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  • Stevie Wonder Surprises Jimmy Fallon for Host's 40th Birthday

    Jimmy Fallon turned 40 on Friday, and he celebrated the occasion in a suitable Tonight Show fashion with an all-star surprise bash.

    After announcing that the Tonight Show gang had joined together on a surprise birthday gift for him, Fallon drew back a curtain to reveal a giant cake. Seth Rogen,...

  • Third Man Records Previews Second Paramount Records Box at AmericanaFest

    In November, Jack White's Third Man Records and John Fahey’s Revenant Records will drop the second and final volume of its limited edition, high-end The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records box set. Focusing on the legendary, incalculably influential label’s final period (1928-1932), and spanning six LPs, a thumb drive, 250-page hardcover book and 400-page field...

  • Garth Brooks Reveals New Album Release Date

    During a press conference today in Atlanta, Garth Brooks confirmed that his highly-anticipated new album will be available on November 11th, though the album title is still a well-kept secret. The album includes his current hit, "People Loving People" and will be released via his own Pearl Records in a...

  • Charlie Daniels Announces 'Volunteer Jam'

    It may not happen until next summer, but Charlie Daniels' legendary Volunteer Jam show is returning to downtown Nashville. Daniels launched the all-star concerts in 1974 at the War Memorial Auditorium, and through the years featured guests as varied as Garth Brooks, Don Henley and a reunited Lynyrd Skynyrd.

    Set for...

  • Stevie Nicks' Intimate Self-Portraits to Get New York Gallery Showing

    A collection of Polaroid self-portraits that Stevie Nicks took during the mid-Seventies will be shown in an exhibition, "24 Karat Gold," at New York's Morrison Hotel Gallery. The photo set accompanies her upcoming album, 24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault – tunes she wrote and demoed mostly between 1969 and...

  • Flashback: Gram Parsons Dies in the Desert

    The mythology of Gram Parsons' short life runs deep, but perhaps nothing is as enigmatic as the death of the 26-year-old king of Cosmic American Music, onetime Rolling Stones cohort and founding father of alt-country.

    On this day in 1973, Parsons headed to room Number Eight at the Joshua Tree Inn...

  • Why Death From Above 1979 Reunited After a Decade Apart

    In 2004, Toronto duo Death From Above embodied the DIY dance-punk aesthetic that lived in home recordings and grimy basement clubs. Eventually, they added the "1979" after a dispute with DFA Records (the rulers of the glossier, hipper, New York-driven end of the market) and combined noisy hardcore, gritty synths...

  • Hear Prince's Giddy New Floor-Stomping Track 'Funknroll'

    In anticipation of the two new albums he's putting out at the end of the month, Prince has shared the giddy, guitar- and synth-powered version of "Funknroll" that will appear on his solo record, Art Official Age. The song, which the artist premiered with his backing band ThirdEyeGirl on Arsenio earlier...

  • Leonard Cohen on Longevity, Money, Poetry and Sandwiches

    Leonard Cohen is our leading poet of love, wisdom, and sorrow – and according to the lyrics of Nirvana's "Pennyroyal Tea," the guiding spirit in Kurt Cobain's afterworld. We sat down with the singer-songwriter on the occasion of his 13th studio album, Popular Problems, in a formal dining room at the Canadian...

  • Is High-Fidelity Sound the Future of Streaming Music?

    As music shifted from CDs to downloads, and fans downsized from huge speakers to earbuds, sound quality devolved, as Neil Young said, into "a little above a Fisher-Price level — it's a toy stove." That's even more true with streaming — Spotify, YouTube and the rest mostly provide super-compressed audio...

  • Watch Lady Antebellum Go Back to High School in 'I Did With You' Video

    Lady Antebellum teamed with Monty Powell to write their new song, "I Did With You" specifically for The Best of Me, an upcoming Nicholas Sparks film. But for the song's brand-new video, the lyrics are played out not on the big screen but on the stage of a high school...

  • Watch Puscifer's Lucha Libre Throwdown 'Toma'

    To celebrate the redesign of their official website, alterna-metal oddballs Puscifer have dropped a new video for "Toma," a track from their 2011 album Conditions of My Parole.

    The video, directed by photographer Tim Cadiente, features cameos from Jacob Vargas and Clifton Collins, Jr. — the duo who performed the "Tijuana Cops" segments...

  • Hear Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury's Long-Lost Duet

    Thirty-three years after they first began work on the track, Queen will finally release "There Must Be More to Life Than This" - featuring vocals by Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson - on their upcoming compilation album Queen Forever, which hits shelves on November 11th. The song was written during the Hot...

  • Tim McGraw Talks Character Building With Clooney in 'Tomorrowland'

    George Clooney leads the cast of the upcoming science-fiction adventure film, Tomorrowland. The Disney production, set for release in May 2015, casts the Oscar-winner as an inventor and former boy genius who befriends a science-minded teen in a whirlwind journey to uncover secrets of the otherworldly place known as "Tomorrowland."...

  • Dave Davies Delves Deep Into Past On New Solo Album 'Rippin Up Time'

    When Dave Davies began writing songs for his new solo LP Rippin Up Time (due in stores and Amazon/iTunes on October 28th) he had a very clear image in his head. "It was a photo of me and Ray," says the Kinks guitarist. "And someone had torn it in half. It...


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