The 30th annual Northern California music festival will feature over 100 diverse acts, including Gregory Porter, Dianne Reeves, En Vogue, The Family Stone and Sons of Kemet.
The "Formation" singer, who voices one of the lionesses Nala, wears long, colorful dresses as she dances in the video, which premiered in an ABC primetime special on Tuesday, July16.
Reversing their split, the indie lo-fi trio return with a new LP 'Memory,' a U.S. tour and vinyl re-releases of their first two albums.
The exhibit, hosted by New Jersey’s Monmouth County Historical Association, will be "a comprehensive look at how Monmouth County, NJ has been thematically woven into Bruce Springsteen’s music and art throughout his career."
The Recording Academy announced Ken Ehrlich, longtime producer/executive producer of the GRAMMY Awards, will be the executive producer of the upcoming 62nd GRAMMY Awards, to be held on Jan.
The GRAMMY-winning pop and fashion icon named a few parties she'll be enjoying at the long-standing summer celebration.
Alan Palomo plots his chillwave project's extensive run of dates this fall.
The GRAMMY winner and Emmy nominee also tapped Childish Gambino, Pharrell, daughter Blue Ivy Carter, WizKid, Tierra Whack and Burna Boy for album due out July 19.
Through his EP singles, including "Lo Que Siento" and "Lover Is A Day," the independent artist from Hawthorne, Calif. has shown us his love for romantic lyrics and dream-pop beats. "Feelings" continues his lovey-dovey ways, this time with jazz-inspired horns.
The band unveils plans for their 11th studio album, the follow up to 2016's Schmilco, and deliver its cautionary, love-forward, first single.
The indie rock stalwart is kicking off his previously announced North American tour on July 28, and has added stand-alone conversations about the book in select cities along the trek.
MTV's music talent search project with Diddy is returning in 2020.
Even when the lights went out, the Big Apple didn't sleep; the massive Manhattan power outage caused last-minute cancelations on Broadway, but the actors brought the music outside.
Back in its heyday, Fort Apache studio operated as a warehouse in Roxbury before relocating to Cambridge, going on to record iconic albums like Hole's Live Through This, Radiohead's Pablo Honey and The Bends, and Dinosaur Jr.'s Green Mind. It's the recording studio where legends were made, and its legacy still lives on in The Bridge Sound And Stage.