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  • Billy Corgan on Donald Trump: He's 'Running Chaos Theory'

    Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan may not agree with Donald Trump's political agenda, but he does credit the Republican frontrunner with bringing a level of entertainment and uncertainty to what's usually a monotonous road to Election Day. During a Q&A with fans before a Cincinnati concert earlier…

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  • Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Billy Joel Deep Cut?

    Billy Joel has been touring pretty heavily ever since he returned to the road in 2013, and since he hasn't released a new pop album in 22 years he's taken the opportunity to break out some super deep cuts like "Running on Ice," "Sleeping With the Television On" and...

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  • See Brad Paisley Crack a Smile After Flubbing 'Country Nation'

    A little over three minutes into an otherwise flawless performance of his latest single "Country Nation" last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Brad Paisley added a little comedy himself — albeit unintentionally. The singer-guitarist flubbed a line in the song's chorus, singing what…

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  • Merle Haggard Laments New Country Music About 'Screwing on a Tailgate'

    Merle Haggard is one of the most name-checked singers in modern country music, honored by a string of songs — including Eric Church's "Pledge Allegiance to the Hag" and Mo Pitney's "I Met Merle Haggard Today" — that tip their hats to the pioneering outlaw. As it turns out, the...

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  • Jay Z, Solange Dedicate Songs to Beyonce in Poignant Birthday Post

    Jay Z, Solange, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and other loved ones celebrated Beyoncé's 34th birthday Friday with a playlist of songs representing their "most cherished moments" with the singer. The post, which also includes reflections from Beyoncé's parents and daughter, Blue Ivy, was posted…

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  • Watch Tidal's Made in America Festival Livestream

    Jay Z's annual Made in America Festival will swoop into Philadelphia this Labor Day weekend, and the rapper has offered up a livestream of the two-day fest featuring sets by Beyoncé, the Weeknd, Modest Mouse, J. Cole, Bassnectar and more. Tidal will host the "pre-paywall" livestream, which means...

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  • Polyphonic Spree Plot 'Beginning Stages' 15th Anniversary Tour

    Fifteen years after the Polyphonic Spree recorded their breakthrough album The Beginning Stages of…, the robed ensemble will perform that 2000 debut LP in its entirety for the first time during an extensive 15th anniversary trek this fall. Spree singer/leader Tim DeLaughter and his merry band of…

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  • Dr. John Talks New Orleans Music 10 Years After Katrina

    "The whole Lower Ninth Ward hasn't really recovered, but I feel a good spirit in my heart that something is going on — music is coming back slowly," Dr. John declares in his trademark growl, reflecting on the state of his hometown, New Orleans, on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane...

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  • Summer Concert Boom Marks Industry Turnaround

    With the Rolling Stones, U2, Taylor Swift and One Direction on the road during an economic recovery, it's hard to imagine the concert business having anything other than a blockbuster summer. First-half North American ticket sales were up 5.8 percent compared to 2014, according to Pollstar; top…

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  • Alabama Preview the Mountain Music of 'Southern Drawl' Album

    Arguably the most influential country band in history, Alabama are set to return September 18th with their first album of originals in 14 years. Called Southern Drawl, the project finds the Country Music Hall of Famers "getting off the porch" with a sound that revives the magic of country...

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  • Flashback: Pink Floyd Play 'Run Like Hell' at 1990 Charity Gig

    On a rainy Saturday in June of 1990, 120,000 rock fans descended onto a field in Knebworth, England, to witness one of the biggest charity shows of all time. It's not nearly as well-known these days as Live Aid, Live 8, the Concert for New York City or the Concert...

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  • Black Sabbath Announce Final Tour 'The End'

    Black Sabbath have announced "The End," their farewell tour set to kick off in January. The group is promising concerts that "surpass all previous tours with their most mesmerizing production ever." The North American leg begins in January in Omaha and ends in February at New York City's Madison…

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  • Los Angeles County to Create 'Electronic Music Task Force'

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion Tuesday to reinstate a task force that would explore ways to make electronic music festivals safer. It would include reps from county counsel, the sheriff's department, public health, health services and the fire department,…

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  • Watch Cam's Vulnerable 'Burning House' Performance on 'GMA'

    Don't let the ever-present yellow color scheme fool you. There's some serious angst going on behind that bright hue for Cam, the California native who is steadily establishing herself as one of country music's most promising talents. Her latest single "Burning House" is inching toward the Top 10 on…

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  • Lana Del Rey Clarifies 'Anti-Feminist' Comments to James Franco

    Lana Del Rey not only covers the latest issue of V Magazine, she has given a rare interview to James Franco where she clarified her "anti-feminist" quote from her 2014 Fader cover story. Last year, Del Rey told the Fader that "the issue of feminism is just...

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  • Janet Jackson Unveils 'Unbreakable' Track List, Release Date

    Janet Jackson has unveiled the track list and album cover for her upcoming LP Unbreakable, which will arrive October 2nd. The 17-track LP will feature two guests: J. Cole, who appears on first single "No Sleeep," and Missy Elliott, who helped Jackson debut their collaboration "Burnitup!" at the…

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  • Opry Movie to Star Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley

    The Grand Ole Opry, which officially turns 90 years old in November, has a number of special events planned in the months before and after the longest running live radio show in American history reaches that milestone. One of the biggest will no doubt be the documentary concert film which...

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  • Kid Rock to Host Weeklong Johnny Cash Tribute on CMT

    In commemoration of the 12th anniversary of Johnny Cash's death on September 12th, CMT will feature a weeklong tribute to the Man in Black. Longtime Cash fan Kid Rock will host the tribute on the network, which will temporarily rename itself "Cash Music Television." The week of Cash-specific…

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  • Elliott Smith Documentary Producer Details Soundtrack

    The Elliott Smith documentary Heaven Adores You was released to DVD and Blu-ray this July, and like Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, work on the film uncovered a treasure trove of unreleased music and home recordings that will be boiled down into a soundtrack. Pitchfork spoke to Heaven Adores You...

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  • See Dustin Lynch Bring Heart-Pounding 'Hell of a Night' to 'Today'

    Dustin Lynch brought his just-on-the-cusp of going Number One hit "Hell of a Night" to the early crowd this morning, performing the rising single on NBC's Today show on the heels of announcing his first headlining tour. Armed with his signature cowboy hat — and a few extras for the Today...

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