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Vince Gill, Toby Keith Nominated for Songwriters Hall of Fame

When the Songwriters Hall of Fame announced its nominees for induction last week, four names with roots in country music were among those included. Vince Gill and Toby Keith were nominated as performing songwriters, while tunesmiths Bobby Braddock and Bob McDill were nominated under the nonperforming distinction.

Gill writes and performs...

'Back to the Future' Gets 30th Anniversary Screenings With Live Orchestra

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future next year, Universal Pictures will rerelease the 1985 Michael J. Fox time-travel classic with live orchestration. According to Variety, the film will be screened in various venues around the world without the score, so that a live orchestra could perform Alan Silvestri's Academy Award–nominated...

Neil Diamond Shines On

Neil Diamond: Melody Road (Capitol) For someone who has left such an imprint in popular music, Neil Diamond might be expected to be in his gracefully petering out phase: A few scattered recordings, released less and less frequently, issued more to prove that it all can still be done, that...

See R.E.M. Grow Up in 'R.E.M. by MTV' Documentary Trailer

Alt-rock icons R.E.M. formed in 1980; a year later, MTV made its inaugural broadcast and soon began reporting on the Athens, Georgia-based group's career. Now, a new feature-length documentary, R.E.M. by MTV, compiles decades of footage that the network had stored in its vaults to tell the group's story. It...

See the Beatles, Bob Dylan Beatbox in Stunning, Innovative Video

In Roy Kafri's innovative music video for "Mayokero," we discover what your album covers do when nobody's looking: They form an all-star beatboxing posse. The video seamlessly animates classic covers like the Beatles' Revolver, David Bowie's Aladdin Sane and Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline and Highway 61 Revisited to give the...

Hear Caitlyn Smith's Autobiographical 'Everything to You' EP — Exclusive Premiere

With a voice that channels the haunting, ethereal tone of Emmylou Harris as much as the ceiling-free range of Carrie Underwood, it's hard to believe Caitlyn Smith has spent most of her Nashville days behind-the-scenes. The Minnesota native has cut her country teeth inside Music Row's many songwriting rooms, penning tunes...

Can Taylor Swift's '1989' Save the Ailing Music Industry?

In addition to being 2014's probable best-selling album, Taylor Swift's 1989, out next Tuesday, could be crucial to salvaging the record industry's holiday shopping season in a terrible sales year. Week after week, the biggest music stars have put out what appeared to be blockbuster albums, selling up to...

Little Big Town Bring Maturity, Elegance to New Album 'Pain Killer'

Country music is afraid of growing old. That is how it sounds anyway, as the past few years have seen a steady stream of songs, from artists in both their twenties and thirties, exalting a spring break philosophy more appropriate for, well, actual college kids. It's as if the format...

Influential Electronica Duo Orbital Split Up

Brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll of the influential electronica duo Orbital have decided to end their musical partnership after 25 years and eight studio albums, the band revealed on their official website Tuesday. "After 25 years at the forefront of electronic music – from house to rave to festival mega-techno, to...

Shepard Fairey on George Harrison Poster: 'George Is a Hero'

Artist Shepard Fairey, best known for his Obama "Hope" campaign posters, has designed a limited-edition art print to celebrate the career of George Harrison, coinciding with the Harrison box set The Apple Years 1968–75. The posters – titled Poster for George – will be available in red and silver editions,...

CMT Names 2014 Artists of the Year

Few country artists have enjoyed a more successful 2014 than Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line, all of whom have spent the past 10 months on tour, on the charts or in the studio. On December 5th, CMT will honor those hit makers and...

Flashback: Foo Fighters Cover Tom Petty's 'Breakdown'

Dave Grohl was actually a member of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers for a short time, drumming with the band in November 1994, after Nirvana had ended with Kurt Cobain's death but before he got the Foo Fighters off the ground. He appeared with them on Saturday Night Live,...

David Bowie, Neil Young Plan Record Store Day Black Friday Offerings

Record Store Day will continue its Black Friday tradition this year with a smattering of limited releases from big groups and cult bands. Most notable among them are David Bowie's brand new song "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" – which is backed with another new tune "'Tis a Pity...

Gwen Stefani Shares Psychedelic 'Baby Don't Lie' Video

"I'm really into pink right now, which is weird because I did pink back in the day with my hair. Each time I'm cocooned, each time I transform into a new chapter, I do pink," Gwen Stefani said recently during a New York Fashion Week interview. After breaking out of her...

Set the Records Straight: Bruno MacDonald on 'Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear'

Most classic rock fans want it all — every album, every reissue, every re-mastered box set of their favorite band. For completists, Bruno MacDonald's The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear is both a dream come true and a bit of a nightmare. Spanning from the Sixties to the "noughties," MacDonald's...

Little Big Town, Trisha Yearwood to Sing National Anthem at World Series

It's shaping up to be a busy week for the Grand Ole Opry's newest members.

Today, Little Big Town release Pain Killer, the follow-up to the country co-eds' career-boosting Tornado. Largely written by the bandmates themselves, the album casts a wide net, with vocal arrangements that reference everything from Manhattan Transfer to Fleetwood Mac...

Sisqo Tells All: Thong Maven Details His Wife-Swapping, Fudge-Slinging Exploits

"I haven't spoken to Rolling Stone in 14 years," Sisqo says jovially, by way of introduction. After releasing two albums with his group Dru Hill – 1996's eponymous debut and 1998's Enter the Dru –  the singer became a household name for 2000's "Thong Song," the second single off his debut...

The Kids Were Alright: One of the Who's Greatest, Earliest Bootlegs Turns 50

Considering the Who are one of the finest live bands in rock & roll history, it's almost scandalous how few of their classic performances have received an official release. There is, of course, 1970's vaunted Live at Leeds, a nice compilation of BBC recordings that spans 1965 to 1973, and the underrated...

Pearl Jam Celebrate 'Yield', Tom Petty's Birthday at Milwaukee Gig

Over the weekend, Pearl Jam shocked fans in Moline, Illinois by performing their 1996 album No Code in order and in its entirety for the first time. After a normal, 30-plus-song Pearl Jam concert in St. Paul, Minnesota on Sunday, the band had yet another surprise in store at their Monday...

Reba McEntire Is First Artist Signed to Nash Icon Music Label

Legendary entertainer Reba McEntire makes history yet again, becoming the first artist to sign with the newly formed NASH Icon Music label. A joint venture between Big Machine Label Group and Cumulus Media, the label's first signing was revealed Tuesday morning on Blair Garner's syndicated radio show.

McEntire has already cut...

Kanye West, Miguel to Appear on Lorde's 'Hunger Games' Soundtrack

The track list for the Lorde-curated The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 1 soundtrack was revealed Tuesday, and the young "Royals" singer has done an impressive job of mixing established artists, up-and-coming acts and special guest features.

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Lorde, Chvrches, Bat for Lashes, Grace Jones, Tove Lo...

Flea Promises 'Introspective,' 'Super Danceable' New RHCP Album

When Red Hot Chili Peppers recorded their last record, 2011's I'm With You, it was a different experience for the group. "We had a new guitar player [Josh Klinghoffer] and it was a real feeling-out process with each other," Flea tells Rolling Stone. "We didn't want to play gigs with...

Watch 'Weird Al' Yankovic Sing About Underpants on 'Wallykazam!' Cartoon

"Weird Al" Yankovic, the master of musical mockery, has penned satirical songs about all sorts of strange topics, from taco grandes and Beverly Hillbillies to living in an Amish paradise and word crimes. Now, for the first time ever, the Mandatory Fun singer is tackling a very serious issue: Underpants.

"Weird Al"...

Reggae Legend John Holt Dead at 69

John Holt, one of Jamaica's most well-loved vocalists, died early Sunday morning in London at the age of 67. His death was confirmed by his manager Copeland Forbes via the Jamaica Observer. Holt, who was initially known for his career with the Paragons in the rocksteady era of the 1960s, had 40...

Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor to Perform on 2014 CMA Awards

It's all about that star power.

Next month's Country Music Association Awards broadcast is luring in pop fans with the addition of Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor to the performance lineup. Grande, the American Music Awards' reigning New Artist of the Year, will sing with the reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year,...

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