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  • Why Woody Allen Chose Miley Cyrus to Star in New Series

    Woody Allen 's new film Café Society  is scheduled to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 11th. The 80-year-old filmmaker gave a rare interview where he discussed his marriage, his choice for president and his upcoming Amazon series  starring Miley Cyrus . Allen revealed how he first met…

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  • Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa: 'We Don't Give a F--k About Politics'

    "I don't give a fuck about that shit," Wiz Khalifa said with Snoop Dogg 's co-sign on his tour bus before their joint National Concert Day performance in New York City on Tuesday. The pair hit the road together for their High Road Tour this summer, the always pro-weed artists...

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  • Fetty Wap Drops New Song 'Roll Sum Up,' Mobile Game

    Fetty Wap has dropped a weed-inspired new track titled "Roll Sum Up," the New Jersey rapper's latest collaboration with Kid Ink. The pair previously paired in April on the DJ Mustard-produced  "Promise." Arriving just two weeks too late to celebrate 4/20, the rapper rhymes on the breezy track,…

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  • Scotty McCreery Releases First Book: The Ram Report

    Scotty McCreery has already accomplished much in his young life — winning American Idol and launching a successful recording career, for starters. Now he can add author to his resume with the release of his first book, Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream on May 3rd. In...

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  • 'From a Jack to a King' Songwriter Ned Miller Dead at 90

    Songwriter Ned Miller, whose songs were recorded by Ricky Van Shelton and Connie Smith, as well as Bing Crosby and Charles Manson, died last month in Medford, Oregon. According to the New York Times , Miller passed away on March 18th and his death was confirmed this week by...

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  • Apple Music Taps Trent Reznor to Aid Overhaul Efforts

    Apple Music is celebrating its one-year anniversary with an overhaul of its streaming service. Nine Inch Nails singer Trent Reznor, who has been creatively involved with the service before Apple acquired Beats' holdings in May 2014, is involved in the process,  Bloomberg   reports.  Apple Music…

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  • Pearl Jam's Mike McCready Explains Full Album Shows

    About three hours before Pearl Jam  took the stage at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, on April 16th, Eddie Vedder gave his bandmates a big surprise: He wanted to perform the group’s 1993 LP Vs . straight through. "He said, 'It's Record Store Day, so let’s...

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  • Watch Beck's Soulful Cover of Prince's 'Raspberry Beret'

    Beck  honored  Prince  this weekend by covering his 1985 hit "Raspberry Beret." The singer-songwriter's soulful, folky performance closed out Memphis' Beale Street Music Festival, Stereogum reports.  The footage shows Beck strumming an acoustic guitar, backed by massive vocal harmonies…

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  • Addiction Specialist Made Prince 911 Call

    Prince  was scheduled to meet with an addiction specialist to help curb his reliance on painkillers the day that he died, the Star Tribune reports . According to the report, the day before Prince's April 21st death,  a representative for the singer called prominent California-based addiction…

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  • Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi's Widow Plot Animated 'Blues Brothers' Show

    Dan Aykroyd and Judy Belushi, widow of John Belushi, are rebooting  The Blues Brothers as a primetime animated series, which they'll begin to pitch to networks and TV platforms this month, Deadline  reports. Aykroyd and Belushi co-created the series with original Saturday Night Live writer Anne…

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  • Mark Hoppus Denies Meeting With Tom DeLonge, Blink-182 Reunion

    Mark Hoppus refuted Tom DeLonge's claims that the estranged Blink-182  co-founders had met recently during an interview on Kevin Klein Live  Tuesday, saying, "I haven't even spoken to Tom in a year and a half." In a recent interview with Rolling Stone , DeLonge insisted that he had never…

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  • Hear A-Trak, Phantogram's Exuberant 'Parallel Lines'

    DJ and super-producer  A-Trak  has teamed up with Phantogram  for the spirited new single "Parallel Lines." The track premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show and begins like a ballad, with plunging piano chords. Sarah Barthel's dreamy, melancholic vocals beckon: "You were always on the…

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  • Flashback: Neil Young and Paul McCartney Play 'A Day in the Life'

    When Neil Young  and Paul McCartney  perform at the second night of the mega classic rock concert  in Indio, California this October odds are pretty high they'll perform a song or two together. They've been friends for decades and have shared the stage many times, including the 2004 Bridge...

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  • LoCash Plot Full-Length Album 'The Fighters'

    One point that regularly appears in news stories about LoCash is the long and exhausting road that they weathered before finally achieving their first hit single with "I Love This Life." Between family tragedies and label closures, Preston Brust and Chris Lucas had multiple opportunities to quit…

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  • Steven Tyler Announces Intimate Solo Tour

    Befitting of the Aerosmith singer's unexpected foray into country music, Steven Tyler has announced a string of summer shows he's calling the Out on a Limb Tour. A series of theater dates visiting 19 cities in total, the trek kicks off July 2nd in Las Vegas. The 68-year-old rock icon gave...

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  • Questlove Recalls How Jimmy Fallon Won Over the Roots

    On  The Tonight Show  Monday, Questlove recalled how Jimmy Fallon convinced  the Roots  to be his house band.  Comedy writer and Chappelle's Show co-creator Neal Brennan initially suggested the Roots to Fallon , but the comedian was skeptical. Even Questlove admitted that at that point in their…

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  • Chris Young, Cassadee Pope Hit Number One With 'Think of You'

    When Chris Young hits the road this fall for another round of headlining dates, he'll be bringing along opening act Cassadee Pope. The two have already logged plenty of time together on tour, with Pope joining Young during his recent spring run. As of this week, though, Young and Pope...

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  • Watch Radiohead's Sinister 'Burn the Witch' Video

    After briefly erasing their internet presence, Radiohead 's official website came back to life Tuesday with a new video for "Burn the Witch," potentially the first single off the band's upcoming ninth studio album. Radiohead previously teased the track's arrival with a mysterious leaflet  sent to…

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  • Little Richard Denies Near-Death Rumors: 'I'm Still Singing'

    Reports that rock and roll pioneer Little Richard  is in extremely grave health have been percolating in the news, with website Digital Music News  and  The Mercury News  reporting the singer is in poor health.  "A friend, a legend & some say the true King of Rock & Roll. Lil-Richard needs our...

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  • Stones, McCartney, Dylan, the Who, Waters, Young Confirm Mega-Fest

    Six of rock's biggest artists and bands will perform at the same fest for the first time this fall. The Rolling Stones , Paul McCartney , Bob Dylan , the Who , Neil Young and Roger Waters have all confirmed that they will take turns playing Desert Trip, a three-night...

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