“Deadhead In Training” Jimmy Fallon was quizzed by Andy Cohen on his knowledge of Grateful Dead songs during a round of “Name That Dead Song” on a recent episode of ‘Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.’
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Pigeons Playing Ping Pong guitarist Jeremy Schon joined Spafford for a Men At Work cover on Thursday night at The 8 x 10 in Baltimore.
Julien Baker made “Tokyo” and “Sucker Punch” available on streaming platforms.
The recording of Neil Young & Crazy Horse’s ‘Colorado’ LP was filmed for the ‘Mountaintop’ documentary. A trailer for the film, which comes to theaters on October 22, has been released.
Legendary musician Van Morrison released “Days Gone By,” the second single from his forthcoming ‘Three Chords & The Truth’ album.
Vulfpeck’s Theo Katzman shared the official video for the track “You Could Be President” from his upcoming solo album, ‘Modern Johnny Sings: Songs In The Age of Vibe.’
Puss N Boots, the trio featuring Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson and Catherine Popper, previewed their forthcoming ‘Dear Santa…’ EP by sharing “Christmas All Over Again.”
Lana Del Rey welcomed a bevy of guests including Chris Isaak and Sean Lennon to join her at Hollywood Bowl on Thursday night.
Listen to “Hero,” singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka’s new single from his forthcoming album ‘Kiwanuka.’
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Trigger Hippy, Kim Gordon, Big Thief and Allah-Las.
Check out SeatGeek’s top tour stops this week in Chicago, New York, Dallas, Washington D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Houston, Philadelphia and Boston.
Metallica will headline and perform two different sets at the 2020 Epicenter, Welcome To Rockville, Sonic Temple, Louder Than Life and Aftershock festivals.
This week’s “Throwback Thursday” celebrates John Prine’s birthday with a look at the acclaimed singer-songwriter’s 2000 appearance on live music television program ‘Sessions At West 54th.’
Papadosio announced a 2020 winter run which will see the band perform in Colorado ski towns.
A number of live music industry companies have backed the launch of Tour Support, a program to provide mental health and wellness support and tools to touring professionals.