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Black Sabbath Vol. 4 (1972)

14 Album Covers Featuring Just The Lead Singer

Sep 2014 21:38PM EDT

The lead singer of a rock band typically gets more attention than any other member, whether it's warranted or not. Many bands take advantage of this dynamic and release albums that feature just the lead singer on the cover, and no other member. Here are some album covers featuring just the lead singer.READ MORE

Bruce Springsteen - "Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ" (1973)

8 Albums Named after the Artist's Hometown: OutKast, Bruce Springsteen and More

Sep 2014 15:50PM EDT

Whether they would admit it or not, an artist's hometown has an insurmountable influence on their music, and these eight artists flaunted their hometown proudly.READ MORE

Bob Dylan - "Nashville Skyline" (1969)

6 Albums Named After The Place Where They Were Recorded

Sep 2014 13:48PM EDT

The location of a recording session can often have just as much influence as the musicians who are performing, which is something that these artists knew very well. Here are six albums named after the place where they were recorded.READ MORE

Harry Gregson-Williams

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: 'The Equalizer' Composer Harry Gregson-Williams

Sep 2014 11:24AM EDT

Harry Gregson-Williams is easily one of the most influential and sought after composers for film, TV, and video games. His music is as recognizable as the projects themselves, adding that needed layer of orchestration that helps tell the stories for which he’s composing. His latest project, director Antoine Fuqua’s The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington, just hit theaters this week and Harry couldn’t be more excited to have been involved in the thriller.READ MORE

Pitbull

T.J. Martell Foundation's Family Day Photo Slideshow Featuring Pitbull, Hilary Duff, Bleachers, Timeflies, Us The Duo, Bea Miller, And More

Sep 2014 10:23AM EDT

The 15th annual Family Day, hosted by the T.J. Martell Foundation, took place yesterday at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. The event featured a variety of carnival games and arts and crafts, top-notch desserts (thanks to Cake Boss and Baked By Melissa), celebrity guests as well as performances by Pitbull, Timeflies, Bleachers, Us The Duo, and Bea Miller with Hilary Duff, who was celebrating her birthday, hosting the festivities.READ MORE

New music from YACHT

Mixtape Monday: This Week's Newest Tracks for Sharing

Sep 2014 08:50AM EDT

Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new songs from The Fervor, Weezer, YACHT, Baths and more right here!READ MORE

Thom Yorke - 'Tomorrow's Modern Boxes' (2014)

Thom Yorke's 'Tomorrow's Modern Boxes': A Track-By-Track Review

Sep 2014 12:48PM EDT

Yesterday, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke revealed the true meaning behind his mysterious white record by releasing a new solo album "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes" through Bit Torrent. Here's a track-by-track review of Yorke's surprise album.READ MORE

Chris Lane and Jerrod Niemann

10 Things You May Not Know About Chris Lane

Sep 2014 12:34PM EDT

All Chris Lane fans know the basics - he was born and raised in Kernersville, North Carolina and had a great future in baseball but after an injury in college side-lined him, he turned to music and hasn't looked back. These are the things that you may not know ...READ MORE

Carrie Underwood

Bad Pregnancy Advice Carrie Underwood May Get But Should Avoid

Sep 2014 11:58AM EDT

Once a woman gets pregnant, weird things happens to her body (expected things, but still weird like food cravings, headaches for no apparent reason and morning sickness), but even weirder things happen to the people around her. Suddenly, every aspect of her being is open to discussion and advice comes out of the woodwork! Some of it is good but some of it is not just bad, it's ridiculously awful.READ MORE

Family Day

T.J. Martell Foundation's Family Day To Feature Performances From Pitbull, Timeflies, Bleachers, And More, Benefits Cancer And Aids Awareness, Research

Sep 2014 11:53AM EDT

The 15th annual Family Day, hosted by the T.J. Martell Foundation, takes place this Sunday at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. The event, famed for being the biggest indoor carnival in the city, will feature a variety of fun activities, celebrity guests as well as performances by Pitbull, Timeflies, Bleachers (Jack Antonoff of fun.'s latest band), Us The Duo, Bea Miller (X Factor finalist) with Hilary Duff hosting the festivities.READ MORE

Kip Moore

Country Music Calendar - Upcoming Events for the Week of September 29 to October 5, 2014

Sep 2014 11:40AM EDT

A snapshot of what's coming up in Country music next week...READ MORE

Michael W. Smith

Christian Music Calendar - Upcoming Events for the Week of September 29 to October 5, 2014

Sep 2014 11:35AM EDT

A snapshot of what's coming up in Christian music next week...READ MORE

Beyonce - "Beyonce" (2013)

12 Self-Titled Albums That Aren't Debuts

Sep 2014 20:02PM EDT

Self-titled albums are pretty standard for musicians, but they're almost always an artist's debut album, establishing a brand and a presence. There are some artists, however, who decide for whatever reason to release self-titled albums later on in their career. Here are 12 self-titled albums that aren't debuts.READ MORE

The Beatles - White Album

10 Albums With Anti-Cover Artwork: Kanye West, The Beatles, And More

Sep 2014 14:59PM EDT

Today, U2 shared the official cover to their latest album Songs of Innocence, and though the official cover is definitely more professional and artistic, I actually prefer the minimalist anti-cover that was used for its initial release. Here are 10 more albums with similar anti-covers.READ MORE

Alan Powell

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Alan Powell Talks the Differences and Similarities of Himself and Jed King

Sep 2014 13:58PM EDT

Alan Powell has been best known for his part in Reunion Records' Anthem Lights. After today, he will also be known for his leading role in The Song. Though it is his first film, Richard Ramsey said that there was never a question that he was Jed King. "He had tremendous chemistry with the two lead actresses. He also had that 'swagger'... something intangible, that Jed needed to have to convince an audience his character could be famous. People gasp in disbelief when I tell them this is Alan’s first film. I’ve known people who’ve been acting for years who can’t do some of the stuff he does in this movie." In this exclusive interview with Kim Jones, Alan Powell talks about exploring this new side of himself as an actor while still holding on to his identity as a singer, husband and father.READ MORE

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