The Class of 2020 celebration was bittersweet, with the live ceremony replaced by a virtual TV special and three of this year’s six inductees being honored posthumously.
The first-ever virtual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Special will air on Saturday via HBO at 8 p.m. ET. Viewing options are narrow, as this is very much an exclusive: Watching the special requires a subscription to HBO or HBO Max. But for any non-subscribers curious to see the program, but worried that […]
"We will still create an exciting program honoring our 2020 inductees," said Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation Chairman John Sykes
Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, and T. Rex also set to enter the Cleveland institution
"We'd go where we were told to go," says Dave Gahan, "and we'd end up on these TV shows — this was one in particular where some sort of farmyard scene was the set."
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 2018 ballot includes Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine, Depeche Mode, Judas Priest and Kate Bush
Searching for something to listen to this weekend? Yahoo Music has you covered with a rundown of some of this week’s biggest and buzzing releases, including Depeche Mode, Spoon, Conor Oberst, and more. While some may feel the set is a direct response to post-Trump America, most of the songs were written prior to the election, making the overall vibe a pessimistic lens on the state of the world in general.
Thirty years after they gave us Music for the Masses, Depeche Mode is giving us music for the moment, taking on these troubled times on their new album, Spirit. Before last year’s divisive U.S. presidential election, Gore felt compelled to tackle other political and social issues on Spirit. In America, a constant battle was going on for rights: gay rights and transgender rights.
Depeche Mode has issued a statement against Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer after the "lifelong fan" joked they're "official band of the Alt-Right."
Ah, the ‘80s. It was a wacky and wonderful time for pop music, especially when it came to visuals. MTV’s programming schedule was packed with gender-bending, genre-crossing new-wavers starring in colorful videos shot in far-flung, exotic locales. Related: Dave Gahan at 53: ‘I’m Doing the Best Work I’ve Ever Done’ But television in far-flung, exotic Europe was apparently even wilder – and sometimes a bit foul, or at least fowl.