Rock group Arcade Fire was in Minneapolis this past weekend, and in a nod to the local hero, they covered Prince’s 1981 classic “Controversy.”
It’s only a matter of days before Jimmy Fallon takes over the ‘Tonight Show’ hosting duties and to help christen the musical stage he’s bringing in a slew of big named musical guests and one very special friend.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
No this won’t be an award show for something like Jian Sword Dancing or Me and My Grandma Dancing To “Rack City”. YouTube has announced its inaugural award show, and they’re trying to carve out a unique place for themselves in a sea of award shows.
We don’t know what it will be, but 30 minutes of Arcade Fire on TV is enticing enough for any Arcade Fire fan.
The band keeps the album mystery alive with a series of clues.
After some delay, the companion to Peter Gabriel covering other people’s songs on ‘Scratch My Back’ sees the light of day, featuring Arcade Fire, Lou Reed, Randy Newman and more.
Today (July 12), the band unexpectedly announced October 29 release date for their as-yet-untitled fourth studio releasing while casually responding to a fan’s praises.
The singer make the (not-so) shortlist of nominees for this year’s Best Original Songs category.
This weekend, Mick Jagger helped to put a lid on Saturday Night Live‘s latest season, performing three times, joining in a couple of skits, and helping to send off one of the show’s brightest stars, […]