• The Anatomy of Prince’s Legendary 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Guitar Solo

    The night was never meant as an opportunity for Prince to show how dazzling and virtuosic he was on the guitar. For a star-studded performance of the Beatles’ “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” at the 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Prince was scheduled to play one of several solo…

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  • Drake reveals why he doesn't talk to Nicki Minaj, once one of his closest collaborators

    Drake and Nicki Minaj were once as tight as two music superstars can be, but he says that's no...

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  • Is Taylor Swift In X-Men: Apocalypse As Dazzler?

    Seems we may have reason to believe that Taylor Swift will appear in the upcoming ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’… as one of the most notorious X-Men characters of them all. Yes, who better than one of the reigning queens of pop music to take on the role of Dazzler, the disco mutant? For starters, last…

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  • Dr. Luke Has Words About Kesha's New Song

    Things finally seem to be looking up for Kesha, who's had a turbulent past few months dealing with her case against Sony music producer Dr. Luke. The singer performed "True Colors" with Zedd at the first weekend of Coachella, and her surprise appearance impressed fans, reminding everyone that she…

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  • Paul Simon, My Morning Jacket close out Friday's Jazz Fest

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is entering its second weekend. The seven-day festival, taking place over two weekends, draws thousands of people to the city in a celebration of Louisiana music, food and culture. A look at the festival's fifth day:

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  • Tom DeLonge on Blink-182: 'We Do Have a Future Together'

    Tom DeLonge elaborated on his statement to Rolling Stone that he's still in Blink-182,  the guitarist said in a lengthy Facebook message. The update arrives after the band announced their new album California , which will feature original members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker as well as Alkaline…

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  • Hear Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice's Sunny 'A Little More Love'

    Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice have teamed up on a new single called “A Little More Love,” and the track was released to iTunes on April 29th. Written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby and Kristi Neumann, the laid back tune is built for grooving and good times, with a...

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  • Zappa Family Trust Threatens Dweezil Zappa Over Band Name

    This summer, Dweezil Zappa and his backing band will once again perform the music of his father Frank Zappa  on a nationwide tour, but unlike the past decade, the guitarist will be playing under a different moniker. Instead of Zappa Plays Zappa, the touring unit will now be dubbed Dweezil...

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  • Why Rent feels so outdated 20 years after its debut

    Slowly, and then seemingly all at once, Jonathan Larson's earnest rock musical came to be regarded more as a relic, a footnote in conversations about Broadway's current genre-bending shows like Hamilton and Fun Home, or even just a straight-up joke.

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  • Charley Pride Embarks on 50th Anniversary Tour

    Fifty years ago, country radio shattered the color barrier as Mississippi native Charley Pride launched his groundbreaking career with his Top Ten debut hit, "Just Between You and Me." Three years later he began a string of chart-topping tunes that eventually earned him CMA Entertainer of the Year…

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  • 'Lost' Medieval Music Performed for First Time in 1,000 Years

    The language of music is universal, but can be lost over time. After a 20-year reconstruction effort, a researcher and a performer of medieval music have brought "lost" songs from the Middle Ages back to life. The "Songs of Consolation" were recently performed at the University of Cambridgein the…

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  • The Jayhawks' Gary Louris on New Album and Embracing 'Outsider' Status

    Long before Americana music had a name, it had the Jayhawks. Formed during the heyday of Eighties hair metal, the band offered something different: a sound rooted in American country, British folk, harmony singing and the group's own version of roots-rock. Today, 30 years after the Jayhawks'…

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    Beyonce's Lemonade saves husband Jay Z

    Who would've thought that Beyonce's Lemonade would save her husband? After the singer released the album it seems that this is definitely some very good Lemonade.

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  • Listen to Popcaan’s Latest Single “Ova Dweet”

    Popcaan returns with a new single to kick off the summer. The post Listen to Popcaan’s Latest Single “Ova Dweet” appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

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  • Brian Eno's The Ship, and the family tree of ambient music

    How is Brian Eno still finding uncharted waters after half a century spent making music? On The Ship, his first solo album in four years, Eno fuses his signature yawning soundscapes and substantive vocal work for the first time. The result is an album that occupies a space somewhere in between the…

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  • Hear Florida Georgia Line Blend Spirituality, Carnality on ‘H.O.L.Y.’

    In an alternate timeline scenario, Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley exited the Bridgestone Arena after last November's CMA Awards — battered and bruised, shoulders slumped in defeat after helplessly watching  Chris Stapleton and Justin Timberlake lay waste to the room in the…

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  • This is your next jam: Calvin Harris, Local Natives, and more

    Kesha rose above her legal battle by performing on a new Zedd single, her first release since 2013. The best thing about this new Band of Horses single is probably its lyric video, which tries to capture the magic of a night spent singing at a Korean karaoke parlor.

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  • In 'Popstar,' Lonely Island Aim for a 'Spinal Tap' for Today

    The trio of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone has technically already made the leap to the big screen in 2007's "Hot Rod." But it won't be until "Popstar" hits theaters that the full experience of Lonely Island lands at the movies

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