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How Selena Gomez's Record Channels Lorde and Ellie Goulding
This week Selena Gomez switches labels and drops an album of chilled pop, British Invasion band The Zombies burst back onto the scene, indie-rockers The Decemberists release an EP to follow-up this year’s fantastic “What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World,” Tori Amos releases the soundtrack
Music Reviews: The Latest From One Direction, Wilco, David Bowie, and More
This week, One Direction return with their fourth album, Wilco drop four discs of rare cuts, David Bowie chronicles his entire career in three discs, Lorde curates the soundtrack for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1,” Paul McCartney gets the tribute treatment, art-rock outfit TV On The Radio
'Dangerously Funny' by David Bianculli
A TV Critic's New Book Takes a Look Inside 'The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour'
Will Long-Overdue Grammys Come Their Way at Last?
"I'll be an old troubadour when I'm gone," George Strait sings on "Troubadour." But will he be old and Grammy-less? The "king of country" and overdue veterans AC/DC, Judas Priest, James Moody, Rush and Neil Young are all in the running to score their first Grammy on Feb. 8. USA TODAY's Edna
Do You Like Canadian Music?
In 1991, the Violent Femmes asked, "do you like American music?" But what about Canadian music? As opposed to the so-called "British invasion" of the 1960s and subsequent decades, one doesn't often hear about Canadian music, specifically. In the U.S. there is a Bloomington, Ind.-based record label
With the president bound for Jordan, the vice president just back from Saudi Arabia, the Iranians and the Iraqis meeting in Tehran, Syria and Iraq reopening diplomatic relations, the Israeli prime minister offering a new peace initiative to the Palestinians, the Lebanese cabinet approving a U.N.
PDA Pundit: T-Mobile Catches Windows Mobile Fever
T-Mobile's MDA is the latest hybrid device based on Windows Mobile 5, a handheld OS that's clearly gaining momentum.
Billy Bob Thornton
Actor Billy Bob Thornton may have an Oscar and a number of other prestigious honors, but you won't catch him using silver utensils at any of the fancy awards dinners. Thornton said he and his character in his new film, Monster's Ball have a strange habit in common they both prefer plastic spoons.
'Pops' Staples Dead at 84
Guitarist Roebuck "Pops" Staples, patriarch of pop-gospel ensemble the Staple Singers, died Tuesday, following injuries received in a recent fall near his Dalton, Ill., home. He was 84. Staples, born Dec. 28, 1915, in Winona, Miss., started singing and playing guitar in the late-'20s. Although his