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Music Reviews: The Latest From Taylor Swift, Yusuf (Cat Stevens), Rancid and More
This week Taylor Swift releases what will most likely be the biggest-selling album of the year. Most likely it will be the first album of 2014 to be certified platinum, which considering we just crossed into November makes a truly depressing statement about the state of the music industry. Also
Music Reviews: The Latest From Jessie Ware, Aretha Franklin, Annie Lennox and More
This week, buzz-bin favorite Jessie Ware offers up her sophomore album, Aretha Franklin covers classics recorded by other divas, Annie Lennox takes a trip to the past and covers some of her favorites, Neil Diamond continues to return to his roots, Primus gets a “Golden Ticket” and Bush continue
From Organizing Your Medical Records on Your IPad to Never Heard Before Songs From Johnny Cash
Welcome to real this I'm Rebecca Jarvis New York City and here's what's on our radar today. An app that lets you take control of your health care records. They candy IPO craze and revival of a legend Johnny long Los album goes on sale today without the music and his only son right here on is below
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Beck, St. Vincent, The Fray, Neneh Cherry
This week, Beck returns with his first album in over 5 years, showcasing his mellower introspective side. Annie Clark releases her latest record as "St. Vincent," with a flashier sound palate at her disposal. Denver rockers, The Fray release their latest collection of radio-ready rock. Neneh Cherry
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Bruce Springsteen, Jennifer Nettles, Rosanne Cash, and More
This week is an odd release week which should please fans of country, folk and roots rock. With the exception of Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, all the reviews this week come from titans of that genre. Of course, we'll discuss the new Springsteen record, "High Hopes," as well as new releases from
The Year in Review: The 50 Best Albums of 2013
So, 2013 is coming to a close and it’s time to take stock of the year musically. As with many other recent years, it is hard to say what 2013 actually sounded like. But with so many veteran acts making their return and newer groups...
Music Reviews: The Latest From Eminem, MIA, Avril Lavigne and More
This is about as heavy a release week as one gets with anticipated new albums from Eminem , M.I.A. , Avril Lavigne and James Blunt. In addition, we will listen to buzzed-about singer Sky Ferreira, Luscious Jackson's first album in 14 years, plus new albums from indie acts Melvins, Midlake and Cut
Jay-Z Reveals 'Paranoia of Not Being a Great Dad'
Jay-Z’s new album, “Magna Carta Holy Grail,” doesn’t drop until July 9 (July 4 for some Samsung users), but it’s clear from new ads that it is filled with personal songs from the rapper. In a new video, Jay-Z, 43, is seen talking to record...
Run-D.M.C's Darryl 'DMC' McDaniels Reflects on '80s 'Walk This Way' Cover
The 1980s are fondly remembered for their blinding neon prints, crimped hair, video games, 8-track tapes, “The Breakfast Club.” But at its core, it was a decade devoted to creative experimentation, which gave birth to hip-hop, rap and pop. “People say that everything that happened...
Catching Up With Josh Groban
more than twenty million albums saw. Many fans including Oprah Josh Groban this fifth studio album comes out it's called eliminations and is gonna sing any track. The first to get a chance to catch up with Josh it's good seeing you agree as he was always why did you make its Can't rush it you know