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  • Cee Lo Green Speaks on 'Highly Irresponsible' Rape Tweets

    Cee Lo Green has apologized for controversial tweets regarding rape that the singer made in August 2014 after he pleaded no contest to drug charges. "I do realize in retrospect that it was highly sensitive, what I tweeted – highly irresponsible," Green said. "It did stem from emotion causing some...

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  • Drake Roasts Meek Mill, Brings Out Kanye, Pharrell at OVO Festival Set

    Drake escalated his ongoing beef with Meek Mill Monday night, closing out Toronto's OVO Fest with a performance highlighted by guests – including Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Future and Travi$ Scott – and memes making fun of his rap rival. The Toronto native opened his set by performing his two…

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  • Reba McEntire, Narvel Blackstock Allude to Divorce After 26 Years

    Country icon Reba McEntire and her manager-husband Narvel Blackstock are calling it quits. While the couple does not use the word "divorce" in a joint statement released today, they do declare "the end of their marriage" after 26 years of matrimony. "Narvel Blackstock and Reba McEntire…

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  • Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale Are Divorcing

    Longtime No Doubt singer and The Voice star Gwen Stefani has filed from divorce from husband Gavin Rossdale, according to TMZ. The couple, married in 2002, reportedly filed divorce documents at the same time, with Stefani citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split. The couple…

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  • New Jimi Hendrix Documentary Focuses on Historic Atlanta Pop Concert

    The Jimi Hendrix Experience's July 4th, 1970 performance at the Atlanta Pop Festival will be the subject of a new documentary and live album. Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church, a film about the guitar god's Atlanta Pop set and the circumstances surrounding it, will premiere on Showtime on September…

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  • Kip Moore Brings 'Wild Ones' on Fall Tour

    On the verge of his long-awaited second album's release, Kip Moore has announced a 20-date North American headlining tour this fall. The Wild Ones Tour will begin in October, making stops in major markets including New York City, Toronto, Chicago and Boston until the December finale in Richmond,…

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  • D'Angelo, Ed Sheeran to Lead Bill Withers Tribute at Carnegie Hall

    D'Angelo, Ed Sheeran and Sheryl Crow will help welcome Bill Withers back to Carnegie Hall on October 1st, leading an all-star lineup that will pay tribute to the soul musician, who was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The initial lineup for the show, aptly dubbed "Lean...

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  • Dolly Parton Makes It Personal at Rare Nashville Show

    Although she lives just a few miles south of Nashville's downtown Ryman Auditorium, on the rare occasions Dolly Parton is in town, she is, by her own admission, something of a homebody. But this past weekend, the music icon ventured out to play two sold-out concerts at the Ryman to...

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  • Don Henley Unveils 'Cass County' Fall Tour, Bonus Tracks

    Don Henley has mapped out an autumn tour in support of Cass County, the Eagles drummer's first solo LP in 15 years. After finally wrapping up the Eagles' two-year History farewell tour in late July, Henley will head back out on the road starting October 3rd at Phoenix's Comerica...

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  • Hear Danny Brown and Clams Casino's Woozy 'Worth It'

    Danny Brown and producer Clams Casino have dropped their collaborative "Worth It," a spacey jam recorded for the ongoing Adult Swim Singles program. On the track, Brown ponders deeply about the hip-hop lifestyle, asking, "Is it really worth it? / For fast cars and ice / Do you wanna live...

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  • Thomas Rhett Previews Progressive New Album 'Tangled Up'

    On his second album, Tangled Up, Thomas Rhett says fans can expect even more of the funk, soul and R&B flavor of the project's feel-good first single, "Crash and Burn." "In all genres, old is becoming new and old is becoming fresh," he tells Rolling Stone Country. "It's been going on...

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  • Lollapalooza Briefly Evacuated Following Severe Weather

    Lollapalooza was briefly evacuated Sunday afternoon after unexpected thunderstorms swept into the Chicago area, bringing severe weather to Grant Park. "Lollapalooza officials are continuing to coordinate with the Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) to monitor weather…

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  • David Byrne Pens Op-Ed Asking for Streaming Transparency

    David Byrne has penned an op-ed calling for more transparency between the streaming services, the record labels and artists. Writing in the New York Times, the former Talking Heads singer seems more accepting of streaming than many of his musical peers – it "saved a record industry that...

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  • New York Lawmakers Clash Over 'Billy Joel Boulevard'

    Billy Joel will permanently close out New York's famed Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum with a concert Tuesday night, but the Piano Man singer, a Long Island icon himself, has state lawmakers split over a bill that would name a nearby street after him. Plans to rename a stretch of Route 107 in...

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  • Dr. Dre Details Long-Awaited 'Compton: A Soundtrack'

    The rumors are true: Dr. Dre will release a new album in the near future. The rapper took to his Beats 1 radio show The Pharmacy to confirm reports of a Straight Outta Compton soundtrack produced by Dre as well as additional details regarding Dre's first LP since 1999's...

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  • Andre 3000 Cast in 'American Crime' Second Season

    Andre 3000 has been cast in the upcoming second season of the ABC drama American Crime. On the anthology series, the Outkast rapper will play Michael Lacroix, a prominent Midwest architect whose son gets embroiled in a scandal at an elite private school, The Hollywood Reporter writes. The...

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  • Watch Bruce Springsteen's Surprise Performance With U2

    The first clue came during the end of "Beautiful Day" when Bono sang a few lines of "Hungry Heart." It lasted no more than six seconds, but it seemed to confirm rumors that had been flying around for weeks that Bruce Springsteen was going to come out for the final night of...

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  • Country Legend Lynn Anderson Dead at 67

    Singer-songwriter Lynn Anderson, a dynamic Grammy-winning performer whose 1970 single, "Rose Garden," was a country and pop hit throughout the world, died Thursday night at Nashville's Vanderbilt University Medical Center after suffering a heart attack. According to the Tennessean, Anderson was…

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  • Watch Jason Aldean Bring Sultry 'Tonight' to 'Today'

    Earlier this morning, Jason Aldean treated NBC's Today audience at New York City's Rockefeller Plaza to a four-song set, including his latest single "Tonight Looks Good on You." The song, which recently reached Number 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay Chart, is Aldean's third single from his 2014…

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  • 5 Things We Learned From Sturgill Simpson's Interview With Foos Guitarist

    With the Foo Fighters winding their summer-long tour to a close, lead guitarist Chris Shiflett is shifting some of his focus back to his Walking the Floor podcast. Now at its 28th episode, the series finds Shiflett talking shop with songwriters, sidemen and storytellers. It's a conversation between…

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