- 2017-04-25 20:58:02Z
Fyre Festival Head Billy McFarland explains, in his own words, how his "luxury festival" in the Bahamas went so horribly wrong.
Ja Rule is "heartbroken" following the disastrous first day of the Fyre Festival, a Bahamas-based luxury music festival that he co-created.
Today is weird. And here's one more example why: Billy Ray Cyrus -- early -- '90s country hitmaker, Mulholland Drive bit -- part actor, and Hannah Montana patriarch -- is changing his name.
Gwen Stefani cancels performance after medical emergency.
L.A. Riots at 25: N.W.A's DJ Yella reflects on "crazy, heartbreaking" scene at Washington, D.C.'s Newseum.
Handbags at dawn
It follows Katy's last single, "Chained to the Rhythm"
They "celebrate life, success, and our blessings" on an opulent beachfront
Theband are hitting the road in May, with a record out this summer
They will also embark on a North American tour this fall
Barbra Streisand made a huge statement on Wednesday (April 26) when she proclaimed sexism to be an explanation for Hillary Clinton losing the 2016 presidential election.
"The King of a One Horse Town is anyone who's scared of the outside world."
The movie arrives next month, and stars Brad Pitt, Topher Grace, and Tilda Swinton
Due July 7 and preceded by a new Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video
Read why David Bowie viewed his 1987 LP 'Never Let Me Down' as a "bitter disappointment."
The iconic rock band Foreigner turns 40 this year, and is celebrating the birthday in grand style with a career-spanning album out next month. Aptly titled 40, the set brings together the best songs from Foreigner's catalog of nine studio albums, including all 16 of its Top 30 hits, including favorites
It's a big year for the Cyrus family.
Replacements' fan Senator Tim Kaine jammed with original bassist Tommy Stinson over the weekend.
Snoop Dogg has always mixed his affinity for sports with his love for music. Now, The Doggfather will tackle his biggest challenge yet in the sports world as the Celebrity Commissioner for the Champions Basketball League.
A video just surfaced on Twitter that shows Anderson .Paak hanging out in the legendary Abbey Road studios with an iconic cast of musical characters.
Radiohead fans are speculating that the band is planning some sort of 20th anniversary celebration of its landmark 1997 album "OK Computer." Posters with lyrics from the album have popped up in London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Los Angeles and New York.
Jonathan Demme, who died at age 73, was best known for his Oscar-winning film "Silence of the Lambs," but he also had an extensive list of musical collaborations with Justin Timberlake, Neil Young, the Talking Heads, New Order, Robyn Hitchcock, Bruce Springsteen and The Pretenders.
The Melvins will play a series of shows in the U.S. and Canada this summer around the release of 'A Walk With Love and Death.'
"Wonderful Woman" is the second song to be released from Chuck Berry's final album.
In Father John Misty's insane "Total Entertainment Forever" video, Macaulay Culkin plays a crucified Kurt Cobain.
Frank Stefanko, who shot the 'Darkness on the Edge of Town' cover, will release an entire book of Bruce Springsteen images this November.
The label heads behind Prince's new 'Deliverance' EP tell us about the spiritual background and messy legal aftermath of surprise EP.
Prince's former Toronto home is reportedly back on the market for $13 million. The 14,500 square foot compound the late rock star lived in from 2001-2006 features purple carpets, a pool and the singer's famous glyph embossed on glass doors.
Sony Music Entertainment's relationship with producer Dr. Luke is "winding down," Variety has confirmed, though they're not out of business with each other yet. "Sony still has a relationship with Dr. Luke," says a source, referring to production contracts that remain in place. What is over, however,
Baltimore synth-pop trio Future Islands have added 20 new shows to their already massive world tour in support of 'The Far Field.'
Sisqo recalls the inside joke that turned into the steamy hook for "Thong Song."
Radiohead are still on tour in support of their latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool, and lately a couple of viral videos have surfaced that remind you that, hey, the world's most serious band can be funny! Here's Thom Yorke "singing" Daddy Yankee's eternal hit "Gasoline":
Longtime fans of the music legend may be excited by news of her story being brought to the big screen with 'Blond Ambition,' but Madge herself isn't thrilled.
The NBA taps Toronto Raptors global ambassador Drake to host the first-ever NBA Awards.
Damon Albarn discusses collaborating with De La Soul, Lou Reed and many others in his Gorillaz project, and what the future may hold for Blur.
Live Nation is celebrating "National Concert Day" on May 1 by offering 1 million tickets to various summer shows for only $20
In honor of the one-year anniversary album 'Lemonade,' Beyoncé has launched a scholarship program aimed towards young women to follow their passions and dreams through education.
Beyonce and Drake led the way in the IFPI's global rankings of top albums and songs, respectively, of 2016.
Paul McCartney expanded his long-running "One on One" Tour with new dates in New Jersey and New York.
Ringo Starr teamed with the David Lynch Foundation to announce a new Omaze campaign for his 77th birthday celebration.
Bananarama's Keren Woodward has revealed George Michael's death made them realize it was "now or never" to get back together.
Gorillaz have released numerous tracks from their upcoming album Humanz, in both conventional and remixed form.
Elton John has cancelled eight shows after contracting a bacterial infection that put him in intensive care.
Gregg Allman released a brief statement on his recent health issues and denying rumors he entered hospice care.
Steely Dan frontman Donald Fagen announced his first tour with new solo band the Nightflyers.
Goldfrapp have shared their electrifying, slightly NSFW video for "Systemagic," the latest single off their recently release new LP 'Silver Eye.'
The five-member a capella group Pentatonix has released a new music video featuring their own arrangement of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" today (April 24).
Tori Amos has announced that she will release her new LP 'Native Invader,' her 15th studio album, this fall.
Frank Ocean updated his 'Endless' highlight "Slide on Me" with a verse courtesy of Young Thug, with the new version debuting on 'Blonded Radio.'