In the latest episode of 'Record Players,' the longtime friends go old-school vinyl-shopping and reminisce about meeting on Myspace in 2006.Their shopping list, top 8 friends »
Hall and Butler co-authored the song but it was recorded by girl group 3LW and released to the public in May 2001. It was on top of the Billboard Hot 100 list and according to the suit, helped “springboard” the career of 3LW. Both Hall and Butler are legal and beneficial owners of the musical composition.
With a music festival to help inaugurate, rock band X Ambassadors is heading back to Ithaca, New York, where its members grew up. The band sat down recently to discuss the festival, the evolution of their sound, and how they plan to do Ithaca proud this weekend.
For those of you who are unaware, Tuesday, Sept. 19 is the 16th annual National Talk Like a Pirate Day. Maybe it’s even cooler — because Santa Claus is awesome and all, but he’s not as awesome as Captain Jack Sparrow, is he? Only two stylish, A-list wenches like these could come up with a trend like Pirate Chic.
Showtime has shared the first trailer for their upcoming documentary 'George Michael: Freedom,' narrated and co-directed by the late singer.
Linkin Park will pay tribute to their late singer Chester Bennington with a tribute concert at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl.
Chester Bennington's wife addressed her late husband's depression in a Twitter post featuring a family video filmed "36 hours before" his death.
Lana Del Rey, Elvis Costello, Philip Glass and Feist will perform at a Leonard Cohen tribute concert to mark the anniversary of his death.
When the FBI published its 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, the report drew ire for an unusual new addition: Juggalos, the fanbase of Detroit hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse. Now, 6 years later and still classified by the FBI as a gang, ICP fans descended on Washington D.C. for the Juggalo March, a coming-together of music fans looking to peacefully protest a classification they feel is unjust. The march took place on Saturday at D.C.'s National Mall, and according to The Hill , hundreds gathered to take a stand. SEE ALSO: Facial recognition could soon be used to identify masked protesters Per the official Juggalo March website, self-identified Juggalos say they've felt the effects of the FBI's gang classification. In 2014, ICP worked with the ACLU to file a lawsuit against the FBI for its classification. In a promotional video for the event, band member Violent J laid out some of the issues their fans say they've faced as a result. "We hear hundreds of fucked up, fowl-ass stories— ninjas losing their jobs, being denied entry into the military, even losing custody of their kids in court battles because they are officially and legally labelled gang members," he said. Saturday's march drew protestors to the National Mall, many wearing the fanbase's signature black-and-white face paint and carrying protest signs: Image: SHAWN THEW/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Image: SHAWN THEW/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images Image: AFP/Getty Images WATCH: This capsule may protect you from unavoidable disasters
Bono has issued a statement regarding the situation in St. Louis after protests in the city in part forced the cancellation of U2's Saturday concert.