At an emotional New York press conference Wednesday, Elton John announced that he will retire from the road after a lengthy farewell tour.
"I'm not going to be touring anymore," he told moderator Anderson Cooper at New York's Gotham Hall. "I'm not going to be touring and traveling the world. My priorities
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Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament, Mastodon's Troy Sanders and the Kills' Alison Mosshart are among the musicians that will auction off their artwork to raise money for a Los Angeles children's learning center.
No Doubt's Tony Kanal, Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, artist Shepard Fairey and tattoo artist Kat Von D will also provide pieces to the charity at auction, taking place
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Lily Allen confronts teenage wildness and adult maturity in her nostalgic video for "Trigger Bang," the lead single from the singer's upcoming fourth LP, No Shame.
The clip opens with the vignette of a young man hanging out on a street corner – which appears to be a flashback of sorts for guest rapper Giggs. The
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This time every year, as the Grammys loom on the horizon, we all try to second-guess the Recording Academy, hoping against hope that the best artists (or at least our favorites) will get to take something home from the big ceremony.
Once again, we've weighed the evidence and predicted who will be victorious, while also suggesting who should win and who should be angry they weren't
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Grammy Predictions 2018: Who Will Win, Who Should Win
Modest Mouse will return to the road this spring with another tour in support of the band's 2015 album Strangers to Ourselves.
Isaac Brock and company's 25-date trek opens April 18th in
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Just south of Blackshear, Georgia, down a bumpy dirt road, the Moccasin Creek Off-Road Park spreads across 500 acres of wooded countryside. On a Thursday in late September, RVs, pickup trucks and trailers loaded with all manner of all-terrain vehicles wait to enter the park for the sixth annual Lactember Fest, quite possibly the world's biggest celebration of country rap.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Rhymes From the Backwoods: The Rise of Country Rap
The big story of the 2018 Grammys? The ceremony is finally getting serious about hip-hop. The awards have always had a strange history with rap, going back to the Eighties, when the voters were convinced (along with most of the music industry) that all this rap stuff the kids were into was a fad. For years, hip-hop artists were allowed to play but not to take home trophies. But this year, all
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Rap's Odd Grammy Past: Hip-Hop at the Show from Run-D.M.C. to Lauryn Hill