The song is the first single from the group's forthcoming sophomore album, which is expected to be released this summer. Check out the online stream of "Don't Take The Money" here.
Antonoff had this to say about the track, "'Don't take the money' is a phrase I say in my head all the time. It has nothing to do with actual money. It means to follow the light. Don't ignore a gut feeling." Read morehere.
The rocker joins sluggers Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo - and several other Cubs - in the latest in a series of ads for their fake company, Bryzzo, which delivers souvenir baseballs to fans via home runs.
Timed to arrive during MLB's 2017 opening weekend, Vedder tests out some jingles on the pair as they expect business to ramp up following last year's World Series title after a century-long drought.
"ThisSeason on Baseball: The #Bryzzo Souvenir Company is getting bigger and better," tweeted MLB alongside the new video. Stream the adhere.
The group shared the celebration clip this past Friday and tweeted the following message, "On this day in Def Leppard history, 31 March 1992, we released Adrenalize. Crank it up all day!"
Def Leppard will next be seen on a spring tour of North America with Poison and Tesla; the three-month run will open in Manchester, NH on April 8. "We're thrilled to be able to take this tour to cities we didn't play in 2016," says frontman Joe Elliott. "The demand for us to return, or rather extend the tour was phenomenal! There's a great buzz around the band right now and we're loving the fact that we can do this with the latest album being so well received." Watch the videohere.
The album also made a No. 5 debut on the charts in the U.S. and the U.K. and entered charts in the top 10 in 15 countries, according to an announcement from the veteran band.
"Spirit" was released in various configurations including the standard CD and digital versions featuring 12 tracks and a deluxe edition which was released in s 2 CD format that also included a 28-page booklet and five bonus remixes dubbed the "Jungle Spirit Mixes." Read morehere.
Capitol sent over these details about what went down: Fans who went to findmeinthekingdom.com were shown only a city and a time - once that time was reached, a GPS coordinate for nine different cities around the world was revealed and fans hunted for nine hidden mini gold gun shaped flashdrives.
Each flashdrive came with instructions to follow and once completed, one tile from the album artwork was revealed. Each of the nine tiles was eventually found as, bit by bit, fans pieced together the full album artwork along with a secondary image displaying 4/4/17 3pm PST... Read morehere.
The song is a collaboration with Cee-Lo and is featured on Raekwon's most recent album "The Wild". He shared this background on the song, "Once I heard the beat, his name kept coming to me ('Marvin' exactly like Cee-Lo's hook). The beat reminded me of him and it transported me back to that time. It was like his life flashed before me and the words just began spilling out organically.
"Marvin's music transcended genres and it can speak to anyone, but it especially speaks to those of us who come from the inner-city; poverty, oppression, the good and the bad. Living in the inner-city, his music helps us reflect. He was real and you could hear it in his voice and in his music. That is where we have parallels, he spoke to a generation and so do I and Wu-Tang. We share creativity and we speak on what we want people to hear; and not focus on trends.
"Marvin saw the climate change and what he saw affected him. He stood up for what he believed in (issues we are still dealing with today) and created conversation and awareness and he had a vision; I resemble those same traits. I wish I could sit down with him and play him this tribute and just smoke a splif and vibe." Stream the songhere.
Church had previously expressed his love of the classic vinyl format with his 2016 chart topping single "Record Year" and said at the time, "For me, when you put a needle in vinyl, you're committed. You're in. You're in until that's done.
"We're so much in earbuds and iPhones and all these ways we listen, we forget that music was more than just a back-beat or more than just 120 bpms; it's emotional, dynamic. I think that vinyl is the best interpretation that we have." Read morehere.
The boybander posted the cover art on his Instagram account on Friday (March 31st) which also revealed that the track will be entitled "Sign Of The Times" and will be released on April 7th.
Styles was one of the last holdouts from the group to release solo material following their announcement that they were going on hiatus in January of 2016. See Harry's full posthere.
The single was released on March 24th and is available at digital retailers and the video can be streamed here. The track comes from Daley's forthcoming full-length studio album which will be entitled "The Spectrum." A Release date was not provided in the announcement.
Daley will be hitting the road with Leela James later this week for The Undeniable Tour which is kicking off in Charlotte, NC on April 6th at the Underground. See the dateshere.
Spitting over a Zaytoven-produced demon of a beat, Young Dolph's flow has never been icier, slicing through his haters with lazy flicks of his katana-sharp rhymes: "They tried to do me like they did Kennedy/ I ain't mad at you, I pray for my enemies."
This new track follows last month's lead single from new album. A song entitled "That's How I Feel" which features a guest appearance from Gucci Mane. Stream "I Pray For My Enemies"here.
The Kentucky Headhunters released a music video featuring vintage footage in support of "God Loves a Rolling Stone." The song is their first single off of the latest album, On Safari. "It's more than just a music video, it's a film for all humanity," said Headhunters' Richard Young of the release.
Country icon T.G. Sheppard has a packed tour schedule in 2017. Fans can catch him across the country for his "Party Time" tour. The first artist to ever have a year long residency at famed Nashville music venue The Ryman Auditorium, Little Big Town, began their residency. If fans missed their first chance to see the band in March, they will be there again in May, July, September and November. Tickets are selling quick, so get them now!
RFD-TV has long been one of the nation's top sources of country music and rural news thanks to it's location on Music Row in Nashville. With the addition of The Pickup, viewers will be brought the most important stories in country music from both traditional and today's artists.
The Pickup-and-coming artist this episode is the one and only Michael Tyler who is celebrating the release of his debut album, 317. "I didn't want a debut self-titled album, so 317 has always been an important number to me," said Tyler. Hear from him on why it's so special in this episode, as well as a special Grand Ole Opry performance of "They Can't See."
Trace Adkins has finally released new music! The album is called Watered Down and can be purchased now. We've got an inside scoop on the record from the man himself, as well as some clips from a recently released music video.
The Grand Ole Opry has inducted their newest members. Dailey & Vincent were inducted by fellow members Jeannie Seely and Old Crow Medicine Show. The duo told The Pickup about their reaction to the initial invite to become a member of country music's longest running radio show and talked about their new album Patriots & Poets. Check out the episodehere.
"Weather was actually the last song that we finished for our debut album Keep Watch. We wrote the initial idea very early on in the recording process as a full band arrangement, but ended up scrapping this version midway through with no plans of it ever seeing the light of day. While wrapping up the record, we knew a slow ballad was missing from the track listing. We ended up revisiting the initial full band demo and stripping it down completely to piano to arrive to the version that you hear today.
We had the idea of including a female vocalist on a track to give the album a little more depth and diversity. Luckily we know some insanely talented people, so the female vocalist is actually a friend from our hometown. Weather was the perfect opportunity to showcase this talent and we actually ended up rewriting a lot of the song to be more of a duet as opposed to having a female feature.
I think the simplicity and vulnerability of the track is what makes Weather so special. The subject matter of exploring the "what ifs" of a relationship is something that allows the track to be much bigger than the music itself."
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
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