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Legal Dispute Over B.B. King's Last Days Gets Uglier
The attorney representing B.B. King's daughters has fired back at the bluesman's business manager and her legal team, claiming that they are "dragging mourning daughters through the mud" over allegations that the guitarist was poisoned. King's daughters, Karen Williams and Patty King, previously said in separate affidavits that they believe King's manager LaVerne Toney...
Watch U2 Perform 'Sweetest Thing' With Bono Impersonator
"You're looking really good, man," Bono told the singer of a U2 tribute band that he'd pulled onstage at the band's L.A. Forum gig Tuesday night. It helped that the man in question, Joe Hier – who sings for an outfit called Hollywood U2 – was in full Bono gear with...
Hear Rolling Stones' Rocking 'Dead Flowers' Alternate Take
The Rolling Stones have released the alternate version of "Dead Flowers" that will appear on their upcoming deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers. A stark departure from the country romp that came out on the group's 1971 LP, the alternate take plays up a bluesier, harder-rocking arrangement and finds Mick Jagger...
On the Charts: Twenty One Pilots Earn Top Spot
Twenty One Pilots' Blurryface soared to Number One on the Billboard 200 as the Ohio duo's fourth album sold 146,000 total units in its debut week. Twenty One Pilots' landing of the top spot was all but fated when, weeks ago, the duo were topping the iTunes album chart with...
Inside Julian Casablancas' Post-Apocalyptic New Video 'Human Sadness'
Julian Casablancas sees the valor in going down with the ship. For "Human Sadness" – the apocalyptically themed new video from the Strokes singer's other group, the Voidz – he took inspiration from the Titanic's eight-member orchestra, who are said to have played until their deaths. "It just seemed like a fitting...
Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams Jr. Headline New Country-Rock Fest
With 264 residents spread over six square miles, Sparta — a former railroad stop that sits 45 minutes south of Cincinnati — is one Kentucky's smallest cities. Come August 28th, though, the local population will swell to more than 30,000, thanks to a new three-day music festival co-headlined by Miranda...
U2 Tour Manager Dennis Sheehan Dead at 68
Longtime U2 tour manager Dennis Sheehan died Tuesday night in West Hollywood. The band confirmed his death via its website. He was on tour with the group in Los Angeles, where U2 was about to kick off a five-night residency. Variety reports Sheehan suffered a heart attack. He was 68. "We've lost...
Watch Tense Trailer for Sci-Fi Series 'Mr. Robot'
"What if you could set in motion the largest revolution the world will ever see – the single biggest incident of wealth redistribution in history?" That intriguing question, voiced by a mysterious hacker played by Christian Slater, is the central theme of Mr. Robot, a new drama series set to premiere...
RZA Directing Common, Azealia Banks in New Rap Film 'Coco'
Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA and rapper Azealia Banks are teaming for the upcoming musical drama Coco. RZA will direct the Lionsgate/Codeblack Films feature, which stars Banks as a "twentysomething female rapper named Coco." The Brooklyn-set film – which co-stars Common, Jill Scott and Lorraine Toussaint – has already begun shooting in New York.  In...
Legal Pot, Marriage Equality Making Americans More Socially Liberal
According to a new Gallup poll, an increasing number of Americans are describing themselves as socially liberal, thanks in large part to two things, according to The Washington Post: the partial legalization of marijuana and same-sex marriage. The poll found that Americans are generally turning to the left on social issues, particularly...
Jason Segel Channels David Foster Wallace in 'End of the Tour' Trailer
Famed author David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) and Rolling Stone writer David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) form a complicated bond in the first trailer for The End of the Tour, a film that examines the duo's five-day encounter during the writer's Infinite Jest book tour. "When I think of this trip, I see...
Ornette Coleman Files Lawsuit Over Alleged Unauthorized Album
It had been nearly 20 years since jazz legend Ornette Coleman released a studio album when a new LP donning the saxophonist's name titled New Vocabulary arrived quietly in 2014. A year later, Coleman has filed a federal lawsuit against Antibalas' Jordan McLean and drummer Amir Ziv for releasing New Vocabulary...
5 Seconds of Summer's Secret YouTube Obsession: Green Day Videos
5 Seconds of Summer may be young, but they're already used to playing huge arenas filled with screaming girls. They opened for One Direction on two different international tours, becoming stars before they even released their self-titled debut. After prepping with a handful of theater dates, the under-21 quartet is now...
Kilian Martin on 'Searching Sirocco,' the Year's Most Epic Skateboarding Film
Nearly two years after the release of their stunning India Within, skateboarder Kilian Martin and director Brett Novak have (somehow) succeeded in raising the stakes with their eighth film – Searching Sirocco. Traversing evocative landscapes and perilous terrains that preach both magnificence and menace, Martin once again proves himself a devout artist sans...
Jenny Lewis Recruits Fred Armisen, Feist For Hilarious Video
Years before reinventing herself as one of indie-rock's most respected songwriters, Jenny Lewis was a child actress – appearing in a number of films (Pleasantville) and TV shows (Roseanne). In a playful nod to her cinematic past, the musician has directed a video for her soulful single "She's Not Me," recruiting friends...
Watch Roots Duo HoneyHoney Perform Yearning New Song
Last week, with a summer-long tour on the horizon and a Dave Cobb-produced album, 3, due out June 9th, HoneyHoney headed to Colorado to rehearse, refresh and prepare for the months ahead. "We're in Denver," Suzanne Santo announces one morning, while bandmate Ben Jaffe bangs around the kitchen behind her, heating up...
Blink-182 Inch Toward 'Friendly Divorce' From Tom DeLonge
Blink-182's public and acrimonious split from Tom DeLonge appears to be inching toward an amicable resolution as bassist-vocalist Mark Hoppus revealed in a new interview that the band have almost legally cut ties with the soon-to-be-ex-guitarist. "We are right now going through what so far has been a friendly divorce with our former...
Flashback: Watch Reba McEntire Sing for Elizabeth Taylor
In 1953, two years before future country superstar Reba McEntire was born, songwriters Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster penned a tune that would later top both the pop and country charts, and be recorded by scores of artists along the way. "Secret Love" was written for inclusion in the...
13 Best and Worst Modern-Horror Movie Remakes
Last weekend, horror fans were blessed (or cursed) with a new version of Poltergeist, the 1982 Tobe Hooper/Steven Spielberg collaboration that taught a generation of young, impressionable moviegoers to fear static-y TVs and reflections of themselves clawing their faces off. Whether an update was really necessary is, of course, beside...
Florence Welch on Stripping Down at Coachella and Fooling Neil Young
"I had to fall apart a bit," says Florence Welch of How Big How Blue How Beautiful, the first Florence and the Machine album in four years. In the period leading up to the album, Welch, 28, endured a rough breakup with her boyfriend and was partying too much. Not only...
Kasey Chambers Ends Four Year Drought With New Album
Fifteen years after the U.S. release of her award-winning solo debut, The Captain, Australian singer-songwriter Kasey Chambers will issue Bittersweet, her tenth studio album and first solo record since 2010's Little Bird. Produced by Nick DiDia, known for his work with Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen and the Wallflowers, Chambers' LP...
B.B. King's Estate on Poisoning Allegations: 'Baseless and Unfounded'
As Memphis' Beale Street prepares to remember B.B. King's legacy at a memorial procession Wednesday, the bluesman's estate has hit back at allegations that King's business manager LaVerne Toney poisoned him in the months leading up to his May 14th death. In a statement, a lawyer for the estate says that King's daughters'...
Old Crow Medicine Show Talk New EP, Summer Tour
Hitting the road during the warmer months is nothing new for Grammy-winning string band Old Crow Medicine Show, but it's a stellar sampling of tour mates — openers Sturgill Simpson and the Devil Makes Three, co-headliners Willie Nelson & Family and Brandi Carlisle, and headliners the Avett Brothers — that...
Federal Investigation Leads to Strict Rules for Cleveland Police
After a 21-month investigation and five months of negotiations, the City of Cleveland and the U.S. Department of Justice have reached a consent decree enacting some of the strictest policing rules in the country, The New York Times reports. Noting a pattern of unconstitutional policing and abuse, the DOJ report noted,...
Abbey Road, Stankonia Open Up Studios for New Artists
The world's most famous studios will be opening their doors to new and emerging artists later this year. Twelve studios — including London's Abbey Road and Atlanta's Stankonia — will host a total of 84 recording sessions in September. Converse Rubber Tracks, which will open the Boston affiliate to its Brooklyn...
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