“You all know what I have been dealing with, and I can’t thank you enough for supporting me,” Kesha told her fans at the Aragon Wednesday night.
Halloween comes once a year, and though it falls on a Tuesday this time around, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the day.
Logan Center Bluesfest aims to inspire a new generation to appreciate the homegrown sound.
Cold Waves expands to three days at Metro this year and will also debut a second iteration in Los Angeles in November.
It’s been nearly two years since One Direction last toured to Styles’ current solo trek. In that time the singer has done a 180-degree about-face.
The museum continues to promote and share a deeper understanding and respect of Native-American people and cultures.
Fantastic Negrito: “… music is something that’s so powerful and means so much to me. It’s the one time when I’m not full of s—.”
The metal band, which recorded an album that marked the suicide of the drummer’s teenage sister, will headline a benefit concert at Metro.
Gaga: “Someone told me today I have the great honor of being the first woman ever to headline Wrigley Field. I’m so proud to stand here tonight.”
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day: “In all my life I never thought we’d get to play Wrigley Field. I’m so happy right now.”
Though Joel wryly apologized for not “having anything new to play,” no one would have wanted it anyway.
Also on the horizon is the special deluxe reissue on August 11 of their debut album, “Mental Jewelry,” to commemorate its 25th anniversary.
His film scores include “Dunkirk,” “Gladiator,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” the Oscar-winning “The Lion King,” and the “Dark Knight” trilogy.