"I played the guitar — I still do — in a really strong way that I suppose some people would say is not a ‘feminine’ kind of delicate way."
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"Instead of hating what I considered wrong I need to see God loved me for who I am," wrote the Season 7 runner-up, who was raised Mormon.
"It's not an easy thing to do, to remain fierce as you get older — to remain uncompromising, to remain unwilling to sell yourself cheap. It takes a lot of determination and courage."
"Everyone in the room, including Lauren and me, were shocked we had a 9-pound baby! Not sure where he was hiding in her belly?!" the country singer joked to PEOPLE
UPDATE: The media made Sinéad O’Connor announce her retirement last week, she has stated in a Twitter update proclaiming her return. The mercurial O’Connor said her prior retirement announcement was a “knee-jerk reaction” to U.K. and Canada media reports. These “pigs in lipstick” triggered her, she wrote. “All interviewers were asked to please be sensitive […]
This is not a drill! After her four year hiatus, the "Royals" singer dropped a nostalgic ode to the summer, "Solar Power."
So, that derriere-revealing post Lorde put up three days ago, strongly hinting at imminent new music, wasn’t just a bum steer. Her first new music in four years has arrived in the form of “Solar Power,” a summer single that is gleefully self-conscious about being a summer single like few recent summer singles before it. […]
Though they've unofficially jammed before (something Krist Novoselic told us when we last spoke with him), Dave Grohl revealed to Howard Stern that not only does he get together with former Nirvana members Novoselic and Pat Smear to do that, they actually record "really cool" new music. "Krist Novoselic is a pilot, he… The post Nirvana’s Surviving Members Are Still Making ‘Really Cool’ Music Together, Dave Grohl Says appeared first on SPIN.
Gregory Edward Jacobs, known as Shock G, died at the age of 57 in April. The rapper co-founded Digital Underground and released popular songs like "The Humpty Dance."
The singer and 'RuPaul's Drag Race' star discusses breast implant illness, post-removal “Ghost Boob Syndrome” and her happy, healthy new life as a “very proudly flat-chested woman.”
Carrie Underwood has another reason to rejoice — she extended her record as the most decorated artist in the history of the CMT Music Awards, thanks to her song “Hallelujah.” The music video for the singer's hit, a collaboration with John Legend, was named video of the year at Wednesday's show, which aired from Nashville, Tennessee. Underwood, who now has 23 CMT Awards, thanked her die-hard fans while accepting the honor: “You're the reason we're all here doing what we do, doing what we love (and) making music videos."
On Friday, Wolfgang's one-man-band Mammoth WVH will release its self-titled debut. "It's as personal as can be," he says in this week's issue of PEOPLE
"Two percent is not 0 percent. Two percent is something," said 30-year-old singer Nightbirde, whose hopeful ballad "It's OK" earned Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer.
On the heels of the forthcoming Rolling Loud festivals in Miami and Los Angeles comes the three-day Rolling Loud New York 2021, taking place place October 28 – 30th at Citi Field with headliners Travis Scott, J. Cole and 50 Cent. The festival’s lineup will also feature major stars like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Polo G, and Lil Durk, […]
Well, that escalated quickly. A few weeks ago, we were wondering if Foo Fighters (and most any tour, really) would be taking place at all, nevertheless at a full capacity indoors. Today, we have that answer. Dave Grohl and company will be the first band to rock New York City's Madison…
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