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  • Iggy Azalea's Great Escape Tour Cancelled In Its Entirety: Details

    Iggy Azalea planned to tour the U.S. this year as a part of her scheduled 2015 Great Escape Tour, but after shows were initially pushed back, the tour has reportedly been cancelled in its entirety -- get details

    Us Weekly
  • Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best Neil Young Deep Cut?

    Neil Young played a surprise show at Charley's Restaurant and Saloon in Maui with his new backing band Promise of the Real earlier this week. The set focused on their upcoming album The Monsanto Years, but it also featured lesser-known Young tunes like "Country Home," "Goin' Back," "Walk On"...

    Rolling Stone
  • Classical Music In Israel Is Bringing Jewish And Arab Musicians Together

    The Polyphony Foundation is spreading classical music across Israel -- and bringing Jewish and Arab people together in the process. Polyphony began as a small school in 2007 in Nazareth, with the intention of bringing classical music education to the Arab community.

    Huffington Post
  • TV Academy Expands Membership to Music Supervisors

    In the latest move in its efforts to expand its membership, the Television Academy has now opened up the music peer group to include music supervisors. “Extending membership to music supervisors is part of our ongoing mission to have the Academy fully engaged with the varied and diverse creative…

    Variety
  • Hunter Hayes Gets Morale Boost From Elton John

    Hunter Hayes will be the first to tell you that he has been lucky enough to get to meet and play with some of his musical influences, including Stevie Wonder and Garth Brooks.  Now he can add Elton John to the list. Hayes, who covered the title track of John’s classic album...

    Rolling Stone
  • Chance the Rapper's Social Experiment Drops Free 'Surf' Album

    Chance the Rapper's side project, Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment, released their debut album Surf Thursday evening via SoundCloud below and as a free download on iTunes. The album features numerous guest appearances, though the iTunes track list does not name any features. According to...

    Rolling Stone
  • Queen, Blur, Björk: artists with apps

    Queen has debuted an app giving fans the chance to win prizes via various puzzles and quizzes, all while exploring the band's history. Below, a futher look at "Queen: Play the Game" plus some other notable apps released by musicians. Queen's app includes imagery from the band's official archive and…

    AFP Relax News
  • G-Eazy Puts His Spin on MisterWives' 'Queens': Exclusive Premiere

    After catching the group's set at SXSW, G-Eazy decided to put his own spin on the MisterWives single "Queens." A tribute to hardworking mothers everywhere, the sweeping track is exclusively premiering below as the group prepares to hit the festival circuit this summer.

    Billboard
  • 9 Most Memorable Covers of "Happy Birthday, Mr. President"

    Over 50 years following Marilyn Monroe's sultry serenade to the President, the birthday song continues to live on with new renditions from Madonna, Jennifer Lopez and more.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Country Legend John Anderson Talks Working With Josh Turner, Merle Haggard on New Album

    Country music legend John Anderson talked with Billboard about his new album, "Goldmine," which marks his first release on more than six years. "We’ve always been blessed with our own style," he says.

    Billboard
  • Hot 100 Chart Moves: Skrillex, Diplo & Justin Bieber Hit Top 20 With 'Where Are U Now'

    Bieber reaches the region for the first time in nearly two years. Plus, moves for Luke Bryan, Sawyer Fredericks, Nicki Minaj, Beyonce & Jessie J.

    Billboard
  • The Music Singularity

    In 1958, John von Neumann coined "singularity ” as the moment when artificial intelligence becomes self-aware and self-improving - almost instantly turning humans into pets. But long before Siri marries Joaquin Phoenix or your Roomba romances the Cuisinart, a different singularity will take place –…

    Forbes
  • Sony Music CEO Doug Morris Says Company Is 'Rooting For Jay Z and Tidal to Succeed'

    "All of our content, including Beyonce, is available through the Tidal service, and we have announced no plans to remove our catalog from Tidal," Sony Music's Doug Morris said in a statement to Billboard. "Like all of our other partners, we are rooting for Jay and Tidal to succeed.”

    Billboard
  • Zedd Zooms In at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums

    Zedd zips onto Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated June 6) with his first No. 1, 'True Colors.'

    Billboard
  • Desmond Child Talks GLAAD Nashville Concert and LGBT Equality (AUDIO)

    This week I talked with Grammy winning songwriter producer Desmond Child about his upcoming performance at Ty Herndon and GLAAD's Concert for Love and Acceptance that takes place at City Winery in Nashville, Tennessee on June 12th. Child will join other celebrities and artists including country…

    Huffington Post
  • A-Sides With Jon Chattman: Clearly Not 'Out of Time' -- Stone Temple Pilots' Chester Bennington and Dean DeLeo Discuss the Evolution and Future of the Band

    Photo and video interview by shootmepeter.comSome bands lose or cut ties with lead singers and simply call it quits or find a similar-sounding singer to front the band and coast on a novelty tour each year. Not Stone Temple Pilots. With the addition of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington a few years…

    Huffington Post
  • J Lo looks forward to Morocco's top music festival

    RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Singer and movie star Jennifer Lopez expressed excitement Thursday about kicking off Morocco's Mawazine music festival, while insisting she's still just the girl from the Bronx.

    Associated Press