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Katy Perry Dresses Up As A High School Cheerleader On her 29th Birthday

To celebrate her 29th birthday, Katy Perry decided to go for a "younger" look and dress as a high school cheerleader. She performed a five-song set for the 2,700 students and staff of Lakewood High School. The performance aired live on Good Morning ...

Lyor Cohen talk to Google to fund new music enterprise

Lyor Cohen, the former chairman and CEO of the Warner Music Company and cofounder of Def Jam Records, is in talks to get Google to fund his new music label and talent management company, according to reports.

Stream Arcade Fire's 'Reflektor' In Its Entirety For Free [LISTEN]

One of the most hyped albums of the season has finally arrived. And you can stream it for free. Arcade Fire has shared a stream of its upcoming Reflektor in its entirety via YouTube.

Pearl Jam, Miley Cyrus, Paul McCartney and Drake battled for the top album in the Billboard charts last week

Forgive us if we're bracing for next week; Katy Perry's Prism is set to drop and it could give Justin Timberlake's first 2013 release a run for the biggest opening frame of the year. Last week's Top 10 was still overrun by new albums however, so we ...

Kip Moore will get his own headlining tour after opening for Toby Keith, Eric Church, and postponement of Lady Antebellum tour

Kip Moore has done his fair share of providing support for some of country music's more preeminent acts, and now he's finally getting his own headlining tour. Although the venues won't be as spacious as those he occupied when opening for Toby Keith, ...

EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Britney Spears' Video For '...Baby One More Time' Turns 15, Director Nigel Dick Looks Back

It has been 15 years since Britney Spears' iconic "...Baby One More Time" video dropped, becoming a cornerstone in '90s pop history. To commemorate the anniversary of "...Baby One More Time," Music Times called up the video's director, Nigel Dick to ...

Solange Knowles' Saint Records Indie Label Announces Its First Project

Solange Knowles' boutique indie label Saint Records has announced its first major project, Saint Heron. The compilation album, to be distributed through Sony, will feature 12 tracks from unsuspected R&B acts.

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Makes a Country Cover Album with Norah Jones

What happens when an indie-jazz singer and a pop-punk singer come together? A country album, of course. Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has enlisted Norah Jones for a cover version of the Everly Brother's 1958 record, Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, ...

The Flaming Lips go sci-fi psychedelic in 'Wolf Children'

The Flaming Lips have premiered a new track, "Wolf Children" off the upcoming EP Peace Sword, which was inspired but the epic space story Ender's Game. The film based on Orson Scott Card's book opens Nov. 1 in theatres with the band digitally ...

Q&A With Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' Fan Site Co-Founder About The Inaugural Big Top Festival

Over the weekend, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros hosted their one-off, circus-inspired festival Big Top at Los Angeles State Historic Park. To see if the festival was all Ebert had hoped it would be for ESMZ fans, Music Times spoke with David ...

M.I.A., Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, the Creator Added To 2013 YouTube Music Awards

M.I.A., Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, the Creator have been added to the lineup for the inaugural YouTube Music Awards along with Eminem, Lady Gaga, and Arcade Fire. The 90-minute show will air live from New York City's Pier 36 on Nov. 3.

Arcade Fire Wants You To 'Shake Your Ass With A Tear In The Eye'

In keeping with the current marketing campaign playing as The Reflektors — the band recently played two shows in Brooklyn as The Reflektors and debuted their first single under that name at a show in Montreal — Arcade Fire stopped by the Colbert ...

Jim James Premieres Video For 'State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)' Off Debut LP 'Regions of Light and Sound of God'

Jim James has premiered the video for "State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)" off his debut solo LP, Regions of Light and Sound of God. Although the album dropped last February, the My Morning Jack frontman still hasn't put the album on the shelf quite yet.

London Quintet Duologue Revitalize Electro-Rock Music With Genre-Blending Sonic Experimentations

Electro-folk rock band Duologue has returned to New York City for their second year of CMJ. Music Times sat down with Tim Digby-Bell and Seb Dilleyston earlier this week at the Bowery Diner to talk about their album, the songwriting process behind ...

Sleigh Bells Perform 'Bitter Rivals' and 'Tiger Kit' On Jimmy Kimmel Live! With Horn Section, Backup Singers and Live Drummer

Sleigh Bells stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to perform two songs off the most recent album Bitter Rivals. Their performances are always fairly raucous, so when the duo of Alexis Krauss and Derek E. Miller added a horn-section trio, three ...

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