From deep funk cuts to snazzy jazz numbers, the best Thanksgiving songs focus on food and gratitude for the holidays.
With ‘Love Angel Music Baby’, Gwen Stefani eschewed the usual confessional singer-songwriter solo statement and doubled down on unabashed pop.
On her Grammy-winning album, ‘How Glad I Am,’ Nancy Wilson established herself as a singular storyteller able to switch effortlessly between pop, jazz and R&B
The intimate, behind-the-scenes video was filmed during various recording sessions Gwen Stefani and Ryan Tedder had for the song.
“Just like the album, I hope this special will help bring some much-needed joy and become part of the soundtrack to people’s holiday festivities this year as it streams throughout the season...
“We all grow up watching the world’s biggest acts playing the Super Bowl, and one can only dream of being in that position.”
After leaving the RHCP, John Frusciante used the intimacy of home recordings to explore his psyche on his album 'Niandra Lades And Usually Just A T-Shirt'.
The 6-song release includes hits and fan favorites from the last several years and celebrates the spirit of the pop singer-songwriter empowering her fans to get out the vote.
“The dream of this song lit the way through many dark days, hope it does the same for you cuz that’s who we made it for.”
The biggest moment of the awards was the ‘Ladies First’ cypher, featuring Teyana Taylor, H.E.R., Erykah Badu, and Brandy rapping over the beat for Brandy’s hit “I Wanna Be Down.”
On her new single, the singer-songwriter grows weary of her longtime muse, Los Angeles, signaling a new era for Lana Del Rey.
Other special guests joining the event include Marty Stuart, The Beach Boy’s Mike Love, and Priscilla Presley, among others.
Tragic Kingdom may have been shadowed by breakups and loss, but No Doubt channelled their emotions into genre-busting pop anthems that the world adored.
In support of the album, John and TJ will perform a special concert experience tonight featuring a one-of-a-kind LED stage.
Jeff Tweedy, Rufus Wainwright, Kevin Parker, Noel Gallagher, Willie Nelson, Lenny Kravitz, Pete Yorn and more celebrate John Lennon’s 80th birthday by covering his iconic catalog.