• Prince SNL ThirdEyeGirl Clouds Mars SNL Video

    Prince and 3rdEyeGirl Ascend to 'Marz,' 'Clouds' During Extended 'SNL' Performance

    Considering how quickly most Prince live footage is wiped from the Internet by his crack team of lawyers, the good folks at 30 Rockefeller did us all a pretty solid favor by enlisting the Purple One for the most recent episode of the 40th season of Saturday Night Live. Though he hadn't appeared on the famously mercurial stage since 2006, he and his most recent band, 3rdEyeGirl seemed pretty at home as they stopped the whole Chris Rock-hosted show for an eight-minute-plus jam. The band offered soaring takes on Art Official Age's "Clouds" as well as "Marz" and a new track called "Another Love."Throughout the set Mr. Paisley Park was sure to keep his third eye covered with an omnipresent pair of modified sunglasses, and on the whole it was just a reminder that when Prince makes it to TV you need to pay attention.

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    Foo Fighters Dressed as KISS and Covered Black Sabbath's 'War Pigs' for Halloween

    For the episode of Sonic Highways that culminated in the recording of "Congregation," Foo Fighters went south to Nashville, Tennessee. And like the last few weeks, the band celebrated the episode with a small show in that city. Considering that this week's episode aired on Halloween, as Consequence of Sound points out, Dave Grohl and company put together something extra special in the form of a series of covers.The 26-song set went through versions of Black Sabbath's "War Pigs," David Bowie and Queen's "Under Pressure," and Cheap Trick's "Stiff Competition" all while completely decked out in KISS' iconic makeup. You can catch an Instagram shot of Grohl's makeup below as well as videos of the set both above and below, including the live debut of "Congregation." A photo posted by Bonnie Hannah (@bjhinbna) on Oct 10, 2014 at 9:59pm PDT

  • Nick Oliveri Queens of the Stone Age Halloween Concert Video

    Queens of the Stone Age Reunited With Nick Oliveri at Halloween Show

    Queens of the Stone Age's special Halloween show went down last night in Los Angeles, and in addition to an opening set from the Kills, a costume contest, and a haunted house, the set featured the return of former bassist Nick Oliveri. As promised, Oliveri came out during the encore of the band's final ...Like Clockwork show for a brief set of gems that included "You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire," "Another Love Song," and "Auto Pilot." You can catch video of his appearance both above and below via Consequence of Sound, as well as a clip of the band performing "Keep Your Eyes Peeled" with Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters.

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    Anderson Cooper Pokes Fun at Billy Corgan's 'PAWS Chicago' Magazine Cover

    Between his eight-hour drone pieces, tea criticism videos, and recording with Motley Crüe's Tommy Lee, it's become clear that Billy Corgan does pretty much whatever he wants. That sort of attitude will occasionally rub folks the wrong way, and the latest of those to take objection to the Smashing Pumpkins frontman's attitude is none other than CNN's Anderson Cooper.

  • Run the Jewels Early Letterman Performance Video

    Run the Jewels Made 'Early' Spooky For a Halloween 'Letterman' Performance

    Capping off a surreal release week for their outstanding sophomore release Run the Jewels 2, Killer Mike and El-P made their network television debut on The Late Show With David Letterman on Friday night. Though Mike will be familiar to television audiences for his recent turns as a cable news talking head, the Letterman appearance functioned as something of a coming out party for the firebrand rap duo as they brought Halloween-themed flair to their stage show, courtesy a trio of spookily made-up backing vocalists. Beyoncé collaborator Boots also showed to reprise his guest turn on the track, making for a pretty special late-night TV performance. You can watch the whole thing above. For more, check out SPIN's recent Q&A with the duo.

  • Temple of the Dog Reunion Bridge School Benefit Video Hunger Strike

    Temple of the Dog Reunites for Stripped-Down 'Hunger Strike' at Bridge School Benefit

    Over the course of the two-plus decades since they first collaborated as Temple of the Dog, Pearl Jam and Chris Cornell have on rare occasions found the time to get back together and revisit some of the material from that classic collaboration. This year's iteration of Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit featured appearances from both Soundgarden and Pearl Jam so the time seemed right for this to happen again. Lo and behold, during the latter band's set, Chris Cornell strolled onstage for a stripped down rendition of the Temple of the Dog classic "Hunger Strike." Consequence of Sound points out that it was only their fourth performance together since 1991 and their first since Pearl Jam's 20th anniversary in 2012. You can catch fan-shot footage of the moment above.

  • Iggy Azalea Snl Black Widow Fancy Rita Ora Mø

    Watch Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' 'Saturday Night Live' Performance

    Less than a month before the release of the deluxe reissue of her 2014 album The New Classic, Iggy Azalea swung through 30 Rockefeller Center to guest on this week's episode of Saturday Night Live. Rather than a straight run through of her inescapable hit "Fancy" Azalea opted to perform it as a medley with "Black Widow" for which her collaborator Rita Ora was on hand. Fog machines and chain link fences made the performance more ornate than your typical SNL appearance, but her second trip to the stage was even better, performing her recent single "Beg For It" with Danish pop star MØ in tow. You can catch the first performance above, and the second below, alongside a skit in which Azalea and host Jim Carrey take part in an office costume party. Reclassified, Azalea's reissue, will come to stores on November 24.

  • Drake 6 God How Bout Now Heat of the Moment Stream

    Drake Preempts Hackers by Dropping Three Unreleased Tracks

    Though his next full-length album Views From the 6 remains looming in the distance without a release date, Drake took to Soundcloud on Saturday night to provide a bit of an appetizer. After teasing that fans should "keep an eye on ovosound.com" he dropped three new tracks "6 God," "How Bout Now," and "Heat of the Moment" out of nowhere. However, a follow up tweet suggests that Drizzy may have turned these songs out with a purpose. He says that it's not an EP, but that it was "just 3 songs that [he] knew some hackers had."Rather than let these songs slip out through unofficial channels, he decided to preempt it and release another strong set of inwardly focused but outwardly boisterous rap tracks.

  • Jeff Tweedy Wilco Uncle Tupelo Austin City Limits Video

    Jeff Tweedy's Family Band Broke Out Wilco Favorites for Austin City Limits Set

    TV's long-running live music institution Austin City Limits continued its 40th season Saturday night with a performance from Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer's new band Tweedy. But rather than just run through their latest album Sukirae, they decided to toss in a handful of tracks that paid tribute to the whole run of Tweedy's musical career. Including deeper cuts like Uncle Tupelo's "Give Back the Key to My Heart" and Wilco favorites like "Jesus, Etc.," "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart," and "California Stars," the two Tweedys (along with members of Lucius) managed to offer up something pretty special. You can watch the full stream below, which also includes spirited performances of Sukirae highlights "High as Hello" and "Low Key."

  • Pharrell Ariana Grande Grammys Christmas Special

    Pharrell and Ariana Grande Will Headline the Grammys' First Christmas Special

    Since 2008, the Grammy Awards have announced their nominees during a special Grammy Nominations Concert, but after recent ratings slip they've decided its time for a change. In December, the Grammys will put on their first ever A Very Christmas Special, wherein they'll announce their five Album of the Year Grammy nominations. For an added bonus, the show will feature live performances from Pharrell Williams and Ariana Grande (who are each coming off of inescapable 2014 releases) as well as Maroon 5 and Tim McGraw.The rest of the categories' nominees will be announced at a ceremony earlier in the day, but the primetime announcement will be held for the end of the Christmas special. The concert will be filmed on November 18th at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium and will eventually air December 5 at 9 p.m. on CBS.

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