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The Doobie Brothers, Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G., Nine Inch Nails, T-Rex, Jon Landau, and Irving Azoff will get their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 induction after all. more
Dreams do come true. more
At the end of the title track of Pop Smoke's posthumous LP "Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon," there's a lament that hit different on Fourth of July weekend in 2020. more
Songs of summer are supposed to be romantic and carefree, offering us a lighthearted distraction from the real world, at least for the season. more
DALLAS — Organizers behind Austin City Limits announced Wednesday morning that the annual, two-weekend music festival is canceled this year. more
PHILADELPHIA — The Made in America festival, which is has been staged on the Ben Franklin Parkway every summer since 2012, will not be happening this year. more
A word of advice: Don't mess with Bob Dylan, who, at 79, rips, snorts and cackles through his new "Rough and Rowdy Ways" album. more
When the Hollywood Bowl canceled its 2020 season for the first time in nearly 100 years, it offered advance ticket holders three options. more
  Orchestral rock group Montopolis will present their multimedia performance "The Living Coast" at central Texas Drive-In theaters this summer.    "The Living … more
At the end of the clip, Lana Del Rey calls it her "art video": a new spoken-word piece called "Patent Leather Do-Over," accompanied by four-and-a-half minutes of shaky black-and-white camera phone. more
PHILADELPHIA — When Jason Moore went to see his uncle Archie Shepp perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington, last year, the rapper — stage name, Raw Poetic — was hopeful. more
The 1975 "Notes on a Conditional Form" more
One of Led Zeppelin's acclaimed concert films is coming to a personal screen near you. more
"The Joe Rogan Experience" is headed to Spotify. more
At 5 p.m. on May 8, Diplo and Dillon Francis — A-list DJs and dance music producers — hopped behind their decks to spin a quarantine livestream. more
Taylor Swift's "City Of Lover Concert" aired on ABC on Sunday at the most prime of times, following the season ending "American Idol." more
Saturday night's highly-touted song battle between St. Louis' Nelly and Atlanta's Ludacris on Instagram Live ended with one clear winner — Ludacris' WiFi. more
A small concert in Fort Smith, Ark., that features a relatively unknown artist performing in a venue that will be 80% empty, is drawing international attention during the coronavirus pandemic. more
The look was thoroughly modern: two handsome young men, one shirtless under a backward baseball cap, the other wearing a green leather vest and shades. more
Bob Dylan is back. Again. more
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