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Run the Jewels Share 'Meow the Jewels' Preview, Add Lil Bub as Guest

Months after Run the Jewels' El-P and Killer Mike pledged to remix their acclaimed Run the Jewels 2 using only cat samples, El-P took to Twitter to offer up a preview of Meow the Jewels and announce that the reworked LP had secured a very special feline guest: Internet sensation Lil Bub.

"Just got a...

Noel Gallagher on Oasis Reunion: 'It Would Only Be for the Money'

When Liam Gallagher's Beady Eye split up in October 2014, Oasis fans immediately began wondering whether Liam and Noel Gallagher could finally cast aside their differences and reunite the (What's the Story) Morning Glory? band after nearly six years apart. 

While Noel Gallagher originally recommended that Liam "should make a solo record," signaling he had no...

Tangerine Dream Founder Edgar Froese Dead at 70

Edgar Froese, founding member and keyboardist of the long-running band Tangerine Dream and an electronic music pioneer, passed away after suffering a pulmonary embolism on January 20th. Froese was 70.

"This is a message to you we are very sorry for… On January 20th, Tuesday afternoon, Edgar Froese suddenly and unexpectedly...

Ryan Adams and Mandy Moore 'Mutually Decided to End Their Marriage'

Ryan Adams' 2014 self-titled album was one of the more downcast, melancholic LPs in the singer-songwriter's vast catalog. While much of Ryan Adams' moodier tone was likely the result of his struggle with the debilitating Ménière's disease and the death of his grandmother, this too perhaps informed his latest album: Ryan Adams and...

Rare Johnny Ramone Guitar Brings $71,000 at Auction

Johnny Ramone's Mosrite guitar, one of only nine Mosrites the legendary punk guitarist owned, sold at auction Thursday for a whopping $71,875, Boston-based auction RR Auction announced. The red guitar, personally owned and used by Ramone for at least seven years, was also autographed by the Rock and Roll Hall...

Hit Songwriter Chris Stapleton Announces Debut Solo Album 'Traveller'

Best known for writing such Number One hits as Luke Bryan's "Drink a Beer" and Josh Turner's "Your Man," Chris Stapleton has announced his debut solo album. The record, titled Traveller, will be released May 5th on Mercury Records. Stapleton gave journalists and Nashville insiders a preview of the album...

Apple, Sony, Google Named in Lawsuits for Playing Pre-1972 Music

The owner of recordings by the Flying Burrito Brothers, Hot Tuna and New Riders of the Purple Sage has filed seven lawsuits against the major streaming companies, alleging they are playing music that was released before 1972 illegally. Among the defendants are Apple's Beats, Sony, Google, Rdio, Songza, Slacker and...

Kanye West Reveals He Asked Paul McCartney About Sex in the Sixties

As we've come to expect from Kanye West, new music can arrive at any minute, like when the rapper dropped new track "Only One," featuring Paul McCartney, on New Year's Eve. At the iHeartMedia Music Summit in Burbank, California on Thursday, West premiered his rumored duet with Rihanna to an audience filled with music industry figures,...

Watch Cracker's Twangy Homage to the Country Side of California

California alt-rock stalwarts Cracker explore both the punk and country sides to their sound on the double LP Berkeley to Bakersfield. One of the highlights of the project — that is quickly becoming a live favorite, judging by a recent performance at City Winery in Nashville — is "California Country...

Black Keys Cancel European Tour After Patrick Carney Injury

The Black Keys have been forced to cancel their upcoming European tour after drummer Patrick Carney sustained a serious shoulder injury in early January. "We are very sorry to have to cancel our upcoming performances through March 10th. Patrick needs time to heal," the band said in a statement. "We thank all...

Watch Perry Farrell Dish on Creative Process With Mario Batali in New Show

Mario Batali welcomes Jane's Addiction frontman and Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell into the kitchen in this exclusive new clip from the popular chef's upcoming web series, Feedback Kitchen. The new Dailymotion show finds Batali clinking glasses and talking about the creative process with a number of musicians, then serving up a special dish inspired...

Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley Headline Faster Horses Festival 2015

The third annual Faster Horses Festival in Brooklyn, Michigan, boasts a who's-who list of country stars. Florida Georgia Line, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will headline the three-day event, set for July 17th — 19th on the grounds of the Michigan International Speedway.

Also on the bill are Frankie Ballard, Kristian...

Kid Rock Snipes at 'Piece of Sh-t' Michael Moore

Update: Seth Rogen has replied to Kid Rock's uncle comment. "What's super weird is that Kid Rock is my uncle," he wrote in a tweet. He also published a statement saying that he liked American Sniper and has nothing against veterans or the movie's subject, Chris Kyle.

Filmmakers Michael Moore and Seth Rogen's negative comments regarding the...

Puddle of Mudd Singer Arrested for Riding Baggage Carousel

Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin was arrested last week at the Denver airport after embracing his inner child riding a baggage carousel, Colorado's 9News reports.

According to a report from the Denver police, Scantlin — in flagrant disregard for signs reading "keep out" and "do not ride the carousel" — was seen running...

HBO Stocks Two-Night Frank Sinatra Doc With Rare 1971 Footage

Oscar-winner Alex Gibney's new, four-hour documentary on Frank Sinatra, Sinatra: All or Nothing At All, will premiere over two nights on HBO, airing at 8 p.m. ET/PT on April 5th and 6th.

The film takes an in-depth look at Sinatra's life and storied career, with Gibney utilizing hours of archived interviews, as...

Rush Announce Dates for 'Likely Last Major Tour of This Magnitude'

After months of rumors, Rush have announced tour dates for their 40th anniversary tour. They plan on hitting 34 cities across North America, kicking off May 8th in Tulsa, Oklahoma and wrapping up August 1st in Los Angeles. "These not-to-be-missed concerts will highlight four decades of the band’s music," the...

Ralph Stanley on His All-Star Album With Robert Plant, Dierks Bentley

"He's been so fully formed as a force of nature that his voice is just a beautiful, unique gift from God": Singer-songwriter-producer Jim Lauderdale has boatloads of praise for bluegrass icon Ralph Stanley, whose latest album, Ralph Stanley and Friends: Man of Constant Sorrow, was released this week through Cracker Barrel...

Bob Dylan: The Government's Not Going to Create Jobs. Billionaires Can

UPDATE: As part of his interview with AARP the Magazine, Bob Dylan has agreed to ship 50,000 copies of his new album Shadows in the Night to randomly selected AARP subscribers. 

Bob Dylan has a solution for unemployment: Let the billionaires step up. In a new interview with AARP, the 73-year-old singer...

Shania Twain Immortalizes Las Vegas Residency on Live CD, DVD

The long, long wait for new music from Shania Twain continues, but the global superstar is returning to store shelves with a new CD and DVD. Fresh from her two-year residency in Las Vegas, which wrapped in December, the country-pop superstar is set to release Shania: Still the One Live...

Ariana Grande to Perform at the 2015 NBA All-Star Game

Ariana Grande will perform at halftime of the 2015 NBA All-Star Game, set for Sunday, February 15 at New York's Madison Square Garden.

The 21-year-old singer – coming off a breakout year that included a Number 1 album, four Top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, a pair of Grammy nominations...

Garage Rockers the Sonics Return With New Rager 'Bad Betty'

Decades after the release of their last album, garage rockers the Sonics are returning with a new LP, This Is the Sonics. The group, best known lately for their raucous 1965 recording of "Have Love Will Travel," heralded the news with a gritty, sax-powered single, "Bad Betty." Previously, the This...

Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley Lead 2015 iHeartRadio Country Festival Lineup

Austin will add 'country' to its Live Music Capital of the World nickname on May 2nd, when some of Nashville's biggest names descend on the Texas city for the second annual iHeartRadio Country Festival. Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and Brantley Gilbert are the first artists announced for the...

Vince Gill and Friends Tour to Feature Ashley Monroe, Charlie Worsham, Jenny Gill

Vince Gill is embarking on a mini-tour in March that will see the Country Music Hall of Famer sharing the stage with three of his favorite collaborators.

The Vince Gill & Friends Tour will feature singer-songwriters Ashley Monroe and Charlie Worsham, along with the singer's daughter, Jenny Gill, with all four...

On the Charts: Meghan Trainor Channels 'Bass' Into Number One Album

COULD SHE BE A SINGLES AND ALBUMS ARTIST?: Meghan Trainor's pathway to Number One — her debut Title moved 238,000 units and displaced Taylor Swift's long-reigning 1989 this week— has been more Pharrell Williams than, say, Lecrae. Whereas Williams exploded with a super-hot single, then released an album, then hit Number One...

David Byrne Enlists St. Vincent, Kelis, Nelly Furtado for Colorguard Concerts

David Byrne has announced a series of concerts where an all-star roster of 10 artists will be accompanied onstage by 10 high school colorguard teams from around the country in an event dubbed Contemporary Color. Tune-Yards, St. Vincent, Kelis, Nelly Furtado and Byrne himself are among the performers who will join...

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