Bright Eyes performing in 2011
We caught up with the legendary GRAMMY-winning musician backstage at the GRAMMY Museum before he chatted onstage with his celeb bestie, Jimmy Kimmel.
The North American summer tour will launch in Denver on Aug.7 and hit other cities including Albuquerque, N.M., Dallas, Brooklyn. N.Y. and Toronto before the last stop in Maryland Heights, Mo. on Sept. 17.
Returning from a nine-year performance hiatus, Bright Eyes will embark on a 2020 world tour, making stops in Tokyo, Los Angeles, New York and London.
The group, led by Justin Vernon, will kick off the three dates in La Crosse on Oct. 5, then head to Wausau on Oct. 8 and wrap up in Appleton on Oct. 8. Fans have to pledge to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 3 in order to get access to presale tickets.
The GRAMMY-nominated producer also talks about getting her start in a studio in Memphis, moving to Miami, and realizing her R&B dreams working with the likes of Monica and Usher
The 10-time GRAMMY winner nodded to her native Chicago, where this year's event is being hosted, and NBA legend Michael Jordan.
Following a moving speech from NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson, the singer performed a heart-wrenching rendition of "For All We Know," from Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway.
He helped popularize and solidify Omaha's local music scene via his work with the dance-punk band and other projects.
The multi-day gathering, taking place during International Women's Day weekend this March, will feature multiple live events and speaker series.
The U.K. rock legends are currently in the studio working on their first full-length since 2015's Still Got That Hunger.
The Queen Of Soul was honored with the Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award that same year, in 1994.
The track features an all-star cast of producers and songwriters, including Eilish's brother/producer FINNEAS, GRAMMY-winning film score composer Hans Zimmer, guitar virtuoso Johnny Marr and others.