"I wouldn't have a career if it wasn't for the LGBTQ community,” the electropop artist says after a Pride Month performance.
The Firefly Festival is back for a seventh year, but if you can't be there in person, Yahoo Entertainment has you covered.
"It's really interesting to sort of date songs in that way," Lahey says of "There's No Money," her song about marriage equality, "because things change.”
Friday offered a slew of up-and-coming artists — but even the uninitiated would recognize a few of these newcomers’ crowd-pleasing cover songs.
King Kendrick! On Wednesday, Kendrick Lamar solidified his place in music history when he accepted the Pulitzer Prize for music for his 2017 album, DAMN., at Columbia University in NYC.
Source: Getty / Kevin Mazur and Getty / Jon Kopaloff Are they or aren't they?! After Nicki Minaj responded to a comment on Instagram last week implying that she and Eminem were dating, fans freaked out, and now, Eminem is reacting to the rumors - and it sounds like he's just as excited as the fans.
English rockers also digresses on their 3-D sound project and the hurdles performing live in a new interview with Kyle Meredith.
Jimmy Eat World released a seven-inch single featuring power-pop anthem "Love Never" and reflective acoustic ballad "Half Heart."
It’s a claim sometimes made about Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, but more apt of Lord Huron’s Ben Schneider: The man could have made a fortune writing songs that sound like Mumford & Sons and didn’t. Vernon and his permanent critical darling status are doing fine, though, while Schneider’s band goes somewhat under appreciated. Lord Huron surfaced…
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Magic Giant frontman Austin Bisnow then congratulated the happy couple and serenaded them with “Glass Heart,” saying it was Carl and Cevera’s favorite song. “She was very thorough! I think she hit us up on Facebook, then she reached out to the festival and said she wanted to propose to her boyfriend — and she wanted Magic Giant.
Over on the main stage, alt-rock darlings twenty one pilots sandwiched a few fun and unexpected covers between their own massive hits “Stressed Out,” “Tear in My Heart,” and “Ride.” Lead singer Tyler Joseph showed his softer side by playing a few bars of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” on a ukulele and bringing out his dad for a Father’s Day weekend performance of DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win.” Then he and his ski-masked cohort Josh Dun really got the Firefly party started, ‘90s-style, with Chumbawumba’s “Tubthumping” and House of Pain’s “Jump Around” (the latter accompanied by their friends and fellow Firefly performers Judah & the Lion). Meanwhile, Pharrell Williams-endorsed electrofolk newcomer Maggie Rogers, making her first-ever festival appearance, also went totally ‘90s, recruiting her college friend and fellow singer-songwriter Fletcher for a silly and delightful rendition of the Spice Girls’ “Wannabe.” Indie girl power!
Our live stream of the 2017 Firefly Festival from Dover, Delaware, has come to an end — but you can catch video highlights right here from Muse, twenty one pilots, AFI, Busta Rhymes, T-Pain, Banks, Bleachers, Flume, the Shins, OK Go, Rozes, and more.