The Replacements reunite to release “Songs for Slim” EP benefiting guitarist Slim Dunlap

By Sarah Weiss Slim Dunlap, former guitarist for The Replacements, needs your help. The Replacements are noted for their contributions to alternative rock, releasing several influential and critically acclaimed albums in the 1980s. They broke up in 1991, but now … Continue reading

Magic combines fashion, music and great causes

By Laura Ferreiro Every year, the biggest names in fashion, footwear and accessories descend on Las Vegas for MAGIC Market Week to show off their fall collections. While fashion weeks in New York and London attract most of the attention, … Continue reading

Usher, David Guetta, Coldplay, Nelly Furtado and more go dark to support Earth Hour

The world is about to go dark. Earth Hour is a global environmental initiative in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)  that encourages businesses, governments and communities to turn their lights off for one hour on March 23 at … Continue reading

Perez Hilton’s SXSW bash with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Paloma Faith supports music education and GLTB students

By Allison Rivers For the sixth year in a row, Perez Hilton will be at SXSW hosting his annual “One Night in Austin” bash – a music showcase with artists curated by the blogger himself. The event will be held … Continue reading

Amy Winehouse Foundation to hold first U.S. gala

By Sarah Weiss Bluesy British singer Amy Winehouse catapulted to the top of the charts with her 2006 sophomore album, “Back to Black.” It swept the Grammys, earning her five awards–tying the record for most wins for a female artist … Continue reading

The Civil Wars & T Bone Burnett team up to fight hunger on soundtrack for “A Place At The Table”

By Hilary Gridley How can musicians help the 49 million Americans who don’t know where their next meal is coming from? By teaming up with veteran documentary filmmakers, celebrity chefs, and poverty experts to give a voice to the 30% … Continue reading