Lady Gaga is a woman torn. She likes the power of being a pop star who can affect change in those around her, but without all the corporate politics. Unless, those corporations can help her spread her message, then she’ll make an exception.
Among the hilariously named fake acts include Tanya and the Hardings, DJ Costco and all-female rap act, Heavy Flow.
Let it never be said that Lady Gaga loses any of her artistic vision in subtlety.
The band kicked off the first night of the iTunes Festival at SXSW by performing four news songs off their upcoming album, which seems to harken back to their ‘Parachute’ days.
The all but unknown Lady Gaga’s delivering a keynote address and the up-and-coming Justin Bieber has already done a surprise performance.
Want to see Lady Gaga play SXSW? Well you’re going to have to be bold.
Apple’s iTunes Festival has been a juggernaut of England’s festival scene for years and now it’s coming to America for the first time.
When Justin Timberlake was confirmed to be the headliner of the last MySpace Secret Show, it was no surprise that it would be the hottest ticket in Austin – well, besides Prince – on Saturday night (March 16).
No stranger to the theater, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will pen new songs for a Yale Repertory Theater production premiering next year. The new musical, These Paper Bullets, is a rock and roll update of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.
For those music fans bummed not to be among the fray hitting showcases along the Sixth Street corridor, SXSW 2013 is offering an array of live online streams broadcasting the action as it happens.