What happens in Vegas does not stay in Vegas! If you didn’t make it to Sin City this past weekend for the Life Is Beautiful festival, these photos will almost make you feel like you were there.
The last day of the Life Is Beautiful festival closed with an all-star show, led by Damon Albarn’s virtual group, that practically felt like a festival itself.
Many rock stars graced the main stage on Day 2 of Las Vegas’s Life Is Beautiful festival, but Saturday’s biggest sensation was a real rock ‘n’ roll animal: lovable Australian shepherd Cocoa, the mascot and official fifth member of California reggae band Stick Figure.
2 Chainz wasn’t going to let a little thing like a broken leg slow him down when he played Las Vegas’s Life Is Beautiful festival on Friday.
The Life Is Beautiful festival is three days of music, art, food, and ideas. This year, Yahoo Music will be live-streaming many of the performances. Here’s our schedule.
Blink 182's Mark Hoppus covered a 'National Lampoon' song for ASCPA charity LP 'Dog Songs,' which benefits dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The latest new song by Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 comes from Dog Songs, a Bandcamp benefit compilation of songs about famous Hollywood dogs. Hopper's rather dark contribution is called "Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven," and it's about Dinky, the dog from National Lampoon's Vacation. Dog Songs was organized by musician/internet personality Allie Goertz to benefit the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals'
Australian alt-rock trio Middle Kids followed up this year's self-titled debut EP by offering covers of Car Seat Headrest's "Fill In The Blank" and Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over," and now they've added another cover to that list: a spare, haunting version of Blink-182's pop-punk classic "All The Small Things" that they recorded for…
Gorillaz have posted a new remix of Humanz track "Strobelite," featuring Peven Everett, by Canadian producer and DJ Kaytranada. This year, Kaytranada has collaborated on tracks and remixes with Buddy, Chance the Rapper, Mary J. Blige, and many others. Gorillaz released a star-studded video for "Strobelite" earlier this month. Listen to the new, smoother version of…
The members of the indie band Local Natives are guys who grew up in Southern California with a passion for the outdoors, and for people like them President Donald Trump’s recent decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement was a shocking and heartbreaking moment. Despite being upset over the president’s refusal to move forward with an agreement aimed at combating climate change—a problem that nearly every other country in the world has made a commitment to fight—to Local Natives, Trump’s move was just another reason to work to get younger generations to speak out and do more to incite change around the globe. Since emerging on the U.S. music scene in 2010 with their debut album, Gorilla Manor, Local Natives—composed of guitarist Taylor Rice, guitarist-keyboardist Kelcey Ayers, multi-instrumentalist Ryan Hahn, drummer Matt Frazier and bassist Nik Ewing—has consistently used that platform to encourage a loyal league of followers to use their voices and stand up for the issues that matter most to them.
The promising young Australian alt-rock trio Middle Kid released their self-titled debut EP earlier this year. And more recently, they showed up on the Aussie radio station Triple J to do a live-in-studio cover of one of the great rock singalongs that their nation has produced. They took on "Don't Dream It's Over," the 1986…
Local Natives released the shimmering new track, "The Only Heirs" on Friday (May 19), a collaboration with Chicago-based trumpeter/producer Nico Segal.
"We knew we had something special, but to have it go No. 1 is something none of us could have ever predicted," says frontman David Shaw.
LAS VEGAS, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Life is Beautiful Music & Art Festival has officially announced the highly anticipated music, art and comedy lineups for the 2017 festival. Returning for the fifth ...
Everyone say love! Pop-culture icon, LGBTQ activist, and Emmy-nominated RuPaul’s Drag Race host RuPaul Charles will be making his first-ever appearance at a mainstream rock festival — Las Vegas’s fourth annual Life Is Beautiful — Yahoo Music’s Reality Rocks can exclusively reveal.
Garrett Borns, who performs under just his last name, started his creative career at a very early age in Grand Haven, Michigan, when he won a National Scholastic Art Award at just 13 years old. Since then he’s moved to Los Angeles, and completed a debut album, Dopamine, set for release October 16. “It’s very hard to explain my music—it has elements of disco, glam rock, oldies,” he said, talking before his set at theToyota Tent in conjunction with SPIN at this year’s Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas. “I’m from Michigan so Motown is in the water.” One thing also in his brew—a solid work ethic and desire to create, having found himself in the position of needing to record his debut album in a very short period of time and while on the road.