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'Fortress of Solitude' and the Un-Suckification of Broadway Musicals

In my New York City high school in the late Seventies, the black kids listened to funk and disco, the white kids to Sixties rock and new wave — music that reflected back who we imagined ourselves to be. Then there were the musical theater kids, another race entirely, devoted...

Flashback: Taylor Swift Dresses Like Kiss to Crash Keith Urban's Show

Halloween only rolls around once a year, but that doesn't mean there aren't other occasions — say, a sold-out show in Kansas City, Missouri, during your band's final performance on Keith Urban's Escape Together World Tour — worthy of dressing up in costume and letting your freak flag fly....

Hear Steve Aoki Energize David Guetta's 'Dangerous'

David Guetta's next album, Listen, opens with the sound of a piano. Eventually, a drum kit provides the opening track, "Dangerous," with a crisp beat, and the guitar and bass lock into a disco-funk groove; a few minutes later, a string section brings it all to a close. "I wanted to...

Hear Foo Fighters' Rowdy, Nashville-Inspired Song 'Congregation'

With the Nashville installment of Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways HBO show set to air, the group has shared "Congregation," the raucous, guitar-wailing song it wrote while drawing inspiration from Music City. Specifically, the track contains the line, "And they're singing like a bluebird in the round," presumably a reference to the city's Bluebird...

Public Enemy Dig Into Vaults for Lavish Reissues

As part of pioneering rap label Def Jam's 30th anniversary celebrations, the label has planned reissues of Public Enemy's 1988 breakthrough album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and their 1990 follow-up LP, Fear of a Black Planet, as multidisc deluxe reissues. Each reissue contains the album...

Rick Ross, Timbaland, K. Michelle Team Up for 'If They Knew'

Not too many people have the gumption to release two albums in one year, but as Rick Ross explained on Power 105.1 earlier this month: "That’s how bosses do it, ya heard me?" The MC is prepping for the release of his seventh LP, Hood Billionaire, just eight months after March's Mastermind; and now Ross has offered up a...

Emily West Inks Label Deal for New Album

Singer Emily West, who charmed TV viewers as a finalist on the most recent edition of NBC's America's Got Talent earlier this year, has inked a deal with Sony Music's Masterworks label. On December 2nd, West will release a two-track digital single on the label's imprint, Portrait. The single will...

18 Things You Learn Hanging Out With U2

What's left to learn about U2 in 2014? Plenty, as it turns out – especially if you get a few days worth of intimate access to the band in three different countries. Here's the best of what didn't fit into the cover story, from the making of the new album to the...

Metallica Enlist Fans for 'Kill 'Em All' and 'Ride the Lightning' Reissues

Metallica are currently prepping remastered, deluxe editions of their first two albums, 1983's Kill 'Em All and 1984's Ride the Lightning, which they hope to put out in 2015, but in the meantime they are asking for help from their fans. The band has requested that anyone who has photos...

Hear Two Frenetic, Echo-Filled Dead Weather Tracks

The two Dead Weather songs that came as part of Third Man Records' "Vault Package Number 21" on a gold-colored seven-inch are now streaming online. The songs, "Buzzkill(er)" and "It's Just Too Bad," find the band exploring echoey, bluesy garage rock on the former and clattering, shambolic riffage on the...

Watch Hunter Hayes Reveal Secrets of Tattoo Your Name Tour

At one point during one of the last full days of rehearsal for his upcoming Tattoo Your Name Tour, Hunter Hayes told his half-dozen band members he wants something more "eventful" to happen during the transition from one song to the next. Holed up in a huge warehouse where the stage,...

Paul Simon Honors Phil Everly With Intimate Show in 'Nashville' House

When Patti Everly, the widow of Phil Everly, decided to stage a musical tribute to her late husband, there was one artist she knew needed to be involved: Paul Simon. Last night in Nashville, Patti got her wish, and the 73-year-old singer-songwriter performed in honor of the younger Everly Brother at...

Sammy Hagar: 'I Would Agree to a Van Halen Reunion Tour for the Fans'

Sammy Hagar called into Rolling Stone the other week to chat about his contribution to The Art of McCartney, a 42-track collection of Paul McCartney covers by Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, the Cure, Kiss and many other huge names. Hagar sings "Birthday," and is still a little shocked he was...

Young Fathers Upset Damon Albarn, FKA Twigs for Mercury Prize Win

Scottish alternative hip-hop trio Young Fathers were the surprise winners of the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Prize, triumphing over a host of better-known names including FKA Twigs, Royal Blood and Blur's Damon Albarn.

The band's album Dead – while critically acclaimed for its mix of De La Soul-style grooves and sonic experimentation...

Taylor Swift Whips New York Into a Frenzy on 'Good Morning America'

By 7 a.m., Times Square was already packed: Young girls in their plaid school skirts and cheerleader uniforms were huddled across the Midtown hub, waiting to see Taylor Swift perform on Good Morning America and hoping that their first period teachers were also fans of the 24-year-old pop star.

Swift's latest...

Garth Brooks Gives 24-Hour Sneak Peak of New Album 'Man Against Machine'

For serious fans of Garth Brooks, Halloween just became the new Christmas. 

Man Against Machine, Brooks' first collection of new material in 13 years, won't hit retailers until November 11th. That hasn't stopped Brooks from offering up a sneak peak at the album's 14 tracks — nearly half of which were...

'Hall-oween and Oates': Daryl Hall Opens New Venue With Spooky Show

Tomorrow night, Daryl's House, the new bar and venue owned by Hall and Oates songwriter Daryl Hall, opens in Pawling, New York. To celebrate, Hall is joining his bandmate John for a show cheekily billed "Hall-oween and Oates." "I've played many Halloween shows over the years," he says over the phone....

Of Montreal, Foxygen Front Polyvinyl's New Singles Series

Of Montreal, Foxygen's Jonathan Rado and Blikk Fang — the collaboration between Of Montreal's Kevin Barnes and MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden — are among the 12 artists set to partake in the second installment of Polyvinyl's 4-track singles series, which will deliver a new two-song 7-inch on colored vinyl to subscribers every month...

Lady Antebellum Promise 'More Meat' on Next Single

"We're the most rock & roll band in the universe right now," proclaimed Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley sarcastically as he, dressed as a human beer barrel complete with beer stein headpiece, performed an acoustic version of the band's chart-topping single "Bartender" at the song's Halloween-themed Number One party Wednesday. At...

Dave Sitek on the Snacks and Fights That Fueled TV on the Radio's 'Seeds'

Dave Sitek has produced everyone from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs to Beady Eye, but his best work has come with Tunde Adebimpe, Kyp Malone and Jaleel Bunton: the other members of TV on the Radio (bassist Gerard Smith died in 2011). The 42-year-old Sitek produces the band in his home studio,...

Watch Elvis Costello Lead a 'New Basement Tapes' Jam

Twenty-fourteen, it seems, is the year of the Basement Tapes. Recorded in 1967 and first reported in a 1968 Rolling Stone cover story, the legendary collaborations between Bob Dylan and the Band were partially released in 1975 and have been bootlegged for nearly 50 years.

Now, the full 138-track collection is coming out on November 4th. One...

How Kiesza's Pop Smash 'Hideaway' Was Born in 90 Minutes

Kiesza's "Hideaway" began life as a viral dance video when it was uploaded in February. By summer, it had transitioned onto the pop charts and into the clubs, shedding the clip and becoming a Top 10 hit on the dance charts on both sides of the Atlantic. A self-proclaimed "thrill-seeker," the 25-year-old...

Suge Knight, Katt Williams Arrested for Robbery

Hip-hop mogul Suge Knight and actor-comedian Katt Williams were arrested Wednesday on "suspicion of stealing a camera from a female photographer," according to Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

Knight was taken into custody Wednesday in Las Vegas. Williams was arrested while appearing in court on a separate assault case. The pair...

Flashback: Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers Take 'Islands in the Stream' to New Heights

On this day (October 29th) in 1983, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers reached the top of the Billboard 100 chart with their now-iconic duet, "Islands in the Stream." Written by the Bee Gees (and later performed on their 1998 live album), the tune was inspired by Ernest Hemingway's novel of the same name...

The Roots Headlining Why Tuesday? Voting Campaign Concert

With their new "Let's Fix It" campaign, non-profit group Why Tuesday? is aiming to rally the public and Congress toward fixing a broken voting system – one which currently ranks 138th out of 172 nations in terms of voter turnout. To raise awareness for the cause, the organization has announced a nationwide...

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