Monthly Archives: March 2020

Foo Fighters Reschedule Remainder of ‘The Van Tour’

The Van is up on blocks for the spring. Foo Fighters recently rescheduled the first part of their proposed “Van Tour,” revisiting the itinerary from their very first tour 25 years ago, and now the back half has also been moved to later in the year due to the coronavirus pandemic. A majority of the […]

Watch Now: Ben Platt & Cast of Dear Evan Hansen on The Late Late Show

James Corden wraps up #HomeFest with some words on the range of emotions he’s felt while in quarantine, and on the importance of being there for others in this time. James introduces original Evan Hansen Ben Platt, along with cast members from the current Broadway and National Touring companies of “Dear Evan Hansen” to perform […]

Maria Teriaeva sends out a synthesizer distress signal in ‘SØS’ video

Taken from her forthcoming album, Conservatory Of Flowers. Siberian-born, Moscow-based producer and composer Maria Teriaeva uses a Buchla modular synthesizer to send a sci-fi distress signal in her new video, ‘SØS’. The track is taken from her forthcoming second album, Conservatory Of Flowers, which sees Teriaeva blending Buchla compositions with analogue instrumentation, including trumpet, saxophone, […]

Broadway Songs from Movie Musicals

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The Weeknd Shares Three New Tracks

Following the release of his new album, After Hours, The Weeknd treated fans to a less gory treat. He has released the deluxe version of the latest record, which includes three new tracks. “Nothing Compares” pines for love while the mid-tempo “Missed You” remembers old love. And finally, “Final Lullaby” has a melody that really […]

H.E.R. Delivers Emotional New Jam ‘Keep Holding On’ at iHeart Living Room Concert For America

One of the more unexpected moments of Sunday (March 29) night’s nationally-aired Concert For America featured two-time Grammy-winning R&B virtuoso H.E.R. breaking out some new music. Performing from a couch in New York City, the 22-year old singer-songwriter didn’t let the coronavirus quarantine prevent her from sharing “Keep Holding On,” a so-far-unreleased track. Performing with […]

Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood Team Up for Live Concert on CBS

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are teaming up for a live concert on CBS. The upcoming primetime special, called Garth & Trisha Live!, will find the superstar married couple performing an intimate concert together from their home recording studio, known as Studio G. Garth & Trisha Live! airs April 1 on CBS at 9:00-10:00 p.m. […]

DEF LEPPARD Frontman JOE ELLIOTT – “Punk Rock Was An Enormous Part Of My Life; It Was Exactly That Same Attitude That Made Me want To Be In A Band”

Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott guested on Rock Hard With Jay Conroy and discussed the new album from his side project, Down N’ Outz, as well as Def Leppard’s history, plans for a new studio album, and the band’s upcoming tour schedule. Check out the interview below. Elliott: “A lot of rockstars are lazy, and […]

Young Chop Disses 21 Savage

Young Chop is back at it. The Chicago producer-rapper has been ruffling a lot of feathers recently on Instagram Live after dissing multiple artists. On Saturday (March 28), he set his sights on 21 Savage. “I state facts. Yeah, I’m saying niggas’ names. Yeah, 21, all y’all niggas some bitches. What’s up? On God,” Chops […]

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