Scott T. Sterling
Scott T. Sterling
Scott is the rock associate producer for Radio.com. He has previously worked at URB, The Daily Swarm and L.A. Times, where he covered nightlife and music. The Detroit native currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, where he is a regular fixture on the concert circuit. Follow him on Twitter here.
The group announced this week that they’re again putting Music for Relief into action by hosting a benefit show in L.A. with The Offspring to raise money for those affected by the catastrophic Typhoon Haiyan.
In order to get the group in fighting shape for the comeback concerts, the Foos took to the stage at Moorpark’s Redballs Rock & Roll Pizza, running through such fan favorites as “Everlong” and “Learn to Fly.”
Listen to Robin Thicke and Ron Burgundy Duet on Christopher Cross’ ‘Ride Like the Wind’ for ‘Anchorman 2’
The comedic duet was recorded for the upcoming soundtrack to ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,’ which is also expected to include classic ’70s tracks from the likes of Jay Ferguson and Argent.
Popular IFC comedy series is known for cameos from famous musicians, having already featured the likes of Jack White and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder on past episodes.
The tribute comes during the performance of “Young Forever,” the fourth single from 2009 full-length The Blueprint 3 that samples the 1984 Alphaville song, “Forever Young.”
A Kelly observation comparing embattled pop star Chris Brown to such iconic figures as Martin Luther King and Jesus Christ himself has some wondering if the eccentric superstar has gone too far.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer was spotted hobnobbing with bands Grouplove and Cage The Elephant as well as actress Juliette Lewis.
A recent appearance in Boston went awry when Hives lead singer Pelle Almqvist dedicated the song “Tick Tick Boom” to the city.
The official “3005” music video follows the previously released lyric video for the song, which made waves for featuring porn star Abella Anderson appearing to live-chat with the rapper.
Kelly set the stage by reproducing the lascivious ‘Black Panties’ cover art in real-time with a model on his lap that he stroked with a violin bow.
Arcade Fire fans will soon have extra opportunities to dance under the disco ball, as the band has added additional dates on the extensive Reflektor Tour, with even more to be announced.
The revelation came during a sit-down with music journalist Elliott Wilson backstage at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, where the two chopped it up about hopping on the Yeezus tour and A Tribe Called Quest’s legacy.
The watch, which goes by the model number GDX6900MNM-1, takes G-Shock’s recently updated XL-6900 timepiece and “personalizes it with a unique Eminem graphic design for a watch that is not only ruggedly functional, but also stylish & streetwise.”
On the same day that Justin Bieber released the latest song from his “Music Monday” series, “Change Me,” the pop singer has unveiled his new music video for “All That Matters,” one of the earlier releases in the campaign.
Each city’s “takeover” will feature unique line-ups boasting such marquee acts as A$AP Rocky, Just Blaze, Lunice and more.
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich had said earlier this year that the band hoped to find a permanent location for the festival, after debuting the show in Atlantic City in 2012 and moving to Detroit for 2013.