Apple Music’s ‘Best Seat In The House’ livestream series provides a front-row seat to 20 iconic past concert performances by some of music’s biggest artists.
A natural progression from their debut album, ‘Out Of Exile’ proved that Audioslave were committed to evolving rock music right up until the very end.
When singer Chris Cornell died, the rock world lost not only a charismatic frontman, but also one of its most transcendent voices.
This year's event was due to host stars including Sam Fender, Rage Against The Machine, Liam Gallagher and Dermot Kennedy.
The YouTube Originals documentary chronicles the iconic California festival and its legendary performances.
Other big names on the bill include Run The Jewels, Rick Astley and The Stone Roses' Ian Brown.
Stormzy, Liam Gallagher and Rage Against The Machine have also been confirmed as this year's headlining acts.
A fully fledged 21st Century supergroup, star-studded Los Angeles-based quartet Audioslave rose from the ashes of two of the 90s’ most successful alt.rock outfits.
Thom Yorke, Calvin Harris, Run the Jewels and many more are also tapped for annual California festival.
Whether released for good cheer or charity, the most unforgettable Christmas Number Ones have more than made their mark in history.
The band say the new track “reflects the ongoing gun violence happening in America.”
The dramatic new clip was helmed by French director Thibaut Duverneix (Elton John, Tierra Whack).
Co-frontman Chuck D says: “As with many songs, this was formed out of a conversation amongst ourselves about the level of passion fuel it takes to create."
The show at London's O2 on 11 June celebrates the singer-songwriter's acclaimed debut album 'Let Love Rule' turning 30.
The song also features on the rap-rock supergroup's much-acclaimed self-titled debut album.