San Francisco’s Outside Lands music festival has announced its 2015 lineup. Elton John, Mumford & Sons, the Black Keys and Kendrick Lamar top this year’s bill.
Mumford And Sons
Even more so than usual, this week's installment of Mandatory Music is brought to you by the letter M.
Just a week ago, Mumford and Sons announced they will return with their third full-length, Wilder Mind, later this year, promising a new, bigger, plugged-in sound.
Mumford & Sons are following in some very big footsteps with their move from acoustic to electric. Here are four legends who came before them.
Just a few days ago, Mumford and Sons delighted fans with the announcement of their forthcoming third album, Wilder Mind.
While you never can tell when another blizzard (or overhyped flurries) will add another day to winter, the record release calendar is just starting to heat up.
Late last week, Mumford and Sons teased their fans with big news, and today (March 2), they've followed through on their promise.
While performing at Gloucester Guildhall, King Charles ushered a very special guest onto the stage.
Mumford and Sons, Billy Joel, Kendrick Lamar and Deadmau5 will headline the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, this summer.
The New Basement Tapes — a supergroup featuring rock icon Elvis Costello, Jim James of My Morning Jacket and Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Sons — performed together in public for the first time last night on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.'