Who cares about Blur or Snoop The only singer we want to see headlining BDO Auckland is Lorde.
Kiwis in the music business are not about to follow international music star Thom Yorke and yank their music from streaming site Spotify, but there is support for the Radiohead singer. Yorke, who also has solo side projects, this week pulled his solo music from the site, posting on Twitter that he was “standing up for our fellow musicians”
After six years together, Electric Wire Hustle have been doing some major re-wiring ahead of the release of their highly anticipated sophomore album #BlackWater/Love Can Prevail.
Scott Weiland has countersued his former Stone Temple Pilots band mates, saying they had no right to expel him and shouldn’t be allowed to perform with a new lead singer. Weiland’s suit was filed on Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, one week after his former collaborators sued to get him to stop using the band’s music in solo performances
Bruno Mars has added a second Auckland date his Moonshine Jungle tour. The singer returns to New Zealand next year and this time around he brings along special guest and Grammy wining artist Miguel.
Bruno Mars returns to New Zealand next year and this time around he brings along special guest and Grammy wining artist Miguel. Mars and his full band are set to repeat the singers’ 2011 success when he first sold out Auckland’s Vector Arena.
On October 26, a court in the Netherlands will decide whether 13-year-old Laura Dekker is allowed to fulfill her dream of sailing around the world — solo.
Like many people, I have a “bucket list.” It’s something along the lines of the “top-10-things-to-see-or-do-before-you-die” lists published on travel Web sites.
Rob Thomas is a busy guy — so busy, he apparently hasn’t had much time to check in with his Matchbox Twenty bandmates. We only know this because we ran into guitarist Paul Doucette at the BMI Pop Awards in Beverly Hills several weeks ago, where he was picking up a plaque for songwriter of the year