Sorry, U2 fans it seems you’re going to have to wait a little longer for that long awaited album from the Irish band.
“We’ve always been walking that fine line and dancing between John Mayer and Fall Out Boy,” Slade said.
Bentley and rock band OneRepublic are teaming up for the next edition of CMT Crossroads, set to air in mid-March.
“Once I heard the production and the direction that we went with on this song, it inspired me and everyone on my team of this new sound.”
“I don’t want to be someone’s dog walker and I don’t want to bartend and I don’t want be a waiter and I don’t want to be bellhop or work at a newsstand anymore, or any of those jobs that I was doing,” he said.
Colbie Caillat is saying goodbye to those laidback beach vibes and hello to the dancefloor with her new single off her as-yet-untitled album, due out this spring.
“Hearts Go Crazy,” the lead single off Parachute’s third album, Overnight, came about in an altered state. And only after some prodding did frontman Will Anderson share the graphic tale behind the song.
The first thing Ryan Tedder says before launching into a story about how he wrote OneRepublic’s latest single is that it’s going to sound crazy. And, to be honest, it does.
Blake Shelton assembled an impressive collection of friends last night for his tornado benefit concert, including Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Luke Bryan, Rascal Flatts, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, and Ryan Tedder from OneRepublic.
“That’s kind of a good test for bands,” Tedder explained. “If you can get guys in their early twenties to believe in something, and to be like, ‘Yeah, I’d get that or I’d go to see that’…it’s not lame.”
With OneRepublic’s new album, ‘Native,’ leader Ryan Tedder wanted to show a more personal side of the band. He wanted each song to sound like it was straight from the heart, something he learned while on tour with U2.
Last year, the band’s label called and asked if they could have an album ready by November. Unfortunately, they couldn’t, but Tedder explains why that really wasn’t such a bad thing.
After artist Willo Perron told the band they were like ‘five distinct animals that have no business being together,’ the band came up with idea for their new album cover–a Technicolor menagerie of wild animals.
OneRepublic are back! We got the guys into our hot seat for a game of What’s That Song? They did not disappoint — out of three songs they easily guessed all three. Did we make it too easy on them?
Ryan Tedder seems to have the Midas touch; turning every song he touches into gold. Now Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw are singing Tedder’s praises.