Lauv at GRAMMY U x GRAMMY Week
In 2018, men dominated music festival lineups by 70%. The 1975's Matt Healy wants to help artists fight the long-standing gender imbalance.
The Australian singer-songwriter tells the Recording Academy about her supernatural near misses, finding the words to fight inequality and how she’s still learning to tell people how she really feels.
The one-day fest will take place at the Grounds at Dignity Health Sports Park on May 2.
"What you see is what you get," says the eclectic British singer/songwriter, who also talks about working with Danger Mouse and Inflo on his new self-titled LP
The 28-date trek, which takes the revered ranchera singer across North America and Europe, is named after his forthcoming 2020 album.
The first wave of performers for the legendary festival also includes Khruangbin, Angélique Kidjo, Robert Glasper, Jimmy Cliff, A Christian McBride Situation and more...
No cause of death was released, but the singer's health had been deteriorating in the last years. Shabalala died in Pretoria, South Africa.
The artist will long be celebrated for his groundbreaking contemporary jazz recordings with the Pat Metheny Group.
Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors—the event's curators—are also slated to play, along with Dawes, Shovels & Rope, Molly Tuttle, Natalie Hemby, The McCary Sisters and others.
As anticipation for their next studio album mounts, Deftones will make stops in Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago and more.
Swedish R&B singer Snoh Aalegra, Afro beats artist Burna Boy and musician, singer/songwriter Thundercat will also take the stage at the Mann at Fairmount Park on Saturday, May 30.
The 67-year-old singer, songwriter and producer reacts to his recent viral fame and comments on "Stride"'s ability to resonate with everyone, regardless of generation.
The tour will launch in El Paso, Texas on March 26 and end in Vienna, Austria on Sept. 12. Run the Jewels will support the band on tour, except for the date in Chicago.