We love album covers. Sometimes, the piece of artwork can completely change the listening experience of a record.
Travelers who were shipping up to (and out of) Boston's Logan Airport last night were treated to a surprise performance by hometown heroes the Dropkick Murphys.
Super Bowl XLIX will determine which city has the better football team, so we take a shot at deciding which one has the more influential music scene.
The Dropkick Murphys are far from the first band to have a dust up with a politician. Here are some other famous feuds.
With is public disdain for unions, it was a bit of a shock when Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker walked out to a Dropkick Murphys tune at a recent convention.
It's the secret dream of everyone who ever picked up a guitar and poured his or her heart into music: to one day appear on a baseball card.
Some distressing news out of the Dropkick Murphys camp came last night (Nov. 16) as Austin TV station KXAN reported a deadly accident involving the band’s tour bus.
As the Dropkick Murphys tour in support of their eighth studio album, 'Signed and Sealed in Blood,' percussionist Matt Kelly spoke with Diffuser.fm about the April Boston Marathon attack, playing with the Boss and not-getting recognized.