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The Killers, Macklemore, Van Morrison and more music reviews
This week the Killers return with an album that takes them in some new, Macklemore releases a new solo album, interesting directions, Van Morrison re-examines blues and R&B, trip-hop pioneer Tricky drops a new, spellbinding record, folk-singer-songwriter Kris Delmhorst releases her first album in
Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane Is Dead at 74
Paul Kantner, the singer, guitarist and songwriter who co-founded the pioneering San Francisco psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane and its spin-off group Jefferson Starship, died Thursday at the age of 74, his manager told to ABC News. Longtime Jefferson Starship publicist Cynthia Bowman told
How Selena Gomez's Record Channels Lorde and Ellie Goulding
This week Selena Gomez switches labels and drops an album of chilled pop, British Invasion band The Zombies burst back onto the scene, indie-rockers The Decemberists release an EP to follow-up this year’s fantastic “What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World,” Tori Amos releases the soundtrack
Eddie Redmayne's Mind-Blowing New Role
"The Theory of Everything" star talks on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" about what could be his career-making performance.
Music Reviews: The Latest From Sinead O’Connor, Michael Cera and More
This week Sinead O’Connor makes a strong attempt to return herself to her early career glory with complicated results, hip-hop purists Dilated Peoples make a return, actor Michael Cera makes a surprise foray into the music world, The Gaslight Anthem beef up their sound, FKA twigs delivers some
Neil Young and Friends Push 'Pono' - Aim to Leave CDs, MP3s in the Dust
Legendary musician Neil Young says he has a new device that makes listening to music on MP3s or even CDs seem like listening underwater -- and a surging Kickstarter campaign suggests music fans are all ears. So far, the campaign has raised more than $2 million for Pono -- a personal music player
Regis Retirement: What's Next for 'Live'?
Sharyn Alfonsi on what will become of "Live" after Regis Philbin's departure.
Eat, Pray, Love ... From Home
You Don't Have to Fly Out of the Country to Have Elizabeth Gilbert's Experience
Woodstock's 40th Draws Geezers, Maybe Sex and Drugs Too
Former Flower Children Do Remember 1969 Fest: Peace, Drugs and Rock 'N Roll
Do You Like Canadian Music?
In 1991, the Violent Femmes asked, "do you like American music?" But what about Canadian music? As opposed to the so-called "British invasion" of the 1960s and subsequent decades, one doesn't often hear about Canadian music, specifically. In the U.S. there is a Bloomington, Ind.-based record label