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50 best albums of 2017
Another year has passed and we find ourselves taking stock. Here are the 50 albums that made the biggest impression. 50. TRICKY – “Ununiform” Thirteen albums in, trip-hop pioneer Tricky delivers another record that stands among his best work. Reuniting with Martina Topley-Bird on single, “When We
Julia Michaels, from Bieber's songwriter to breakout star
The 23-year-old Iowa native's single "Issues" was one of 2017's biggest hits, and her songs "Sorry" for Justin Bieber and "Slumber Party" for Britney Spears proved her hit-making chops.
Songwriter Dan Wilson on the success of 'Closing Time'
Well online from the couch you know what that looked been. Yeah nice kid from Minnesota and through you went to Harvard yes and like an okay school. If things that need visible and environmental study. I was gonna study in artist who's in print making. Visual how. It's had always been. Trying to be
Beach Boys' Mike Love on meeting Charles Manson through Dennis Wilson
"We were invited by Dennis to come to dinner to meet Charlie and the family," Mike Love recalled.
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
Singer and songwriter Judith Owen on the inspiration behind her new album
Singer and songwriter Judith Owen discusses her inspiration behind her new album, 'Somebody's Child' on this episode of Live From the Couch.
Patricia Arquette upset Oscars left her trans sister out of In Memoriam tribute
Patricia Arquette was less than pleased with the In Memoriam tribute at Sunday's Oscars as it did not include her sister Alexis Arquette, a trans activist and actor with more than 70 screen credits. "I was really pissed off the academy left out my sister Alexis in the memoriam because Alexis had a
Oscars 'In Memoriam' remembers Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher
The "In Memoriam" segment highlighted some of the Hollywood luminaries lost since the last Oscars. At the start of the segment, Jennifer Aniston got choked up as she mentioned 61-year-old Bill Paxton , who died on the eve of the Oscars following complications from surgery. Paxton was not featured
Expert Breaks Down Why Bob Dylan Deserves the Nobel Prize for Literature
Bob Dylan has won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He's the first musician ever to capture the prize, and the first American writer since 1993 to do so. But should a songwriter really be eligible to win the Nobel Prize for literature? Yes, says Dylan expert David Gaines, professor of English at
Juliette Lewis Talks 'Secrets and Lies'
The actress is live in Times Square to dish on season 2 of the ABC mystery anthology series.