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David Gray released his debut in 1993, but it wasn't until after he put out his fourth album -- 1998's "White Ladder" -- that listeners really caught on.
Ed Sheeran stood alone onstage and looked out at the 8,000-plus fans assembled before him on Tuesday at the SAP Center in San Jose.
The band released their brand new single on Monday and despite what you might draw from its title, "Never Been In Love" is fun-loving pop at its best.
Kate Bush mixed note-perfect renditions of her biggest hits with two visually stunning interpretations of her longer conceptual works on Tuesday to delight fans who had waited 35 years for the British singer and songwriter to return to the stage.
Shovels & Rope looks to make waves with 'Swimmin' Time' Folk-rock husband-and-wife duo Shovels & Rope pushes genre boundaries with new album 'Swimmin' Time,' out Aug. 26. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1tHcBX3 "Two-headed octopus" might not be the first description that comes to mind for Shovels & Rope.
The owner of a Bristol youth club has told Sky News he received death threats over his decision to sell a Banksy painted on public wall.
A petition for dissolution of marriage was filed by Young in their hometown of San Mateo, California, on July 29th.
OK, so the embattled pop prince isn't exactly recording a new album in Nashville, but he set Instagram on fire today with his cover of a sacred Johnny Cash song.
Social Distortion lead singer and guitarist Mike Ness performs in concert at the newly reopened Fox Theater in Oakland on Feb. 6, 2009.
After Jay Z and Beyonc did not attend Kanye West's wedding to Kim Kardashian, rap fans put forward a theory that Yeezus is articulating his indignation by censoring Jay Z's name from his recent live performances.
Young Jeezy , real name Jay Jenkins, was one of six people arrested on Sunday for possession of an assault riffle after a deadly shooting at a Wiz Khalifa concert in Irvine, California, CNN reports.
Bruce Hornsby's new two-CD set "Solo Concerts" reflects music he has played in the solo format over the past three years.
Phish frontman Trey Anastasio is ready to premiere his new Petrichor , a new suite for orchestra and guitar, nearly two years after he began work on it.
We have a new bad girl in the house! Charli XCX just announced her brand-new album Sucker last week, and now we're in for a real treat because she just released a music video for "Break the Rules," her very first song from it.
The pop icon announced Monday that he would release "Art Official Age" on Warner Bros.
Arcade Fire added a new dimension to their geographic covers series during their three-night residency at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, recruiting musicians from classic New York City punk bands to join them onstage.
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