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David Byrne Extends 'American Utopia' Tour

After kicking off his American Utopia tour at the beginning of the month, David Byrne has now expanded it, with a new leg of U.S. dates added into September and October. Byrne will perform more than 100 dates on the tour, his first solo run since 2009. The additional shows, on which he’ll be supported by Tune-Yards, begin on

Joe Perry Announces Solo 'Joe Perry and Friends' Shows

Joe Perry will play three dates in support of his new solo album, Sweetzerland Manifesto, next month. He’ll be joined by his Aerosmith bandmate Brad Whitford and Extreme’s Gary Cherone for a show he’s calling “Joe Perry and Friends.” They’ll begin at the House of Blues in Boston on April 18 and, over the next two nights, will

David Byrne adds new dates to massive American Utopia world tour

With his highly choreographed performance on Colbert last week, David Byrne proved why his American Utopia world tour is one of the most anticipated outings of 2018. Today, he’s announced a new leg of US dates scheduled for September and October, including a run of East Coast shows stretching from Maine to Florida. With today’s

Death Grips are apparently working on new music with Shrek director Andrew Adamson

Death Grips are practically idolized for their enigmatic social media presence, sending fans into a frenzy with every rare, coded message. Their latest tweet, for example, seems to confirm that they’re working on new music, but it’s the unexpected collaborator featured in the accompanying image that’s really catching attention. According to the band, they’re currently in

Pearl Jam confirm release of new album

Over the weekend, Pearl Jam released a brand new single exclusively to members of their official Ten Club fan club. The song, a politically charged rocker called “Can’t Deny Me”, has now received a wide release. It’s available on streaming platforms and digital retailers, including Pearl Jam’s website. A press release confirms that “Can’t Deny

Bono 'Reeling and Furious' Following Harassment Allegations Against ONE

Bono has apologized following numerous accusations against ONE, the organization he co-founded to fight extreme poverty and preventable disease. The host of allegations included the organization’s toxic work environment, abuse and harassment by senior staff and even tax evasion. In his apology, Bono notes that he and his board, which includes former U.K. Prime Minister David

David Bowie's Audio Engineer: 'The Girls Are Taking Over'

When a professor at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute introduced Erin Tonkon to one of her heroes, music producer and David Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti, she thought it would turn into an internship. But five years later, she’s still working with the legend, and can put “audio engineer” for Bowie’s final album Blackstar on her resume.