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  • Adele's '25' Sells Over Three Million Copies in First Week

    Not only did Adele 's 25   shatter the record for most albums sold in the U.S. in a single week, it also exceeded all estimations and expectations as the LP tallied a colossal total of 3.38 million copies in its debut week. Adele's 25 became only the second album...

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  • Twisted Sister Allow Donald Trump to Use 'We're Not Gonna Take It'

    While artists like Neil Young , R.E.M.  and Aerosmith  have lashed out at Donald Trump  for using their music at political rallies without permission, Twisted Sister have allowed the Republican presidential candidate to use their 1984 hit "We're Not Gonna Take It" on the campaign trail. As singer…

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  • Hear Sia's Soaring 'One Million Bullets'

    Sia  will release her new album This Is Acting in January, and on Friday the Australian singer unveiled "One Million Bullets," the latest single off her 1000 Forms of Fear follow-up. The atmospheric, expressive track starts off on a hushed tone before unfurling an infectious, soaring chorus that…

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  • Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole Trade Beats for 'Black Friday' Surprise

    Kendrick Lamar  and J. Cole dropped a pair of Black Friday gifts on fans as the rappers traded beats off their respective albums to create their own new songs, both titled "Black Friday." The swap finds Lamar hopping onto Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive  cut "A Tale of 2 Citiez," while Cole...

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  • Inside Criterion's Incredible Restoration of Dylan Doc 'Don't Look Back'

    D.A. Pennbaker still remembers the man with the wiry gray hair and the sunglasses, sitting across from him in his office and posing an innocent enough question. "He asked, 'Would you like to come along on a tour with my client? His name is Bob Dylan.' It sort of rang...

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  • David Bowie, Radiohead, Robert Plant Sign Climate Change Petition

    David Bowie , Robert Plant , David Gilmour , Radiohead 's Thom Yorke and Phil Selway, Coldplay, My Morning Jacket, Yoko Ono and Björk are among the dozens of artists in the creative community to sign an open letter addressed to the leadership of the upcoming Paris Climate Conference outlining…

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  • Hear Waylon Jennings Sing 'Outlaw Bit' on Tour in 1979

    In 1976, Wanted! The Outlaws assembled the best of the Outlaw Movement in the studio, with Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter and Tompall Glaser lending some of their best material to the compilation. But a new recording of Jennings on tour in 1979 captures the outlaw attitude live…

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  • Lil Wayne Drops 'No Ceilings 2' Mixtape

    Lil Wayne  is making it a habit of dropping mammoth mixtapes on national holidays: After the Free Weezy Album arrived on July 4th , the rapper's No Ceilings 2 appeared just as fans were sitting down for Thanksgiving dinner. The latest mixtape is the sequel to Wayne's 2009...

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  • Hear Coldplay's Heartfelt New Ballad 'Everglow'

    Eight days before Coldplay  release their new LP A Head Full of Dreams , Chris Martin stopped by Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show to premiere "Everglow," a heartfelt, piano-led ballad from the band's upcoming album. As Martin previously told Rolling Stone , "Everglow" features his ex-wife Gwyneth…

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  • Casey Kasem's Children File Wrongful Death Suit Against Widow

    Nearly 18 months after the death of radio legend Casey Kasem , the America's Top 40 host's children have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Kasem's widow Jean Kasem. In the civil suit, filed in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Kasem's three children and his brother accuse Jean Kasem of elder abuse...

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  • Black Sabbath Wrote 'A Whole Load' of Riffs for Abandoned LP

    Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed that the group had a particularly fruitful writing session before deciding not to make a follow-up to 13 . "I've got so many riffs," he told Q (via Blabbermouth ). "I wrote a whole load of stuff for another album, and we...

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  • Watch Erykah Badu Scold Audience, Sing 'Phone Down' at Soul Train Awards

    Erykah Badu  wasn't kidding when she asked us to put our "Phone Down." In an exclusive advance clip from this year's Soul Train Awards, airing Sunday, host Badu demands that several distracted audience members in the front row — including Tyrese Gibson — put away their cells and focus on her. …

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  • Clint Black Plans 2015 Christmas Tour

    To properly ring in the holiday season, Clint Black will set out on a 12-city Christmas tour beginning Tuesday, December 1st, in the Villages, Florida. The trek will make stops throughout New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma, before wrapping up on Sunday, December 20th, back in…

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  • Paris Venue Owners Ask for Government Aid as Concert Industry Slumps

    While many of Paris' music venues have reopened their doors  since the November 13th terror attacks  in the French capital, the majority of concertgoers are still reticent about attending shows following the tragedy. According to Prodiss, the National Union of Producers, Distributors and Theatres…

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  • See Jennifer Nettles' Somber 'Unlove You' Performance on 'Fallon'

    The holidays will be a festive time for Jennifer Nettles with an appearance in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, not to mention her role in the upcoming TV movie Coat of Many Colors and a return to her hosting gig on the CMA Country Christmas special. The latest single from...

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  • Inside Adele's Nashville Connection: The Ram Report

    With her new album 25 poised to sell nearly 3 million copies  by week's end, Adele is the top story in all of music. But the new queen of the torch song doesn't restrict herself to soaring ballads — she also has an appreciation for country and bluegrass. Thanks, in...

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  • Watch Adele Perform Smoky '25' Ballad 'Million Years Ago'

    Adele  showcased her immense vocal range on Wednesday during a Today Show performance of "Million Years Ago," a sparse ballad from her new LP, 25 . "I know I'm not the only one / Who regrets the things they've done," she sings in the clip, swooping from dramatic high notes...

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  • Naughty by Nature Plot 25th Anniversary Tour

    Nineties hip-hop favorites Naughty by Nature will release a new EP in 2016 and embark on a 26-city tour in January in celebration of their 25th anniversary. The New Jersey trio kicked off an international leg earlier this month and have a Tampa, Florida show scheduled for December 4th. The…

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  • 2 Chainz, Jeezy Keep Friends Close, Money Closer in 'BFF' Video

    Atlanta MC 2 Chainz  adheres to the old adage, keep your friends close, your enemies closer and your stacks of cash closest in the extravagant new video for a remix of "BFF," featuring Jeezy. The video, directed by the Stupid Geniuses, revels in its own luxuriousness and takes its cues from 2...

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  • Sly and the Family Stone Co-Founder Cynthia Robinson Dead at 71

    Cynthia Robinson, a founding member for  Sly and the Family Stone who played trumpet, has died after a battle with cancer. The musician's Facebook page and Billboard confirmed the news Tuesday. She was 69. The trumpeter was best known for her joyous melodies and inspired vocals and...

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