Corgan is quietly redefining what it is to be a maturing rock star. He has the brand (Pumpkins) when he wants to fire up the stadium rock; he has a neighborhood teashop (Madame ZuZu’s) when he wants to indulge in noise experiments to 30 people.
Brad Paisley is taking control of the conversation about Brad Paisley with the release of his new album, “Moonshine in the Trunk.”
Two years ago, when The Cadillac Three were known as The Cadillac Black and the majority of the Joe’s Bar crowd that night were there to see a new country duo called Florida Georgia Line, life changed for drummer Neil Mason.
“I remember hanging out …
Five Seconds of Summer is having quite the season.
Dan Tepfer can lay down a captivating take on a standard and swing with the best of them.
The band is counting on live shows south of the border to win over America “one fan at a time.”
Death Row Records founder and rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight was injured in an early morning shooting Sunday in a packed nightclub but was expected to survive, a Los Angeles County sheriff’s sergeant said. Knight was one of three club patrons struck by gunfire around …
Even though he is an Academy Award winner and one of the most respected film actors of his generation, Jeff Bridges has kept things down to earth by making music.
The stars are aligning for ’60s-sounding trio Moonrise Nation, who headline Lincoln Hall Saturday night.
The Steans Program for Singers closed out its calendar Monday night at Ravinia’s Bennett Gordon Hall.
Coming in October, “1989” honors the year she was born and the sounds of the late ’80s.
Michael Cera released an indie folk album last week — quietly, in a way almost as unassuming as the actor himself. “I would record a lot of the songs in the middle of the night just at home. I never thought anyone would ever listen …
Mike Pender has never included Beatles songs in his show. For this weekend’s Fest for Beatles Fans, the Searchers singer and guitarist will make an exception. Pender is one of the musical headliners for the 38th annual Chicago fest along with Monkees drummer Mickey Dolenz, …
When the Grant Park Music Festival decided to celebrate its 80th anniversary this summer by commissioning a composer to write a work for the occasion, an obvious candidate quickly emerged: William Bolcom.
Eight years sober, the guitarist says his new “Space Invader” shows “that I am more focused these days.”
From growing up in Elmhurst to becoming one of the brightest stars in the grandiose rock opera tradition, Alexander Kariotis’ life is profiled on an album including collaborations with jazz purveyor David Sanborn and Run DMC’s Darryl McDaniels.