The boy band’s second studio outing demonstrates the power of exploring new genres.
The K-pop stars lean on the hybrid style of electropop, R&B, and hip-hop that made them popular in the first place.
The “once-in-a-lifetime one-night only performance” will take place on September 18th.
Madonna, Morrissey, Blondie, and “Weird Al” all hit the road on tour this summer.
From boy bands to alternative rock and ska, the ’90s still has something for everyone.
“BTS WORLD TOUR LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF” spans 10 dates, kicking off in May with shows in Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago.
The 14-member outfit brings new levels of DIY influence, diversity, and inclusivity to hip-hop.
A promising debut from an artist still trying to find his rock star footing.
Lineup also features The Wallflowers’ Jakob Dylan, E Street Band keyboardist Roy Bittan, and Goldfrapp’s Davide Rossi.