Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie Says ‘Victorious’ Launched a Non-Stop PartyWhat sparked a song like "Victorious" with its upbeat underdog-to-winner-the-world-is-one-big-party message?
Billy Gibbons on His Solo Album: 'Some Will Find it Disgusting'Billy Gibbons expects a wide array of opinions from ZZ Top's fans on his solo debut. And he's OK with that.
Charles Kelley Talks Lady Antebellum Break, Solo Project"On my own, I could never get to where Lady Antebellum is. That’s not the goal of this."
Chris Janson on 'Buy Me a Boat,' Tim McGraw and His Guns N Roses ConnectionHe also tells us why he loves hip-hop classics by Drake and Rick Ross.
Chris Young on 'I'm Comin' Over': 'I Don't Know If It Is a Breakup Song'As the song says, "To hell with the closure, save it for another time."
Alessia Cara: 'I Think 'Weird' Is Accepted Now'Cara's breakout hit is "Here," a song about wanting to leave a party.
Alessia Cara Talks Performing 'Here' With Taylor Swift: 'That Was Amazing'A few weeks ago, Alessia Cara played to the biggest crowd of her career when she joined Taylor Swift on stage for "Here." So: is she a member of the #squad?
Beastie Boy Mike D Discusses Meek Mill/Drake Beef on 'I Am Rapaport' Podcast"He hit hard, and he didn't tread lightly," Mike D said, quoting Drake's "Back to Back" lyrics: "Is this a world tour, or is this your girl's tour?"
Billy Gibbons Looks Ahead to ZZ Top, Moving Sidewalks ProjectsGibbons confirms that the Moving Sidewalks have been in the studio, and that an album is forthcoming. "I bet that that will probably see the light of day sooner than later."
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell Return for Another Round with 'So Familiar'The unlikely partnership has proven to be incredibly prolific.
That Time U2 Opened for a Wet T-Shirt ContestThey also talked about the time The Edge dressed up as The Edge for Halloween. It was that kind of interview.
Jana Kramer on Turning '31,' 'Bro-Country' and Leaving Acting Behind"There’s so many amazing women right now in country radio, and there’s some great songs by women in radio. So I think that tide is turning."