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  • Snoop Dogg Adds Two Sultry New Songs to Huge Label Compilation

    Snoop Dogg  has unveiled two new songs, "Top Down" and "Love Around the World," on The Return of Doggy Style Records , a 30-track SoundCloud compilation from the rapper's recently revived label.  "Love Around the World" opens the mixtape and finds the MC cruising over a beat of sultry synths…

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  • Led Zeppelin: Spirit Lawyer Trying to 'Taint the Jury Pool'

    Led Zeppelin  have claimed the lawyer for the estate of former Spirit guitarist Randy Wolfe attempted to "taint the jury pool" by claiming the band would not appear in court when the copyright dispute over "Stairway to Heaven" goes to trial next month. In a motion, the band's lawyers…

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  • Watch Florida Georgia Line's Energetic Backstreet Boys Cover

    Florida Georgia Line's Dig Your Roots tour kicked off May 12th in Tupelo, Mississippi, bringing hits like their current single "H.O.L.Y." plus unreleased music from the duo's forthcoming third album to the masses. Included near the end of their set is a medley of their favorite hits from the…

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  • My Morning Jacket Plot One Big Holiday With Gary Clark Jr., Kurt Vile

    My Morning Jacket  will perform three full shows at their third One Big Holiday festival, with  Gary Clark Jr. , Kurt Vile and the Violators  and Deer Tick . One Big Holiday will take place February 4th through 8th, 2017 at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in the Riviera Maya region...

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  • Ben Folds on Kesha: 'She's the Real Deal'

    When Ben Folds  played New York's Beacon Theater in May, he shared a long anecdote onstage about the time a woman jumped into a hotel pool to retrieve his cellphone. That woman was  Kesha .  "Just put it in rice," Folds remembered the singer telling him. The encounter between the Top 40 pop…

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  • Paul McCartney: 'I Was Depressed' After Beatles Split

    Paul McCartney recalled his heavy drinking and depression after the Beatles broke-up in 1970 during a candid interview on BBC Radio 4’s Mastertapes.

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  • Flashback: Mudcrutch's Early Version of 'Don't Do Me Like That'

    When Mudcrutch broke up in 1975, they didn't have much to show for their five years together. Despite gaining a cult following in their native Gainesville, Florida, and even signing to Shelter Records after moving to Los Angeles, the Tom Petty-led band didn't even release anything besides two…

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  • Lady Antebellum to Host 2016 ACM Honors

    Each year, the Academy of Country Music's ACM Honors concert event and awards show celebrates special recipients and off-camera winners of ACM awards. This year, as the ceremony marks its 10th anniversary, host duties for the show will be shared by the three members of Lady Antebellum. The 10th…

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  • Sex Pistols' Steve Jones Announces Memoir 'Lonely Boy'

    Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones announced his autobiography, Lonely Boy . The book, written with music journalist Ben Thompson, will come out in North America on January 10th, a couple of months after the UK release. Publisher Da Capo describes the guitarist's life as a "modern Dickensian…

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  • Little Big Town Team With Pharrell Williams on New Album 'Wanderlust'

    Little Big Town's irresistibly upbeat new single, "One of Those Days," marks the Grammy-winning group's first release from their upcoming seventh studio album, Wanderlust , due out June 10th. Co-written by the foursome with über-songwriter and producer Pharrell Williams, who produced the eight…

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  • How busbee Went From Jazz Scholar to Country Innovator

    If there's one word to describe Mike Busbee's songwriting ability, it's "elasticity." In 2014, the California native helped craft Little Big Town's "Quit Breakin' Up With Me," slapstick honky tonk with a dash of Sugar Ray, and 5 Seconds Of Summer's "Don't Look Down," a full-throttle zap of punk.…

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  • Neil Young: I'm OK With Donald Trump Using 'Rockin' in the Free World'

    Donald Trump 's presidential campaign got off to a rocky start last June when – after playing Neil Young 's "Rockin' in the Free World" after the rally announcing his presidential bid – the rocker immediately asked the mogul to stop using the Freedom track on the campaign trail....

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  • Hear 75 Noteworthy Bob Dylan Covers for His 75th Birthday

    Since Bob Dylan's 1962 debut, his music has transcended genre and generations. The list of musicians who have covered his music reads like a history of rock music itself: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Stevie Wonder, Lou Reed, Pearl Jam and more. Jimi Hendrix and Joan...

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  • System of a Down's Serj Tankian on Bernie Sanders: 'I'm Rooting for Him'

    System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian has been outspoken in his support of Bernie Sanders since last summer and, as primary season nears an end, he's standing strong behind the Democratic presidential candidate. "There's only one guy whose voting record I respect here," the singer tells Rolling...

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  • Tragically Hip Singer Gord Downie Diagnosed With Terminal Brain Cancer

    Canadian rock group the Tragically Hip announced Tuesday that lead singer Gord Downie has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Despite the condition, the Hip, with Downie in tow, have revealed plans to embark on another tour in the near future. "Since [his diagnosis], obviously, he’s…

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  • Paul McCartney: Kanye West Made My 'All Day' Melody 'Seriously Urban'

    Paul McCartney  revealed in a new interview that he didn't expect Kanye West  to sample one of the Beatles great's unused melodies to form the rapper's 2015 hit "All Day,"  and that he was even more surprised by the resulting track. "It's a great record, sonically it's brilliant, but quite a...

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  • Justin Bieber Slams 'Fake' Awards Shows

    In his latest Instagram missive,  Justin Bieber  wrote about his disdain for awards shows after performing at the  Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night. "I don't know about these award shows," wrote the 22-year-old pop star. "No disrespect to anybody at any of the shows or the people running…

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  • Eminem Selling Childhood Home's Bricks, Wood as Collectibles

    Eminem  is selling rare, limited-edition collectible items in honor of the 16th anniversary of Marshall Mathers LP, including parts of his childhood home. All the items are available at his official site . For the special sale, the Detroit MC is making pieces of the home available to fans.…

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  • St. Paul and the Broken Bones Plot New Album 'Sea of Noise'

    Birmingham, Alabama-based octet St. Paul and the Broken Bones have announced plans for their second full-length album, titled Sea of Noise . The new collection, including tracks like "Crumbling Light Posts, Pt. 1," will be available on September 9th. Sea of Noise   will be the band's first…

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  • Watch Slash, Nikki Sixx Talk Motley Crue/GN'R Tour in 'It's So Easy' Clip

    It's So Easy and Other Lies , a documentary  based on Guns N' Roses  bassist Duff McKagan's memoir begins screening this Thursday at select theaters. In a new clip from film, McKagan looks back at GN'R's big break: opening for  Mötley Crüe  in 1987. "We said, 'Let's take these guys on the…

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