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  • T.I. Apologizes for 'Unequivocally Insensitive' Hillary Clinton Remark

    T.I.  has apologized for questioning whether Hillary Clinton or any other woman could handle being president,  tweeting , "My comments about women running for president were unequivocally insensitive and wrong. I sincerely apologize to everyone I offended." As Entertainment Weekly  …

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  • ​Bombshells in Boho

    TRESemmé-styled Boho Waves topped Rachel Zoe’s fabulous fringe-filled Spring 2016 collection down the runway.

  • Clay Walker on Staying Alive and Urgent New Single 'Right Now'

    From 1993 to 2009, Texas-born Clay Walker enjoyed a nearly unbroken streak of Top Five singles, including six Number Ones. The singer, whose material often showcases his rich, romantic vocal style, scored his last major hit with "She Won't Be Lonely Long" in 2009, and looks poised to return to...

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  • Flashback: Brian Wilson Launches First Solo Tour in 1999

    In the spring of 1999, Brian Wilson  put aside his decades-long aversion to touring and hit the road for the first time as a solo artist. He was ostensibly supporting his new album Imagination , but of the 29 songs in the show only three came from the LP. This...

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  • Watch Brothers Osborne's Unorthodox 'Stay a Little Longer' Video

    "It's not the same regurgitated bullshit," John Osborne told Rolling Stone Country   earlier this year, talking about the new wave of honest, rule-breaking artists poised to take over the charts from the Queen Bees and King Bros of country music. With a sound that owes as much to rock &...

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  • Inside Motley Crue's Live Excess: From Roller Coaster Drums to Fire-Spitting Bass

    Indestructible glam metal icons Mötley Crüe  are currently on the Final Tour, a series of more than 150 shows capping nearly three and a half decades of decadence, concluding with a New Year's Eve throwdown at Los Angeles' Staples Center. If you haven't caught the tour thus far, let bassist...

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  • 10 Things We Learned From Elvis Costello's Brilliant New Memoir

    It's probably no surprise that Elvis Costello 's memoir,  Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink , out today, is thoroughly engrossing. Costello's gift for storytelling in song is without question, but like Bob Dylan's  Chronicles , his book is truly remarkable in the way it presents a riveting,…

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  • Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, the Weeknd Top AMA Nominations

    Taylor Swift  earned a pack-leading six nominations for this year's American Music Awards , followed closely by Ed Sheeran and the Weeknd, each of whom garnered five and will compete against the 1989  star for both Artist of the Year and Song of the Year. As always, the AMA's Artist of...

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  • Hear Pharrell's Sultry Remix of A Tribe Called Quest's 'Bonita Applebum'

    As a teenager growing up in Virginia Beach, Virginia in the early Nineties, Pharrell Williams  would spend countless hours in his basement absorbing and dissecting records from iconic hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest . "A Tribe Called Quest is cerebral," the mega-producer said in a deleted...

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  • Bentley, McGraw, Shelton Make 2016 Spring Break Plans: The Ram Report

    The 2016 Tortuga Music Festival lineup has so much star power, organizers have extended it from two days to three. Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw and Blake Shelton will headline the April 15th—17th event on the beaches of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Joining them is an eclectic mix of country veterans…

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  • Hear Giorgio Moroder Give My Morning Jacket a Disco Makeover

    My Morning Jacket 's The Waterfall  standout "Compound Fracture" has received an unexpected four-on-the-floor remix courtesy of disco king Giorgio Moroder , who radically transforms the track from an infectious toe-tapping rocker into a dance floor monster. Moroder's work especially shines on the…

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  • Bobby Brown to Publish 'Raw, Unvarnished' Memoir Next Year

    Bobby Brown  will detail his career in music and marriage to the late singer Whitney Houston in a new memoir, fittingly titled  My Prerogative , set to be published next June via Dey Street Books, The Associated Press  reports. In a statement, Brown said that My Prerogative was written…

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  • Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves to Perform on CMA Awards

    Female acts may be largely absent from country radio these days, but with its latest talent announcement, the 49th CMA Awards are poised to shine a spotlight on some of the genre's leading ladies. With a combined total of 12 nominations among them, nominees Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Maddie…

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  • Fall Out Boy Plot 'Wintour' Trek With Awolnation

    Fall Out Boy  will head out on a winter tour – or "Wintour," as the band calls out – this February when the "Uma Thurman" crew hits the road with Awolnation  for 20 shows. "Wintour is coming. This will end the story. It will give us all the chance to work...

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  • Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley Lead Tortuga Festival Lineup

    Tortuga Music Festival, the beachside concert and ocean conservation event held every April in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, returns in 2016 with an extra day of music and three of country's most dynamic headliners. Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Tim McGraw will headline the now three-day event…

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  • Phil Collins' 'Warts and All' Autobiography Arriving in 2016

    Phil Collins  has announced that he'll release his autobiography in October 2016. "Several times over the last few years I have been asked to write a biography but never felt that the time was right - until now," Collins said in a statement. "Having found the right publisher in Penguin...

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  • On the Charts: Janet Jackson Joins Elite Company With 'Unbreakable'

    Janet Jackson  claimed her seventh career Number One album as the singer's Unbreakable , her first LP in seven years, cruised to the top spot on the Billboard 200. Unbreakable sold 116,000 total copies in its debut week to give Jackson her second consecutive Number One album following 2008's…

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  • Aerosmith Warns Donald Trump Over 'Dream On' Use

    Donald Trump  has already drawn the ire of  artists like Neil Young  and R.E.M. for using their music  at the Republican frontrunner's campaign stops without permission, and now another rock legend is threatening legal action against the mogul: Aerosmith  has filed a cease-and-desist letter to…

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  • Steve Mackay, Stooges Saxophonist, Dead at 66

    Steve Mackay, the saxophonist who appeared on the Stooges ' 1970 LP Fun House  and a longtime touring member of the group following the Stooges' reunion in 2003, died recently following a month-long fight with sepsis. Mackay was 66. "Steve was a classic '60s American guy, full of generosity and…

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  • Kanye West Stages Surprise Audition for 'American Idol'

    Hours after Kanye West  received some presidential advice from Barack Obama  and performed at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in San Francisco, the rapper capped off his Saturday with a surprise audition for American Idol . Tryouts for the singing competition's upcoming final season…

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  • The Game Reveals Surprise, Star-Studded 'Documentary 2.5' LP

    On the same day the Game  released his new LP The Documentary 2.0 , the sequel to his breakout 2005 album, the rapper announced that a 18-track album dubbed The Documentary 2.5 would arrive one week later. And like the all-star 2.0 – which featured guests like Drake, Kanye West,...

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