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Maroon 5 and Post Malone Celebrate International Victories on Hot Tours Recap

International concerts dominate the Hot Tours recap dated March 23, 2019, with Maroon 5 (No. 5), Post Malone (No. 7), and Twenty One Pilots (No. 8) all impacting this week’s list. According to figures reported to Billboard

No Country For Old, Or Young, Women On Tour: Why Female Artists Are Looking Elsewhere

Developing female acts are having difficulty finding opening slots on big summer shows, with some pointing to country radio’s lack of women as a main factor. In January, Live Nation announced this summer's Country Megaticket, an annual

Quiana Lynell Wants to Share ‘A Little Love’: Exclusive Premiere

The Terence Blanchard protégé releases her Concord debut album on April 5 One mark of a gifted singer is how well he or she can reinterpret a classic composition and make it their own. The classic in

Kings of Leon, Dave Matthews Band and Mumford & Sons to Headline KAABOO

Duran Duran, Black Eyed Peas, OneRepublic, Sheryl Crow and a Snoop Dogg and Wu-Tang Clan collaboration part of fifth year anniversary for SoCal festival. Kings of Leon have announced their first West Coast performance for 2019, headlining the

Calexico and Iron & Wine Announce Joint Album ‘Years to Burn,’ Tour Dates

The two indie rock icons dropped the single ‘Father Mountain’ on Thursday (March 21). More than 14 years after they first collaborated on the 2005 EP In the Reins, beloved indie rock acts Iron & Wine and Calexico

Da Brat Gets Flirty While Lip Syncing Mariah Carey’s "One Mo’ Gen"

She may be one of hip hop’s finest, but that doesn’t mean Da Brat doesn’t like to get down to a ballad or two. The Funkdafied rapper has taken a pause from releasing new music and has more

Luther Dickinson Teams With Sisters of the Strawberry Moon on ‘Solstice’: Album Premiere

Luther Dickinson has always played nice with others, but the North Mississippi Allstars mainstay has never played with so many others as he does on Solstice, the first outing by Luther Dickinson and Sisters of the Strawberry

Meek Mill Talks Symbolic Problems With U.S Currency: "Slave Owners On The Money"

After reaching the zenith of social advocacy in several states, no one is questioning Meek Mill‘s motivation in posting social commentary. He’s come this far, in so little time, since catching up with a lifetime spent dealing

Steven Curtis Chapman Enlists Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox on Heartfelt ”Til the Blue’: Exclusive

For most musicians who grow up in Kentucky, bluegrass music is part of their DNA, and Christian music icon Steven Curtis Chapman is no exception. His new album, Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows, releasing March 22

Gucci Is Selling Purposely Dirty Sneakers For Over $900

In the last few months, Gucci has made some extremely questionable decisions. Obviously, their “blackface” sweater was the most controversial thing to happen in the fashion world this year, leading many of our favorite entertainers to swear