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Pearl Jam will play a pair of Seattle concerts this summer to help aid the city's homelessness initiatives. Dubbed "The Home Shows," the two stadium gigs mark the Rock Hall-inducted band's first hometown gigs in five years.

"The Home Shows" will invade Seattle's Safeco Field, home of the Mariners, on

This article originally appeared on Pearl Jam Announce Seattle Stadium 'Home Shows' to Fight Homelessness

Migos blend the atmospheric with the aggressive on "Supastars," a new song from their upcoming third LP, Culture II. Throughout the track, the Georgia trio swap signature boasts over spacey, melodic synths and a grinding trap beat laced with digital sound effects.

Culture II, out January 26th, also includes the Pharrell-produced

This article originally appeared on Hear Migos' Synth-Fueled New Song 'Supastars'

UPDATE: A rep for former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke tells Rolling Stone that an erroneous press release announcing Rourke's involvement with the show was distributed. Rourke is not, and has never been, involved in the production. Reps for Bad Productions, the production company behind the show, did not immediately respond to requests for clarification and

This article originally appeared on The Smiths' Mike Joyce to Perform Orchestral Concerts of Classic Songs

In February of 2011, Lady Gaga went onto Ryan Seacrest's radio show to talk about her upcoming album Born This Way for the very first time. She was at the height of her fame, and her army of Little Monsters were eager for any scrap of information they could get their paws on. But the name of one

This article originally appeared on Hear Clarence Clemons in His Final Rolling Stone Interview

Even rock's biggest names had to start somewhere. Flip through this (way) back catalog of stars' early projects and you'll find yourself in a topsy-turvy bizarro-world where Michael Bolton and Billy Joel fronted metal bands, Debbie Harry and the Cars were folked-up singer-songwriters, Madonna was a post-punk drummer and Ronnie James Dio was a Sixties teen idol. By the time you're done there

This article originally appeared on 30 Fascinating Early Bands of Future Music Legends

Belle and Sebastian extended their 2018 tour with a series of North American tour dates. The newly announced leg – which spans the U.S., Mexico and Canada – kicks off June 5th in Portland, Maine and concludes June 30th in Portland, Oregon.

Openers for the North American dates include Snail Mail, Perfume Genius

This article originally appeared on Belle and Sebastian Plot North American Tour

Kendrick Lamar, SZA, ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, SiR and Lance Skiiwalker will unite for an all-star tour featuring artists from record label Top Dawg Entertainment. "TDE: The Championship Tour" will launch May 4th in Vancouver and

This article originally appeared on Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q Lead Top Dawg Entertainment Tour

Camila Cabello became the first female artist in three years to reach Number One with her debut album. The former Fifth Harmony singer's Camila sold 119,000 copies in its first week of release.

By making the leap from a popular group to a chart-topping solo artist,

This article originally appeared on On the Charts: Camila Cabello Hits Number One With Solo Debut

Daryl Hall and John Oates and Train are teaming up for a summer tour of arenas around North America this summer. Each group will perform its own full-length set, with both Hall and Oates and Train teaming up for a

This article originally appeared on Daryl Hall and John Oates, Train Plot Co-Headlining Summer Tour

Thousands of Cranberries fans lined up outside of a Limerick, Ireland church – where Dolores O'Riordan was lying in repose ahead of her funeral Tuesday – to pay tribute to the singer who

This article originally appeared on Thousands Gather for Dolores O'Riordan Memorial in Ireland

Troye Sivan made his Saturday Night Live debut on the Jessica Chastain-hosted episode, where the emerging Australian singer performed his two new singles "My, My, My!" and "The Good

This article originally appeared on Watch Troye Sivan Deliver New Singles in 'SNL' Debut

The National mark the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump's inauguration with the visceral video for "Walk It Back," a song off the band's 2017 LP Sleep Well Beast.


This article originally appeared on Watch The National Mark Trump's First Year With 'Walk It Back' Video

Jim Rodford, a founding member of Argent and bassist for the Kinks and the Zombies, died Saturday at the age of 76.

Rodford's cousin and longtime band mate Rod Argent confirmed Rodford's death on

This article originally appeared on Jim Rodford, Kinks and Argent Bassist, Dead at 76

Fredo Santana, Chicago drill rapper and cousin of Chief Keef, has died at the age of 27.

While no cause of death was officially revealed, TMZ reports that the rapper born Derrick Coleman suffered a fatal seizure Friday night in Los Angeles.

Houston rapper Maxo Kream was among the first to

This article originally appeared on Chicago Rapper Fredo Santana Dead at 27

Drake dropped a pair of new tracks with no warning as the rapper's "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity" premiered on streaming services Friday night. The two songs form Drake's new EP Scary Hours.

The synth-laden "God's

This article originally appeared on Hear Drake's Surprise New Songs 'God's Plan' and 'Diplomatic Immunity'

Lin-Manuel Miranda teams with New York rappers Nas and Dave East and singer Aloe Blacc for the new video "Wrote My Way Out," the January offering from the

This article originally appeared on See Lin-Manuel Miranda Team With Nas for 'Wrote My Way Out' Video

After months of speculation, a medical examiner has ruled that Tom Petty died of an accidental overdose, according to a statement from the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner. The Hall of Fame musician had taken several pain medications, including Fentanyl, oxycodone and generic Xanax. Other medications included

This article originally appeared on Tom Petty's Cause of Death: Accidental Overdose

Brandon Flowers was a bellman at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in late 2001 when he picked up a copy of the Las Vegas Weekly and saw an ad that caught his eye: "Seeking musicians for all original band. Influences: Oasis, Smashing Pumpkins, Bowie, Radiohead." It was placed by guitarist Dave Keuning, who was paying his bills at the time by working at Banana Republic. "I

This article originally appeared on Flashback: The Killers Original 'Mr. Brightside' Demo

For years, Def Leppard were well situated among the ranks of Garth Brooks and Tool as holdouts on streaming services – artists with large, multiplatinum catalogues that still didn't feel comfortable with the pros and cons of subscription-based music schemes. The hard rockers had long been at war with their

This article originally appeared on Def Leppard Explain Why They Finally Embraced Streaming

Lucius will release Nudes, a collection of acoustic recordings, on March 2nd. The band's Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig currently sing backup for Roger Waters on the Pink Floyd bassist's still-ongoing Us + Them Tour. They recorded the 10-track album during gaps in Waters' tour. 

Lucius' new album features covers of Tame Impala's "Eventually," Gerry Rafferty's "Right

This article originally appeared on Lucius Ready New Acoustic LP 'Nudes,' Features Roger Waters

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