Philip Trapp is a staff writer at Loudwire. He previously wrote for Alternative Press, HM Magazine, Music Times and others.
Hear What Scientists Discovered When They Translated a Spider Web Into Music
Ever wonder if spiders can make music? Well, it turns out that they can.
Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider Says ‘Cancel Culture’ is Just a New Form of Censorship
Twisted Sister's Dee Snider recently tackled the idea of "cancel culture" during a radio interview, with the current solo artist and author arguing that the modern type of ostracism is an evolved form of censorship.
Ted Nugent Says Donald Trump Came Up With the Title for His Next Album
It's no 'Penetrator,' but it works.
Willie Nelson Writes ‘Letters to America’ in the Country Legend’s Latest Book
Pre-orders are available now.
Will Concerts Return in Summer 2021? Live Nation’s President Seems To Think So
A vaccine could be live music's saving grace.
A Carrie Underwood Christmas TV Special Will Pair With Her Upcoming Holiday Album
While an exact premiere date has yet to emerge, HBO Max revealed last week (Sept. 24) that the program finds Underwood and a live orchestra and choir performing traditional Christmas favorites.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Had ‘Very Different Reactions’ to the Coronavirus
Tom Hanks has offered an inside look at the types of COVID-19 symptoms he and his wife, Rita Wilson, experienced around the time they each tested positive for the novel coronavirus in March.
President Trump Calls for Apology From NASCAR Driver Bubba Wallace for ‘Hoax’ Noose Incide…
In a July 6 tweet, the president claimed that the noose incident was a hoax, also alleging that NASCAR's recent banning of the Confederate flag at races had contributed to low television ratings.
Photos: Inside America’s First Socially-distanced Concert
What was promoted as America's first "socially distanced" concert went ahead on Monday (May 18) in Arkansas, and now there are photos to prove it.