The parents of Roxanne Ngo, a 22-year-old college student who died of an apparent overdose during 2016 HARD Summer Music Festival in California, are suing Live Nation, Billboard reports.
The lawsuit, filed on July 31st by Ngo's father Hai
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Parents of HARD Summer Fest Overdose Victim Sue Live Nation
The record store has called Sunset Boulevard home for 16 years.
Fifth Harmony offered another taste of their self-titled album with the confident, hip-hop inflected "Angel." Their 2017 LP will be the group's first as a quartet following Camila Cabello's departure from the group late last year.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Fifth Harmony's Assertive, Skrillex-Produced New Song 'Angel'
"Me and Prince were auditioning together, and I blew Prince out of the water," the actor told Conan O'Brien on Wednesday.
Jack White's Third Man Records has partnered with the Detroit Tigers for their latest record-selling scheme. Third Man records will release a seven-inch, featuring a new song, "Strike Out," that will only be available to those who purchase a ticket to the Tigers' September 24th game against the Minnesota Twins
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Jack White's Third Man Records Selling New Song With Detroit Tigers Tickets
Milo, the nom de plume of rapper Rory Ferreira, has established one of the strongest followings in independent rap. His projects, which he often releases as limited edition cassette tapes via his Ruby Yacht imprint, regularly trade for hundreds of dollars online. He's respected for his dense literary references and savvy homage to the glory years of the L.A. underground such as Project Blowed
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Milo: Why the Self-Sustaining Indie-Rapper Is Trying to 'Sidestep the Gatekeepers'
"He stayed attached to my bare ass-cheek as I lurched away from him," the pop star said in federal court.