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Pete Yorn, Lucius, Jeff Buckley and More Music Reviews
This week singer-songwriter Pete Yorn releases his first solo album since 2010, indie-rockers Lucius deliver their sophomore effort, the late Jeff Buckley ’s first recordings for Columbia see release, They Might Be Giants drop their third studio album in a year, The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon
Eurythmics Singer Dave Stewart Reflects On His Career
Dave Stewart is most famous for being one-half of Eurythmics , but a look through his credits and his new book, the aptly-titled “Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This,” reveals that for the last 40 years or so, he's done so much more. From co-writing the theme to “Ruthless People” with Mick Jagger to
Ellen Pao Loses Big Silicon Valley Sex-Bias Case to Kleiner Perkins
A preeminent venture capital firm was victorious in Silicon Valley's biggest sex discrimination suit. A jury ruled in favor of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, which had been sued by Ellen Pao, the interim CEO of Reddit and former partner of the firm. Pao, 45, filed her complaint in May 2012
Music Reviews: The Latest From Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd, Damien Rice and More
This week the Foo Fighters offer up the much-hyped companion album to their HBO series “Sonic Highways,” Pink Floyd returns for one last goodbye with “The Endless River,” Damien Rice breaks an eight-year silence while Garth Brooks returns after a huge 13-year break, Marianne Faithfull sets a darkly
Priest Sings For Brides Walking Down the Aisle
A Northern Ireland Priest sings "Hallelujah" for brides as they walk down the aisle.
Instant Index: From Rock Royalty to Real Royalty plus a Serenade Viewed by 10 Million
Our Friday "Instant index" has rock royalty, real rilty, and a serenade seen by 10 million of us. Paula Faris has this. Reporter: As we begin the best of this week's "Instant index," the royal family today yachting in their tour down under. But, it was that royal play date that you shared the most
Rockin' (and rollin') the Hall vote
When will the voters get it through their thick, impenetrable skulls that they need to finally elect all the deserving candidates into the Hall of Fame rather than those who simply meet their own very personal, arbitrary and inconsistent standards? No, I'm not complaining that Barry Bonds , Roger
Former Silicon Valley Venture Capital Partner Wants 'Justice' in Sex Discrimination Suit
Former Kleiner Perkins Partner Wants 'Justice' in Court Against for Discrimination Suit
Diane Sawyer Gives Advice to Young Journalists, Contemplates 'Dancing with the Stars' During Facebook Q&A
“World News” anchor Diane Sawyer took to Facebook this afternoon to answer viewer questions. She tackled everything from whether she’d write a book to whether she’d ever go on “Dancing With the Stars.” Here are a few of our favorite responses: 1. Return to ‘GMA’?...
Indie Artist Jason Molina Dies at 39
Singer songwriter Jason Molina, who recorded under the names Songs:Ohia and the Magnolia Electric Co., died Saturday at age 39 at his home in Indianapolis. His label, Secretly Canadian, said he died of “natural causes.” Molina struggled with alcoholism for years, and, after more than...