Lollapalooza announced its full 2017 lineup featuring Muse, The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Arcade Fire, and more!
Shaky Knees has announced it's impressive slate of Late Night Shows that will serve to allow music lovers to keep the festival spirit even after they leave the festival grounds.
Check out Sarah and the Safe Word's brand new song and video in tow for their upcoming album, STRANGE DOINGS IN THE NIGHT.
South by Southwest is still a great place to find fantastic art, music, and technological innovation.
Rock 'N Roll legend and pioneer, Chuck Berry (90), passed away yesterday.
Fool's Paradise schedule is up for you fool's to plan your weekend getaway in St. Augustine, Florida!
Donald Trump's recent Federal Budget proposal aims to cut funds to a plethora of agencies in the "discretionary budget."
Randy Carmichael's "Culture Wars" article for NPR delves into the history of worldwide success and local mistreatment in Atlanta's hip-hop history.
Moogfest releases more info on its 2017 lineup including an A/V presentation by Michael Stipe.
Nuçi's Space is an Athens, GA based clinic/practice space that offers a unique opportunity for musicians suffering from various mental disorders.
The Griswolds bassist, Tim John, makes a huge annoucement for the end of their current tour.
Moog works with Georgia Tech to find instruments of the future.
Beyonce drops out of Coachella for 2017 but is already confirmed for next year.
RTJ made office life a little bit better for everyone at NPR earlier this week.
Businesses are quick to respond to new White House immigration policies.
Butch Trucks of the Allman Brothers Band commits suicide at 69-years-old.
Check out some of the music inauguration events planned in the fifth district on the day the 45th president is sworn into office.
Learn more about the proposed legislation to require special permits for music studios in Atlanta.
Shooting at the BPM Music Festival in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico kills five and injures up to fifteen.
As the year comes to a close, many different Atlanta clubs have had run-ins with city officials. Bullet Music takes a closer look at what's going on.