Future Announces Future Hndrxx World Tour Dates

Future has announced the dates for the second leg of his 2017 tour, dubbed The Future Hndrxx Tour. The rapper will launch his new run of live dates as headliner at Summerfest in Milwaukee on July 8th before he heads overseas. ...

SXSW Backs Austin Lawsuit Against Texas' Anti-Immigration Bill

The organizers of the South by Southwest Festival have issued a statement in support of a lawsuit the city of Austin filed against the state of Texas protesting Senate Bill 4, which would ban "sanctuary cities" in the state. ...

On the Charts: Katy Perry's 'Witness' Debuts at Number One

Katy Perry claimed her third straight Number One album as her new LP Witness debuted atop the Billboard 200. ...

Beyonce Gives Birth to Twins

Beyoncé and husband Jay Z welcomed a set of twins to their family. Both People and Us Weekly report that the couple gave birth earlier this week, according to multiple sources close to the situation. ...

Dhani Harrison Preps First Solo Album, Concerts

Dhani Harrison, the son of Beatles guitarist George Harrison, will release his first solo album this fall, with the singer also setting his first concerts as a solo artist. ...

Bob Seger's Music Finally Lands on Streaming Services

One of the few major streaming holdouts has folded. Bob Seger's music has just become available on Spotify, Apple Music and other services. Up until now, his only songs on Spotify were the Christmas songs "The Little Drummer Boy" and "Sock It To Me Santa,"...

Bob Dylan Accused of Plagiarizing Nobel Lecture From SparkNotes

Bob Dylan may have plagiarized portions of his Nobel Prize lecture from SparkNotes, an online version of CliffsNotes, according to a new piece from Andrea Pitzer on Slate. Pitzer uncovered the similarities between the SparkNotes entry on Herman Melville's Moby Dick – one of three...

Farm Aid: Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Dave Matthews Plot All-Star Concert

Farm Aid, the annual charity concert that has raised over $ 50 million since its 1985 inaugural show, is set to take place September 16th at Burgettstown, Pennsylvania's KeyBank Pavilion. Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews will perform in...

On the Charts: Halsey's 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom' Reigns at Number One

Halsey became the first female artist to top the Billboard 200 in 2017 as the singer's sophomore LP Hopeless Fountain Kingdom debuted at Number One. ...

U2 Steps Out of Comfort Zone for Bonnaroo Headlining Set, Still Triumphs

Somewhere near the end of almost every U2 show, Bono humbly tells the crowd, "Thanks for giving us a great life." For their headlining set at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, he instead thanked festivalgoers for "getting out of your tents and caravans...

Frank Ocean Performs First Concert in Three Years in Denmark

Frank Ocean staged his first concert in over three years Friday at Denmark's NorthSide Festival, with the singer delivering a set filled with tracks largely culled from his 2016 albums Endless and Blonde. ...

Review: Katy Perry Navigates a Less Bombastic Pop Universe on 'Witness'

After steadily charting nine Number One hits since 2008, anthem-roarer Katy Perry is stumbling through the fog and strobes of a less bombastic pop universe. Fourth album Witness surfs on gentler throbs of house music and lets ballads smush into art-pop soup. It's all...

Ramones' 'Leave Home' Reissue Planned for 40th Anniversary

Ramones' Leave Home will be reissued for its 40th anniversary. Their January 1977 sophomore studio album, which includes their classics "Pinhead," "California Sun" and "Swallow My Pride," will be reissued in a deluxe edition and will also be available as a single CD. ...

Def Leppard Prep Remastered 'Hysteria' for 30th Anniversary Box Set

Def Leppard will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their best-selling LP, 1987's Hysteria, with a remastered box set out August 4th via Universal. ...

Trent Reznor Announces Trilogy of Nine Inch Nails EPs

Nine Inch Nails announced that their 2016 Not the Actual Events EP was the first of a trilogy, according to an email to fans from lead singer, Trent Reznor.  ...

See Photos From the Governors Ball Music Festival 2017

The Governors Ball Music Festival landed on Randall's Island Park in New York City over the weekend, featuring Chance the Rapper, Tool, Phoenix, Childish Gambino and more. Thanks to: Rolling Stone Latest Music News

Watch Phil Collins Perform 'Sussudio' for First Time in 12 Years

Phil Collins officially ended his retirement Friday night with a concert in Liverpool, England, the singer's first full show in nearly a decade. ...

Germany's Rock am Ring Festival Evacuated After Terror Threat

The Rock am Ring Festival in Nuerburg, Germany was evacuated Friday following a terror threat at the festival grounds. ...

Hear Radiohead's Previously Unreleased Song 'I Promise'

Radiohead have unveiled the studio version of their song, "I Promise." One of three previously unreleased tracks from their forthcoming OK Computer reissue OKNOTOK, the band debuted the track on BBC Radio's "6 Music Recommends" with host Steve Lamacq on Thursday. ...

Niall Horan Talks Manchester Benefit Concert, Teases New Video

Niall Horan is among the artists whom Ariana Grande tapped to perform as part of her One Love Manchester benefit concert for victims of the May 22nd attack at Manchester Arena. The concert takes place on June 4th at Manchester's Old Trafford stadium. In a...