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  • Billy Corgan on D'arcy Wretzky: 'Encouraged to Hear That She Is Playing Music'

    Smashing Pumpkins  wrapped up their In Plainsong tour Sunday, a jaunt that saw frontman Billy Corgan and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin reuniting with guitarist James Iha  for the first time in 16 years. Corgan penned a tour postmortem on his Facebook  Monday, and he subtly left the door open for…

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  • Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Music and Activism

    The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now , our first-ever podcast, is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes , or check it out below. For this episode, we discuss the fact that many pop stars and rockers have causes – but when are they really able to...

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  • Garbage Plan Summer Tour in Support of New Album

    Garbage  will support their new album Strange Little Birds , their first LP in four years, this summer with a month-long U.S. headlining tour. Shirley Manson, Butch Vig and company kick off their 20-date trek July 6th at Milwaukee's Summerfest. Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, May 6th;…

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  • Deadmau5 Talks Video Game Obsession, Lazy DJs

    "I'm no coach and I'm no pro myself,"  Deadmau5 says of his relationship with video games. "I love watching professionals play more than I love sitting there 20 hours a day trying be a pro myself." On Sunday afternoon, the DJ and  Twitter provocateur found time for both, challenging a...

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  • Kacey Musgraves Leads G Fest Lineup

    Kacey Musgraves has been announced as one of the performers at the inaugural G Fest in honor of late country legend Merle Haggard. Set for June 16th through the 18th in the Haggard-immortalized town Muskogee, Oklahoma, the three-day festival also includes Old Crow Medicine Show, the Avett Brothers,…

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  • Keith Urban Plans Special Shows for 'Ripcord' Release

    Keith Urban's summer tour doesn't officially kick off until June 2nd, nearly a month after his new album Ripcord hits stores. To celebrate the release in a timelier fashion, though, the singer will hit the road this week for a string of one-off launch events in three cities. First up is...

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  • See Dixie Chicks' Stripped-Down Cover of Beyonce's 'Daddy Lessons'

    The Dixie Chicks' North American tour just got an upgrade, with nine shows added to what is now a 50-city run. Kicking off June 1st in Cincinnati, the DCX MMXVI Tour will stretch a wide arc across North America before wrapping up on October 10th in Natalie Maines' adopted hometown...

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  • Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, the Who Tease Mega-Festival

    The Rolling Stones , Bob Dylan , Paul McCartney , the Who  and Roger Waters have all released teasers surrounding their involvement in a rumored mega-festival set to take place at the Coachella festival grounds in October. All of the acts posted teasers for the blockbuster fall event on their…

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  • See Carrie Underwood Channel Freddie Mercury and C-3PO at ACC Awards

    Carrie Underwood's current single goes by the name "Church Bells," and at the May 1st American Country Countdown Awards she seemed to be paying tribute to two saints from the house of pop. The newly-crowned ACC Awards Female Vocalist of the Year delivered a strutting performance of the song…

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  • Toby Keith on ACCA Haggard Tribute: 'He's a Big Part of My Life'

    When the producers of Sunday night's American Country Countdown Awards approached Toby Keith about playing a tribute to his musical hero, Merle Haggard, he didn't have to think twice. "He was always really a good person to me," said Keith of Haggard, who died April 6th . "Between the closeness…

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  • On the Charts: Beyonce's 'Lemonade' Stirs Up Number One

    Beyoncé 's surprise new album Lemonade  stormed to Number One on the Billboard 200 on the strength of the best-selling week of 2016. Since debuting April 23rd on HBO – and after a period of Tidal streaming exclusivity before it became available for purchase – Lemonade sold 576,000 total copies....

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  • Pearl Jam Perform 'Ten' in Its Entirety at Philadelphia Concert

    Pearl Jam  performed their second of two Philadelphia shows Friday night at the city's Wells Fargo Center, a concert that marked the band's 10th consecutive sell-out at the venue. To celebrate, not only did the Wells Fargo Center put up a banner  commemorating Pearl Jam's achievement, the band…

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  • Tom DeLonge on Blink-182: 'We Do Have a Future Together'

    Tom DeLonge elaborated on his statement to Rolling Stone that he's still in Blink-182,  the guitarist said in a lengthy Facebook message. The update arrives after the band announced their new album California , which will feature original members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker as well as Alkaline…

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  • Hear Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice's Sunny 'A Little More Love'

    Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice have teamed up on a new single called “A Little More Love,” and the track was released to iTunes on April 29th. Written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby and Kristi Neumann, the laid back tune is built for grooving and good times, with a...

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  • Zappa Family Trust Threatens Dweezil Zappa Over Band Name

    This summer, Dweezil Zappa and his backing band will once again perform the music of his father Frank Zappa  on a nationwide tour, but unlike the past decade, the guitarist will be playing under a different moniker. Instead of Zappa Plays Zappa, the touring unit will now be dubbed Dweezil...

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  • N.W.A's MC Ren on Kiss, Gene Simmons: 'Them Dudes Is a Joke'

    N.W.A 's MC Ren is still angry at Gene Simmons ' negative statements about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducting rap artists. "That dude is real arrogant," the rapper tells Rolling Stone . "It's like, how he's looking at us, how he know that people before him in rock...

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  • Rock Hall of Fame Induction Set for HBO With N.W.A, Cheap Trick, More

    The 31st Rock and Roll Hall of Fame  induction ceremony featuring N.W.A, Cheap Trick, Steve Miller, Chicago and Deep Purple will air April 30th at 8 p.m. ET on HBO. The show featured performances from all the inductees except N.W.A., as well as tributes to David Bowie  and Glenn...

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  • Trey Anastasio Recalls Phish's Night Partying With Prince

    Phish  have covered  Prince many times during the past three decades, playing "1999" while ringing in that same year at Madison Square Garden, plus dozens of versions of "Purple Rain." Discussing what Prince meant to him, frontman Trey Anastasio recalls the night of November 11th, 1996, when Prince…

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  • Charley Pride Embarks on 50th Anniversary Tour

    Fifty years ago, country radio shattered the color barrier as Mississippi native Charley Pride launched his groundbreaking career with his Top Ten debut hit, "Just Between You and Me." Three years later he began a string of chart-topping tunes that eventually earned him CMA Entertainer of the Year…

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  • Hear Florida Georgia Line Blend Spirituality, Carnality on ‘H.O.L.Y.’

    In an alternate timeline scenario, Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley exited the Bridgestone Arena after last November's CMA Awards — battered and bruised, shoulders slumped in defeat after helplessly watching  Chris Stapleton and Justin Timberlake lay waste to the room in the…

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