We're not promoting free music: U2 band
We're not promoting free music: U2 band


Los Angeles: U2 frontman Bono says though the band's new album is available for free download, he and his bandmates are against free music.

One Direction sets new Guiness World Record
One Direction sets new Guiness World Record


Los Angeles: One Direction has earned a spot in the Guinness World Records 2015 book after their first three albums debut at number one on the standard-bearing American chart.

'The Beatles' credited for influencing men's fashion this century
'The Beatles' credited for influencing men's fashion this century


New York: Gene Simmons recently revealed that 'The Beatles' style statement has been a huge impact on men's fashion in the past century, while he appeared on the Fashion Rocks at the Barclays Center.

Indian Idol Academy to be set up in 50 cities

To groom young music talent under the tutelage of renowned singers like Kavitha Krishnamurthy and Hariharan, the Indian Idol Academy is opening up music learning centres in 50 cities.

Kings of Leon cancel two more concerts
Kings of Leon cancel two more concerts

Kings of Leon have canceled two more concerts as drummer Nathan Followill continues to recover from injuries sustained during a bus accident.

Neil Young, Willie Nelson to headline Nebraska farm concert

Singers Neil Young and Willie Nelson are headlining a concert to raise money for groups opposing the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline.

Rapper TI confirms Pharrell Williams for next single

Rapper TI has revealed that `Paperwork` will be his next single from his new album Paperwork: The Motion Picture, featuring Pharrell Williams.

Jessie J wants to collaborate with Lady Gaga

`Domino` hitmaker Jessie J admires singer Lady Gaga and wants to work with her.

`Take That` to record movie soundtrack?

Pop group `Take That` will reportedly make their return on a movie soundtrack.

`The Civil Wars` split up

`The Civil Wars`, musical duo composed of singer-songwriters Joy Williams and John Paul White, have split up permanently.

Beyonce, Jay Z `staying in separate hotels during `On The Run` world tour

Beyonce and her husband Jay Z have been staying in different hotels during their ` On The Run` world tour, which has fuelled rumours that they heading for a split.

`One Direction` to release second concert film

Boyband `One Direction` are releasing their second concert film this autumn. The `Story of My Life` hitmakers recently wrapped up the European leg of their `Where We Are` tour, and for one weekend only fans around the world will be able to see the full concert on the big screen, reportedly.

U2 to release new album later this year?

Rock band U2 are expected to release their first album in five years this November.

`One Direction` attend Tomlinson`s mum`s wedding

Boyband One Direction took some time out of their `Where We Are` tour to celebrate band member Louis Tomlinson`s mum`s wedding.

Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 to perform at music festival

Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 and Kylie Minogue are among the stars who will perform at an upcoming music festival in London.

Enrique Iglesias, Romeo Santos dominate Univision awards

Latin sensation Enrique Iglesias and Romeo Santos dominated the Univision Network`s Premios Juventud Awards in Miami, Florida, winning five trophies each.

Mumford and Sons start work on third album

Boyband Mumford and Sons have started recording their third album, the follow-up to acclaimed second LP `Babel`.

Belle & Sebastian to perform at `God Help The Girl` premiere

Pop band Belle & Sebastian will perform live at the premiere of Sundance Award-winning musical film `God Help The Girl`.

Pharrell Williams praises Ed Sheeran

`Happy` singer Pharrell Williams has spoken out in praise of fellow singer Ed Sheeran.

Cochin Music Challengers to perform tomorrow

Cochin Music Challengers, the celebrity cricket team of prominent playback singers of the Malayalam film industry, will try to bowl the inmates of the Government hospital here tomorrow not through their cricketing feat, but by music.