Vermont jam act Twiddle mixed originals and covers including some 4/20-appropriate songs during their time as the house band on ‘The Dan Patrick Show.’
Watch Dumpstaphunk cover a bevy of Red Hot Chili Peppers songs at the first official day of this year’s Wanee Festival in Live Oak, Florida.
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We chatted with black metal artist Ihsahn about the new album, his writing process, the challenges he faces with vocals, and more.
Rock star Bono, frontman for the band U2, has been presented with the first of what the George W. Bush Presidential Center intends to be an annual medal for individuals who change the world in some way. More »
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Next week, Scarlett Johansson returns to the role of the Black Widow in the new movie Avengers: Infinity War. I can’t wait! I hope she doesn’t get killed! But before that happens, Johansson has appeared in another sequel of sorts. And this one is one that nobody saw coming. More »
Belly have shared a new single ahead of the release of their comeback album Dove. The band is putting out a new 10″ called Feels for Record Store Day. The colored vinyl EP features two tracks from the forthcoming album, one track exclusive to this release, and a cover of “Hushabye Mountain” from the film … More »
Across two studio albums and three discs of unreleased live material, the late-1960s Swedish free-music collective goes in hard on repetitive, mind-expanding psychedelic jams.
Watch The Band’s performance from German live music television show ‘Rockpalast’ filmed on June 23, 1996 in honor of Levon Helm.
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