With country artists rolling out tour plans in anticipation of a receding pandemic, Nashville executives are beginning to make personal appearances again, too.
Legendary songwriter Paul Williams will receive the warrior award – and singer/songwriter/activist Milck will receive the new warrior award — at the inaugural SONA Warrior Awards on May 23.
As part of her cover interview with British Vogue, Billie Eilish answered questions from 23 celebs, including Justin Beiber, Missy Elliott, the Spice Girls’ Mel C and many more.
The 2021 edition of Roskilde Festival, one of Europe’s premier summer music fests, has been scrapped due to the health crisis.
The country icon warms up for a pair of socially distanced shows later this month as part of the Concerts on the Farm series on the Bonnaroo festival site in Manchester, Tenn.
On Sunday night (May 2), Dave Grohl brought someone on on stage who didn’t need any introduction.
Combs shared a snap of his Florida driver license which carries his full, official name.
From Bebe Rexha’s long-awaited new album to Chloe Moriondo’s bloodthirsty new LP, check out just a few of our favorite releases from this week below:
Festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents announced that the original lineup for the Misfits will headline Saturday night of Aftershock.
Chance the Rapper announced on Friday (May 7) that he will release his concert film Magnificent Coloring World with AMC Theatres this summer.
Stream new music from Ozuna, Victoria La Mala, Micro TDH and more on this week’s First Stream Latin.
DJ Khaled sat with Billboard for “Growing Up,” where he details his childhood memories with his parents in Florida, his time working in New Orleans at a record store, the music that made him successful and what it means to him to produce with his children.
Ahead of the release of ‘Better Mistakes,’ Bebe Rexha described what the project represents to her personally and professionally, battling imposter syndrome and why she wants to dabble in metal music.