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(TNS) When the annual South by Southwest event was canceled by city officials in Austin, Texas, one week before it was set to begin in March 2020, it was among the earlier signs that the COVID-19 … more
(TNS) The last big scene of “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” Frank Marshall’s excellent documentary about the rise (and staying power) of the Bee Gees, takes … more
(TNS) Taylor Swift’s love story is control of her own music. The Grammy-winning songstress, who has been in a public battle with former manager Scooter Braun over her masters, announced … more
(TNS) Veteran singer Tony Bennett has been battling Alzheimer's disease for five years, his family recently revealed to the American Assn. of Retired Persons. In an interview for AARP's … more
(TNS) ATLANTA — To celebrate the 30th anniversary of "The Black Crowes Present: Shake Your Money Maker," the Atlanta-reared band will unveil a multi-format re-release in February. Band … more
(TNS) Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen is teaming with a parade of artists including Billy Idol, Tommy Shaw of Styx and Wynonna Judd, for a virtual concert to provide assistance to musicians and … more
(TNS) The SAG Awards announced in July that it would be moving its ceremony to March 14, 2021 — shifting its event back by nearly two months as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted … more
(TNS) Among the highlights of 2020 were surprise album releases from Taylor Swift, Eminem and Childish Gambino. We can't predict those, but we can say what's scheduled for the first quarter of … more
(TNS) If you've watched even a few minutes of "Bridgerton," Netflix's dishy new period piece, you probably noticed something a little familiar on the soundtrack. The Regency drama created by … more
(TNS) Think of it as a victory lap for arguably the worst year ever. Now that every list-maker with ears has run down the albums and songs that made 2020 a little easier to endure, let's take a … more
(TNS) SAN DIEGO — The vital need for music has never been greater, at least in this century, than it was in 2020. Of course, music is essential at any time, whether as a a brief diversion … more
On Wednesday, Ludwig van Beethoven’s birthday will be celebrated for the 250th time. more
In the 35 years since the 1985 release of Bob Dylan's three-CD "Biograph" established box sets as a viable — and very lucrative — product, their popularity has grown exponentially larger. more
Robbed of a full theatrical release, like hundreds of films this year, "Sound of Metal" premieres Friday on Amazon Prime. more
On the (not quite) first day of Christmas, Mariah gave to me: A special on Apple TV. more
A father's love never dies. more
A year-and-a-half after a very public art-versus-commerce fight between multiplatinum artist Taylor Swift and music mogul Scooter Braun made headlines, Braun's Ithaca Holdings has sold the master rights to Swift's first six studio albums. more
DETROIT — Eminem, an artist who's long been guarded about licensing his music, has a career first: He has provided a song — his signature song — to a political candidate. more
Bruce Springsteen and his stalwart E Street Band were last seen together on a 2016 tour that included two four-hour dates at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia that were the longest marathons. more
Gimme, gimme more Miley Cyrus covers of Britney Spears hits. more
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