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  • Sony Music CEO: No Plans to Pull Beyoncé Off Tidal

    Contrary to reports, Sony Music has no plans to pull Beyoncé – or any other artists under their umbrella – from Jay Z's Tidal streaming service. "Jay-Z is a friend and business associate for many years. I have always admired his business acumen, his entrepreneurship and his passion for...

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  • Iggy Azalea Cancels Entire Great Escape Tour

    Iggy Azalea's Great Escape Tour, originally scheduled to kick off this spring before it was postponed to the fall, has now been cancelled entirely. The trek was set to begin on September 18th in San Diego. "As you may know, the tour is cancelled. I'm so sad and sorry to...

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  • 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"...

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  • Grateful Dead Offer Up Chicago VIP Passes in Airbnb Contest

    The only thing that sold out faster than tickets to the Grateful Dead's three farewell shows in Chicago were the city's available hotel rooms for the July 4th weekend. Thankfully, Airbnb has helped alleviate the lack of lodging for Deadheads by teaming with Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann for a...

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  • Read Bruce Springsteen's Funny, Moving Tribute to Pete Townshend

    Pete Townshend was honored Thursday night during the 11th annual MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert in New York, where he received the Stevie Ray Vaughan award from fellow rock legend Bruce Springsteen. The evening was filled with musical tributes to the Who, including appearances from Joan Jett,…

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Erin Andrews, Brittany Snow to Co-Host 2015 CMT Music Awards

    While the CMA, ACM and ACC Awards try various country stars' hands at TV hosting duties, the CMT Music Awards tend to have Hollywood going country for a night. Following in the stilettoed footsteps of actresses including Kristen Bell, Kathy Najimi and Pamela Anderson will this year be Dancing With...

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  • Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Lists for $100 Million

    Michael Jackson's opulent Santa Barbara County, California estate Neverland Ranch has been put on the market for $100 million. Named after the fictional world in Peter Pan where children never grow up, the King of Pop resided on the estate, which contained its own amusement park and petting zoo to…

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  • Queen Debut Official App Featuring Quizzes, Band History

    Queen have launched a new app, Queen: Play the Game, that allows fans to win various prizes through quizzes and puzzles while exploring the band's history through archival images and re-sampled sounds from their extensive catalog of music. Developed with Soshi Games, the new app is available to…

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  • Bonnaroo Details 'Throwback Superjam Dance Party'

    Pretty Lights, Run-D.M.C.'s Darryl McDaniels and Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo will lead another characteristically eclectic Bonnaroo Superjam, which will be held Saturday night of the festival, June 13th, at 1:30 a.m. Officially dubbed the "Throwback Superjam Dance Party," the rest of the lineup…

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  • Driver Goes on Deadly Rampage After Trace Adkins Concert

    One man is dead and at least two more are injured after a food vendor in eastern Tennessee drove his Toyota 4-Runner into the crowd following a Trace Adkins concert this past weekend. The Saturday evening show was held at Trails End Campground, a popular spot for hunters and off-road ATV drivers...

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  • Kanye West Settles 'Bound 2' Lawsuit With Soul Singer

    Kanye West has settled a lawsuit with former child soul star Ricky Spicer over the sample that anchors Yeezus hit, "Bound 2," Billboard reports. Spicer initially sued West, Roc-A-Fella Records, Universal Music Group and Island Def Jam Music Group in December 2013, claiming unauthorized use of his…

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  • Watch Jon Pardi Channel Roy Rogers in New Cowboy Video

    Jon Pardi's 2014 debut album, Write You a Song, yielded four singles including the Top Ten "Up All Night." But the traditionally leaning singer-songwriter, who's currently in the studio working on the follow-up, held back a few songs from that project. Now, to fill the gap between LPs, Pardi has...

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  • Michael Jackson Molestation Lawsuit Dismissed

    A molestation lawsuit filed against the Michael Jackson estate by choreographer Wade Robson was dismissed Tuesday by a Los Angeles judge who ruled that Robson waited too long to seek legal action. Robson, who previously testified under oath that Jackson never molested him during the singer's…

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  • AC/DC's Brian Johnson Will Appear on Jim Breuer's Album

    AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson recorded vocals for a song on Jim Breuer's upcoming rock album, the comedian giddily revealed during an interview on SiriusXM's Opie and Jim Norton Show. Breuer delivered his dead-on impression of Johnson throughout the story, relaying his grumblings about drummer Phil…

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  • No Doubt, Iggy Pop, Snoop Dogg Lead Chicago's Riot Fest

    The multi-city Riot Fest has announced the first wave of artists that will invade Chicago, Denver and Toronto this summer. At the Chicago fest, No Doubt will headline alongside Faith No More, Modest Mouse, Iggy Pop, a still-unannounced act and Snoop Dogg, who will perform his classic Doggystyle in…

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  • Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015: Jane's Addiction, D'Angelo Lead Lineup

    Fun Fun Fun Fest will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year with a lineup featuring numerous, eclectic performances. To help celebrate the lineup's diversity, the Texas festival enlisted Bill Nye the Science Guy as spokesperson in the unique teaser video below. Jane's Addiction will perform…

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  • Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams Jr. Headline New Country-Rock Fest

    With 264 residents spread over six square miles, Sparta — a former railroad stop that sits 45 minutes south of Cincinnati — is one Kentucky's smallest cities. Come August 28th, though, the local population will swell to more than 30,000, thanks to a new three-day music festival co-headlined by…

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  • RZA Directing Common, Azealia Banks in New Rap Film 'Coco'

    Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA and rapper Azealia Banks are teaming for the upcoming musical drama Coco. RZA will direct the Lionsgate/Codeblack Films feature, which stars Banks as a "twentysomething female rapper named Coco." The Brooklyn-set film – which co-stars Common, Jill Scott and Lorraine…

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