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By now, nearly everyone has voiced their opinion about U2‘s iTunes invasion, where — as you have probably heard by now — they surprised millions of people by releasing the album, with no prior announcement, straight into millions of people’s iClouds without asking permission to do so first.
If Sting was to sing ringtones for your cellphone, they would not be some ordinary ringtone like marimba. C’mon this is Sting we’re talking about. According to Jimmy Fallon, these jingles would be appropriately called “Stingtones.”
By Shannon Carlin With three nights on Letterman already under their belt, featuring special guests Heart, Tony Joe White and Zac Brown, it’s not going to be easy for the Foo Fighters to outdo themselves. [...]
Led Zeppelin are gearing up to release the deluxe editions of their albums Led Zeppelin IV and Houses of the Holy. Each remastered edition will include another disc which features alternate mixes of their songs.
In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From Don Henley to Michael Jackson to U2 and Bono.
To promote his pair of new albums, Prince will be taking the Saturday Night Live stage.
U2 is nothing if not self-aware, and that’s especially true with frontman Bono. So when the band solicited questions from fans via their official Facebook page, they were probably anticipating a question about their surprise release of Songs Of Innocence, which (as you may have heard) showed up in millions of people’s iClouds, whether they wanted it or not.
Next month, the Doobie Brothers will release their new album Southbound. The 12-track record revisits the band’s classic hits with a country spin on each song thanks to 13 country guest artists, including Zac Brown Band on “Black Water,” Chris Young on “China Grove” and Brad Paisley on “Rockin’ Down the Highway,” just to name a few.
By Courtney E. Smith The latest track from the New Basement Tapes, a collective of musicians who are interpreting a series of handwritten Bob Dylan lyrics from 1967 into a new album, was released today. [...]
This year’s Little Kids Rock Benefit concert has just added a few more artists to an already packed bill.