In albums released this past Friday, Pink goes mostly into ballad mode, St. Vincent collaborates with producer Jack Antonoff, Robert Plant expands on his post-Zeppelin legacy, Wu-Tang releases a new collection, Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan rebrands himself as William Patrick Corgan and
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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
ABC News' Paula Faris interviews singer Robert Randolph about his new album and style of music.
This week rock-duo Japandroids released their first album since 2012, we got a new studio album from Train, prolific garage-rocker Ty Segall added another entry to his lengthy discography, rapper P.O.S made a triumphant return, Allison Crutchfield dropped her first proper solo record, folk-singer
Train's new album, "A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat," arrives Friday, but it's just the latest chapter in an intensely creative period for the Grammy-winning group. Since their 2014 album "Bulletproof Picasso," they've released two other albums, which frontman Pat Monahan told ABC News keeps things "super
Steve Ford was 18 years old when President Richard Nixon resigned and his father, Gerald Ford became the president.
We have come to the end of another year. In 2016, we lost an unreasonable number of legendary performers and it has been a rather trying year otherwise, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this has been the best year musically since 1999. You wouldn’t know that by turning on the radio as
The "Lion" star spoke about his acting career and latest work in an interview for ABC News' "Popcorn with Peter Travers."