Jamie Lynn Spears and Chantel Jeffries have released the official remix for the 'Zoey 101' theme song 'Follow Me'.
Sir Elton John is not a fan of twerking in music videos and has hailed Teyana Taylor's "classy" and "empowering promo for 'Lose Each Other'.
Ariana Grande has officially confirmed her new single, 'Positions', will be released on Friday (10.23.20) ahead of her new album.
Bad Bunny and Daddy Yankee took home the most prizes at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Wednesday night (21.10.20).
Clem Burke has revealed that Blondie have been working on new material to keep themselves "sane".
Acclaimed songwriter Steve Mac was the big winner at the ASCAP London Music Awards.
The Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney is reportedly set to announce the third in a trilogy of solo albums this week.
Sir Paul McCartney has posted a series of clues suggesting fans won't have long to wait for 'McCartney III'.
Gwen Stefani has teased that her fans can expect some new music "really soon" and admitted she has found it "therapeutic" penning new material.
Two guitars used by the late Eddie Van Halen, which were partly designed by the axe-slayer, will be auctioned off.
Kendrick Lamar has revealed the reason why fans have to wait so long for him to make albums.
'Magic' hitmaker Kylie Minogue doesn't think her upcoming 'Infinite Disco' live stream show can be called a "concert" when she isn't performing directly for her fans in the room.
The Cranberries have hailed Miley Cyrus' cover of 'Zombie' and said late frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan would have loved it.
Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has insisted he would love for the band to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, despite bandmate Nikki Sixx previously claiming he would "probably" turn down a nomination.
Taylor Swift's Gibson guitar is going under the hammer to raise funds for COVID-19 relief and is expected to fetch up to $40,000.
Jimmy Page says Led Zeppelin were "ready" to head out on tour after their 2007 one-off reunion show.
Starting from a basement studio, soundproofed with foam mattress pads, currently managed by Seamus Coyle and Connor “Blanco” McKay, Rage City Records is redefining what it means to be a young musician in Anchorage.
The life of a musician is usually one of constant movement. For many, home is a place that you come back to, but never really stay. If you are a touring musician you get used to being crammed into a Prius, Sprinter van, or tour bus travelling constantly from gig to gig. If you play the local scene, you are out every night, playing wherever you can. Either way, life is always new. New venue, new people — every night is different. This past spring, the threat and spread of the COVID-19 pandemic brought that to a grinding halt.
Max Ehrich hopes his debut single 'Afraid' will encourage others to be vulnerable when it comes to love.