Brandi Carlile performs "The Joke" at the 2019 GRAMMYs
First artist reveal for iHeartRadio Music Festival's Daytime Stage on Sept. 21 also includes supporting acts Cnco, Fletcher, Monsta X, Old Dominion, Brett Young and Zara Larsson.
The two bands' ability to be different by being themselves helped pioneer U.S. punk and alternative rock.
The singer/songwriter earned her first three wins at the 2019 GRAMMYs, where she also gave a stellar performance of "The Joke."
The comedic pop trio plan to hit the road, tongues planted firmly in cheek, for eight dates across the U.S. In June.
The Music Business Association (Music Biz) will recognize Rucker for "his lifelong philanthropic efforts" on May 7 in Nashville.
The three-day festival at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Illinois is a uniquely guitar-centered celebration that has hosted some of the greatest.
GRAMMY-winning gospel soul legend Al Green has announced his return to the road this April for the first string of liv
Controversial and experimental, 1969's Wedding Album invited listeners into the couple's marriage, intimacy and peace activism, in part thanks to its souvenir-filled packaging, recreated for this reissue and released in time for April's Record Store Day.
The band will also play seldom B-side performances, curated catalog cuts and perform with "evocative visual backdrops at the four shows.
The Australian electro glam-rock duo is embarking on a 2019 U.S. tour, 10 years after the North American release of their debut album.
LaPolt was honored at this year's Entertainment Law Initiative event featuring appearances by former Michelle Obama chief of staff Tina Tchen and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler.
The Songwriters Hall Of Fame announced music publishing executive and member of its Board of Directors Martin Bandier will receive the organization's Visionary Leadership Award this summer.
The onetime duo reminisce about their 1994 Motown debut, which featured the hit single "Hey Mr. D.J." and is still remixed today.
The retro rock quartet's quest was codified with a big GRAMMY win for Best Rock Album, but what does this mean for the band and the genre?
The first-time GRAMMY winner shares her thoughts on women supporting each other, dreaming bigger and more at the 2019 GRAMMYs.