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  • Morrissey Likens TSA to ISIS: 'TSA Stands for Thorough Sexual Assault'

    Months after Morrissey claimed to have been sexually assaulted by TSA employees at San Francisco International Airport, the singer alleged that he has not heard from the agency after filing an official complaint. "TSA have ignored my official and legal and constitutional complaint," he wrote in…

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  • Chris Martin on Paris Attacks: 'I Don't Want to Give Up Hope'

    Coldplay singer Chris Martin said that when he learned of the terrorist attacks on Paris  last month – shortly before taking the stage at his own band's concert in Los Angeles – he struggled with how to address it. "At first, we were just depressed, thinking, 'What's the...

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  • John Legend Employs Actual Star Sounds for New Song

    John Legend  has teamed up with the literal cosmos for a new holiday song, "Under the Stars," which features the unique sonic frequencies of four stars in the universe. The ethereal pulses, rings and beeps of these stars open the track and then seamlessly give way to Legend's own twinkling…

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  • Rare Freddie Mercury Vocals Anchor Hypnotizing New Charity Single

    Rare Freddie Mercury  vocal tracks recorded during the late singer's original Barcelona sessions anchor a stirring new song, "Little Freddie Goes to School," produced by Irish composer Stuart Leathem. Leathem begins "Little Freddie" with a haunting sitar loop and distant drums that build but…

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  • Melvins, Napalm Death Plot Spring 'Savage Imperial Death March' Tour

    The Melvins and Napalm Death will tour North America with Melt Banana next spring on what they've dubbed their "Savage Imperial Death March" tour. "We have been talking about doing a tour like this for a long time, so we are thrilled it's finally happening," Napalm Death's Shane Embury said...

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  • Flashback: Neil Young Joins R.E.M. On Stunning 'Country Feedback'

    R.E.M. and Neil Young are both prolific collaborators, so when the alt-rock stars played an acoustic set at Young's annual benefit concert for Northern California's Bridge School in 1998, it was inevitable that they would end up onstage together. What wasn't predictable was how they chose to…

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  • Dave Grohl, Animal Hit the Skins in Epic 'Muppets' Drum Battle

    Dave Grohl  has overcome countless obstacles throughout his storied career — not even a slippery stage in Sweden could keep the Foo Fighter from shredding  — but the musician finally met his match on ABC's  The Muppets ,  where he faced Animal in a ferocious drum-off. The clip finds the Foo…

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  • The Avett Brothers Announce Major Market Tour

    The Avett Brothers recently announced that the fourth installment in their live album series, Live, Vol. 4 , will be out December 18th, but that won't be the only way to hear the band of banjo brothers in the new year. In April, the folk collective led by Scott and Seth Avett...

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  • Luke Bryan to Perform in Times Square on New Year's Eve

    Luke Bryan is heading to New York City for New Year's Eve. The country superstar joins headliner Carrie Underwood for ABC's annual telecast of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest from Times Square. Bryan is scheduled to perform a medley of his hits. Last week, the "Drink a...

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  • Dierks Bentley Plots European Tour

    Dierks Bentley is heading overseas next spring, following up two previous European tours, with dates in Dublin, London, Manchester and Glasgow in April. Bentley's Riser LP, his seventh studio album, has scored three consecutive Number One hits at country radio with "I Hold On," "Drunk on a Plane"…

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  • Mick Jagger on 'Raunchy' Seventies Rock Drama 'Vinyl'

    About 20 years ago, Mick Jagger had an idea for a dream project: an epic movie that would chart the history of the music business over several decades. To get his vision off the ground, he eventually recruited Martin Scor­sese and Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter. As they worked, it...

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  • Lil Wayne Plots 'Dedication' Tour With Rae Sremmurd

    Lil Wayne  will put fans in far-off places first on his 2016 Dedication Tour, announcing a string of dates between January and March in towns and cities he's rarely visited on previous treks. The 19-date tour begins January 21st in El Paso, Texas, with rising hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd serving as…

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  • Tupac Shakur Biopic Recruits New Director

    Eight months after director John Singleton parted ways  with the Tupac Shakur  biopic – and just a month after his replacement Carl Franklin quietly stepped away from the film – producers have recruited another director to helm the long-in-the-works movie. Music video vet Benny Boom will now take…

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  • Hear Coldplay, Beyonce's Clubby, Dreamlike 'Hymn for the Weekend'

    Coldplay and Beyoncé 's collaborative, clubby "Hymn for the Weekend" finds the "Drunk in Love" singer weaving her voice around the group's R&B-inflected arrangement. "Life is a drink, and love's a drug," Chris Martin sings amid rattling pianos and funky percussion, before he and Beyoncé sing,…

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  • See Anderson East Exorcise Demons With Lively 'Devil in Me'

    Smoky soul singer Anderson East showed off his swampy, barroom gospel on CBS This Morning this past weekend (November 28th), underscoring why he was named one of Rolling Stone Country 's Artists You Need to Know  this summer. Along with "Satisfy Me" and "Find 'Em, Fool 'Em, and Forget 'Em,"…

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  • Eagles of Death Metal Launch Covers Campaign for Paris Charity

    Following the terrorist assault  on Eagles of Death Metal's Paris concert earlier this month, the group has called upon artists of all genres to cover its Zipper Down track "I Love You All the Time" with the intention of donating all proceeds to the families of the attack's victims, including the...

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  • Kelsea Ballerini, Cam Lead CRS New Faces Lineup

    In what certainly looks like a hopeful sign for country radio, a surprisingly diverse lineup of artists has been announced as performers for the 2016 New Faces of Country Music Show on February 10th. Slated to make appearances are Brothers Osborne, Kelsea Ballerini, Cam, Old Dominion and Chris…

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  • Sinead O'Connor Targets Family Following Suicide Threat

    Following her suicide threat  this weekend, Sinead O'Connor  has written a new Facebook post directed at some of her family members. The singer was reportedly found "safe and sound" Sunday after posting to Facebook that she had overdosed at a hotel in Ireland. "Jake, Roisin, Jr., Frank, Donal,...

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  • Bono to Auction Off Bike Ride for (RED) Campaign

    One year after Bono  was seriously injured from a bike accident  in New York City's Central Park, the U2 frontman is auctioning off a bike ride to a donor as part of Shopathon, a campaign for his organization (RED), which raises money to battle AIDS. That ride with rock royalty...

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  • Keith Urban Gets the Hall of Fame Treatment: The Ram Report

    The beauty of Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum lies in the way it expertly honors country music's past while also making just enough room for its present. In recent months, the institution has hosted insightful — and successful — exhibits on contemporary artists like Luke Bryan and…

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