Stephen Colbert must really like The Avett Brothers. Just two weeks after the band came to play a cover of the prayerful ballad “Give Me Love, Give Me Peace On Earth,” they returned to The Late Show to play the title track from their Grammy-nominated album True Sadness. Discuss

Rap duo Social Club Misfits were recently guests on the radio show Sway in the Morning to discuss their new album The Misadventures of Fern & Marty and the deeper purpose behind their music.

The show is one of the most influential radio shows in the hip-hop community—and pop culture in general—regularly drawing some of music and Hollywood's biggest names, and Marty and Fern took the opportunity to talk about their upbringings, church faith and the importance of the message of their music.

The segment is about 25 minutes long, but it’s definitely worth the watch.

(Just a heads up, the beginning show promo contains so bleeped out profanity from a previous guest.) Discuss

This week, we talk with The Brilliance about their brand new album "All Is Not Lost," speak with Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale about their new book "Jesus Among Secular Gods" and hear from two of the leaders of World Relief, the only Christian organization authorized by the State Department to resettle refugees. It’s a packed show! Also, the gang discusses the national bacon shortage, talks about Nic Cage’s surprise appearance at a Nic Cage movie marathon, learns about how one tweet led to thousands of school lunches getting paid for and a lot more. Read More

Disney has released the theme song to their upcoming live-action remake of the classic movie Beauty and the Beast. John Legend and Ariana Grande crush it with the vocals, but does anyone else think those drums sound like an old school preprogrammed Casio keyboard beat? Discuss

Paper Route made their national TV debut last night with a killer performance of “Balconies” from their new album Real Emotions.

You can check it out below.


A video of dancing Winnie the Pooh is the meme no one asked for, but we have all gotten anyways. A genius GIF creator took a brief clip from an old Youtube video, and mashed up it up to a random pop-song—and it works, every single time.

Twitter’s @WinnieDancing is the account we all need to follow.