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Prince Sued Over Judith Hill's Debut Album Download
A producer for singer Judith Hill has filed a lawsuit against Prince after the singer e-mailed a free download link to Hill's album via Live Nation's mailing list. Jolene Cherry filed her suit Friday in Los Angeles, claiming that Hill was already under contract after inking a long-term deal with the producer....
Ad-Rock Makes First Ever Solo Talk Show Visit to 'Tonight Show'
As part of Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz's post-Beastie Boys life, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer appears in a co-starring role in Ben Stiller's new film While We're Young. To promote the movie, Ad-Rock stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to make what he called his "first talk show appearance by myself." During...
George Carlin's Website Relaunched With Rare Recordings
The National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. added a new piece to their collection Friday when they affixed a photograph of George Carlin to their prestigious walls. To celebrate the late comedian's newest achievement, George Carlin's official website has dug into the legendary comic's vaults and unearthed rarely heard recordings...
James Bond Haunted by Ghosts of His Past in 'Spectre' Teaser
Spectre, the 24th film in the James Bond saga, is scheduled to hit theaters November 6th, and although the latest 007 flick is still in the midst of shooting, filmmakers unveiled a minute-long first look at what Daniel Craig's secret agent faces in the aftermath of Skyfall. As the official 007 YouTube page explains, "A...
Watch Martin Gore's Animated Video for 'Europa Hymn'
Earlier this month, Depeche Mode founder Martin Gore announced plans to release a new self-titled solo LP under the moniker MG. The album, which features 16 electronic instrumental tracks, was written, recorded and produced by Gore after Depeche Mode wrapped up their 2013 tour. Gore previously offered up MG's first single...
Ben Stiller's High School Garage Band Sets Album Release
Before Ben Stiller was Derek Zoolander or Greg Focker, he was just another high school student messing around in a garage band. In the late Seventies, Stiller and a few of his New York City friends, including frontman Kriss Roebling, formed the band Capital Punishment, with the future Tropic Thunder actor...
Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best Van Halen Album?
Van Halen announced details of a 40-date summer tour this week with special guest Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Unlike their recent arena tours, this one will concentrate on outdoor amphitheaters. They're slated to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live next week to promote the tour and their album Tokyo Dome Live In Concert,...
Watch Barack Obama and 'The Wire' Creator Talk Criminal Justice Reform
President Barack Obama sat down with The Wire creator David Simon for a thought-provoking conversation about criminal justice reform, our nation's "bank-breaking" habit of incarcerating drug-related offenses and the challenges facing police. Obama, who says The Wire is "one of the greatest, not just television shows, but pieces of art in...
Meet John Urschel, NFL Mathlete and Lover of Graph Laplacians
To simply say that John Urschel is "not your typical NFL player" would be selling him short: Urschel is not your typical mathematician, either. A two-time All-Big Ten offensive lineman at Penn State, the 300-pound Urschel was taken by the Baltimore Ravens in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft...
New Tupac Music From the Vaults Headed for Release
Previously unreleased recordings by Tupac Shakur will come out as new releases now that a new company has begun handling the late rapper's estate. Shakur's mother, Afeni, has been working with JAM, Inc. since 2013, according to Billboard, and has given the company access to everything in her collection. The company has...
Is This the Beginning of One Direction's End?
Zayn Malik's exit from One Direction may be a bigger blow to the group than anyone anticipated. The singer says he quit the superstar five-piece with hopes of living life as a "normal 22-year-old," and the boy band insists they'll continue on without him. "We're looking forward to recording the new album and seeing all...
The Rise and Fall of Tower Records: Colin Hanks on His Tribute Doc
Like generations of record collectors, actor Colin Hanks was seriously bummed when a friend told him she'd walked by a going-out-of-business sale at New York's Tower Records store in 2006. The retail empire had opened in 1960 in the back of a drugstore; when the red-and-yellow, 89-store CD chain went...
Strange 'Froot': Marina and the Diamonds on Why She's Not 'Pop'
Marina and the Diamonds – the Welsh singer born Marina Diamandis – has worked with the biggest producers in music and scored a Number One album in her home country. Froot, a groove-heavy chronicle of high highs and low lows, just debuted in the U.S. Top 10, but the singer still...
Watch George Lucas Mock Fox News on 'The Daily Show'
On Thursday's episode of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart recruited filmmaker George Lucas to sarcastically honor Fox News for their cautioned coverage of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. The Star Wars mastermind, representing "liberal Hollywood," promised to "only make movies from now on that are blindly uncritical of...
Zayn Malik Breaks Silence Following One Direction Split
Zayn Malik has broken his silence following his split earlier this week with One Direction. The singer spoke with UK tabloid The Sun about his decision to leave the boy band behind and take some time to himself. "I've never felt more in control in my life," the singer said, hours after informing the band of...
Jason Alexander to Replace Larry David in Broadway Show
Twenty-five years after the creators of Seinfeld cast little-known Broadway actor Jason Alexander to portray Larry David's "alter ego" George Costanza, Alexander is once again stepping into a role David created. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Seinfeld alum will replace David in the hit Broadway show Fish in the Dark beginning June 9th. The show...
Paul Heyman on Brock Lesnar, 'WrestleMania' and His 'Arsenal of Bullsh--'
It's been a long time since I really enjoyed pro wrestling. I was a diehard fan throughout my Hulk Hogan-obsessed youth and even more fanatical as a high schooler during the Attitude Era. But after a stint in my mid-twenties as a WWE writer – where I saw firsthand how...
What Does Ted Cruz Look Like?
On multiple occasions, I've sat down to drinks with politically aware friends, and the same question has come up: "What does Ted Cruz look like?" A hand goes up and makes a faint pointing gesture, and you can tell a grand pronouncement is supposed to follow, but then. . .nothing....
Inside the Doc on Sebastiao Salgado's Amazing Life in Pictures
The first time Wim Wenders saw Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado's work — a haunting black and white portrait of workers toiling in the Amazon's Serra Pelada gold mine — he bought the print on the spot. Soon, he began collecting the artist's pictures, chasing down stills for sale and picking...
Ozzy Osbourne Needs Surgery, Cancels Ozzfiesta
The Riviera Maya, Mexico leg of Ozzfest, dubbed the Ozzfiesta, has been cancelled after organizers revealed that Ozzy Osbourne would undergo an unspecified surgery once the Black Sabbath singer's upcoming South American jaunt ends May 2nd. The Ozzfiesta was initially scheduled for May 27th at Riviera Maya's Hard Rock Hotel, but the...
No, Kentucky Couldn't Beat an NBA Team
At this point, it seems like we’re running out of adjectives to describe the University of Kentucky men's basketball team. During the Wildcats' 78-39 ass-kicking of West Virginia on Thursday night, we broke into the reserves during the first half. By the second, the game had become so overwhelmingly lopsided that...
Watch Blur Debut 'Lonesome Street' at Sweaty London Club Gig
A month from today, Blur will release The Magic Whip, the eighth studio album of their career and the first since 2003's Think Tank. Few have listened to any of its tracks, but last Friday, 300 or so fans – as many as could squeeze into West London's Mode nightclub – heard...
James Franco on 'The Interview': 'We Never Felt We Were Doing Something Wrong'
Months after the limited theater and digital release of Seth Rogen and James Franco's controversial 2014 comedy, The Interview, the actors are still being asked to reflect on the film's political and ethical implications. During a sit-down Thursday on The Late Show With David Letterman, Franco was adamant that the movie's...
10 Things We Learned Spending Two Days With Bill Withers
In a little under a month, Bill Withers will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. "I'm grateful to whoever remembered me," he says. "When I die, they'll probably put this on my tombstone." Withers hasn't performed a public concert since the early 1990s, and the 76-year-old soul...
Indiana Governor Signs Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Bill
Being called an "asshole" by Miley Cyrus didn't prevent Indiana Governor Mike Pence from signing into law a controversial "Religious Liberty" bill that will allow the state's business owners to deny service to the LGBT community. While Senate Bill 101 claims that it protects Indiana citizens so that the state government "may...
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