Musical artist Lana Del Rey will launch a North American tour just after her highly-anticipated festival performance in April. A show in Grand Prairie, TX will kick off the stint of U.S. performances, starting April 23; from there, Del Rey will then perform in various cities, including San Francisco, CA; Nashville, TN; New Orleans, LA; Boston, MA; Philadelphia, PA; and Chicago, IL.
Prior to this tour, Del Rey will also perform a handful of shows in cities such as Las Vegas, NV; Indio, CA; and Phoenix, AZ. Del Rey is slated to release a new album (and likely more tour dates to go along with it) later this year.
See below for the U.S. dates and visit the Lana Del Rey page for more information on tickets.
After performing together at the Kickoff Spectacular earlier this year in Jersey City, Goo Goo Dolls and Daughtry have announced a 2014 summer tour. It kicks off June 12 in Wallingford, CT and is slated to wrap Aug. 23 in Essex Junction, VT. Plain White T's will join the bands for the tour as well and open each show with an acoustic set.
Among the current scheduled dates is a performance at the Iowa State Fair on Aug. 9, where they will take the stage along with Plain White T's. More shows are expected to be announced soon.
See below for the U.S. dates and visit the Daughtry page for more information on tickets.
This morning, Skrillex announced "The Mothership Tour," his latest set of solo dates and festival appearances. The 17 date tour will begin on May 23 at the Zoo Amphitheater in Oklahoma City, OK, and end on July 30 at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland, ME. In addition, Skrillex will visit several festivals between now and the end of the summer, including this week's appearance at South by Southwest, the Ultra Music Festival at the end of the month, and his sets at Bonnaroo in June.
See below for the U.S. tour dates and visit the Skrillex page for more information on tickets.
Please note: Although the video contains ONLY Emojis, this is possibly not safe for work... which is why we posted it on the weekend.
A new version of Beyonce and Jay Z's music video, "Drunk In Love," is perfect for those of us who tend to over-use Emojis when we're texting our friends. A man named Jesse Hill created this video, which uses Emojis to visually explain the song lyrics. It's so creative and fun that Beyonce actually posted the video on her Facebook page and said, "Love this!!"
What do you think?
March is Women's History Month, so across the world, people are celebrating awesome ladies! On our Facebook page, we recently asked people to share some of their favorite female singers. The answers varied, from P!nk to Amy Lee to Ann Wilson.
While it would be impossible to compile a list of the BEST female singers and then try to rank them, I am more than comfortable picking a few great female singers who deserve to be recognized for all they've done. Here are 5 powerhouses music owes a debt of gratitude!
Cher, who has earned the nickname Goddess of Pop, first emerged on the scene in 1965 when she and her husband, Sonny Bono, rose to fame. Through the years, she established herself as a singer in her own right, and even went on to have several Broadway and acting gigs. Cher has had incredibly successful hit singles, including early tunes like "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" and "Dark Lady," and later songs like "If I Could Turn Back Time" and "Believe."