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  • Sara Evans Blasts Fox's 'Last Man on Earth'

    It's a good thing Will Forte's last man standing Phil Miller doesn't have to share an apocalyptic earth with Sara Evans. The "Slow Me Down" singer recently went on a Facebook rant about Forte's Fox series The Last Man on Earth, which casts the Saturday Night Live alum as the only...

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  • Electronica Titans Leftfield Return With First Music in 16 Years

    Leftfield are finally ready to release a follow-up to 1999's Rhythm and Stealth. The British electro project, which notched a couple of minor U.S. dance hits with cinematic "Song of Life" and "Afro-Left" in the mid-Nineties, will put out a new, 10-track record – Alternative Light Source – on June...

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  • Watch Brandon Flowers' 'Simply Irresistible' Robert Palmer Cover

    Brandon Flowers performed a handful of new songs from his upcoming solo LP The Desired Effect at a hometown gig at the Bunkhouse Saloon in Las Vegas earlier this week. But as Stereogum points out, amidst the new material, the Killers frontman snuck in a delightful cover of Robert Palmer's "Simply…

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  • Rihanna Asserts Her Dominance on New Song 'Bitch Better Have My Money'

    UPDATE: "Bitch Better Have My Money" is now available on iTunes. Rihanna has released "Bitch Better Have My Money," the second single off her forthcoming, as-yet-untitled eighth album. After teasing the song's cover art on Instagram, the singer released sneak peeks of the track's intro and outro…

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  • One Direction Members Respond to Zayn Malik's Exit

    Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson have broken their silence following Zayn Malik's exit from the group. One Direction's remaining members have tweeted separately and have shared some words of comfort for their fans. "So glad to be in bed after a long and strange 24 hours,"…

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  • Scott Weiland 'Embarrassed' by Bad Behavior at Boston Meet and Greet

    Scott Weiland apologized on Facebook for a disastrous VIP meet and greet following a concert in Boston with his band the Wildabouts earlier this month. "I'm embarrassed by my behavior and some of the things that I said," Weiland wrote. "Fans don’t deserve that. Without our fans and supporters, we…

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  • Billy Corgan: Smashing Pumpkins' Future 'Is Kind of Murky'

    Billy Corgan has given hints recently that Smashing Pumpkins could be coming to an end, saying in a pair of interviews following the release of Monuments to an Elegy that "The next album is like the end, end, end. The trite way to say it is, 'I'm over rock & roll'" and...

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  • 5 Most Insane Reactions to Zayn Malik Quitting One Direction

    Today was a heartbreaking day for One Direction fans, as Zayn Malik announced his departure from the group and stated that he wants "to be a normal 22-year-old." "I think I'd love to be involved with it still, because obviously, we'll be working in the industry for an extended amount of time...

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  • Watch Luke Bryan Practice With the Chicago White Sox

    "I learned early on that I wasn't an athlete," a humbled Luke Bryan told CMT at the Chicago White Sox morning workout in Arizona on Monday. "I saw all these boys hitting multiple home runs and not getting drafted, and I thought baseball is not for me! Maybe I need to...

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  • On the Charts: Kendrick Is King as 'Butterfly' Soars to Number One

    UPDATE: Madonna's Rebel Heart dropped from Number Two to Number 21 on the Billboard 200. The surprise and somewhat misfired release of Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly did little to diminish the Compton rapper's first-week sales as Lamar's much-anticipated follow-up to good kid, m.A.A.d city…

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  • Zayn Malik Quits One Direction

    Zayn Malik has quit One Direction following five years with the boy band. In a statement posted on the group's official Facebook page, Malik announced his departure from the group. "My life with One Direction has been more than I could ever have imagined," he wrote. "But, after five years, I feel...

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  • Bonnie Raitt, Indigo Girls Contribute to Anti-Fracking LP

    Bonnie Raitt, Indigo Girls, John Butler Trio and Michael Franti are among two dozen musicians who have contributed songs to Buy This Fracking Album, a two-disc compilation LP intended to educate listeners about hydro-fracking, a controversial method of extracting natural gas from the earth's shale.…

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  • The Doors, Radiohead, Joan Baez Added to National Recording Registry

    Radiohead's OK Computer, the Doors' self-titled 1967 debut and Joan Baez' 1960 album Joan Baez are among the 25 recorded works that have been selected for inclusion into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry. Lauryn Hill's The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Sly and the Family Stone's…

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  • Watch Ad-Rock Talk Food, Make New Sandwich for Charity

    Years after Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz  rhymed about "mean muggin' with a Blimpie Bluffin," the former Beastie Boy is stepping up his culinary game with a new sandwich he designed with New York bánh mì hotspot, Num Pang. Horovitz and Num Pang co-founders Ratha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz offered Rolling…

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  • Lollapalooza 2015: Paul McCartney, Metallica Headline Lineup

    Paul McCartney and Metallica will headline this year's Lollapalooza Festival, which rolls into Chicago's Grant Park July 31st through August 2nd. The long-running fest unveiled their lineup Wednesday morning, and it features Sam Smith, Florence and the Machine, Bassnectar, Alt-J, TV on the Radio,…

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  • Skrillex Brings Full Flex Express Train Tour Back to Canada

    Skrillex will be bringing his Full Flex Express train tour back to Canada this July. The revival of the train tour was announced on Tuesday with a flashback video showing behind-the-scenes clips of past performers live and traveling together. Following a 2012 debut that saw Skrillex traveling…

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  • Ted Cruz: 'On 9/11, I Didn't Like How Rock Music Responded'

    Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz stopped listening to rock and roll and took up country music after 9/11. The 44-year-old Republican Texas senator, who announced he would be running for president this week, recently fielded questions about his personality on CBS This Morning, where he revealed the…

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  • Hear Jennifer Nettles Duet With Jennifer Hudson for Oprah

    When you're talking about Oprah, two powerful voices are always better than one. On the inaugural anthem for the media mogul's OWN Network, she didn't just go big, she went double-diva, with Jennifer Nettles and Jennifer Hudson joining forces on "You Will," their first duet written by longtime…

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  • Elton John, Mumford & Sons, Black Keys to Headline Outside Lands 2015

    Elton John, Mumford & Sons and the Black Keys will headline this summer's Outside Lands Festival, set to invade San Francisco's Golden Gate Park August 7th through 9th. Filling out the impressive bill at the eighth annual fest are Kendrick Lamar, Sam Smith, Wilco, Tame Impala, D'Angelo and the…

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  • Don Robertson, Pioneering Songwriter and Pianist, Dead at 92

    Songwriter Don Robertson, whose dozens of hits included such country, pop and R&B standards as "I Don't Hurt Anymore," "Please Help Me I'm Falling" and "Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger" — and whose tunes have been recorded by everyone from Elvis Presley to Bing Crosby — died in southern...

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