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Amy Schumer singing Jefferson Airplane's 'White Rabbit' is the best thing you'll hear today
Schumer appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about her new film "Snatched."
Bush, The Shins, The Magnetic Fields music reviews
This week, '90s alt-rock group Bush releases its seventh album; The Shins release their first album in five years; The Magnetic Fields release a 50-song collection in honor of leader Stephin Merritt’s 50th birthday; British folk singer Laura Marling delivers an entrancing new album; defining
Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White Is Dead at 74
Maurice White, co-founder of the pioneering funk-soul band Earth, Wind & Fire, died Wednesday at the age of 74 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease. White's brother and bandmate Verdine White confirmed his passing in a message posted on the group's official Facebook page. "My brother, hero
Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane Dead at 74
The rocker founded Jefferson Airplane and its spin-off, Jefferson Starship.
The GOP Debate
The Republican presidential candidates debated for the last time before the primary season kicks off on Monday with the Iowa caucuses.
Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane Is Dead at 74
Paul Kantner, the singer, guitarist and songwriter who co-founded the pioneering San Francisco psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane and its spin-off group Jefferson Starship, died Thursday at the age of 74, his manager told to ABC News. Longtime Jefferson Starship publicist Cynthia Bowman told
Top Contenders for Oscar Nominations
"The Revenant" and "The Martian" could go head-to-head for the top spot at the Academy Awards.
Nightline 09/03: Family Fights Moving Company for Belongings
On Nightline movie mayhem they've got your belongings right where they want and it's not in your new home value could end up battling with the movers who got their hands on everything you This family thought they were on the road to a new life until they're moving company up the bill by thousands.
Feed Frenzy: Lava Lamps, Still Groovy at 50
in tonight's "feed frenzy," happy 50th to the lava lamp. British inventor edward craven walker was inspired by a strange looking liquid filled egg timer he saw in a pub, and the rest is history. Lava lamps have been soaking up our time and attention since this day in 1963. This was the first one.
The Story of Rodriguez, the Greatest Mexican American Rock Legend You Never Heard Of
Ed Morales Interviews the Subject of the ocumentary 'Searching for Sugar Man'