Enter ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version),’ which is taking longtime Taylor Swift fans back to a bygone era of 15-year-old crushes and dancing on rainy streets.
NFL prospect Trevor Lawrence criticized rapper Lil Nas X’s recently announced 666 Satan shoes on Twitter.
NASA landed a new rover on Mars this month, and Daft Punk blew itself up in the desert.
While new music is a welcome surprise, many have been praising Taylor Swift for magically fixing 2020. She didn’t — and no other pop culture trend can.
Music legend Morrissey was dropped by his label on Monday, but his loyal fans know that cannot stop him.
A song at the top of the Billboard that promotes a Christian view of marriage is not something I had slated for 2020.
Crawford and Lee said they “were told by multiple music promoters that they would pass on the album, even though they have promoted our previous releases.”
The Killers are doing something right — they’ve been around for nearly 20 years. Now they’re set to release their sixth record, ‘Imploding the Mirage,’ due this Friday.
‘WAP’ is brazen and brash, and we’re probably meant to believe it’s empowering, but what it really does is deprive sex of mystery and remove seduction from the process.
In a time when patriotism is reaching new lows, the Fourth of July is a time to celebrate that which is great about America, and there are lots of wonderful songs to do just that. But not ‘Born in the USA.’
It’s tempting to think of Hardy’s “One Beer” as the inverse of “Red Ragtop,” but both songs ultimately make an emotional case against abortion.
The Beach Boys are far more interesting than the casual fan might know. With summer right around the corner, it’s time to check out these classics and non-hits.
I’d rather go to a dimly lit club than enjoy live music from my car. But these days, drive-in concerts don’t sound so bad.
Called a ‘New Dylan’ when he came onto the music scene, John Prine has penned some of the greatest country and folk songs of the last 50 years.
The Strokes are still together, with new music on the way. Against the odds, they never collapsed under the weight of a tumultuous career.
‘I think it’s dead,’ Loretta Lynn declared of country music, speaking on an episode of Martina McBride’s podcast released on Thursday.
The viral mechanisms of social media are adding an extra element of democracy to the music charts, and it shows in this year’s Grammy nominees.
Country music should amplify the voices of ‘flyover state’ women, often women of faith, who lack proper representation in media and popular culture.
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