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  • John Legend Celebrates All Women in Moving 'You & I' Video

    Dove executives probably wish their commercials were this touching.

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  • Party! 'Drag Race' Alum Adore Delano Performs for Yahoo

    Adore recently visited Yahoo Music for an acoustic performance (something other singing 'RuPaul's Drag Race' alums, other than maybe Courtney Act and Jinkx Monsoon, could never pull off), followed by one of the funniest, fiercest interviews in Reality Rocks history

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  • KISS’s Paul Stanley Opens Up About Overcoming Partial Deafness, Prepares for 40-Year Celebration

    Dealing with the TV and film dalliances of Gene Simmons, the multiple fragmentation of the original KISS lineup, and conflicts with everyone from former managers to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is nothing compared to the traumas and trials Paul Stanley faced in childhood — the most daunting of which was growing up [...]

  • Garth Brooks Promises New Music, Digital Releases, World Tour

    Country superstar Garth Brooks, historically one of digital music's most stalwart holdouts, startled fans on Thursday during a Nashville press conference in which he announced he would finally be offering his music digitally.

  • Chart Watch: 'Beachin'' Over the 4th

    Jake Owen's mellow summer hit “Beachin'” jumps from #30 to #27 in its 15th week on the Hot 100. The song moves up to #1 on Hot Country Songs, displacing “Somethin' Bad,” Miranda Lambert'sduet with Carrie Underwood.  It’s Owen’s third #1 country hit. Kenny Chesney lands his 13th top 30 hit as “American Kids” leaps from #43 to #28 in its third week on the Hot 100.

  • Chart Watch: Six in a Row for Maroon 5

    Maroon 5's “Maps” jumps from #13 to #9 in its third week on the Hot 100. It's the group's ninth top 10 hit; its sixth in a row

  • Rixton Find Themselves on a Rocketship Ride

    British band Rixton have had whirlwind year, selling out several dates on their upcoming U.S. tour, making major television appearances on The Voice and Ellen, and joining forces with Scooter Braun, the manager behind such major acts as Justin Bieber and Korean superstar PSY. The fourpiece – which includes frontman Jake Roche, guitarist Charley Bagnall, bassist/keyboardist Danny Wilkin and drummer Lewi Morgan – admit they’re amazed at how fast everything is happening. After posting a few videos of themselves covering songs by the likes of Taylor Swift and Drake, they attracted attention for their unique take on the hit tunes and their obvious skill as a band.

  • 311: Live and Loving It

    Although the veteran rap-rock outfit may be best known for its run of Modern Rock hits in the ’90s, with tracks such as “Down,” “All Mixed Up,” and “Come Original,” don’t get 311 confused with some touring nostalgia act.

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  • See It First! Bahamas Premieres 'Stronger Than That'

    Canadian musician Bahamas has a new album on tap, Bahamas Is Afie, set for release August 19. The set marks his first self-produced effort, and expands on his previous more sparsely arranged work by adding lush touches such as trings, brass, winds, orchestral percussion, and chamber choruses. Yahoo Music is excited to premiere the video for the first single, "Stronger Than That."

  • See It First! 'Voice' Star Jamie Lono Forms New Band, Premieres 'Ginger'

    Fans of The Voice surely remember Jamie Lono, Season 2's Team CeeLo sandwich-maker with the Sally Jesse Raphael spectacles and sandpaper-and-gravel vocals. Now Jamie is back with a new band, Noble Heart, and Yahoo Music is delighted to premiere their first music video, for "Ginger."

  • 'SYTYCD' Top 20 to Top 18 Recap: A 'Tremendous' Show

    Last week, 'So You Think You Can Dance' Season 11's live shows got off to a shaky start, with only two routines that really stood out. But this Wednesday's episode was full of amazing, Emmy-baiting routines and amazing music.

  • Dexter Roberts No Longer on the American Idol Live! Tour

    Dexter Roberts, the country singer who placed seventh on the most recent season of American Idol, has mysteriously disappeared from this summer's concert tour, which began June 24 in Binghamton, New York. And apparently, he's not coming back.

  • The Outfield's John Spinks, Writer of 'Your Love,' Passes Away at Age 60

    The Outfield was never a household-name band, but if you grew up in the '80s, or even if you watched The Voice or Saturday Night Live in the past year, then you definitely know their massive top 10 hit, "Your Love." But now the man who wrote that iconic song is gone.

  • Producer William Orbit Defends Auto-Tune-Free Britney Spears Song Leak

    While this audio certainly is toxic to the ears, the track's producer, electronic veteran William Orbit, has defended Spears, stressing that this is just a warm-up vocal, not an official studio take.

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  • Chart Watch: Trey Songz Is 'Trigga'-Happy at No. 1

    The No. 1 spot this week goes to R&B singer Trey Songz, whose Trigga becomes his second No. 1 album in a row.

  • Natalie Stovall and the Drive: Comin' On And On With It!

    If this is the first you've heard of Stovall, rest assured that she actually has been at this music game for a while, along with her longtime band the Drive. Although they are currently ratcheting up tons of attention for the hit single "Baby Come On With It," Stovall, a Tennessee native, began playing the fiddle at an early age, eventually going professional at just 10 years old.

  • Robin Thicke's 'Paula' Debacle: Fans Aren't Forgiving Him Either

    Robin Thicke's Paula had a rough first week in both the U.S. and the U.K. It sold just 24K copies in its first week in the U.S., which allows it to enter The Billboard 200 at #9.

  • Chart Watch: Trey Songz Beatz Robin Thicke

    Trey Songz and Robin Thicke both debuted at #1 on The Billboard 200 with their previous studio albums, Chapter V and Blurred Lines, respectively. If someone had asked you a few months ago which artist would be more likely to debut at #1 again with his follow-up album, you would probably have said Thicke. Songz lands his second #1 album in a row with Trigga, while Thicke’s Paula debuts way down at #9.

  • See It First! Marc Broussard Premieres Touching Video for 'A Life Worth Living'

    It’s been a decade since soulful Southern singer Marc Broussard released his critically acclaimed major-label debut, Carencro, named after the Louisiana town where he was born and raised. Now he’s on his sixth studio album, A Life Worth Living, which will be released July 29 and celebrates the same themes of home and community which marked the beginnings of his recording career.

  • See It First: Demetria McKinney Premieres '100' Video Featuring Da Brat

    Demetria McKinney may be best known for her television credits – six years on Tyler Perry's House of Pain and recent roles on The Rickey Smiley Show and Devious Maids – but expect this to change with release of her chart-bound R&B smash, "100" featuring Da Brat.

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