Soul-stirring sets from Alabama Shakes, The Dandy Warhols, Memphis Dawls, and many more.
Plus Kid Rock, Pretty Lights, Avenged Sevenfold, and Snoop Dogg. For real.
You ready to brawl, brother?
Hard rock festival returns to Columbus, OH in May.
Awards for: Best Headliner, Most Improved Sound, Most Charming Duo, and more.
Kid Rock is playing, too.
“Oh Boy”, an album of instant classics!
Kanye, The Black Keys, Peter Gabriel… and we’re just getting started.
Robert Plant, Lauryn Hill, The Decemberists, & Lupe, too.
With a little more help from his friends than he realizes.
“Peace Train”, meet “Crazy Train”.
It’s “Rated X”.
Still waiting for their “Bawitdaba”.
Grohl… Ozzy… Cornell… need I say more?
Two years after he “came back” with Rock N’ Roll Jesus, featuring our favorite butchering of Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London” in the radio-wonder “All Summer Long”, Kid Rock wants to keep his success going. He’s just going about …
It’s an eclectic mix, but it worked…
12:30 p.m.: We’ve added many videos from last night, and at last check, they all appear to be working…
Whether you agree with the winners or enjoyed all of the performances, you have to give credit to the producers of …
9:30 a.m.: Head here for a complete recap. You’ll also find most of the videos from last night there as well.
11:30 p.m.: Well, some three hours and thirty minutes later, the 2009 edition of The Grammys is officially over. …
Award shows, for the most part, suck. They’re three hours (sometimes four) of self aggrandizing celebrities, shameless promotion, and bullshit performances. Very rarely do they actually have something worth watching, though sometimes performances here and there catch your eye. As …
“In Consequence Of Sound’s pursuit of expanding horizons as well as encouraging reader interaction, we introduce a new segment called ‘Guilty Pleasure’ in which we aim to discuss some of the writers’ fondest musical guilty pleasures and encourage discussions …