Bruce Springsteen has New Zealand psyched as he covers Royals
The Boss didn’t just play the teen’s GRAMMY-award winning track, he opened his second-ever gig in New Zealand with it. Because Lorde may be Queen Bee, but Bruce will always be The Boss.
The cover works so well it sounds like it was tailor-made for the show.
On the release day of his debut album ‘Blue Fin’, Lo-Fang played a small club beneath the the Tribeca Grand Hotel, pushing out his foggy R&B to a small crowd. The show was all his own.
On his Lorde-approved debut, Matthew Hemerlein attempts to balance the feminine and masculine elements of music, and maybe just bring to light the misogynistic undertones of the movie, ‘Grease.’
Last month, Lorde teased that she’d be teaming up with Disclosure at the 2014 Brit Awards. And last night (Feb. 19), fans finally got to see the end result.
The 17-year-old superstar will play an extended set on the main stage Saturday, May 17 at Pimlico Race Course for the 139th renewal of the Preakness Stakes.
Lorde has earned love and support from America, but her heart will always belong to New Zealand. And her motherland returned the favor, by having her back when the Lorde birthers come out swinging.
Who will walk away with GRAMMY gold at the 56th Annual awards? We rank the top 20 nominees.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.