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This article originally appeared on Review: Morrissey, Alt-Rock's Greatest Stand-Up, Still Has It on Album Number 11

This article originally appeared on Review: Soul Queen Sharon Jones Offers a Powerful Posthumous Farewell

Mariah Carey makes a new bid for holiday season ubiquity with "The Star," a sentimental ballad she recorded for the animated Nativity film of the same name. The singer also appears in the track's video, which came out on Thursday and doubles as a teaser for the movie.

The clip alternates between shots of

This article originally appeared on See Mariah Carey's Uplifting Video for 'The Star'

Last night, the new Call of Duty came out, and Post Malone was so stoked about it that he parked himself in front of his Xbox until 6 a.m. Right now it's 4 p.m. and he's back at it. It's a sunny Friday in the affluent L.A. suburb of Tarzana, but the shades are drawn in Malone's den to block the light – his wall-size projecting screen is particularly susceptible, he says, to

This article originally appeared on Post Malone: Confessions of a Hip-Hop Rock Star

Jay-Z penned a New York Times op-ed to ramp up his criticism of the criminal justice system on Friday after a judge sentenced the rapper Meek

This article originally appeared on Jay-Z Pens Meek Mill Op-Ed Highlighting 'Trap' of Probation

Kendrick Lamar makes a brief appearance on U2's "American Soul," a buzzing, distorted new Songs of Experience cut that the rock band shared on Friday. 

The Edge's guitar defines "American Soul," pushing the song forward in spiky,

This article originally appeared on Hear U2, Kendrick Lamar on Jagged New Song 'American Soul'

Green Day pay homage to John Carpenter's sci-fi classic They Live in the band's new video for "Back in the USA," one of two new tracks on their just-released greatest hits

This article originally appeared on See Green Day's 'They Live'-Inspired 'Back in the USA' Video

Major Lazer are readying the release of their new film, which documents their historic 2016 concert in Havana, Cuba called

This article originally appeared on Hear Major Lazer's Buoyant New Song 'Love Life'

In June, what turned out be Chris Cornell's final video was released. A collaboration with video director Meiert Avis, he and Cornell worked on "The Promise," which Cornell

This article originally appeared on See Touching Theatrical Version of Chris Cornell's 'The Promise' Video

This article originally appeared on Review: Mavis Staples and Producer Jeff Tweedy Fight the Powers That Be

In October 2015, David Bowie decided to end his cancer treatments after learning the disease had spread too far to recover from. The very same week, he traveled to a Brooklyn soundstage to shoot a video for his new song "Lazarus," the name of a biblical figure that Jesus brought back from the dead. Bowie spent the day in a hospital bed as cameras captured him with a bandage around his head.

This article originally appeared on Inside David Bowie's Final Act: New Doc Dives Into 'Lazarus'

Radiohead drummer Phil Selway joined Ringo Starr and the All Starr Band for a performance of

This article originally appeared on Watch Radiohead's Phil Selway Join Ringo Starr for Beatles Classic

Kinky Friedman has performed with Bob Dylan, traveled with Led Zeppelin and partied with John Belushi. When his cocaine habit nearly killed him, he returned to Texas and wrote 30 books, including 18 detective novels and memoirs featuring Willie Nelson and Billy Bob Thornton. More than 547,000 Texans voted for him when he ran for governor in 2006, and bosom buddies Willie Nelson, Jimmy

This article originally appeared on Kinky Friedman on the Night Bob Dylan, Jack Nicholson Crashed His Wild House Party

One night in the late 1950s, the Flamingos' bus pulled up to a concert hall in Birmingham, Alabama, and a row of 30 to 50 police officers holding rifles and billy clubs was waiting for them. The cops escorted the six-member doo-wop group, famous for "I Only Have Eyes for You" and "The Ladder of Love," to its dressing room and gave strict instructions: As black performers, they were to make eye

This article originally appeared on The Rope: The Forgotten History of Segregated Rock & Roll Concerts

Musical-theater productions tend to gestate for long periods, but Red Roses, Green Gold, the Off-Broadway show featuring the music of the Grateful Dead that opened in October, still seems like a special case. Playwright Michael Norman Mann first had the idea for the show when he attended a Dead gig in the

This article originally appeared on Inside the New Grateful Dead Musical

Macklemore enlisted the help of DJ Premier and two budding Seattle rappers, Dave B and Travis Thompson, for a delightful performance of "Corner Store" on The Tonight Show Wednesday. The track appears on Macklemore's latest

This article originally appeared on Watch Macklemore's Uplifting Performance of 'Corner Store' on 'Fallon'

It ended as it began – only bigger. Nearly 50 years after Black Sabbath formed in Birmingham, England, they played the final show of their farewell tour there this

This article originally appeared on Black Sabbath Reflect on 'The End': 'It Was So Weird Saying Goodbye'

Remy Ma spurns "fake-ass bitches" with Lil Kim in the glossy new clip for "Wake Me Up."

"Wake Me Up" is filled with contemptuous couplets aimed at unnamed liars and back-stabbers. "You a clown, and homey, don't play that shit/ See, they ain't slick, be talkin' all cray and shit," she raps, as a shiny

This article originally appeared on See Remy Ma, Lil Kim in Triumphant 'Wake Me Up' Video

Fleetwood Mac will include a slew of previously unreleased studio and live recordings on a new reissue of their 1975 self-titled album, out January 19th. 

The new set will be available in several

This article originally appeared on Fleetwood Mac Unearth Rarities for 1975 Self-Titled LP Reissue

A Perfect Circle continue their march towards releasing their first new album since 2004 with the somber, black-and-white video for "The Doomed."

"The Doomed" moves between drubbing, guitar-heavy verses and pensive, highly melodic yet utterly bleak hooks: "What of the pious, the pure of heart, the peaceful?" Maynard James Keenan wonders. "What of the meek, the mourning, and the

This article originally appeared on See A Perfect Circle's Cold, Stark Video for 'The Doomed'

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