Matthew Koma will open the Cherrytree Pop Alternative Tour, featuring headliners LMFAO and Far East Movement, when it heads to European theaters next month.
The Seaford singer-songwriter, who is wrapping up work on his major-label debut for Interscope Records, will be part of the Cherrytree Revue, a trio of up-and-coming artists from the Cherrytree/Interscope roster, along with Natalia Kills... » more
Adele's Grammy night is set to be even more special.
There is already plenty of talk that the British singer-songwriter is set to sweep the Grammys – where she has six nominations, including for album of the year, record of the year and song of the year. Now comes word that she will perform at the ceremony, her first appearance on stage since she underwent vocal cord surgery five months ago,... » more
Welcome to the jungle, baby. And by jungle, we mean Roseland Ballroom, Terminal 5 and The Ritz(!).
Guns N’ Roses announced today that they will invade Manhattan during Fashion Week. Axl Rose and the guys will play Roseland on Feb. 10, Terminal 5 on Feb. 12 and The Ritz (which is now Webster Hall) on Feb. 15.
Tickets go on sale at noon Wednesday at ticketmaster.com. Check out V.I.P. packages... » more
Bjork adds another unique venue to her list, playing the New York Hall of Science Friday.
Intro brings you the week’s hottest videos and shows every Monday. To catch up on all the Intros and watch classic Long Island music scene videos, check out Newsday Music’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/newsdaymusic.
BJORK, “Declare Independence.” At New York Hall... » more
Miranda Lambert, having conquered country music with her mix of sass and sweetness, is ready to expand her reach.
Even before she took the stage Saturday night at the Izod Center in New Jersey, Lambert made her plans known with a short video of powerful women ranging from Oprah to Reba, set to Beyonce's “Run the World (Girls),” a dance track about as far afield from Lambert's down-home country... » more
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s “Wrecking Ball” tour will touch down in the area for five shows starting April 3.
Tickets for the area shows – Izod Center (April 3 and 4), Madison Square Garden (April 6 and 9) and Prudential Center (May 2) – go on sale Friday.
According to a band statement, no replacement has been named for the late Clarence Clemons on saxophone. Clemons died... » more
Miranda Lambert is on fire. She takes over Izod Center in New Jersey on Saturday. Intro brings you the week’s hottest videos and shows every Monday. To catch up on all the Intros and watch classic Long Island music scene videos, check out Newsday Music’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/newsdaymusic.
MIRANDA LAMBERT, “Baggage Claim.” At Izod Center, Saturday.... » more
Kelly Clarkson really can sing almost anything well.
In the course of her 100-minute set last night at sold-out Radio City Music Hall, she tackled Broadway with Barbra Streisand's version of “My Man” from “Funny Girl,” country with her Grammy-nominated Jason Aldean duet “Don't You Wanna Stay,” indie pop with her take on Florence and The Machine's “Heavy in Your Arms,” as well as '60s R&B... » more
Bruce Springsteen unveiled his new single, the politically charged "We Take Care of Our Own" today, along with information on his new album, set to be called "Wrecking Ball" and released on March 6.
"Bruce has dug down as deep as he can to come up with this vision of modern life," says Springsteen's manager Jon Landau, who was also an executive producer on the... » more
Manhasset's LL Cool J has been named the Grammy Awards' first host in seven years.
“I'm thrilled to be part of music's biggest night,” said LL, a two-time Grammy winner in his own right. “I will always have fond memories of my first Grammy Awards and to now be hosting the Grammy show, in the company of so many other incredible artists, is a dream come true.”
Currently a star on CBS'... » more