Smash Mouth Perform On CBS Early Show

Smash Mouth 'Get The Picture'

Smash Mouth performed their newest single, ‘You’re My Number One,’ co-written by Neil Diamond, to help ‘Save The Music’ on the CBS Early Show on Wednesday (June 11). Smash Mouth will be releasing a new album, ‘Get the Picture,’ on August 5th. Watch the performance here.

Vendetta Red ‘Shatterday’ Video

The first video from Seattle band Vendetta Red is out. Look for their new CD ‘Between The Never And The Now’ in stores June 24th. Watch the ‘Shatterday’ video below.

NPR Interviews Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page

Jimmy Page, guitarist for Led Zeppelin, chatted with NPR to promote the band’s new album and DVD. Page talked about his early session work, the skills of late drummer John Bonham, his thoughts on the ‘heavy metal’ tag the band was the first to receive, and more. Listen to the 21 minute interview, which includes clips of the group’s classic tracks, here.

The ‘Unhip’ Matchbox Twenty

Matchbox Twenty was on the Today Show on Friday as part of their Summer Concert Series. The group performed ‘Unwell’, ‘Bent’, and ‘Bright Lights’, and viewers also got a chance to go backstage with the group. Watch video clips of the performances and interview here.

The White Stripes On Radio 1

Jack and Meg White of the White Stripes stopped by Radio 1 to talk with Jo Whiley about their new album 'Elephant.' Jack talked about appearing on the MTV Movie Awards, trying to pick and choose when to appear on television, and while they have a manager, everything they do has to go threw the pair. Jack says he's anxious to get back out on the road, having taken so much time off. Listen to the 21 minute interview here.

Taproot ‘Mine’ Video

Taproot 'Mine' music video
Taproot's brand new video for their track 'Mine' has been made available online. The song is the second single off of their album 'Welcome.' Watch it below.


System Of A Down ‘Boom’ Video

Check out the explicit version System of a Down's new video for "Boom!", directed by Michael Moore and featuring footage of the February 15th War protests in Los Angeles and more than 40 other cities around the world. Watch it below.


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