Several prominent musicians have lost their homes to the California wildfires.
A journey from empty dive bars to arenas, addiction to rehab, and heartbreak to triumph.
In a rare case of political irony, one musician asks that the President does, in fact, "stop the music."
Steeped in authenticity, the band's fourth album tells the story of a habit.
🍷 Plus, the #TideWineChallenge is here. Ugh.
The former West Virginia state senator is planning to run in a potentially contentious primary.
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An album divided into two distinct halves, the band explores new sonic territory and tackles emotional topics.
Former One Direction member has long supported the LGBTQ community.
Raise the horns for what Maiden is calling on of their biggest tours ever.
A personal prayer and ode to the future, as well as being a playful reminder of the past.
When you are as popular as BTS, even something as small as a t-shirt can be a big deal.
Consistently creating music that's outside the box without bursting the envelope.
An album worthy of being a part of your summer rotation for years to come.
The German outfit offers another strong link in the heavy metal chain.
The perfect post-breakup album, even if you've never experienced heartbreak.
A child with a hobby turned into a college student with a passion.
And is that Moz on guitar or are we mistaken?
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From Florida to Michigan, voting rights expansions and electoral reform are making gains.
The Supreme Court Justice fell in the office on Wednesday night
Plus, more election aftermath.
53,000 people had their voting registrations put on hold as a result of Georgia’s “exact match” law.
The former Dallas wideout has reached a one year agreement with the New Orleans Saints