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Rare Paul McCartney sketches to auction for $15,000 + MORE

Baby you’re a rich man…if you can afford some of this rare Beatles memorabilia. .... More »
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Adele speaks out on baby blues, booze, Beyonce, Bette and Trump + MORE

Put down your phones, she implores her fans, in 'Vanity Fair' interview.         .... More »
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Stevie Wonder brings ‘Key of Life’ tour to Verizon Center + MORE

18th Album released by Stevie Wonder, who recorded his first album, “Tribute to Uncle Ray,” in 1961 at age 11 (it was his second LP to be released). 21 Songs in the original “Songs in the Key of Life” package: 17 on the two albums and four on an enclosed four-song EP. Read full article &.... More »
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David Olney: Don't Try to Fight It (Review) + MORE

The 10 tracks gathered here on Don’t Try to Fight It are among folk singer-songwriter David Olney's best..... More »
Gavin Rossdale Joins The Voice As Gwen Stefani’s AdviserGwen Stefani and former Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale have previously collaborated on things like “touring during the high alt-rock era” and “having children.” And now they’ll be collaborating to shepherd wide-eyed hopefuls through a season of the NBC singing competition The Voice…

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Paul McCartney, Warren Buffett dinner date sparks mini-frenzyA summer Sunday night on the town in Omaha, Nebraska, included a pasta dinner, some ice cream, and a chat on a neighborhood bench. But throw in rock star Paul McCartney and billionaire Warren Buffett, and the ordinary evening became a viral event on Twitter and Instagram.

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My perfect weekend: The Radio 1 DJ on why having a baby hasn’t stopped her going dancing at the weekend, and why she’s yet to become ‘an adult who cooks’

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Rough weather forced organizers of this music festival in Saugerties, N.Y., to shut the event down.

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Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News – Reviews And Interviews

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It’s fair to say that, in our age of digitized apathy and carefully-curated online inertia, you can add singer-songwriter and bassist Meshell Ndegeocello to that long line of creative polymaths who have not only injected vital energy into the culture but repeatedly spoken truth to power.
Read more: Toni Morrison, Sojourner Truth, James Baldwin, Music Reviews, Diriye Osman, Audre Lorde, Album Reviews, Gil Scott-Heron, Music, Angela Davis, Meshell Ndegeocello, Entertainment News

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Madden Brothers, Sia top ARIAs

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Reborn soul popsters and television identities The Madden Brothers have ended Justice Crew’s record run, claiming top spot in the singles charts. 

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La Roux’s ‘Trouble In Paradise’: Have An Early Listen Of Elly Jackson’s Sophomore AlbumWith Ben Langmaid no longer in the La Roux fold, flame-haired frontwoman Elly Jackson is going it alone for sophomore LP Trouble in Paradise. And from the sound of things, she needn’t worry, as the album is spilling forth with bubbly synths, ’80s-leaning hooks and a modern pop aesthetic. If you’re a follower of the Grammy-winning act, then you’ve more than likely already heard “Let Me Down Gently,” “Uptight Downtown” and “Tropical Chancer”…

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Dev Hynes Remixes Sia’s “Chandelier”: Listen To The Haunting ReworkAlready named one of the best tracks of 2014, Aussie songstress Sia’s single “Chandelier” from her sixth studio album 1000 Forms Of Fear has not only become everyone’s dark party girl anthem, but just got a stellar rework by British singer and producer Dev Hynes. Simply put, if Sia’s original track is the night of the party, then Dev’s remix is undoubtedly the dizzy hangover session the morning after…

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Before they were famous: which bands did you see before they hit the big time?Open thread: have you ever watched a band or artist play in a tiny venue, before they went on to greater things? Share your stories hereEveryone’s got to start out somewhere and pretty much every stadium rock band, multimillion-selling rap star and mega-popular singer has played a poorly-attended gig in a toilet venue at some point before they went on to become successful…

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Foster the People’s “Supermodel” mural in downtown Los Angeles, which had been scheduled to be painted over, has been given a full reprieve by Mayor Eric Garcetti and will remain, according to the band’s publicist.

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Bleachers – “Take It Away” (Feat. Grimes)Last week’s pop column sung the praises of Strange Desire, Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff’s full-length solo debut as Bleachers. One of the best songs on that album is “Take It Away,” a collaboration with Grimes. The gloomy chillwave ballad matches Antonoff’s James Murphy-via-David Bowie vocals with Claire Boucher’s breathy high-end coos…

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Stream Marsha Ambrosius’ Album ‘Friends & Lovers’A day before it arrives in stores, Marsha Ambrosius has made her sophomore album Friends & Lovers available to stream.Three years in the making, the 14-track follow-up to her debut Late Nights & Early Mornings features appearances from Dr. Dre (“Stronger”) and Charlie Wilson (“Spend All My Time”), with production from Pop & Oak, Da Internz, Eric Hudson, and J…

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