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Reviews: Fifth Harmony, Queens of the Stone Age, EMA and more
This week, pop group Fifth Harmony release their first album as a quartet, Queens of the Stone Age drops a new Mark Ronson -produced collection, art-rocker EMA returns with her third album, indie rockers the War on Drugs fuse old and new sounds, indie-folk artist Iron & Wine releases a new LP, and
Songwriter Dan Wilson on the success of 'Closing Time'
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When stars need a piano tuner, they call this man
Ken Williams is one of the best piano tuners in the business. He's also blind. For over 50 years, some of the biggest names in the music industry have called on Williams to tune their pianos. Tony Bennett, Barry Manilow and Alicia Keys are just a few of his clients. Williams told ABC affiliate WSYR
Kendrick Lamar, John Mayer and more music reviews
This week Kendrick Lamar drops his anxiously-awaited new album, John Mayer compiles his recent EPs and some new tracks into a full album, Barenaked Ladies join forces with a cappella legends the Persuasions for a trip through their catalog of songs, ambient/trip-hop artist Jen Gloeckner releases
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John Mayer, Old 97’s, Thundercat and more music reviews
This week John Mayer releases the second part of his new album, alt-country veterans Old 97’s jump back into action, Kendrick Lamar and Flying Lotus-associate Thundercat releases an unusual new album, jazzy singer José James makes a significant crossover attempt, indie-rockers the Feelies drop a
Obama Lights National Christmas Tree for Final Time
President Barack Obama marked his final time lighting the National Christmas Tree with a wish that Americans will care for the sick, the hungry and the downtrodden this holiday season and treat one another as they would want to be treated.
Kelsey and Kayte Grammer Welcome Son Auden
Kelsey Grammer and his wife Kayte have welcomed their newborn son Auden James Ellis, People magazine confirmed with the actor's representative. "The name was chosen to honor the great poet W.H. Auden, and James is after another great poet and singer James Taylor —- two of our favorites," the couple
Leonard Cohen, Legendary Singer-Songwriter, Has Died
Leonard Cohen, the Canadian poet, novelist and musician best known for writing the song "Hallelujah," has died.
The Note: Final Friday on the Campaign Trail
--HINT OF MOMENTUM FOR CLINTON, WITH ISSUES A DEFINING FACTOR: A hint of momentum for Hillary Clinton has produced a 3-point race in the latest ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll results, with wide leads for the Democrat in trust to handle the economy and health care among likely voters focused