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The Rolling Stones , Childish Gambino, John Legend and Deadmau5 All Having Winning New Albums
This week is a collection of winners. As we enter December, the Rolling Stones drop a collection of classic blues covers, Childish Gambino reinvents himself as an oddball funk artist, John Legend joins forces with producer Blake Mills on his latest album and Deadmau5 releases a confident new album.
Today in History
Today in History Today is Tuesday, Dec. 6, the 341st day of 2016. There are 25 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On Dec. 6, 1889, Jefferson Davis, the first and only president of the Confederate States of America, died in New Orleans. The Mark Twain novel "A Connecticut Yankee
The Rolling Stones' New Album 'Blue & Lonesome' Drops Today
The Rolling Stones ' first new studio album in 11 years, "Blue & Lonesome," arrives today. The 12-track collection of vintage blues covers was recorded live without overdubs in a London studio over the course of a few days. Speaking to the media at a recent red-carpet event celebrating the New York
How Many Days Does It Take Rolling Stones to Make an Album?
The Rolling Stones initially went into the studio to create original rock music, but after rehearsing blues songs to flex their musical muscles, they took an unintended path: They recorded an entire blues album, and it only took them three days
The Weeknd's 'Starboy' Is Good, but Misses 'the Mysterious Intrigue of His Earlier Work'
You would think Black Friday would have been a monster of a release day for music. No. It wasn’t. That says a lot about the changing model of the music industry as the physical has been more frequently replaced by the download and the download has been effectively hijacked by the streaming
Music Review: 'Blue & Lonesome' by the Rolling Stones
Music Review: The Rolling Stones show they can play the blues on their new album, "Blue & Lonesome"
Hans Zimmer Channels His Inner Rock Star for Upcoming Tour
Hans Zimmer channels his inner rock star for upcoming "Revealed" tour, announces first US concert dates
How Cuba's Tourism Scene Has Already Changed
President Obama's move to help normalize relations with Cuba has already attracted more travel to the country.
Harvey Weinstein Talks Movie Business
Harvey Weinstein gives insight into the movie business and shares his best advice for aspiring filmmakers on "Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis".
Rolling Stones Share Favorite Highlights of 'Exhibitionism' Exhibit
To celebrate the New York City opening of the expansive Rolling Stones exhibit "Exhibitionism" this past Saturday, the band's members attended a special red carpet event Tuesday night across the street from the attraction. While chatting with the media, Mick Jagger , Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood