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Andrew Bird has released a new song, “Christmas in April,” which he wrote back at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic as he imagined what the holiday season might look like during quarantine. The...

The Dirty Knobs, the new band led by Mike Campbell, have released the single “Fuck That Guy” from their upcoming album Wreckless Abandon, out November 20th via BMG. Co-written by Campbell and...

Foo Fighters, Pink, Cher, John Legend and Jon Bon Jovi are among the artists who will perform during Sunday night’s “I Will Vote” virtual event in support of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Democratic...

Kanye West talked about his presidential campaign, the coronavirus, religion, his mental health, a possible run for California governor and the “treacherous” music industry in a wide-ranging, three-hour...

A busking musician whose guitar was smashed by a passerby received a surprise this week when he was given a new guitar purchased for him by Jack White. Matt Grant, a 26-year-old busker in Edinburgh,...

Arlo Guthrie took to Facebook on Friday to announce his retirement from touring. In a lengthy post titled “Gone Fishing,” the folk singer-songwriter explained that he’s canceled his upcoming...

Ariana Grande is the President in her video for new single, “Positions.” The R&B-tipped pop track leads off her upcoming, as-yet-untitled sixth studio album. It arrives on October 30th, according...

Black Thought stepped out of his role of Tonight Show band member to serve as Jimmy Fallon’s featured musical guest on Wednesday’s episode, where the Roots rapper delivered a medley of two tracks...

In another life, Stevie Nicks would have been a music-film editor. “I think I’m really good at it,” she says one Friday evening, calling from her home in Los Angeles. Her canine companion Lily...

A TV series based on Tegan and Sara’s High School — their memoir that traces the Quin sisters’ teenage years and the twins finding their respective voices both musically and through their personal...

Jarvis Cocker’s band JARV IS… covered the Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs” during an exhibition saluting choreographer Michael Clark. The sextet faithfully recreated the droning tune,...

On October 6th, Steve Perry got a text from his recording engineer that read, “Oh man, Eddie Van Halen. I can’t believe it.” The former Journey frontman had no idea what he was talking about....

After nearly three-and-a-half years out of the public eye, Adele will return to the spotlight by serving as host — but not musical guest — on the October 24th episode of Saturday Night Live. Adele...

Demi Lovato and Marshmello, Finneas and YG performed sets at empty venues in Los Angeles to mark the first day of the Save Our Stages Festival (#SOSFest), a three-day virtual event in support of the...

Matt Berninger performed three tracks from his just-released new album Serpentine Prison — The National singer’s first solo LP — as part of CBS This Morning’s “Saturday Sessions.” For...

In the preface of the Contract With Black America that Ice Cube published in late August — amidst the ongoing global civil-rights uprising — professor and economist Darrick Hamilton wrote about...

When the Texas Gentlemen released their new album back in July, they aimed to catch the attention of fans with three outrageous exclamation points in its title. Floor It!!! didn’t need the extra...

Demi Lovato has released a heartfelt video for her new single, “Commander In Chief,” following her live performance of the song during Wednesday’s Billboard Music Awards. The clip opens with...

Neil Young isn’t releasing his 10-disc collection Archives Volume 2: 1972-1976 until November 22nd, but paid subscribers of The Neil Young Archives website now have access to the previously unreleased...

Stevie Wonder has kept a relatively low profile over the last decade, but that quiet period — which follows a health scare — seems to be ending. On Tuesday, the 70-year-old legend announced the...