Singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend, now in their 70s, will take the stage in May as part of The Who's current six-member lineup and backed by an orchestra to play venues in the United States and Canada as well as London's Wembley Stadium in July.
Hozier is back with a second record nearly five years after the giant success of ‘Take Me to Church,’ and has much to say about the dancer from the song's viral music video.
Avril Lavigne has suffered from a few identity crises over the years. There was the literal one, of course — a semi-serious internet conspiracy insisting that she had died and been secretly replaced by a body double.
There’s a large variety of albums to look forward to over the next few months of 2020, from artists like Selena Gomez, Ozzy Osbourne and Rihanna.
Map of the Soul: 7, the new album from the biggest K-pop group in the world, is a global record biz event like no other.
Joseph Shabalala, founder of South Africa's multiple Grammy-winning choral group, the Ladysmith Black Mambazo, has died, the choir said on Tuesday. He was 78.
The band announced on Thursday that the release on Sept. 4 will include a four-disc CD and vinyl box set editions that includes 10 bonus tracks, including outtakes and alternative versions.
Such Pretty Forks in the Road, her first album in eight years, is less a diatribe than a post-mortem – a one-woman dissection of breakdowns, addiction, insomnia, depression and motherhood.