Christopher Reimer, guitarist for the noise rock group Women, has died at the age of 26.
From the opening of The Apollo Theatre to Beyonce’s presidential serenade, we’re presenting a list of 29 black music milestones to pay homage to some of the artists that have made music what it is today.
“Glee” gets heavy this week with a “very special” episode covering suicide, bullying, blackmail and teen marriage. And that doesn’t even include the cliffhanger in the show’s closing minutes.
First soul, now blues. A month after enjoying his Al Green moment at a fundraising event, President Obama busted out the presidential pipes again on Tuesday (Feb. 21) and sang a few frames of “Sweet Home Chicago” during a blues explosion at the White House.
“Glee” actor Max Adler talks to Billboard about the complicated life of his character, Dave Karofsky, who made an attempt on his life in Tuesday’s episode.
Icons and newcomers alike will join the “In Performance at the White House” series.
The singer tops the charts once more in the wake of her Grammy triumphs.
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All drop the official video for “Rella,” directed by OFWGKTA member Tyler, the Creator under the alias Wolf Haley. “Rella,” which features verses by Tyler, Hodgy Beats and Domo Genesis, is off of the group’s upcoming LP “OF Tape Vol. 2,” out March 20th on Odd Future Records.
San Francisco’s Noise Pop music festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this week, a birthday a million squiggly guitar riffs in the making.
NYC’s very own Governors Ball Festival has unveiled its expanded two day lineup, featuring Beck, Passion Pit, Modest Mouse, Built To Spill, Duck Sauce, Major Lazer and more.