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Snoop Dogg, 'Singles' soundtrack, Linkin Park, and Magic Giant music reviews
intro: This week the soundtrack to Cameron Crowe ’s 1992 film “Singles” gets expanded and reissued for its 25th anniversary, Linkin Park release an electro-pop album, Snoop Dogg explores his past with an eclectic new set and indie folk-pop act Magic Giant make their debut. quicklist: 1 title: Snoop
John Ridley discusses his Los Angeles riots documentary 'Let It Fall'
Director John Ridley talks "Let It Fall" doc, "Guerrilla" backlash and creating your own narrative.
See Jimi Hendrix's Guitar and More at Newseum's 'Louder Than Words' Exhibit
ABC News' Freda Kashi checks out musical and political memorabilia at the exhibit on rock, power and politics.
This Week in History: August 14-20
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Steve Gleason: My playlist
The documentary film "Gleason" tells the inspiring story of former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason facing life after a diagnosis of ALS and how that changed his perspective on becoming a father. Music plays an integral role in the "Gleason" family, and, as shown throughout the film, many of
Inside the Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo
ABC News' Lajon Daniels gives us an inside look at the 2nd Annual Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo.
Paul Simon, The Strokes, The Kills and More Music Reviews
This week Paul Simon continues to prove his legendary status, Tegan and Sara continue their trip further into the pop realm, The Strokes drop a new EP, Train covers Led Zeppelin and The Kills make a commanding return. There is a lot here to discover. Paul Simon’s “Stranger To Stranger” (Deluxe
The Monkees Celebrate 50th Anniversary, Release First Album Since Davy Jones' Death
After five decades, The Monkees are still monkey-ing around. The group performed live on TV this morning, for the first time since fellow Monkee, Davy Jones , died in 2012 of a heart attack. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the launch of The Monkees, Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork and Michael
The Tremendous Legacy Left Behind by Prince Rogers Nelson
Modern rock, pop and R&B would not be same had Prince not emerged out of Minneapolis in the late seventies. He was a strikingly unique character who played by his own rules. He was unlike any other performer seen up until that point. He an ace arranger and writer who could play a wide variety of