It might be hard to believe but Tegan and Sara have been making music for close to 20 years. The sisters began their musical evolution in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1995.
Yesterday was a big day for the boys of One Direction. While they lost out on the award for Best British Group to Mumford & Sons at the BRIT Awards, they picked up the much deserved award in the Global Success category. They also gave their first live performance of their Red Nose Day charity single, “One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks).”
Fans gathered to catch a sneak peek of Maroon 5 before they head out on tour in support of their critically-acclaimed album, Overexposed.
One Direction will kick off the North American leg of their 2013 World Tour which will begin June 13. The guys were out treating fans to a different take on their new single this week.
In addition to “Firework,” Perry sang her own rendition of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together.”
It started as a rough weekend for Lady Gaga, who had a stage mishap at the Barcelona stop on her worldwide Born This Way Ball.
Mumford & Sons acknowledged the history of the venue and their fellow Brits, the Beatles, who made their debut there way back in 1964. And the banter didn’t end there.
In Australia Taylor, Zac and Isaac performed their own stripped down version of her brand new single — and Taylor loves it. A lot.
And delivers a record-breaking crowd for any Lollapalooza show. The performance ended the festival on a high note.
When he dropped his track with Rihanna, the bass was so intense the the earth was shaking. His music brought the festival back to life after the grounds were evacuated for a few hours due to severe thunderstorms.