The Season 8 maverick's independent album and stripped-down video establish a much-needed break away from the “high-gloss major-label treatment” of his post-'Voice' release.
The upcoming documentary "Steven Tyler: Out on a Limb" examines the varied career choices the iconic Aerosmith frontman has made over the years, including that solo country album.
A new series documenting Rolling Stone's most famous rock 'n' roll interviews gives a startling glimpse into how Bowie engineered his life and image. See an exclusive clip.
Get a first look at Keke Palmer's full-length performance of her new single "Bossy," which she performs as Gigi on Fox's music drama series "Star."
This pop-punk band out of Los Angeles has a vocalist who might sound a bit familiar to animation fans. See their brand-new video now!
See a glimpse of the new documentary film chronicling the life of Wu Tang Clan affiliate Hell Razah, who suffered a debilitating brain aneurism in 2010.
Nine years after her 'American Idol' run, former teen singer Allison Iraheta's trademark rasp remains — but much else has changed.
The musician gives fans a glimpse at the new series, which showcases his career, family, business endeavors, and the heartbreaking loss of his son.
See the new video for Bella Thorne's 2018 single, which is featured in the upcoming romantic drama hitting theaters in March.
Yahoo Entertainment debuts the new video from rising pop star Livvia, which shows off her collaboration with Quavo — and a female empowerment theme.
Advanced digital and laser technology combines with live theatrical stagecraft to produce this striking holographic performance by the late rock legend.
Late last year, a group of musicians staged a benefit concert in Florida to help communities in the region affected by hurricanes. Yahoo Entertainment is pleased to debut a duet from the concert.
The band is poised to follow up its 2014 full-length hair-metal tribute album Metalander-Z with a new album, Go PZ Go, on Apr. 6. Yahoo Entertainment is excited to debut the video for the new record’s single “Go PZ Go / Yeah Yeah Yeah,” a fun and stunning animated clip done solely with paper and pencils. The video was directed by comedy writer, director, and animator Jimbo Matison, whom some may recognize as the official voice of Sega — screaming in hundreds of their commercials in the 1990s.
"The concern from my listeners was and is so intense that I wrote this song to honor America, not to demean it. Kindness, courage, and three chords are a powerful force. Kick ass... don’t kiss it."
Team Gwen’s singer-songwriter, poet, and former dog hotel worker Taylor John Williams was a top five fan favorite on The Voice Season 7, thanks to his buzzy covers of Lorde’s “Royals,” the Once theme “Falling Slowly,” Kanye West’s “Heartless,” and Tears for Fears’ “Mad World.” Since leaving the show, the 26-year-old Portland troubadour has kept busy, releasing the independent EPs Song of a Dead Man and Hiraeth in 2016 and the full-length El Dorado last year. “I felt that ‘Like the Movies’ was most deserving of a no-frills, live performance video,” Williams tells Yahoo. “I wanted to get a few of my favorite vocalist in Los Angeles — Beck Pete, Ricky Manning, and Madison Malone — along with the wonderfully talented Emily Elkin on cello, together in a room to capture the song in a pared-down, vulnerable state.
The extraordinary true story of Andrea Bocelli, a boy who lost his sight due to glaucoma and who against all odds becomes one of the most world-renowned opera singers, is one of music’s most glorious triumphs. On Feb. 2, the film The Music of Silence will be released in theaters and VOD/Digital HD by AMBI Distribution, which details Bocelli’s fascinating journey through hardships to his ultimate successes. Yahoo Music is excited to premiere the official trailer for the movie for fans to get a taste of this extraordinary project. Additionally, The Music of Silence will feature songs that Bocelli composed when he was young that have never been released.
Southern hip-hop/rock group I4NI have officially signed with Thirteen Skulls Entertainment — the new label founded by MLB Hall of Famer Frank Thomas and industry veteran Ron Spaulding — and to herald in the new year, the guys have teamed with labelmate Bubba Sparxxx for the tune “Think It’s a Game.”
The South Australian band stopped by AT&T Audience Network’s studio in Los Angeles to perform some of their new music, including a fresh song, "Animals."
The music video features photo submissions from fans of the heroes in their lives, and each submission brought a $1 donation to Musicians on Call, an organization that delivers music directly to veterans in health care facilities.
The band recently played the first single from the album, “My Window,” live in the Yahoo studio, and we’re excited to premiere that performance in 360 degrees for fans new and old to get a taste of the band’s flavor. If you’d like to keep up with Jr. Juggernaut’s schedule, check here.
The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice, California-based collective that merges a variety of different vintage Americana genres — including bluegrass, gospel, pre-war blues, and swing — to create a sonic mixture all their own. Frontman/guitarist Zach Lupetin explains the band’s decision to cover the song. “Like it’s from the POV of alien creatures dreaming about what it would be like to go to Texas and find a girl.
Darja is a New York-based singer-songwriter hailing from Riga, Latvia. Splitting time between her education and her music career, she appeared on a variety of TV music competitions, including Germany’s Popstars and ITV’s Pop Idol. During this time, she also began pursuing her solo career, which shows off her multidimensional approach to music.
The startling video features blond clonelike soldiers rounding up a collection of unique beauties, following the commands of a Hitler-esque dictator.
They’re teaming up for a special Christmas tour that begins at the end of November, but the two country singers have produced a Christmas video as well. It features an old-school, ’40s-style theme, with a nod to the military tucked in as well.
While Haircut 100 rode the Second British Invasion of the early ‘80s with pop-funk bangers like “Favourite Shirts” and “Love Plus One," the now 56-year-old troubadour’s current music reflects his quieter, calmer lifestyle.