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For its first Three Artists, One Song campaign in nearly two years, Converse is teaming with Diplo, Frank Ocean and The Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon for "Hero," a reggae-tinged tale of urban bravado.
Turin Brakes, Butchers Blind @ The Mercury Lounge Long-running Britpop duo Turin Brakes have always kept things on the more low-key folky side, only indulging in sweeping anthemicism occasionally.
Las Vegas-based Horses 4 Heroes opened a new facility at the historic Tule Springs Ranch after volunteer contractors completed roughly $80,000 worth of work on the weeks-long project and donated an additional $20,000 for the group.
Over the past year this pair of Danes with a New York drummer have shown America how to rock again.
It was an evening of fun, celebration and even a few surprises Saturday at the 2014 OC Music Awards , once again held at City National Grove of Anaheim.
"We're going to be announcing a fall tour pretty soon in the States. And people can expect to have a new album before that tour."
SUNNY weather and stellar performers drew a 45,000 strong crowd to Flemington Racecourse for the annual Future Music Festival.
Julia O'Malley writes a general interest column about life and politics in Anchorage and around Alaska.
They are both down-to-earth stars who found fame at a young age. So it stands to reason that Ellen Page and Shailene Woodley have a lot in common.
Kathleen Hanna , lead singer of the punk band Bikini Kill and dance-punk trio Le Tigre, rose to national attention in the 1990s as the reluctant but never shy voice of the riot grrrl movement.
"How many of you here have ever been on a cruise before?" asks Tegan & Sara' s Tegan Quin midway through the duo's 9 PM set on Parahoy!'s opening night.
Get in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day and check out some of these concerts to enjoy traditional and non-traditional Irish music! It's hard not to ignore the foot-tapping beats of Irish music, and there are many venues around Long Island that will be bringing world-renowned Irish musicians to their stages.
Canadian music fans collectively blew off confetti cannons and threw their arms in the air in a resounding "Fuck yeah!" when this past February, Guelph, Ontario's beloved Springsteen-punks the Constantines announced that they'd be reforming to play shows in run-up to the reissue of their Sub Pop debut Shine A Light for its 11th anniversary.
The Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon are joining Frank Ocean and Diplo for the next installment of Converse's Three Artists, One Song series.
Sacramento soul standout and recent "Voice" contestant James Cavern will be there.
It's about bloody time. Courtney Love and Fall Out Boy have released a video for their blooming brilliant Rat A Tat.