Beth Garrabrant When Taylor Swift released her “anthology” version of The Tortured Poets Department, some fans complained that 31 tracks was just too long for an album. But one rock star who’s famous for his own extremely long albums is coming to Taylor’s defense. In an interview with The IrishRead More →

Alan Snodgrass The Offspring has shared official video of their collaboration with Ed Sheeran at the BottleRock Napa Valley festival. The clip features the “Self Esteem” rockers introducing the “Shape of You” star to the stage as a “young, up-and-comer kid.” You can watch the performance, which features Sheeran rockingRead More →

Disney/Chris Willard Billie Eilish is clarifying comments she made in a Billboard interview about sustainability in the music industry. In the interview, Billie said, “We live in this day and age where, for some reason, it’s very important to some artists to make all sorts of different vinyl and packaging… whichRead More →

Disney/Chris Willard When Billie Eilish‘s most recent album, Happier Than Ever, came out, she offered it in eight different vinyl versions, but all the vinyl was recycled, and the shrink wrap was made from sugarcane. That’s why Billie, who’s all about sustainability, has a problem with artists who go crazyRead More →

Rob Verhorst/Redferns The late Sinéad O’Connor‘s daughter Roísín Waters covered “Nothing Compares 2 U” in honor of her mother during a tribute concert in New York City on Wednesday, March 20. The Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer, who also performed at the show, shared video of Waters’ performance in anRead More →

Stefanie Keenan/VF24/WireImage for Vanity Fair On Oscar night, Billie Eilish got something even more unique than a golden statuette. At the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Flava Flav from Public Enemy presented Billie with a bejeweled clock pendant, just like the one he wore forRead More →

Disney/Frank Micelotta At the Oscars on March 10, Ryan Gosling‘s performance of “I’m Just Ken” might have stolen the show, but it wasn’t the Barbie tune that won the Best Original Song Oscar. The trophy went to “What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish and her brother FINNEAS, whoRead More →

Disney/Scott Kirkland The Oscars saved the best for last when it came to performances of the Best Original Song nominees. Best Supporting Actor nominee Ryan Gosling, wearing a pink sparkly suit, took the stage to perform a show-stopping rendition of the show-stopping number from Barbie, “I’m Just Ken.”  Joining himRead More →