league through sales of specially designed baseball jerseys.
Demo reels featuring unreleased studio mixes from the making of the bandâ€™s classic 1975 album Physical Graffiti are going up for bids, along with other memorabilia from Clapton, Lennon and more.
Paul Lamere at MusicMachinery.com took on the extraordinary task exploring locations and distinct musical preferences and mapping out the results state-by-state. The results might surprise you.
Imagine Dragons breaks Billboard record with ‘Radioactive’, earns precious metal for ‘It’s Time’ and Robert Plant reveals details of forthcoming new album with his backing band Sensational Space Shifters.
Layout changes to World Famous Hangout Festival include a Viacom Broadcast Center, movement of Boom Boom Room so two artists can perform from 9-11pm, and Gulf Access in one area.
â€œFree business advice to youngsters is part of every Americanâ€™s debt to society.â€ … Jack White …
Jay Leno bid a tearful good-bye for his final show, thanking his staff, the audience and more. Watch the video here.
Pete Seeger, a seminal figure in American music who kept folk music alive and influenced generations of musicians from Bob Dylan to Bruce Springsteen, died Monday of natural causes in New York, his grandson confirmed to The New York Times. Seeger was 94.
Grammy’s usual show-closer, musicians from different bands jam. Other combos include Stevie Wonder with Daft Punk and Chicago with Robin Thicke.
American Idol banned songs list; Successful sex change for Tull keyboardist; Boss Jock Wolfman Jack born 1938; Jackie Wilson’s death….
Lead Belly, Elvis, Paul Stanley, RnR Hall of Fame Ceremony artist shenanigans, Death of Etta James and more.
Foster the People’s second effort, Supermodel, due out in March
Pioneering guitarist Jimmy Page turns 70 today and Dave Matthews is 47. In rock history Jack White’s elephant head purchase, John Lennon on comedy show, death in the Allman Bros family, Black Crowes’ hiatus and more