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100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 10

We have officially reached the finish line of our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! With the new year in full swing, we hope that idobi Radio has exposed you to some of the most exciting, rising artists across a multitude of genres through this series. Who knows? Maybe we’ll even expand it further next year *wink wink.* One thing is for sure: we will absolutely continue to bring you the best new music from your next favorite artists. Thank you for joining idobi Radio in showcasing 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In… Read more »


Dolly Parton and Måneskin Collab On “Jolene” For ‘Rockstar’ Bonus Track

As if Dolly Parton launching a 30-track rock album on November 17 wasn’t exciting enough, the artist recently released even more bonus tracks. Parton teamed up with Italy’s own Måneskin for a reimagining of the iconic “Jolene.” On November 19, Parton took to Instagram to post a behind-the-scenes video of the new rock version of “Jolene.” On top of working with one of music’s most legendary stars, Måneskin also shared a new music video during the holiday week for “TRASTEVERE” on November 23. The track comes from their extended album RUSH! (ARE U COMING?) and serves as the final music… Read more »


Hayley Williams Interviewed Dolly Parton For A Magazine Cover Story

Today marked a stunning Monday for pop-punk and country fans alike. For a Consequence Of Sound cover story, Paramore‘s Hayley Williams sat down with legend Dolly Parton ahead of her forthcoming album Rockstar. The “Jolene” singer is switching things up and heading for the electric guitar-laden sounds of authentic rock ‘n’ roll. Across 30 tracks, Parton is collaborating with myriad artists on cover tracks, including “I Hate Myself for Loving You” featuring Joan Jett And The Blackhearts and “Let It Be” featuring Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr with special guests Peter Frampton and Mick Fleetwood. Beyond these collabs, Parton released… Read more »


Fall Out Boy Honors Sinéad O’Connor On Live Cover

Throughout their So Much For (Tour) Dust setlists, Fall Out Boy have incorporated a handful of cleverly crafted cover songs to inject the crowd with an extra dose of energy and enthusiasm. However, yesterday evening, July 26, the group’s frontman Patrick Stump took the opportunity to pay tribute to honor Sinéad O’Connor following the news of her passing earlier in the day. Across the tour’s 24 dates that have already passed, the four-piece unit has made Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” and Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train” covers a staple of their setlists. However, last night Stump tackled the 90s ballad, “Nothing… Read more »


Greta Van Fleet Announce Massive World Tour

Today Greta Van Fleet have announced a world tour kicking off this May and running through September 2024 to support new music. Earlier this month, the band announced their highly-anticipated new album, Starcatcher, and dropped the lead single “Meeting The Master“. The new album is set to release July 21st via Lava/Republic/EMI. The album was recorded in Nashville by the band and Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb (Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell) over sessions that guitarist Jake Kiszka described in a statement as “very instinctual.” You can pre-order the new album here. Just days after the album drops, the North American leg… Read more »


News Flashes 12.13.22: Timm Commerford Cancer Diagnosis, Miley Cyrus’ NYE Bash, and Steve Aoki Goes to Space

Today we talk about Tim Commerford’s cancer diagnosis, Miley Cyrus’ NYE party, and Steve Aoki going to space. — Tim Commerford Diagnosed with Cancer Tim Commerford, bassist for Rage Against the Machine, told SPIN magazine that he has prostate cancer. He went on to say his prostate has been removed, but he almost wasn’t well enough to go on tour with his band. In the interview he said, “The glass is half-full. That’s the beauty of songwriting and bass playing. When my mom was sick, that’s when I learned how to play bass. When I was on stage with Rage,… Read more »

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