The management company and Kanye West’s label announced Monday that Roc Nation will work alongside West’s production house, DONDA, on managing the Grammy-winning superstar’s music endeavors. Izvor Zivkovic will continue to manage West as well.
A South Florida judge could decide whether to allow the release of remaining police video of Justin Bieber depicting the singer urinating into a cup for a drug test. Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield set a hearing Tuesday afternoon after reviewing the five video clips.
It’s time to get in the summer state of mind. More specifically, summer from a very beloved decade. Everclear is once again heading up the Summerland Tour, featuring a few of the acts that filled your rock radio stations with hits during the ‘90s.
The Celtic Thunder Cruise is following up 2013’s maiden voyage with another trip out to sea in November. Celtic Thunder is bringing along several top-tier Irish acts including former Celtic Woman Chloe Agnew as the group’s very special guest.
Turns out there’s more to Primus’ 2014 touring plans than a few festivals, three nights in Las Vegas and a gig with Queens Of The Stone Age. The band just announced a string of shows ranging from mid-May to late June with presales beginning this week.
The man who put the “Rome” in Sublime With Rome has lined up a California-centric headlining tour in support of his new single. But you’re going to have to wait until fall for the album.
Justin Timberlake is the latest major act to plan a trip to Australia, adding his name to a list of upcoming performers including Katy Perry, Jeff Beck, Kanye West, Lady Gaga and The Rolling Stones.
When Will Marquardt and his wife, Corina, decided to launch their company, Outdoors Geek, in Colorado in 2010, the dream was to supply top-name camping and hiking gear to the novice as well as the veteran outdoor enthusiast. The company has since evolved to include a camping rental package so elegant and plush, it feels like you’re staying in a hotel instead of roughing it.
Widespread Panic’s touring calendar is filling out nicely. Along with previously announced festival gigs, the band has slotted several headlining shows for June and July with tickets going on sale as early as this week.
You’ll have plenty of chances to see Sarah McLachlan perform under the stars this summer. Playing mostly amphitheatres, the Grammy-winning artist’s “Shine On” tour begins in the Pacific Northwest in June.
Repealing Michigan’s rarely enforced ban against scalping tickets is, on its face, an effort to help out the average customer looking to sell a few unused tickets to a game or concert.
Artist Jay Shells was in his New York City studio last year, painting while listening to rapper Big L, when some lyrics booming through the room grabbed his attention: “On 139 and Lenox Ave, there’s a big park. And if you’re soft, don’t go through it when it gets dark.”
Arby’s has won the bid for Pharrell’s famous hat. The fast food restaurant announced Sunday it paid $44,100 for the Vivienne Westwood hat, made famous when Pharrell wore it at the Grammy Awards in January.
A disk jockey was wounded in a shootout with off-duty police officers early Monday behind a nightclub hosting an album release part for rapper Rick Ross, DeKalb County police said.
Having the nation’s No. 1 song does not exempt an artist from Oscar rehearsals. Pharrell Williams ran through his catchy hit “Happy” more than half a dozen times Friday in preparation for the Oscar telecast.