Pop singer turned television talent show judge Mel B has hinted at a possible Spice Girl reunion, saying she would like to “gather the troops” to mark the 1990s group’s 20th anniversary next year.
Fetty Wap’s stock is soaring right now: “Trap Queen,” his breakthrough single is reportedly double platinum, and the follow-up, “My Way,” sits right next to its predecessor in the top 10 on Billboard’s Top 100 chart, with a third track, “679,” close behind and climbing.
Best-selling boy band One Direction released a surprise first single as a foursome on Friday, two days after former member Zayn Malik announced a new record deal as solo artist.
More than 3,000 eager fans packed The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on Thursday to catch pop star Juanes’ only show in Las Vegas this year.
Here are five cheap music shows to catch around town this weekend.
Since first emerging more than a decade ago, Max Bemis has been one of the more captivating musicians. From delivering lines that leave listeners in disbelief to enticing fans with erratic arrangements, Bemis has made consistently compelling music as the leader of Say Anything.
Although there’s plenty to celebrate these days — the Suffers are in the midst of an enviable festival run, having just performed at Pemberton and Newport Folk Festival with a date secured at Austin City Limits this fall.
If Aerosmith makes it hard to decide just when to make a run for it Saturday — to get rid of the last beer and score the next one — Joe Perry might be happy to hear that. It’s a testament to the band’s longevity, and to set-list science.
Earlier this week, we let you know that tickets for this fall’s iHeartRadio Music Festival were slated to go on sale this Saturday, but we didn’t have any word on who was was due to appear at this year’s version. Now we do.
Just about anywhere in the world where Spanish is spoken, you’re bound to hear reference to a Juanes song.