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The story of Krewella starts out like an American fable: Two sisters and one former boyfriend from a Chicago suburb form a music group and, using...
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Trina says she actually introduced French Montana to Khloe Kardashian.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
If you've already heard Aretha Franklin's cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," then you know why you need to watch the below performance of...
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From cringeworthy toasts to candid conversations, take our poll for the most awkward "Are You the One? Special Delivery" reunion moment!
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Rahki, who produced Kendrick Lamar's "i," gives the story behind the single, and has high praise for the rapper's new album.
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Chipotle is bringing its FREE Cultivate Food, Ideas & Music Festival to Dallas on Saturday, October 18, at Lake Carolyn in Irving.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
When it comes to hip-hop producers, Wu-Tang Clan's RZA has always been among the most visionary and entrepreneurial of the bunch. Feeling the need to...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Have you heard about the scientists who sneak Bob Dylan lyrics into their writings? Lately, the internet has caught onto the story of a small group...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
The 'Thong Song' came out 15 years ago so MTV News took a look back at the video with Sisqo himself.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
After Universal Music Group called for a summary judgment yesterday (Sept. 29) in their four-years-and-counting lawsuit against Grooveshark, a...
30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
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. Bob Dylan Tribute Concert Enlists Neil Young, Beck Trying to pinpoint the exact reason why this happened is a fool's errand, but a new book by his former road manager reveals that he quit drinking the previous year. That might explain why he played with greater focus and passion, dragging out songs from all corners of his catalog like "If You See Her, Say Hello," "Man In The Long Black Coat" and "Jokerman." The tour touched down in Europe in early March, spreading out all over the continent before heading to the U.K. for a run of shows with barely any days off. On the 30th, he played London’s Brixton Academy and things went pretty smoothly until he called an audible with "I Believe In You," but guitarist John Jackson misheard him and began playing "I Don't Believe You." The band recovered from the understandable misstep fairly quickly.  For the final encore of "I Shall Be Released," Elvis Costello came out to play guitar and share the vocals. The next night, things got crazier when Costello came back for the same song, but brought Carole King and Chrissie Hynde with him to provide backup vocals. A little over a week later, Van Morrison joined Dylan at a show in Dublin on his 1990 hit "Real Real Gone" before Costello came back out for yet another rendition of "I Shall Be Released." The song was originally written during the Basement Tapes sessions in 1967, appearing the following year on The Band's debut album Music from Big Pink with lead vocals by Richard Manuel. It's become one of Dylan's most enduring post-accident songs, wrapping up too many all-star charity concerts to even count. Dylan has played it over 500 times, but it’s been completely absent since a one-off in Poland back in June of 2008. Related More Than 100 Rare Bob Dylan Acetates Discovered Bob Dylan Details 31-Date North American Fall Tour Hear Elvis Costello's 'New Basement Tapes' Track
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Live Nation's Ticketmaster has opened up an office in Qatar, its second entry into the Middle East in two years. The tiny nation of 2 million has a...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Mila J drops her "My Main" video with Ty Dolla Sign.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
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30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Snooki and JWOWW know a thing or two about confidence -- so here are some pointers for their daughters.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
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30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
It's hard to believe Neil Diamond had never played a show on his native soil of Brooklyn before last night. But he returned to the old neighborhood for a surprise secret gig at his alma mater Erasmus Hall High School, deep in the heart of Flatbush. It was an emotional homecoming on a (surprisingly) hot September night. Seeing Neil Diamond sing "Brooklyn Roads" at his first-ever Brooklyn gig was as hardcore as seeing the Beastie Boys do "Hello Brooklyn" at their first show in the borough, back at McCarren Pool in 2007. Watch Neil Diamond's 'Nothing But a Heartache' Video Neil was clearly in sentimental mode, telling stories about the old days and busting his arena-size moves in the high-school chapel where he used to get sent for detention. "The memories are flooding in tonight," he said before playing "Brooklyn Roads." "I drive people crazy when I come back here because I remember every building. I used to shine shoes at that subway station. It was a great gig — no future in it, but a great gig for a kid." Well, as the gangsters say, he don't shine shoes no more. Looking dapper in a dark suit and his new silver-fox beard, the Jewish Elvis put on a mega-energy 10-song show for a few hundred lucky fans — most of whom had waited in line all day in hopes of getting in — with the stained-glass window behind him turning the place into his personal shrine. And he crackled every Rosie in the room. Diamond has always celebrated his Flatbush roots — during previous New York stops, he's been spotted walking the streets by day, riding the subway incognito, just a solitary man and his memories. (At Madison Square Garden a few years ago, he boasted, "I was from Brooklyn before it was hip.") "It was in this chapel I decided to take piano lessons," he told the crowd last night. "I sang in the chorus for two years. Why? Because I thought it was a great place to meet girls." He also pointed out the balcony where he sat for the Adlai Stevenson rally in 1956. Erasmus Hall has other famous alumni whose portraits hang in the chapel, like Donny Most '70 (he played Ralph Malph on Happy Days) and Barbra Streisand '59. (Her framed yearbook photo was on the wall right next to me, which made me feel like her prom date. How lucky can you get?) Some fans had wild hopes she'd show up for "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" — but she was there in spirit, when he gave a shout-out to "my friend Barbra Streisand" as a fellow chorus alum. As always with a Neil Diamond show, the crowd was out for blood — it was a wildly enthusiastic mix of Erasmus Hall students and silver-haired Neil fanatics. I met a lady who drove two hours from Hyde Park as soon as the news about this gig broke — she told me proudly she hasn't missed a Neil show on the East Coast since he played Long Island in 1973. "I jumped in the car and left the sink full of dishes," she said, twirling her cane. Before the show even began, these fans were up dancing to the pre-show loop of Neil hits. (How bad-ass is it to blast "Forever in Blue Jeans" over the speakers right before you come out to sing it? Very.) The man's voice was in studly shape, like the rest of him. Backed by a stripped-down version of his arena band, he went hard on classics like "Solitary Man" and "Love on the Rocks." (He did not do "Play Me," possibly because memories of his old English teachers made him reluctant to utter the lines, "Songs she sang to me/Songs she brang to me.") This is still the man whose classic live album Hot August Night had this liner note from the artist: "The stage, she is the God-damnedest woman you ever saw." He debuted a pair of choice cuts from his forthcoming Melody Road. "I love doing songs you know," he told the crowd. "But I really love doing the songs you haven't heard before — because those are the ones I get to sing alone." (You have to admit — that's a brilliant way to break the delicate news you're trying out unfamiliar material.) And the new songs are top notch: "Nothing But a Heartache" is a bluesy stomp, while "Something Blue" has a lighter country lilt that evokes another Neil song with "blue" in the title. Both went over big — when the fans are clapping on the beat by the second chorus, your new tune is officially a success. Neil ended it all with an epic "Sweet Caroline," repeating chorus after chorus after chorus. Rough "so good" count: 33. (It was definitely strange to hear Brooklyn's finest perform "Sweet Caroline" here two days after Derek Jeter played his final game in Fenway Park.) Even the cops had their phones out. At one point, Neil accused some audience members of not singing. "You can't be students or Brooklynites," he said. "Are you from Staten Island? Sorry — there's the exit." The show was over, but there were some touching moments still ahead, as fans began to notice the Streisand yearbook photo on the wall, crowding around to kvell and take selfies with it. Seeing Kyp Malone from the band TV on te Radio get out his phone for a shot of Barbra's high-school smile seemed to connect about six generations of Brooklyn rockness. It was a moment that only the love of Neil could make happen. Set List:"I'm a Believer""Solitary Man""Kentucky Woman""Brooklyn Roads""Love on the Rocks""Forever in Blue Jeans""Cracklin' Rosie""Nothing But a Heartache""Something Blue""Sweet Caroline" Related Neil Diamond's Life and Career Flashback: Neil Diamond at 'Last Waltz' Neil Diamond, Alice Cooper Make for Unforgettable Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
With two notable exceptions, comic actors pursuing parallel careers as bluegrass musicians are a rare breed. Ed Helms of The Office and the Hangover...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Mary Lambert, 25, is best known for providing vocals on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Same Love." The Seattle native is now ready to step out on her...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Lady A secured its crossover star status with country- and AC-approved hits "Need You Now" and "Just a Kiss," but little in the group's repertoire...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Have you ever heard an instrumental track and thought, "man, it would be cool if that had lyrics?" Deke Dickerson and Los Straitjackets set out to...
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