The 58th Grammy Awards was again hosted by the two time Grammy winner, 9 time nominee, and Hollywood Walk of Fame entertainer L.L. Cool Jay. Before the show began, back in the holding room, the Grammy host expressed how much he loves music and how it excites him saying that “It’s magnetic – it’s crazy!” Explaining that “with all that divides us today, our shared love of music unites all of us.” 
Antigone Rising launches Girl Bands Rock Foundation to help educate and inspire young girls around the world to accomplish their goals
A powerhouse from the Lone Star State, the Ally Venable Band has ignited excitement in the modern blues scene. Lead vocalist and guitarist, 19 year-old Ally Venable, started singing at an early age in church and when she turned 12...
NEW YORK, Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Billboard, the leading destination for charts, news, trends and innovations in music, and American Express announced today that Alex Belle and Isis Valentino of St. Beauty will receive the American Express Impact...
The Grammy Awards held at the Los Angeles Staples Center last night was full of glitz, glam and music. The Grammys opened with a jaw-dropping performance by Beyonce and Jay Z, followed by Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Pink, Lorde, the iconic Paul McCartney and Ringo Star, gracious and talented Carol King accompanied by Sara Bareilles, Keith Urban, Chicago and Robin Thicke, Willie Nelson and Krist Kristofferson, and many, many more.
Musician, painter and jewelry maker, Rebecca Schiffman, has released three albums, has several paintings including one that was featured in an episode of "Bob Burgers," and her chainmail jewelry is worn by such popular artists like Grimes and Neko...
After a successful Summer NAMM launch of the Mini II, a slightly larger take on the ever-popular Mini, Córdoba is pleased to introduce an expansion of the line with the Mini II Bass.
SPACE, the renowned music venue just minutes north of Chicago, celebrates 10 years of live music with Out of Space, a full summer of outdoor concerts, from June 21–Aug. 26, in some of the most beloved locations in the City of Evanston. SPACE is...
HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. (January 25, 2019)—Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) today announced a new lineup of guitar and bass amplifiers debuting at Winter NAMM 2019 in Anaheim, Calif. The additions include the Mustang LT25, featuring an easy-to-use interface and versatility; the stage-ready Bassbreaker 30R and...