Hosted by Tom DeSavia, 'Gone in 30 Minutes' is a podcast and video series limited to a 25-minute remote interview, ending with a 5-minute Lightning Round of inventive questions.
The formidable Aussie rockers go in search of booze and rock'n'roll Valhalla in the riotous new semi-animated interview clip.
The band shared the original retro-styled, Anthony Mandler-directed video for 'Cool' in May 2019.
The new documentary has been directed by Estevan Oriol and is set for release on the streaming service on 10 April.
The latest episode in the series features interviews with Rita Marley, also known as Bob Marley’s wife and the matriarch of the Marley Family.
Guitar greats Hetfield and Hammett Metallica reflect on their first encounter with Mesa/Boogie's Mark I guitar amp.
In the first episode, ‘Freddie By His Friends’, the iconic Queen frontman's friends explain what being in his company was really like.
This unique YouTube series provides fans a refreshing and cinematic journey through the life, legacy and relevance Bob Marley still holds in this present day.
The global superstar plays drums, acoustic guitar and piano, as the episode sheds a light on his months-long recording process for his new album, ‘Changes’.
The first episode of Justin Bieber’s 10-part documentary ‘Seasons’ premiered today on Youtube that sees the pop star getting candid about his life.
The Grammy Award winning stage production is inspired by the poetry of the Beatles’ lyrics and brought to life by a cast of world-class aerialists, acrobats and dancers.
During the upcoming summer, the band are due to head out on a summer stadium tour across North America with Motley Crue, Poison and Joan Jett.
The singer said of her festive track,“It’s about how you’re in the city and you’re stressed out and your life is feeling really low, but in your heart is a Christmas tree...
The legendary rockers tell us more about their upcoming stadium trek with Mötley Crüe, Poison and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.
Drummer Hal Blaine, songwriter and producer Jerry Fuller, manager Stan Schneider and filmmaker Steven Auerbach pay tribute to Glen Campbell.
"[My brother and i] decided to make it about our relationship and how we help each other and like deal with things together," Eilish says.