Costello serves as last-minute replacement for Lana Del Rey.
Live from New York… It’s Saturday Night…
Seattle festival promises Wu-Tang Clan, The Replacements, Elvis Costello, Mac DeMarco, and more.
We turn back to the clock to a more awkward time in your favorite band’s existence.
Someone’s gotta step in for Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra.
His first southern solo trek since 1999.
Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith and T-Bone Burnett are also part of the supergroup.
Artists who keep us guessing in the name of creativity.
Move over, Skrillex. Elvis Costello is here.
Springsteen, Grohl, and Costello are the rock and roll Horsemen.
The best creative you’ll find in music today.
These shows would run forever… or close on opening night.
An unlikely union makes for one of the most refreshing records of the year.
Fallon: Where the magic happens.
A meeting of the Five Timers Club.
The “moody, brooding affair” lands one week early.
QOTSA, MMJ, The Killers, and Elvis Costello also playing.
After an epic eight months, what could possibly be left? A lot, actually.
Relive the roaring ’20s one week early.
Guest vocalists sing 1920s pop standards.
First solo dates in the Northeast in over a decade.
Dance, laugh, shed a tear.
Lead single off their Wise Up Ghost collaborative album.
UK legend offers up “Pump It Up” and “Oliver’s Army”.
Good music for a good cause.
“Elvis went HAM.”
Also: There’s a Prince tribute concert featuring D’Angelo and The Roots.
You can thank Jimmy Fallon for this one.
Plus, Questlove confirms new Roots album and collaboration with Elvis Costello
Here’s where our eyes have been all year.
A horrific musical with star-studded victims.
Our first few steps into Fall 2012 looked really good.
Iggy Pop and the Stooges! JAMC! Elvis Costello! GWAR!