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10 notable albums from 1967
The world still celebrates and commemorates the Beatles' "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," which came out 50 years ago in June, but 1967 was an unusually rich year for music overall
50 Best Albums of 2016
We have come to the end of another year. In 2016, we lost an unreasonable number of legendary performers and it has been a rather trying year otherwise, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this has been the best year musically since 1999. You wouldn’t know that by turning on the radio as
Review: Green Day's 'Revolution Radio' Is 'Short on Jaw-Dropping Moments'
This week, it's interesting to note that both Green Day and Norah Jones have released new records. Why is this an interesting coincidence, you may ask? Well, the last time we heard from Jones was in 2013 when she and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong collaborated on their Everly Brothers tribute,
'Darkest and Most Venomous' Album from Garbage, Fitz and the Tantrums and More
This week Nick Jonas releases a new album, the members of Garbage deliver a dark and entrancing new album, Fitz And The Tantrums further court the pop world, Swedish trio Peter Bjorn and John return after a five year break, alt-country stars Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle join forces, Band Of Horses
Book Excerpt: Bobby Brown's Memoir, 'Every Little Step'
Excerpted from 'Every Little Step' by Bobby Brown, written with Nick Chiles and published by Dey Street Books. CHAPTER 1 MY MUSICAL ROOTS When I stretch my mind back to my earliest memories, music was always there. While other little kids in Boston dreamed about playing for the Red Sox or the
Ethan Hawke Talks Chet Baker and 'Born To Be Blue'
Hawke appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and looks back at his incredible big screen career.
NYC kids Get a Chance To Go Behind The Scenes of Broadway
Hi everyone I'm Nikki Batiste that our ABC news digital studios here in New York. If you're Broadway and your unlock we are about to take you behind the scenes of broadway's Finding Neverland ABC's Charlie James is there are. What's going on here today. All part of a great program run by. I'm
New Documentary Depicts the Plight of Pakistani Music
"Song of Lahore" follows musicians and their struggle to keep the music playing.
One-on-One With Louis Gossett Jr.
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Leah Chase's Gumbo Z'Herbes Recipe
Award-winning New Orleans chef Leah Chase has spent her career sharing her Creole cuisine with people around the world, including musicians, celebrities, and presidents. Below is one of Chase’s favorite recipes, excerpted from her book And Still I Cook. Sunday on ‘This Week, ABC News’ Susan Saulny