Apple’s iTunes Festival has been a juggernaut of England’s festival scene for years and now it’s coming to America for the first time.
Drum solo and all.
On onstage rant by the band’s frontman has inspired a comedic new Twitter account which allows him to direct his ire at any number of random objects, including tables and magnets.
They haven’t covered magazines, been followed by paparazzi, had the public scrutinize who they’re wearing on a red carpet or been the focus of illuminating editorial spreads.
Madonna, Pussy Riot, Imagine Dragons & Flaming Lips Fight for Freedom at Amnesty International Concert
Pussy Riot looked right at home on the stage shouting at the crowd to fight for freedom, leading the crowd in a chant of “Russia will be free!” before declaring this will only happen if President Vladimir Putin is taken down.
“As artists, freedom of speech is really important to all of us so I think that’s a cause we can all get behind,” said Imagine Dragons’ Daniel Platzman.
Peyton Manning and Kenny Chesney. Richard Sherman and Kanye West. Russell Wilson and _____ ?
Two-and-a-half minutes into the track, Lamar enters rapping about martians, tater tots and wanting to be the first rapper on Mars.
This year it seemed like the words “And the GRAMMY goes too” were hardly uttered during the night’s live broadcast, leaving plenty of room for the performances, which there were 20 of. All of which we ranked.
The sage Kendrick Lamar is nominated for seven GRAMMY Awards this year, and speaks in a new interview about his performance with Imagine Dragons.
GRAMMYs exec producer Ken Ehrlich on how Kendrick suggested a collabo with Imagine Dragons and what goes into getting Beatles together.
For music lovers headed to the New York area for this year’s Super Bowl, there will be an avalanche of artists playing shows all over the place. Getting inside many of the exclusive concerts, however, might be a little tricky.
With the Super Bowl set for New Jersey’s MetLife stadium on February 2, the nearby New York metropolitan area is quickly turning into party central over the days leading up to the main sporting event.
The first wave of GRAMMY performers have been announced, with Nate Ruess and Pink performing “Just Give Me a Reason” for the first time on national television.
Check out this handy list of what happened at the AMAs, each with an individual award of its own. From Miley’s psychedelic cat fantasies to Lady Gaga and R. Kelly’s West Wing drama, there certainly was no shortage of entertainment.