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B.B. King has been touring for the better part of seven decades, but there's a chance we might have already seen the iconic Delta bluesman's final live performance.
Beats headphones have become a staple of football broadcasts over the past few years. Several players don them during pre-game warm-ups to listen to their favorite tunes, and images like the one attached to this story are common.
'Inherent Vice' will not be officially released until January, but critics got a first look on Saturday morning.
During a recent interview, rapper Lil Boosie shared his thoughts on the African-American community as his new album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell remains delayed.
After months of protests and political maneuvering, Nashville's RCA Studio A has been saved from certain death.
Following April's unplugged Time Travelers & Bonfires, the group has been playing toned-down shows across the country, and they just announced the final leg of their tour.
Jack White has a wealth of experience working with female performers in the music industry, but the same can't be said for the majority of popular rock acts.
Hip-hop crew G-Unit shared a music video for their single "Changes" recently, and the boys are keeping it pretty classy in the clip.
The soundtrack for the summer blockbuster "Guardians of the Galaxy" was a surprise hit after it climbed the charts with a roster of all previously released material from the era of vinyl LPs. It's no wonder then that the album is getting the royal ...
Wu-Tang Clan's next full-length album, "A Better Tomorrow," will be released just in time for the holiday season on December 2, their new label, Warner Bros., announced yesterday (October 3).
When an artist has an iconic name, it's tempting to use that name wherever possible, especially within the title of an album. Here are 10 albums that incorporate the artist's name without being simply self-titled.
Epidermolysis bullosa better watch out, because Eddie Vedder is coming to kick its ass.
A third clip from Pink Floyd's highly anticipated album The Endless River has surfaced, and there's a lot of guitar.
Nevermind producer Butch Vig recently served as the keynote speaker for Yellow Phone Music Conference, where he claimed Kurt Cobain and Nirvana rehearsed 10 hours a day for a period of six months before recording their 1991 mega-hit.
Lorde performed her new "Hunger Games" single "Yellow Flicker Beat" live for the first time, sporting a flowing red gown for her Thursday night (October 2) gig in Berkeley, California.