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  • Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt to Compile Lost 'Trio' Tracks

    The first time Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt sang together, they knew they had something special that needed to be captured on record. But with three of the hottest solo careers going in the Seventies, various record label tangles to work through, and a desire to devote the...

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  • Avril Lavigne Was 'Bedridden' Following Battle With Lyme Disease

    In a new interview with People, Avril Lavigne has revealed a nearly year-long battle with Lyme disease. Lavigne's announcement follows a viral Twitter direct message between the singer and a fan last December, with Lavigne revealing that she had been ill, but not opening up about the extent of her…

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  • On the Charts: Kendrick Lamar's 'Butterfly' Continues Chart-Topping Reign

    Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly topped the Billboard 200 for a second straight week, racking up an extra 123,000 in total album sales on its way to another Number One. Three full months into 2015, the Compton rapper's acclaimed LP becomes only the second album – after Taylor Swift's 1989 –...

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  • Mick Jagger: Rolling Stones May Play 'Sticky Fingers' on Tour

    The Rolling Stones are releasing a deluxe edition of Sticky Fingers on May 26th, and fans that see the band this summer might get to experience the 1971 album in its entirety. "We're floating the idea of playing the whole album," Mick Jagger tells Rolling Stone. "At the very least, we'll play...

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  • Lana Del Rey Recruits Grimes for 'Endless Summer' Tour

    Lana Del Rey has recruited Grimes as a support act for her previously announced 2015 tour, now dubbed "Endless Summer." The artful electro-pop singer will open for Del Rey at 10 shows – including a newly added June 9th gig in Mansfield, Massachusetts – beginning May 28th in Noblesville, Indiana and…

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  • Tool 'Leak Music' for Annual April Fools' Day Prank

    Tool's annual "April Tools' Day" prank has been a band tradition for two decades, but with the group back in the studio working on their long-awaited follow-up to 2006's 10,000 Days, fans had to be especially on guard this April 1st. Still, Tool managed to pull off a convincing prank Wednesday…

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  • Steven Tyler Announces Solo Country Album

    After months of speculation, Steven Tyler has confirmed the upcoming release of his first country solo album.  The Aerosmith frontman made the announcement last night, during a surprise visit to the Grand Ole Opry. The Opry's lineup was stacked with country vets like Charlie Daniels and newer acts…

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  • Miley Cyrus Promises 'New Rights Movement' After Controversial Indiana Law

    When Indiana governor Mike Pence signed the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law March 26th, Miley Cyrus was among the first celebrities to loudly criticize the discriminatory new bill, calling Pence an "asshole" to her 17 million Instagram followers. In a new interview…

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  • Watch Ad-Rock Offer Teens Advice on First Kisses, Breakups

    Having already added actor and master sandwich crafter to his post-Beastie Boys résumé, Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz is getting into the advice game. The beloved rapper became the latest musician to take part in Rookie's "Ask a Grown Man" series, tackling tried-and-true teen topics from kissing to…

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  • Janelle Monae Flows Through New Song 'Yoga'

    Janelle Monae delivers a dexterous flow on "Yoga," a new track with rising MC Jidenna that's set to appear on The Eephus, a new compilation EP featuring tracks from the various artists on the R&B futurist's Wondaland label. Monae's characteristically pristine vocal talents are on full display on…

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  • Hear David Duchovny's Moody Alt-Rock From Debut Album

    David Duchovny will release his first album of music, Hell or Highwater, this spring. The record contains 12 songs that the X-Files and Californication actor composed himself.  Preview a Cure-like instrumental section of "Hell or Highwater" and the record's upbeat, indie-folk-leaning "Another…

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  • Watch Blake Shelton's Steamy New Video for 'Sangria'

    Blake Shelton lets a woman — and a few glasses of fruit-filled wine — go to his head in "Sangria," the third single from last year's Bringing Back the Sunshine. Written by Josh Osborne, J.T. Harding and Trevor Rosen, the song pays tribute to two age-old country traditions: getting buzzed...

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  • Zayn Malik Goes Solo, Gets Moody on 'I Won't Mind'

    Producer Naughty Boy has previewed Zayn Malik's first solo track following the singer's split from One Direction. "Let the music do the talking, guys," tweeted the producer. The tweet linked to a Soundcloud demo titled "I Won't Mind," which has since been taken down. The track is softer and more…

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  • Watch Flaming Lips, Kesha, Norah Jones Cover Beach Boys at Brian Fest

    The Flaming Lips, Kesha and Norah Jones brought hang-10 harmonies and good vibrations to the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles Monday night for Brian Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of Brian Wilson, which boasted an impressive array of artists and benefited Sweet Relief and the Jameson Neighborhood…

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  • Justin Bieber Making Record With Kanye West and Rick Rubin

    Justin Bieber is finishing up what he promises to be a more mature-sounding album with help from Kanye West and producer Rick Rubin, who both previously collaborated on Yeezus. "I don't want to say it's different because that's what everyone says," the pop star told USA Today. "But it is...

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  • Smashing Pumpkins, Marilyn Manson Plot End Times Tour

    Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson will be spreading Nineties angst and nostalgia across the United States this summer when they embark on their co-headlining tour dubbed, The End Times. The 23-date trek kicks off July 7th at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, California and concludes August 8th…

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  • Scott Weiland's Guitarist Jeremy Brown Dead at 34

    Jeremy Brown, guitarist for Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, died on Monday at the age of 34 of undisclosed causes, just one day before the release of the group's debut album Blaster. Weiland broke the news to fans on Facebook, writing that the band grew anxious when the guitarist, who had…

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  • Rolling Stones Announce Summer Tour, 'Sticky Fingers' Reissue

    UPDATE: Mick Jagger tells Rolling Stone that the group is considering playing the entirety of Sticky Fingers on its upcoming tour. The Rolling Stones will return to North American stadiums this summer for the 15-city Zip Code tour. The tour will kick off May 24th at San Diego's Petco Park,…

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  • Music Megastars Team Up to Launch Streaming Service Tidal

    A phalanx of chart-topping stars from across genres joined forces in the loading dock of New York City's biggest post office today to launch the newly artist-owned high-definition streaming service Tidal. Like a scene out of a pop-music version of The Avengers, 16 hit-makers – Alicia Keys, Arcade…

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  • Eric Church, Kacey Musgraves Lead Willie Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic

    In 1973, just four years after Woodstock, the most iconic American music festival of its kind, country star Willie Nelson hosted his first-ever Fourth of July Picnic in Dripping Springs, Texas, just outside the state's capital city of Austin. In 2015, for the first time in five years, the…

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