The nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 's 2018 class have been revealed, and the list spans multiple genres of music including rock, rap, metal, jazz, R&B, punk, progressive rock, and funk. Among the big names are Bon Jovi, LL Cool J , Dire Straits , Eurythmics , The Cars, and the Moody
This week, “Weird Al” Yankovic released the best album of the week ( get the full review here ), but we also got new albums from singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, legendary curmudgeon Morrissey, Norah Jones’ new trio Puss N Boots, the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s new movie “Wish I Was Here,” Jack
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This week enigmatic Los Angeles-based, Australian pop singer Sia returns with her epic album “1000 Forms Of Fear,” Judas Priest deliver some blistering metal, Chicago adds yet another volume to their 45-year recording history, pop/reggae singer Maxi Priest returns after a while out of the
Perhaps because it is a holiday week, this week’s release schedule is a little more sedate than usual, showcasing new albums from Robin Thicke and South African rock band Seether. In addition, They Might Be Giants dropped a live version of their 1986 debut album and the Jayhawks re-released three
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Scotty McCreery is the new " American Idol ." McCreery's win followed an evening of star-studded performances by Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Judas Priest, Tom Jones, Tony Bennett and Bono singing alongside "Idol" contestants. It was the first-ever, all-country final in "American Idol" history, with Lauren
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Music game fans looking for something edgier than Michael Jackson or Duran Duran can now rock out with Activision's Guitar Hero: Metallica, the latest in the best-selling rhythm series. Despite the steep $60 price tag, it's not a full-blown sequel as with last year's Guitar Hero: World Tour— but