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An Epic Q&A With The Darkness’s Justin Hawkins, Last of His Kind By

  VH1 really dropped the ball by never making a Behind the Music rockumentary on the Darkness, a band of rock ‘n’ roll titans who suffered every setback imaginable and...

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Noel Gallagher: ‘If Paul McCartney Writes Oasis’s Comeback Single, It’s On’ By

  Noel Gallagher has made some of the best music of his career (with his new collective, High Flying Birds) since his acrimonious split with brother/Oasis bandmate Liam Gallagher in...

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See Willam UnRuPaulogetically Perform at Yahoo Music By

Willam is probably the most notorious figure in RuPaul’s Drag Race herstory. The Season 4 rabblerouser was the first and only contestant to be disqualified from the series, but she...

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Simple Minds Thought Psychedelic Furs Should Record ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’ By

The two most popular songs in the John Hughes movie discography are the Psychedelic Furs’ “Pretty in Pink,” which inspired a movie of the same title, and Simple Minds’ “Don’t...

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David Lee Roth: ‘I Only Listen to Dance Music’ By

Van Halen’s David Lee Roth wasn’t kidding when he once sang “Dance the Night Away.” Although he’s back with his old band doing rock classics — like “Panama,” which Van...

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Idol Illustrated with Clark Beckham By

Clark Beckham made it all the way to the finale on this just-wrapped season of American Idol, and he never compromised his artistic integrity, sticking to his guns for his...

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Idol Illustrated with Nick Fradiani By

Nick Fradiani just won Season 14 of American Idol, and Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta is about to put him to work. But somehow Nick still found time, the day after...

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Counting on Matt McAndrew: ‘The Voice’s’ New Breakout Star By

Matt McAndrew may have placed runner-up (to the also-worthy Craig Wayne Boyd) last season on The Voice, but he’s already shaping up to be one of the biggest stars to...

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Caleb Johnson on Life After ‘Idol’: ‘Interscope Didn’t Believe in Me’ By

While Season 13 American Idol champion Caleb Johnson had the quickest album release in the series’ history — his full-length debut, Testify, came out in August 2014, only three months...

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Idol Illustrated with Quentin Alexander By

Quentin Alexander had one of the most crazy and controversial runs in American Idol history, due to a heated verbal exchange between him and judge Harry Connick Jr. last Wednesday (an incident that likely...

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