Jack White played a pair of songs for an appreciative crowd Wednesday afternoon (Mar. 16) at the Third Man Rolling Record Store at SXSW.
Fans anxiously awaiting Kelly Clarkson’s fifth album will have to wait just a little longer, according to a post on the singer’s Facebook.
Odd Future’s fearless leader, Tyler, the Creator, has set a May 10 release date for his anticipated sophomore effort, “Goblin.”
Chris Brown hit Big Boy’s morning show in Los Angeles this week to address the naked photos of himself that leaked on the internt recently.
Maná, the world’s top Latin rock band, is confirmed as the “Star Q&A” at the upcoming Billboard Latin Music Conference, presented by State Farm in association with AT&T.
The performer-actress inks a deal to select, develop and produce a feature film for the independent studio.
Atomic Tom is planning “to tour for the rest of year” to support its debut album, “The Moment,” according to frontman Luke White.
“There’s so much going on [with] Pearl Jam for the rest of the year that I’m going to be plenty busy,” bassist Jeff Ament says. That, Pearl Jam fans, is a huge understatement.
Nate Dogg, the California rapper whose real name was Nathaniel D. Hale, has died at the age of 41 on Tuesday (Mar. 15).
Aerosmith, J.Lo to perform on “Idol”; Bon Jovi says Steve Jobs is “killing” the music industry, and more.