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  • Eric Church Exhibit Coming to Country Music Hall of Fame

    Visitors to Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will soon be able to walk through the life and career of Eric Church. The "Like a Wrecking Ball" singer has been tapped as the subject of the venue's next cameo exhibition, opening September 18th. Dubbed "Eric Church: Inside the…

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  • Macklemore Discusses Drug Relapse, New Album

    Seattle rapper Macklemore, real name Ben Haggerty, admitted in a new cover story for Complex that he relapsed into taking pills and smoking weed following the monumental success of his 2013 LP with Ryan Lewis, The Heist. His recovery, however, was crucial in inspiring the duo's new album, slated...

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  • Years and Years on Crafting Dance-Pop With Indie-Rock Edge

    U.K. electronic band Years and Years jumbles together an unlikely mix of sounds, including some that don't seem particularly fashionable — think Hot Chip and the Wanted covering Savage Garden, with a dash of Jamie Woon. They have several major hits overseas, the biggest being anthemic summer jam…

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  • Ashley Monroe: ‘It’s Hard for Me to Write a Happy Song’

    Two days before the official release of her critically-acclaimed new album, The Blade, singer-songwriter Ashley Monroe launched her third solo LP with a glittering performance at an East Nashville club. Throughout the evening, the Tennessee-born chanteuse invited several of her Music City friends…

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  • Birdman Breaks Silence on Lil Wayne Drama

    Birdman expressed sadness over his ongoing feud with Lil Wayne in a preview for an upcoming tell-all interview with Power 105.1's Angie Martinez. The Cash Money honcho said Wayne's screed against him and the label "was shocking to everybody. I never thought Mula would be saying nothing negative…

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  • Keith Richards Doc 'Under the Influence' Headed to Netflix

    Keith Richards: Under the Influence, a new documentary about the Rolling Stones guitarist, will premiere via Netflix on September 18th. Filmmaker Morgan Neville, who recently won a "Best Documentary" Oscar for a documentary about backup singers called 20 Feet From Stardom and who directed Richards'…

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  • Mastodon, Judas Priest Plot Fall Tour

    Two monsters of metal will hit the road together this fall as Mastodon will open for Judas Priest on an 11-date tour. The trek will kick off October 16th in Paso Robles, California. Tickets go on sale to the general public on July 31st. In addition to their tour, both Judas Priest...

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  • Run the Jewels, Al Green Reissue LPs on Pink Vinyl for Cancer Charity

    Run the Jewels, Al Green, Primus and Sturgill Simpson are among the artists who will issue pink vinyl versions of their albums on September 29th as part of Ten Bands One Cause, a RED-led effort to raise cancer aid and awareness. Joey Bada$$, Ingrid Michaelson, Clutch, Chet Faker,...

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  • Help Fund Intimate DJ AM Doc With Indiegogo Campaign

    Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein helped revolutionize DJing before his tragic 2009 death, but his life was also filled with tragedy and depression. Kevin Kerslake examined Goldstein's rise and fall in the 2015 documentary As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM – and now fans can help...

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  • Farm Aid 30: Willie Nelson, Neil Young Headline 30th Anniversary Show

    Farm Aid is coming to Chicago. The annual event, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, will be held on September 19th at FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island near downtown Chicago. In addition to board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews, the show will…

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  • DJ Ashba Leaving Guns N' Roses After Six Years

    After a six-year stint with Guns N' Roses, guitarist DJ Ashba has parted ways with Axl Rose's band. "It is with a very heavy heart and yet great pride that I announce that I've decided to close this chapter of my life and encapsulate the wonderful times that I've shared...

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  • Watch Florence and the Machine's Brooding, Melodramatic Short Film

    Florence Welch ramps up the melodrama in "Queen of Peace/Long & Lost," a 10-minute short film paired to two tracks from her recent LP, How Big How Blue How Beautiful. The latest installment of Welch's "Odyssey" saga, created with director Vincent Haycock, finds the singer exploring weighty themes…

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  • Little Big Town Cancel More Tour Dates

    Since May 9th, Little Big Town's "Girl Crush" has reigned as the biggest country song in America, sitting atop the Billboard charts for nearly three months straight. It couldn't be a better time for the band to hit the road. Unfortunately, the bulk of Little Big Town's summer tour...

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  • Brandon Jennings' Drake Tweets Have Meek Mill's Manager 'Charged Up'

    Brandon Jennings knows how to shut 'em down on Twitter. The Detroit Pistons' guard, currently recovering from surgery to repair his ruptured Achilles, has steadily upped his Twitter game in the months since he suffered the injury, tweeting out a gruesome shot of his battle wound, enjoying...

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown, Daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, Dead at 22

    Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, died on July 26 at age 22 after she was found unresponsive in her bathtub and placed in a medically induced coma. Brown passed away in a hospice center outside Atlanta. "Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July, 26 2015, surrounded…

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  • On the Charts: Future Scores First Number One With 'DS2'

    Future didn't need much promotion to get his new album DS2 atop the Billboard 200 as, after giving fans just a week's notice regarding his third studio LP, the album cruised to Number One on the charts. DS2 sold 147,000 total albums in its debut week, giving Future his first...

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  • Kanye West and Steve McQueen Debut Short Film at L.A. Museum Pop-Up

    "Put your phones away, please. Put your phones away!" warned the large security guard wandering a crowded Los Angeles museum space, where screenings began Saturday for the weekend premiere of "All Day/I Feel Like That," a short film by Kanye West and Academy Award-winning artist-director Steve…

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  • Chief Keef Hologram Concert Shut Down By Police

    Chief Keef's Stop the Violence benefit concert in Hammond, Indiana – where the rapper was scheduled to perform live via hologram from Los Angeles – was cut short Saturday night after police pulled the plug on the performance after one song. Chief Keef's hologram managed to deliver "I Don't Like"…

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  • Drake Responds to Meek Mill With 'Charged Up' Diss Track

    Drake has responded to Meek Mill's accusations that the Toronto rapper employs a ghostwriter with "Charged Up," a new diss track that Drake premiered Saturday on his Beats 1's show OVO Sound Radio. "I stay silent 'cause we're at war and I'm very patient / 6 God is watching...

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  • Bob Dylan's Electric Guitar Back at Newport Fest for 50th Anniversary

    An unannounced set by My Morning Jacket wasn't the only surprise on tap for this year's Newport Folk Festival: Exactly 50 years to the day that Bob Dylan famously "went electric" at the long-running fest, the electric guitar involved in that controversial performance – Dylan's 1964 Sunburst Fender…

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