Blake Shelton ‘Healing In The Heartland’ Benefit To Feature Usher, Ryan Tedder, Miranda Lambert & More
Two more headline artists have been added to Blake Shelton’s star-studded Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert on May 29: Blake’s fellow ‘Voice’ coach Usher and country star Darius Rucker.
The wait is almost over to hear new music from Gavin DeGraw.
With a little help from Swedish DJ Alesso, the first single off their latest album, Native, turns into a party jam for the ages.
Katharine McPhee is heading back into the studio to record and she’s teaming up with a few high profile songwriters.
OneRepublic’s new album, Native, is a hit with the general public so far–landing in the top 5 on this week’s Billboard 200 chart–but the band was actually going for a very specific demographic with this record.
With OneRepublic’s new album, Native (out today), leader Ryan Tedder wanted to show a more personal side of the band.
Last year, OneRepublic were given the biggest challenge of their careers.
OneRepublic is a band of five completely different guys, who somehow manage to get along.
Quincy Jones is making learning the piano easy with a new app. The legendary producer told Billboard that a new application he co-created called Playground Sessions will help teach music education to children and adults of all ages.
OneRepublic are back and tearing it up with their single “If I Lose Myself.”