How does Lzzy Hale deal with sexism in the music industry? Her secret: making her music the best it can. Although she states that she has dealt with sexism in the industry throughout her entire career, it has not stopped her from expressing herself, creating music to the best of her ability and taking the industry by storm. Continue reading “Halestorm Leading Lady Lzzy Hale Says Sexists in the Industry Don’t Get to Her”
Although Spotify and Apple Music seem to be the streaming services of choice and undoubtedly for good reason, Amazon Music has proven why they’re taking the industry by storm – by doing what their competitors can’t. Continue reading “Amazon Music in the Lead Against Top Streaming Services”
We looked, we listened, and now we’re listin’ the current hot hits and the most popular throwbacks right now. Check out our August picks playlist and tag us with #NotedMagAugustPicks!
Today, Melissa Etheridge debuted her new single, “Hold On, I’m Coming,” from her newly announced record, MEmphis Rock and Soul, which will be released October 7th. The cover of Sam & Dave and the track list of her new record were dropped today on Billboard. You can check out the new tune and track list here. Continue reading “Melissa Etheridge Issues Details About New Album”
Typically feisty and sassy in nature, Miranda Lambert’s new single about her recent divorce with ex-husband Blake Shelton, “Vice,” is the polar opposite. A bit melancholy and solemn, “Vice” is a traditional, heartbroken, genuine and feelings-fueled country ballad.
Well this certainly isn’t the newest viral video you’d expect to see on your newsfeed. At over half a million views, this new mashup video shows the band “singing” the Pokemon theme song to a crowd who simply can’t get enough of it.
It’s not real, but it’s still pretty entertaining. Check it out here. Continue reading “Metallica ‘Performs’ the “Pokemon Theme””
Although she is continuing her court battles against her alleged rapist in New York, Ke$ha has decided to drop the California lawsuit against Dr. Luke, according to Rolling Stone. It had been on hold since June of 2015 as the outcome of Dr. Luke’s New York lawsuit accusing Ke$ha of defamation was not yet determined. Continue reading “Ke$ha No Longer Pursuing California Lawsuit Against Dr. Luke”
Today, The Killers announced they will be reissuing their second album, Sam’s Town, for its 10-year anniversary. This time around, the LP will include two additional bonus tracks, “Peace of Mind” and “Pet Shop Boys Stars Are Blazing Mix.” Continue reading “The Killers To Re-release Sam’s Town & Host 10th Anniversary Party”
Just over two weeks ago, I had the
pleasure honor of attending Twenty One Pilots’ third Florida stop of the Emotional Roadshow Tour in St. Augustine. It’s truly difficult to summarize the whole experience, so I asked a few show attendees what they thought. Continue reading “Twenty One Pilots’ Emotional Roadshow Tour: St. Augustine, FL”
Saying the band of four has called it quits sounds a bit negative, especially since Yellowcard has been a band close to twenty years now. Nonetheless, they have announced a final farewell tour and last, self-titled album. Continue reading “Yellowcard Call It Quits”