More than 100 U.K. musicians, including members of Pink Floyd, Queen, The Who and Led Zeppelin, have signed an open letter accusing the British government of making it much harder for them to tour in the wake of Brexit. The
Like everyone else, members of the rock community were consumed with the news Wednesday when a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed and broke into the U.S. Capitol building amid the certification process to confirm President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory. The insurrection... Read More.
By ADRIENNE BANKERT, SEAN SANDERS and KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- The Manhattan District Attorney is actively investigating the caught-on-camera altercation between a Grammy-winning jazz musician and a woman who falsely accused his son of stealing her cellphone.Newly released... Read More.
A variety of U.K. musicians, as well as several non-British artists including ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and Chic's Nile Rodgers, have signed an open letter condemning racism and calling out the rest of the music industry to do the same. "We, ... Read More.
Brad Paisley is part of a team of country music all-stars helping those impacted by COVID-19. Brad appears as part of a group called "Quarantine All-Stars" in a video for the lively instrumental song, "Quarantine," alongside fellow country star Steve Wariner and renowned musicians such... Read More.