In a new series with Fans Sports Live, Radio.com catches up with musicians with a passion for sports.
M.I.A. has returned with a new explanation for the middle finger, claiming that not only was it not meant to be offensive, but actually a religious gesture known as the Matangi mudra.
Radio.com caught up with Nichols at a Saints game in New Orleans, where he’d been invited to sing the National Anthem. He talked about the experience, and about how well things are going now that his album is out and his single ‘Sunny and 75′ is in the Top 10.
October is Metal Month at Radio.com. What exactly does that mean? Well, throughout the month, we’ll have artist interviews as well as mini-documentaries about metal. First up, our interview with Rob Zombie.
“For all those that didn’t get to see Kill ‘Em All, Master of Puppets, we have all those props and there’s a story line to give it longer legs so it’s just not a concert footage film.”
Has polarizing football player Tim Tebow gotten a raw deal in the press because of his religious beliefs? And would he be treated more respectfully if he were not Christian, and specifically, Muslim? Gene Simmons thinks so.
For 2014, the NFL’s biggest spectacle may have found its knight in shining armor: a relevant, crowd-pleasing, modern pop artist whose back-to-basics musical and performance aesthetic is the shot in the arm the show needs.
In the case of Keyshawn Johnson vs. Justin Bieber, the Biebs may be coming out on top, at least this time around.
Justin Bieber is a pro at speeding to the top of the charts, but his neighbors are taking issue with the singer’s speeding through the streets of his gated Southern California community.
“Up to this point, I’m not a D’Antoni fan,” Flea said. “I feel like the Lakers hiring him is the biggest blunder in the Lakers franchise.”
To celebrate the release their new album, Fall Out Boy will partake in one of America’s favorite pastimes with the Los Angeles Dodgers.