Country music icon Willie Nelson has a new album out today (May 15) called ‘Heroes.’ The disc contains classic country songs, his own original work and unexpected covers. One of those covers includes Pearl Jam‘s 2009 single ‘Just Breath.’ Watch Nelson perform the song with his band live below.
Tom Morello has enlisted the help of Ben Harper in what is a super team-up of epic political rock proportions. The duo have released a music video for Morello’s the Nightwatchman project for the song ‘Save the Hammer for the Man.’
Alice in Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell wants fans to know that the band is ready to work on a new album. The record would be the follow-up to 2009′s ‘Black Gives Way to Blue,’ 14 years after their previous release.
Veteran rockers the Wallflowers have been out of action for quite some time after going on hiatus in 2007. The band will release a new as-yet-untitled album in 2012 through Columbia Records, their first since 2005′s ‘Rebel, Sweetheart.’
In what was to be expected, sales of the Beastie Boys‘ music catalog have skyrocketed since the May 4 death of founding member Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch. The group’s album sales saw an increase of a whopping 1,235% in just two days since Yauch’s passing.
‘Late Night’ host Jimmy Fallon will release a new album next month, ten years after his debut ‘The Bathroom Wall.’ With such a long lapse in between records, Fallon has decided to recruit some heavy hitters like Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder, Dave Matthews and more to appear on ‘Blow Your Pants Off.’
As previously reported, Against Me! leader Tom Gabel has revealed to Rolling Stone that he’s transgender. Now, more details from the full article — which will be featured in the upcoming issue of the magazine — are emerging.
Garbage are ready to drop their fifth studio album, ‘Not Your Kind of People,’ on May 15 through their own record label STUNVOLUME. Listen to the whole record below a week before it goes on sale below.
The death of founding Beastie Boys member Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch has affected artists from all music genres, and tributes have been pouring in since news of Yauch’s passing broke. Hip-hop icons Eminem and Nas, along with rapper-turned-rocker Kid Rock, are the latest to show respect for their fallen peer.
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