And delivers a record-breaking crowd for any Lollapalooza show. The performance ended the festival on a high note.
R&B wonderboy Frank Ocean doesn’t haven’t to do much to win over fans in his live shows. Between his effortlessly smooth vocals and frank stage banter, Ocean won over fans who opted against the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Avicii last night at Lollapalooza.
When he dropped his track with Rihanna, the bass was so intense the the earth was shaking. His music brought the festival back to life after the grounds were evacuated for a few hours due to severe thunderstorms.
“It feels really rewarding because we worked really hard on this record,” front woman Gwen Stefani said.
Gaga turned up at the Pitchfork Music Festival this weekend to show support for her friend and labelmate, Kendrick Lamar. Speculation was rampant about whether the pop star would be taking the stage.
Get closer to Flo Rida — watch him perform live at your desktop today at 3PM! Followed by a Q&A — if you’re in the virtual audience, your question might be chosen!
Maroon 5 will celebrate the release of their album Overexposed by performing a full Live on Letterman streaming concert tomorrow. The guys will perform songs from throughout their career and handful of new ones as they electrify the Ed Sullivan Theater in NYC.
The British are everywhere this weekend as they celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee. Monday night marked the Diamond Jubilee concert, which featured performances by Jessie J, will.i.am, Kylie Minogue, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Paul McCartney […]
Florence + the Machine just announced that their band will join yet another festival: the “Bestival” on the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom. In order to celebrate the festival’s wildlife theme, Florence and […]
Time for another sneak peak at the forthcoming One Direction release, Up All Night – The Live Tour DVD. The guys have released a performance clip of “More Than This.” If you note their outfits, […]