TheFIX caught up with Andrew Dost
to chat about his band's upcoming Australian tour. He filled us in on the story behind the band's name, their hit song getting covered on Glee
and what he wants to do when he's in Australia.
After two guitar strums, you know it’s coming. Gotye’s massive hit ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ is becoming that song that you’ve heard way too many times, and Gotye himself agrees.
Naya Rivera the actress behind mean cheerleader Santana is the latest Glee star to land her own record deal.
Are you ready for more Glee?
The world can rest easy knowing the feud between Kings of Leon and Glee creator Ryan Murphy is resolved.
Lady Gaga has upstaged every other artist on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards, arriving in an alien-like pod carried by scantily clad slaves.
Glee continues to muscle in and grab all the headlines with the release of their Michael Jackson/Yeah Yeah Yeahs mash-up appearing during the 'Superbowl'
Contrary to what Matthew Morrison has been telling everyone, his solo stuff does not sound like Justin Timberlake…unless he isn't talking about Britney's ex.
Glee continues to be the most popular bandwagon of all with Madonna incorporating the cast in her next world tour.
Fresh from collaborating with Lady Gaga, Elton John revealed he's recorded a duet with Glee star Mathew Morrison.
His album isn't even finished yet but Glee's favourite teacher Mr. Schue is already planning a solo world tour.
While half of the world's media seems like it is dedicated to predicting who will be on Glee next, don't expect to ever hear Gorillaz on the TV show.
Depending on how you look at it, Mathew Morrison (that's Mr. Schue to you and I) teaming up with Elton John is either the hippest move or the daggiest. Either way, it pretty much guarantees to sell squillons!
With the Glee season two premiere a week away (it airs on Network Ten on September 22), the first song off the episode has leaked and it's a biggun' - 'Empire State of Mind'.
Amy Winehouse could be the next big act to join Glee, if series star Mark Salling has his way.
Don’t expect to see Sue Sylvester crooning about her sex being on fire anytime soon after Kings of Leon said no to Glee featuring their music in an upcoming episode.
It's kinda surprising that the first solo album from a Glee cast member is coming from the school bully Puck played by Mark Salling and not Rachel, Mr. Schu or best of all Sue!