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Billy Joel's Biographer Compiles an Ultimate Piano Man Playlist

It's not like he ever really went away, but Billy Joel's return to the full flush of stardom has become all the more evident with his recent honors, including an ASCAP Centennial Award and the Library of Congress' Gershwin Prize. He recently announced further shows in his record-breaking residency at...

Creed's Scott Stapp Reveals He's Homeless in Jarring New Video

Creed's Scott Stapp has apparently fallen on some hard times. Fifteen years after the band's Human Clay sold over 11 million copies, the lead singer now finds himself "penniless" and reduced to living in a Holiday Inn, Stapp says in a jarring 15-minute video that he posted on his Facebook page (via...

Garth Brooks Remains Number One, Cancels TV Appearances

Garth Brooks may be a Man Against Machine, but the machine certainly isn't against him — for the second week in a row, the pride of Oklahoma tops the Billboard Country Albums chart, proving that distance does indeed make the heart grow fonder. It had been since 2001 that Brooks...

One Direction Outsell Taylor Swift for New Number One Spot

With Black Friday upon us this week, the blockbusters have finally kicked in — will Taylor Swift and One Direction make a dent in the numbers? Album sales ticked down another notch this week to down 12 percent year-over-year (as opposed to last week, when they were down 13 percent). Track sales,...

Ronnie Milsap Reflects on Ray Charles, Elvis and Entering the Country Hall of Fame

Ronnie Milsap didn't just dominate country music in the Seventies and Eighties, he helped redefine it. One of the genre's most successful crossover acts of all time, Milsap blended rock & roll, soul and pop, and took songs with those elements to the top of the country charts a staggering...

Lorde Performs 'Yellow Flicker Beat,' Talks Taylor Swift Friendship on 'Tonight Show'

"Our next guest made her U.S. TV debut on our Late Night show last year and since then has become one of the most popular artists in music," host Jimmy Fallon said while introducing Lorde on Tuesday night's Tonight Show. The teenage New Zealand singer's rise has been nothing short of meteoric:...

Rascal Flatts Reveal Secrets Behind Vocal Acrobatics on New Single 'Riot'

After scoring their first Number One in two years when "Rewind" hit the top spot on the Mediabase chart in June, Rascal Flatts' return to chart dominance stumbled a bit with the follow-up "Payback," an oddly aggressive track with a rock beat that stalled just shy of the Top 20. With...

Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best Protest Song?

The massive demonstrations flaring up across the country this week in the wake of the Ferguson grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown have a lot of people thinking back to the 1960s. It was a time when the airwaves were full...

Hear a Lost Waylon Jennings Recording of 'Sunday Morning Comin' Down'

When Record Store Day opens for business at music shops around the country on Black Friday, it'll do so with a triple shot of Waylon Jennings. Black Country Rock, the independent record label run by the proto-outlaw's son, Shooter Jennings, has readied a special seven-inch vinyl record of Waylon performing three...

Flashback: Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton Bring Hair and Harmony to Johnny Cash Show

Something to be thankful for this (and every) Thanksgiving: that country music gave us musicians like Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. A bonus? The time those two icons performed together for a 1983 TV special that also featured Kris Kristofferson and Brenda Lee, both of whom had appeared alongside Parton and Nelson on a 1982...

Joni Mitchell Reveals Why She Nixed Taylor Swift-Starring Biopic

In April 2012, it was reported that Taylor Swift was in talks to portray folk legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Joni Mitchell in the big-screen adaptation of Girls Like Us, a book that focuses on the impact of Mitchell, Carol King and Carly Simon. As recently as October 2012, Swift...

Watch Jake Owen Shed His Summery Image in Stark 'What We Ain't Got' Video

By now, Jake Owen has explained many times why he felt compelled to record Travis Meadows' moving ballad, "What We Ain't Got": The tune, warning about a grass-is-greener mentality, connected with Owen on a personal, visceral level. But when it came time to film a video for his current single, the singer...

Watch Former Civil Wars Singer Joy Williams Duet With Paramore's Hayley Williams

It's been four months since the Civil Wars came to a close — not with a peaceful truce, but with a sad ceasefire prompted by problems that the duo wouldn't announce (and couldn't resolve) — and bandmate Joy Williams has a found a new duet partner… even if it's just...

Kurt Cobain Doc 'Montage of Heck' to Premiere on HBO in 2015

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, the first fully authorized documentary about the late Nirvana frontman, will see release on HBO in 2015. The film is the first to be made with the cooperation of Cobain's family, and was written, directed and produced by Oscar-nominee Brett Morgen (On the Ropes, Crossfire Hurricane).

Morgen and...

Ferguson: Killer Mike, Pharrell, Macklemore React to Grand Jury Verdict

As protestors took to the streets in Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury revealed they would not pursue charges against police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, many artists reacted to the news via Twitter, and some musicians took part in the protests.

Rapper Killer Mike, who was scheduled...

Monty Python Song Named Top Funeral Choice

Monty Python's "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life," the jaunty singalong that first appeared in the comedy troupe's 1979 film The Life of Brian, has long been a staple at funerals for its optimistic tone, bubbly melody and lyrics about one's own demise. But in a new survey of funeral directors, the...

Flashback: Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson Make Music History

Waylon Jennings once famously said he "couldn't go pop with a mouthful of firecrackers," yet with an album of previously released material, he did help country music reach a milestone heretofore reserved for pop and rock albums. On this day in 1976, Wanted! The Outlaws, an LP on which Jennings...

Jenny Lewis Unearths Rare Recordings for Limited-Edition Record Store Day Single

Black Friday just got a little brighter. 

On November 28th, Jenny Lewis will release Pax-Am Sessions, a seven-inch vinyl single featuring two alternate performances of songs from her newest solo record, The Voyager. The single is one of several releases hitting the racks this week in celebration of Record Store Day,...

Watch an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Clip of Bowie's 'Little Drummer Boy'

The collaboration defied musical logic. But in 1977, art-rock icon David Bowie and smooth crooner Bing Crosby came together for a now-infamous duet of the holiday staple "Little Drummer Boy" for Crosby's TV special Bing Crosby's A Merrie Olde Christmas. It's a fascinating moment in pop history – one examined in detail...

Watch the Who's Throwback Video for New Single 'Be Lucky'

This fall, the Who celebrated their 50th anniversary with a major tribute show and a new greatest hits LP. The latter, The Who Hits 50!, opens with a track by the High Numbers (the foursome's pre-Who R&B group) and continues through "Be Lucky," a new song released specifically for the album.

Above, watch...

The Velvet Underground on Most Profound Album: 'Lou Was a Force of Nature'

When Maureen Tucker, the refreshingly frank former drummer of the Velvet Underground, looks back on the group's self-titled third album, released in 1969, she still remembers the trepidation she felt going into it. In late 1968, the band's moody singer-songwriter Lou Reed had kicked out violist John Cale, a founding member...

Watch Kelly Clarkson Prove Her 'Girl Crush' on Little Big Town

Kelly Clarkson has a girl crush on Little Big Town's newest album, Pain Killer

While performing a free concert this past Saturday evening in Cerritos, California, Clarkson took a break from her own catalog to tackle Little Big Town's "Girl Crush," a heartbreaking doo-wop song that's slated to become the country band's...

Stream 'Beyonce' Platinum Edition Including Kanye West, Pharrell Remixes

Beyoncé is streaming the "Platinum Edition" of her self-titled 2013 LP via Spotify. The album features two new tracks, "7/11" and "Ring Off," along with all-star remixes featuring Kanye West, Pharrell, Nicki Minaj and Mr. Vegas. The physical release, out Monday, also includes music videos, a DVD chronicling the expansive...

Why Adam Sandler's 'Thanksgiving Song' Is a Holiday Classic

There's so much to love about Thanksgiving: the piles of food, the expressions of gratitude, that uncle that still tries to get you to pull his finger, the four-day weekend, etc. And yet, this late November feast of gluttony is easily the most underserved among the major U.S. holidays when...

Katy Perry, Iggy Azalea, One Direction Lead 2014 AMA Winners' List

Although Katy Perry spent the American Music Awards on the other side of the Pacific, the Prism singer was still the night's biggest winner, taking home three trophies to lead the pop field. One Direction also scored three AMAs, while Iggy Azalea and Beyoncé each won in two categories. Taylor Swift was the recipient of the...

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