Scroll to Top

Category Archives: Music

Jazz drummer Jimmy Cobb, best known for backing Miles Davis on a string of iconic records, including 1959’s Kind of Blue, has died from lung cancer at age 91, NPR reports. Cobb, born in Washington...

Metallica dusted off some deep cuts on their 2014 “By Request Tour,” which allowed fans to curate each setlist through online voting. For the band’s latest installment of their #MetallicaMondays...

Queen’s Brian May revealed that he’s feeling “incredibly grateful” after recovering from a “small heart attack” that left him “very near death.” And it’s only part of a complicated...

Todd Snider: Bob Dylan finds a million different ways to do one-four-five blues, Chuck Berry-style rock & roll, my favorite kind of song. I think there’s a story getting told here that I...

Journey’s Neal Schon announced a pair of lineup changes — including the return of bassist and American Idol judge Randy Jackson — Saturday following an alleged coup attempt by the band’s now-former...

Yeah Yeah Yeahs treated fans to a socially distanced rendition of their “Phenomena” live from Karen O’s closet Saturday. “Somethin’ like a phenomena,” Karen O said of the performance. “Party...

“The panhandle of Texas is a really forgotten part of the world. It’s not a pretty place; it’s dusty and it smells like cow shit, but it has its beauty. And the people are just the best,” says...

Singer-songwriter Richard Marx delivered quick set of classic tracks from his home in Malibu, California, in the latest installment of Rolling Stone‘s In My Room, a series in which artists perform...

Rising rapper and singer the Last Artful, Dodgr delivered a boisterous performance both inside and outside her house in the latest installment of Rolling Stone‘s In My Room, a series in which artists...

Could your weekend playlist use a little more seasoning? Rolling Stone Latin selects some of the best new music releases from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Keep track of the latest in Latin...

Before the coronavirus slammed the country, Dan Auerbach says he had a sense of what was coming. In late January, on the way back home to Nashville after the Grammy Awards in L.A., the Black Keys singer-guitarist...

Superb production, anchored by Wheezy, elevates the rapper’s latest portrait of his absurdly lavish lifestyle. ...

Brian Wilson has shared a gorgeous cover of the song “God Only Knows” from Crowded House frontman Neil Finn. According to Wilson, the Melbourne singer and instrumentalist first recorded vocals...

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande have teamed up for an uplifting song that looks at the bright side of things for their new collaboration “Rain On Me.” The single will appear on Lady Gaga’s Chromatica,...

Sharon Van Etten will perform a livestream of her 2019 debut album, Because I Was in Love, on May 29th. Tickets are currently available and a portion of the event’s ticket proceeds will benefit the...

John Prine’s family will celebrate the late singer-songwriter’s legacy with the Picture Show  livestream tribute. Produced by the Prine family and Oh Boy Records, the June 11th event will feature...

Lana Del Rey released a passionate open letter on her Instagram late on Wednesday night in which she writes — among other things — that she has a new album in the works, scheduled for release on...

The Weeknd has unveiled a new remix of his After Hours track, “In Your Eyes,” which features Doja Cat. The singer, aka Abel Tesfaye, released the cut at midnight on Wednesday. Despite the song’s...

The Weeknd has postponed his tour for After Hours to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The trek in support of Abel Tesfaye’s fourth album was originally scheduled to kick off June 11th, 2020, in...

David Lee Roth caused mild panic in the Van Halen fan community late last year when he told the press that the band was “finished” as he announced plans for his Las Vegas residency and solo tour...