The rock legend hasn't performed for a live audience since the pandemic.
The band members asked that Spotify remove their music in February following Neil Young's protest of podcaster Joe Rogan.
Spotify announced it will add content advisories to any podcast episodes that mention COVID-19 in response to Joe Rogan’s misinformation controversy.
The rock icon explains why he won't "lick their boots."
The rock legend delivers some advice for employees as the company doubles down on defending podcaster Joe Rogan.
Daniel Ek confessed that achieving the streaming service's ambitions means having content "that many of us may not be proud to be associated with."
Dwayne Johnson called Rogan’s video in response to his Spotify controversy “great stuff.”
The bandmates say they'll cut ties with the streaming platform: "Spreading disinformation during this global pandemic has deadly consequences.”
Nash said "the opinions publicized by Rogan are so dishonest and unsupported by solid facts that Spotify becomes an enabler in a way that costs people their lives.”
The controversial podcaster says he wants to "find a better point of view," but also defended his guests.