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The award-winning actor offers support for transgender kids and takes a slap at Donald Trump.
The guitarist’s new song looks at hatred in America. "I go to some places and I’m just a n****r to somebody," he said.
The classic song gets a guitar-heavy remake for "Justice League."
GCJ: Thats deep, just wanting to be great. You're here for a certain amount of time and if you have a gift or an avenue, I
It is a true understatement to say that the pinnacle of the teenage Austinite social calendar is Austin City Limits. ACL has taken on a life of its own, an event so fantasized and talked about that it couldn't ever be as good as we all think it will be.
The bluesy rock 'n' roller is ready to “turn the guitar up and make some noise."
Elle Australia Featured Nicole Trunfio Breastfeeding After A Candid Moment Inspired The Photographer
Model mom Nicole Trunfio brought her newborn baby boy along for her Elle Australia shoot and a photo of her breastfeeding
10. Banks - "Waiting Game" 7. Alt-J "Every Other Freckle" 15. Chet Faker - "Solo Sunrise" 4. Gary Clark Jr. - "When My Train
See the track listing below: Gary Clark Jr. Live (disc 2) Ain’t Messin’ ‘Round If Trouble Was Money (Albert Collins) Third
Yellowcard's 9/11 Tribute "Believe," Plus Chats with FFF's John Ondrasik, TDWP's Mike Hranica, OCMS's Ketch Secor and Max Frost
Written after the tragedy of 9/11, Yellowcard's song "Believe" -- from their 1993 breakthrough album Ocean Avenue -- was written as a thank you to first responders in the police, fire department, and other heroes.
Chatting with Booker T. Jones and Anton Fig, The Young Presidents at Alzheimer's Benefit, and Leerone and Rainbow Chan Exclusives
Artists Ivan Neville, Anton Fig, Blondie Chaplin, Corey Glover, Adam Ezra and others will perform with The Young Presidents on July 25th at New York's The Cutting Room. Anton Fig talks about the event and more in the below interview.
Stevie Wonder at the top of his game singing Ribbon in the Sky to his newly engaged daughter, backup singer Aisha Morris, then grilling her fiance about his intentions made the Bud Light Hotel concert Super Bowl eve a tough moment to top.
The Rolling Stones wrapped their "50 and Counting" tour with a little help from some friends. The final concert, held in
About A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Jon Chattman's music series features artists (established or not) from all genres performing