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Roger Waters Reminds Curious Fans: 'I Am Not Part of Pink Floyd'

Founding Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters left the group bitterly in 1985 and famously sued his ex-bandmates at the time for wishing to carry on with the group's name, but some of his fans appear to have forgotten this. The singer-songwriter has issued a note on Facebook to remind his...

Tom Morello's New Sound: 'Very Hard and Very Funky'

Last night, Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, Street Sweeper Social Club and the E Street Band guitarist Tom Morello received the Courage Campaign's Spirit of Courage Award in a ceremony at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California. The award is meant to honor "someone who exemplifies courage in the...

Kenny Chesney Tops Country Charts With 'Revival'

Kenny Chesney's 17th album, The Big Revival, debuted at Number Two on the Billboard 200 chart this week, barely missing the top spot. Co-produced by Chesney himself and loaded with guest appearances by Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski and Grace Potter (who also teamed up with Chesney for the Grammy-nominated "You and...

Antemasque Thrash Around in Live Video for 'In the Lurch'

Antemasque, the new project from former members of The Mars Volta and At the Drive-In, continue to prep for the official release of their debut album with a live video of their prog-rock track "In the Lurch," to which Flea contributed earlier this year. Obscured slightly by the band’s signature logo, frontman Cedric...

50 Cent, Gloria Allred Team Up for Educational Reality Show 'Dream School'

Four years ago, 50 Cent had an epiphany about his contribution to society. "I started assessing my legacy and how I want people to remember me," he tells Rolling Stone at a press event for the second season of SundanceTV's education-based reality show Dream School. "Not as a guy who made a...

'The Velvet Underground' to Get 'Super Deluxe Reissue' for 45th Anniversary

The Velvet Underground's self-titled third album will be reissued as a six-disc "super deluxe" set to celebrate its 45th anniversary this fall. The record, which was the group's first without founding violist John Cale and is home to the single "What Goes On" and fan favorites "Pale Blue Eyes" and "Candy Says,"...

CMA Unwraps Details of 2014 'Country Christmas' TV Special

Jennifer Nettles is returning for the fifth time to host the CMA Country Christmas special on ABC and she's joined by a sleighful of stars. Dan + Shay, Brett Eldredge, Sara Evans, Lucy Hale, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town, Idina Menzel, LeAnn Rimes, Michael W. Smith and Carrie Underwood are...

On the Charts: Lady Gaga and Prince Look to Boost a Slow Year

Remember that time 32 years ago when the record industry was in a slump and Michael Jackson released Thriller to save everybody? Labels better hope Taylor Swift's 1989 is like that. Album sales are down 14 percent (still) and track sales are down 13 percent (still), and while streaming revenues are...

RZA Details, Sets Release for Wu-Tang Clan Reunion LP 'A Better Tomorrow'

Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA has dropped exciting knowledge about the pioneering rap group's upcoming reunion LP, A Better Tomorrow. In a recent Billboard interview, the rapper-producer assured fans that "the entire 10 Clan members" (Wu affiliate Cappadonna is now a permanent member) will appear on the album, which he says will be released in time for the...

Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' Video to Live Again as 3-D Film

Michael Jackson's 14-minute music video for "Thriller" will be getting revived in 3-D next year, now that the clip's director, John Landis, has settled a legal dispute with the singer's estate. Although he is still working out specifics, the filmmaker hopes to release the video – which was the most expensive clip...

Watch Darius Rucker's 'Homegrown' Video, Filmed at Home State Show

Darius Rucker proves with his brand-new video for "Homegrown Honey" that you can take the girl out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the girl. A boot-sporting, whiskey-shooting video vixen takes center stage, making some New York City boys salivate. Clips of her barroom flirtation...

Hear Stevie Nicks' Mick Fleetwood Tribute 'Watch Chain'

For 24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault, Stevie Nicks' first new album since 2011's In Your Dreams, the singer-songwriter combed through nearly a half-century of her unreleased or unrecorded material, picking out the best songs and bringing them back to life. "Each one is the story of what was going on...

Ryan Adams Reinvents Foreigner's Epic Power Ballad

For years, Ryan Adams has trotted out some seriously unexpected covers during his live shows, turning songs like Iron Maiden's "Wasted Years" and Danzig's "Mother" into heartbreaking, bare-boned folk ballads. He tackled another old-school tune — Foreigner's 1984 chart-topper "I Want to Know What Love Is" — during a recent performance...

Spandau Ballet Relive the Romance in 'Soul Boys' Documentary

Just before his band's encore at London's Royal Albert Hall on September 30th, singer Tony Hadley of New Romantic survivors Spandau Ballet told a story about seeing his vocal hero, Frank Sinatra, at this opulent Victorian theater in the late Seventies and actually meeting the Chairman of the Board backstage....

Fleetwood Mac Reunite With Christine McVie at Golden Minneapolis Show

Sixteen years of domestic life in the English countryside, playing with her dogs and baking cookies – that was apparently quite enough for Christine McVie. The singer and keyboardist rejoined Fleetwood Mac earlier this year, and, at 71, she's touring with her old band – singer-guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, singer Stevie Nicks,...

Watch Kendrick Lamar Rap With Prince on 'What's My Name'

When the Purple One asks you to collaborate, you comply. As part of Tuesday's Yahoo livestream special, in celebration of his two new studio albums, Prince teamed with rapper Kendrick Lamar for a funky take on "What's My Name," a rare track from Prince's 1998 box set, Crystal Ball. Check out Lamar's reliably...

Marty Stuart Talks Sin, Redemption on 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'

For 43 years, Marty Stuart has been one of country music's most dedicated archeologists. Beyond his role as singer, songwriter and mandolin picker, the Mississippi native and longtime Grand Ole Opry star has been collecting and exploring nearly every aspect of the genre and its many subgenres. He has also...

Neal McCoy Honors Charley Pride With Extended Tribute Album

Country Music Hall of Fame member Charley Pride will be saluted with the November 3rd release of Neal McCoy's Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride — Deluxe Edition, available at Cracker Barrel store locations and online at The 13-track collection of hits originally recorded by the iconic Pride will...

Jimmy Page Forming New Band, Says Led Zeppelin Reunion 'Doesn't Look Likely'

Jimmy Page has finally faced facts: Robert Plant is just not that into a Led Zeppelin reunion.

Speaking Tuesday in an onstage Q&A at the London launch of the latest batch of Zeppelin reissues, Page – who has agitated for a more permanent reunion ever since the band's triumphant one-off 2007 show at London's O2 Arena...

Kenny Rogers Blends Holiday and Country Classics on 2014 Christmas Tour

Kenny Rogers will deck the halls in 22 cities this November and December, as he crosses the U.S. and Canada on his 33rd holiday tour. The country legend's Christmas & Hits Through the Years trek, with special guest Linda Davis, will kick off November 12th with a four-night run in Niagra...

Watch Alabama Make a 'Tennessee River' Run With Jason Aldean — Video Premiere

Last November, Alabama gathered some of their most famous friends and hit up Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for a sold-out, guest-heavy performance. That concert, which featured collaborations with everyone from Trisha Yearwood to Jamey Johnson, hits stores today in the form of Alabama & Friends at the Ryman, a DVD and...

Americana Supergroup Trigger Hippy Release Debut Album

When Trigger Hippy, the roots supergroup founded by Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, made its AmericanaFest debut earlier this month, it was difficult to think of a festival act that better embodied the idea of Americana. Led by Gorman, the members of the cleverly monikered collective — singers Joan Osborne and...

See Rancid Play Three Punky Ragers From New Album

Rancid didn't merely announce that they were putting out their eighth studio record this fall; they made a sampler video. To accompany the news that ...Honor Is All We Know would be coming out on October 27th, the long-running punk quartet filmed themselves playing three songs from the record: "Collision...

Malcolm Young's Family Confirms AC/DC Guitarist's Dementia

The family of founding AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has confirmed the illness that forced the 61-year-old to quit the band. "Malcolm is suffering from dementia and the family thanks you for respecting their privacy," they said in a statement, according to People

The group had previously announced in April that Young...

Flashback: Bob Dylan Sings 'I Shall Be Released' With Elvis Costello

By the spring of 1995 Bob Dylan had been on the road for a solid eight years, and even though the general public and the media were barely paying attention, his shows were starting to get really, really good.

Trying to pinpoint the exact reason why this happened is a fool's...

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