“It’s just a missing part of our society now.”
You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but we do think it’s possible to hip your good ol’ dad to some great new music.
Despite what Ted Cruz says, many of the biggest living icons of classic rock were quick to respond to 9/11. Here are songs he may have missed (or may be choosing to ignore).
We caught up with Kip Moore before his recent show in New Jersey, where he gave some insight into his upcoming album and, fittingly, talked Springsteen.
HBO will allow cable providers to broadcast the live event to nonsubscribers free of charge.
If you’d like to see them, put on the song, close your eyes and play the movie inside of your head. It won’t cost you $17 and the price point on store-bought popcorn is far more reasonable.
Throughout American history, music has always been a crucial part of grieving, healing, and moving forward bravely, and September 11th is no exception.
“It’s different.” That’s the word from Eric Church on the musical direction he’s heading on his next album, the follow-up to his platinum-selling, ACM Award-winning Chief, which he released two years ago.
Many country fans are still bitter about the comments that Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines made back in 2003 about then-president George W. Bush.
Friday night in Los Angeles, Bruce Springsteen was the subject of an all-star tribute at the GRAMMY MusiCares Person Of The Year ceremony.