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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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  • Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best David Bowie Deep Cut?

    David Bowie's kept a very low profile since a heart attack prematurely ended his 2004 world tour, but he did release a new album in 2013 and just this week a snippet of his new song "Blackstar" came out . It's the theme to the upcoming heist series The...

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  • Watch Dave Grohl Reunite With Battle of the Bands Rival Onstage

    Foo Fighters ' Sonic Highways tour has witnessed a number of strange occurrences over the past few months: A shattered leg , a rickrolling of the Westboro Baptist Church , Foo fans covering Rush  and onstage invites for Jewel and Dave Grohl's doctor. However, at Foo Fighters' Memphis gig Wednesday…

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  • Easton Corbin Explains Why 'Yup' Was a Hard Sell

    Easton Corbin wasn't always sold on his new single "Yup." In fact, he tells Rolling Stone Country , he didn't really like it the first time he heard it. "It's a little different from what people normally hear from me, but it's a good thing to change it up a little bit,"...

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  • Not Sucking in Their Seventies: Rock Lifers Go the Distance

    We've reached a strange and wondrous moment where if you're in the mood for some Seventies guitar rock, you might end up listening to a new album recorded by a rocker in his seventies. There certainly was no guarantee things would turn out this way, partly because no one ever...

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  • Watch the Band Perry Bring Colorful 'Live Forever' to 'Ellen'

    With their 2015 tour coming to a close at the end of the month, the Band Perry are wrapping up the year with a handful of high-profile appearances. First up: a performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show , where the siblings tackled their newest single, "Live Forever," yesterday afternoon. …

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  • Koopsta Knicca, Three 6 Mafia Rapper, Dead at 40

    Robert "Koopsta Knicca" Cooper Phillips, a member of the Memphis hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia , passed away early Friday after suffering a massive stroke. Phillips was 40. Three 6 Mafia co-founder DJ Paul confirmed Knicca's death to the Commercial Appeal , saying in a statement that the rapper…

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  • Madonna Attends Late-Night Prince Concert at Paisley Park

    Two musical titans collided in Minnesota late Thursday night as Madonna  attended an intimate Paisley Park jam session hosted by Prince . Minnesota public radio station the Current reports  that Madonna and her entire touring crew – having performed at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center earlier in the…

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  • Kelela on 'Hallucinogen' EP, Writing 'Bangers' That Carole King Could Cover

    The singer Kelela seemed to emerge fully formed in 2013 with Cut 4 Me , an artful debut mixtape that emphasized atmosphere over groove: Vocals seeped and curled like smoke around off-kilter, bass-heavy beats. But since then, this rising star has kept a low profile, appearing on songs with Bok Bok,…

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  • Dwight Yoakam and Jack Black to Produce New Nashville Comedy

    There's a neighborhood in East Nashville known as "Little Hollywood," but it seems the city as a whole is adopting that moniker. Following in the footsteps of ABC's Nashville , Jack Black has partnered up with another Tenacious "D" — Dwight Yoakam — to produce a new comedy series set in...

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  • How to Double Your Money Every 4 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • Depeche Mode Singer Praises Metallica's 'Pop Songs,' Talks Early Tool

    Ever since Rolling Stone published an article exploring Depeche Mode 's influence on heavy metal earlier this year, people have been asking the group's frontman, Dave Gahan, how he feels about groups like Marilyn Manson and Metallica. "Once it's written, it must be true," he says with a...

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  • Brad Paisley Promises Presidential CMA Awards: The Ram Report

    Brad Paisley's appreciation for the newsmakers of 2015 is the subject of today's Ram Report. The eight-time CMA Awards co-host told Rolling Stone Country and other reporters backstage at this week's  All for the Hall event in New York that writing jokes for last year's awards broadcast was a…

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  • Kendrick Lamar Plots Intimate Kunta's Groove Sessions Tour

    "Music! Dance! Performance!"  Kendrick Lamar  promises all this and more on the rapper's inaugural Kunta's Groove Sessions, a series of eight intimate concerts that will find Lamar backed by a live band (dubbed the Wesley Theory, a nod to  To Pimp a Butterfly 's opening track) as well as his fellow…

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