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The lineup for this year's Louder Than Life Festival was just released. Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, Billy Idol, Avenged Sevenfold, Suicidal Tendencies, and more were confirmed to perform at the music event.
The Foo FIghters officially announced CalJam 2018 and revealed the lineup for the upcoming 12-hour rock extravaganza. Billy Idol, Iggy Pop, and Krist Novoselic are among the performers.
Two Foo Fighters fans got married in Texas during the alternative rock band's concert. Belinda Marie Rosales and Tony Rosales said 'I do' while Dave Grohl sang 'Everlong' onstage.
Courtney Love and Billy Idol were among the stars who will perform in Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison 'Above Ground' charity event. The live concert will benefit the Recording Academy's Musicare foundation.
A Prince documentary underway, and will feature the likes of Bono, Billy Idol and Mick Jagger. The documentary is being released by German film distribution company Ascot Elite Entertainment Group and is reportedly due out next year in Europe.
Since 2011, iHeartRadio has brought us the highly anticipated iHeartRadio Music Festival in Nevada, and on Friday, September 23, and Saturday, September 24, the two-day event returns for its sixth year. Hosted at the T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas, ...
The "Live Music Capital of The World" will live up to its name this weekend when the Austin City Limits Music Festival kicks off Friday afternoon in Austin, Texas. The festival, which spreads out over two weekends (October 2-4 and October 9-11), will ...
The 11th annual MusiCares Map Fund Benefit Concert took place Thursday night at New York's Best Buy Theater with an evening dedicated to music of the Who, complete with performances by Joan Jett, Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nile and Billy Idol.
As a St. Louis native, it has been exciting to see how Loufest has grown from a local event to one of the big dogs. Now in its sixth year, the two-day festival boasts a lineup that includes The Avett Brothers, Hozier, Ludacris, Billy Idol, Brandon ...
After nearly a decade of lying dormant, Billy Idol is finally giving the world more, more, more. Today (June 16), the "White Wedding" rocker announced that he will release a new album later this year alongside his memoir Dancing With Myself.