Following the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Heart will take its show on the road this summer as part of a 31-date U.S. tour. Starting in West Palm Beach, Fla., on June 17, the tour will run through the end of August with a stop in Portland, Ore.
After a three year wait, 3OH!3 have announced the release of their next album, Omens. The album has a street date of June 18, but the truly hardcore can place their orders on their website starting on the newly dubbed 3OH!3 Day: 3/03/13. The strategically chosen day will also see the release of their new single, “Back To Life,” but only after fans accomplish a list of 303 tasks from the band.
After confusing some fans with the synth-heavy “One Way Trigger,” the Strokes have revealed another new song, “All The Time,” that finds the New York band returning to their guitar-heavy, garage-rock roots.
Matt & Kim made the greatest “Harlem Shake” video you’ll ever see.
Fresh 102.7 is inviting you to meet one of our favorite new Fresh artists, Hunter Hayes, Up Close and Personal at BB King’s in the heart of NYC’s Times Square! Hunter will be hanging out and playing some songs for you after work this Tuesday, February 5th at 4:30PM.
The Strokes will release their awaited fifth studio album, Comedown Machine, on March 26. The album’s first single, “All the Time,” is “coming soon,” according to a press release from the band’s label, RCA.
During a last-minute concert in Park City, Utah, during this year’s Sundance Film Festival, former Hole frontwoman Courtney Love surprised the audience with a cover version of rapper Jay-Z’s 2004 hip-hop hit, “99 Problems.”
We have your chance to grab tickets to Taylor Swift’s Red Tour featuring Ed Sheeran & Austin Mahone!
New York indie band Vampire Weekend released a tease for their upcoming album via the splash page on vampireweekend.com and Twitter.