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Pete Townshend Talks Justin Bieber, Keith Moon, and Four Decades of ‘Quadrophenia’ By

Pete Townshend is about to embark on a short U.S. run of orchestral “Classic Quadrophenia” dates with guest stars Billy Idol, tenor Alfie Boe, and, for one special show in Chicago,...

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Kirstin Talks ‘LOVE,’ Self-Confidence, and the Future of Pentatonix By

A cappella sensations Pentatonix have reached superstar status — with three Grammys, 13 million YouTube subscribers, their own Christmas special, and several platinum records to their credit — but at...

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BuzzFeed Journalist Jim DeRogatis on Why His R. Kelly Story ‘Touches on Everything That’s a Problem in America Today’ By

On Monday, the music world was rocked by an explosive exposé in BuzzFeed claiming that controversial R&B star R. Kelly (a man with a long history of alleged sexual misconduct) has...

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The Un-‘Invisible’ Woman, Alison Moyet: ‘It Is Brilliant Being Middle-Aged!’ By

At age 56, Alison Moyet has lived a rich life — many lives, in fact. She’s been a French peasant girl in the British suburb of Billericay, Essex; the big, booming...

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Lyndsey Parker Moderates the ‘Theater Queens’ Panel at RuPaul’s DragCon 2017 By

  Lyndsey moderates a spirited panel at this year’s RuPaul’s DragCon with Season 5 RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Jinkx Monsoon, Season 7 finalist and All-Stars 2 contestant Ginger Minj, Season...

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Garbage Talk About Shirley Manson’s See-Through Grammy Dress, Spending $200,000 on Booze, and How a Bowie Song Brought Them Back Together By

As Garbage members reflect on their 20-plus years as a band and their new retrospective coffee table book, This Is the Noise That Keeps Me Awake, one career highlight that quickly...

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Adam Lambert Talks New Song, New Sound, and Those Old ‘American Idol’ Judging Rumors By

“I think there’s been talk that I’m going to be a judge [on American Idol] every year since I’ve been off the show,” chuckles Season 8 runner-up Adam Lambert, when...

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The Drums’ Jonny Pierce Shares His ‘Abysmal Thoughts’ on Love, Loss, and Growing Up Gay By

It’s understandable that Jonny Pierce, leader of jangly New York indie-pop outfit the Drums, would title his band’s fourth album Abysmal Thoughts. It was certainly an abysmal time in the...

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The Kills Talk Tendon Injuries, Career-Suicidal Tendencies, and 15 Years of Kill-ing It By

Anglo-American art-punks the Kills, aka Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince, have spent all of 2017 celebrating their 15th anniversary — most recently with their new Echo Home – Non-Electric EP, featuring...

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