Just reminder that the official music video for the rare 1974 Rolling Stones track "Scarlet," which features contributions from Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and late Traffic/Blind Faith bassist Rick Grech, premieres today at 2 p.m. ET on The Stones'
An official music video for the rare 1974 Rolling Stones track "Scarlet," which features contributions from Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and late Traffic/Blind Faith bassist Rick Grech, will premiere this Thursday, August 6, at 2 p.m. ET on The Stones'
The Empty Hearts, the star-studded band that includes founding members of The Cars, Blondie and The Romantics, have released a fifth advance song from their forthcoming sophomore album, the aptly titled The Second Album, which will hit stores on August 28. The ... Read More.
When Brad Paisley drops his video for "No I in Beer" on Wednesday, it may very well be a country music first: a clip made up almost entirely of footage from Zoom sessions. Brad released the song early in the COVID-19 pandemic, as a reminder that we're all... Read More.
Most people know Chrissy Metz as one of the breakout stars of TV's This Is Us. But after Saturday night, more folks will recognize her as an up-and-coming country singer, as she makes her Grand Ole Opry debut. Based on her childhood, the actress could've chosen... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Rising star Tongayi Chirisa [TAHN-gai chee-REE-sah] says it was a "joy" to play his "fun-loving... life-of-the-party" character Jake in the new Hulu romantic comedy, Palm Springs. The film, which follows comedian Andy Samberg as Nyles, a wedding guest who somehow manages to get himself stuck... Read More.
Blake Shelton and girlfriend Gwen Stefani topped the country chart back in May with "Nobody but You," and this Friday, the superstar couple returns with another collaboration, titled "Happy Anywhere." "You're always my destination/You're the only thing that I'm chained to," Blake and Gwen sing in... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- (NOTE LANGUAGE) A bombshell BuzzFeed article has challenged the sunny facade of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and now producers are apologizing. Ten former show employees and one current one say they've suffered racial indignities while working there. "That 'be kind' bulls*** only... Read More.
Travis Denning's in the middle of a hot streak right now, having just taken his second single, "After a Few," all the way to the top of the country chart. The Georgia native's luck extends to the water as well, he recently discovered,... Read More.