Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age, Billy Joel, The Killers, Lady Gaga, St. Vincent, and more to play Canada’s largest music festival.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Gaga runs through “Dope” and “G.U.Y.” at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom.
Plus: New Order, Nas, Tegan & Sara, Rise Against, Girl Talk, and Ray LaMontagne.
Plus: St. Vincent, Tyler the Creator, Childish Gambino, Jeff Tweedy, and Drive-By Truckers.
No vomit, just a lot of Housewives.
The 27-year-old pop star follows in the footsteps of Springsteen, Young, and Grohl.
The Fame Monster will make her SXSW debut on March 13th.
Oh, what could have been.
Plus, watch The Roots re-enact a scene from The Bachelor and Fallon sing R Kelly’s “Ignition (Remix)”.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon nabs Arcade Fire, Justin Timberlake, U2, and Lady Gaga for first week of shows
Fallon starts off his new gig with a little help from his friends.
There may or may not be “Applause” come Spring.
Watch their absurd performance of “Do What U Want?”.
Number one with a “meh,” having moved just 258,000 copies.
Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Coldplay take home top dollars.
Mother Monster will give NYC’s storied venue a grand sendoff.
OK, now we’ve seen it all.
After all of her weird experimentation, Gaga now sounds boring and normal.
Highly-anticipated LP arrives ahead of schedule.
Plus: Tyler, Earl, Gaga, and M.I.A.
Inaugural Internet award show kicks of at 6:00pm EST.
Another new one from ARTPOP.
The Los Angeles sisters’ meteoric rise continues.
Another piece of ARTPOP.
The latest taste of ARTPOP has us saying “uh oh”.
Plus: Gaga promises three new songs over the next three weeks.
Our second official slice of ARTPOP also serves as a trailer for Machete Kills.
Never a dull day in the world of Gaga.
Spike Jonze to serve as creative director.
Another day, another remix.
After an epic eight months, what could possibly be left? A lot, actually.