My Morning Jacket Teams Up with The North Face on Ambitious Campaign to Benefit Public Lands

By Laura Ferreiro My Morning Jacket has recorded a gorgeous and wistful cover of Woody Guthrie’s famous anthem, “This Land Is Your Land,” and the band wants people to take that message quite literally. The Kentucky indie rockers have teamed … Continue reading

Take Action to Win Tickets to the Under 30 Music Festival

By Laura Ferreiro Okay everyone, put away your wallets and take out your pens and cell phones! Instead of purchasing tickets to see Wiz Khalifa, DJ Afrojack, and LP perform at the Forbes Under 30 Music Festival on October 19 … Continue reading

Not Your Average Pickin’ and Grinnin’ — The Bluegrass Situation Festival to Benefit Children’s Cancer Association

By Travis Clark There’s a situation brewing – a Bluegrass Situation to be precise. The bluegrass, folk and Americana festival will take place October 10 and 11at the Ace Hotel Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The festival is being hosted by … Continue reading

San Diego Music Thing Connects Public with Industry Professionals

By Travis Clark Some “thing” is coming to San Diego, and it’s taking the music industry by storm. The San Diego Music Thing rolls into town September 11-13. What’s this “thing” all about? It’s a two-day music conference and festival that … Continue reading

Music, Fashion and Good Causes Collide at MAGIC 2014

By Laura Ferreiro With temperatures soaring well above 100 degrees, Las Vegas sizzles in the summer. Things got even hotter during MAGIC Market Week when the fashion tradeshow descended on the Las Vegas and Mandalay Bay Convention Centers in the … Continue reading

Imagine Dragons, Iggy Azalea, Kings of Leon and More for Jay Z’s Made In America Festival Benefiting United Way

By Laura Ferreiro There’s plenty to like about the Made in America festival. Not only does it hit both coasts simultaneously and feature a stellar lineup including Iggy Azalea, Kings of Leon, Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Metric, Spoon, Imagine Dragons, … Continue reading

Linkin Park & Thirty Seconds To Mars’ Carnivores Tour Supports Disaster Relief

By Travis Clark Linkin Park may come off as edgy, but they really do have a softer side. The renowned rap metal band will continue their tradition of generously giving one dollar per concert ticket sold to their charity, Music … Continue reading

Lollapalooza 2014 Teams Up With Great Causes

By Travis Clark Music festivals aren’t only good for the soul, they’re good for contributing to great causes. Since 1991, Lollapalooza has been bringing great talents and great causes together to make the world a better place. This year’s festival … Continue reading

John Legend and Colbie Caillat Empower Women Through Music Videos

By Emily Hollis The music industry is heating up with some serious empowerment for women this summer, most notably with recent hits like Colbie Caillat’s “Try,” and John Legend’s “You and I (Nobody Else In The World).” Caillat’s “Try” has racked … Continue reading

Jay-Z, No Doubt, Tiesto and More to Headline Free Global Citizen Festival To End Poverty

By Travis Clark A movement is coming, and it happens to be spearheaded by some of the biggest names in music. The Global Citizen Movement presents its third annual Global Citizen Festival on September 27. The free concert will take … Continue reading