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Rita Ora on Life in the Public Eye: ‘It Was Petrifying to Know What I Was Getting Into’ By

Pop star Rita Ora has been in the spotlight since she was a teenager, and in her native Britain — the land of gossip rags like Hello, OK, and the...

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Barenaked Ladies’ Serious Side: ‘There’s a Lot of Political Material on All Our Records’ By

Barenaked Ladies have sold millions of albums and have been nominated for a whopping 18 Juno Awards in their native Canada, yet they’ve struggled to be taken seriously. “The words...

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Fantasia on Christmas: ‘Let Families Come Back Together, Because They’re Breaking Up’ By

American Idol Season 3 champion Fantasia’s life struggles have been well documented — in her memoir and accompanying TV biopic Life Is Not a Fairytale, for starters, as well as...

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Gwen Stefani Talks Faith, Christmas, and the ‘Spiritual Intervention’ that Led Her to Blake Shelton By

Two and half years ago, in August 2015, Gwen Stefani was in a dark place, as her 13-year marriage to the father of her three children, Gavin Rossdale, whom she’d...

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De-Mystified: The Stories Behind 6 Michael Hutchence-Inspired Songs By

It’s hard to believe that Michael Hutchence, the devastatingly charismatic lead singer of pop/funk/rock band INXS, passed away 20 years ago, on Nov. 22, 1997. Even in an era when...

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Noel Gallagher: ‘Many Fans Don’t Want Oasis to Reunite — Because They’ve Got F***ing Lives’ By

While countless nostalgic Britpop aficionados still yearn for the day when Oasis’s Gallagher brothers will once again share a stage — and even younger sibling Liam, who released his debut...

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X Talk 40 Years of Love, Loss, Punk, and Being ‘Just a Little Too Weird’ By

“Someone was asking me, ‘What advice do you have for women just starting out and playing music and in a band?’ And I blurted out, ‘Don’t get married!’” It’s an...

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Paul Weller Talks Politics, the Past, and Punk: ‘There’s No Future in Nostalgia’ By

British rock legend Paul Weller first hit the scene four decades ago, releasing not one but two iconic albums with his mod trio the Jam — In the City and...

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Henry Rollins Lists His Favorite Political Albums By

“I’m coming to you as someone whose life was changed by music, and it’s punk rock that really formulated the person who’s croaking into the phone to you right now,”...

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Stone Temple Pilots Reflect on 25th Anniversary, Weiland and Bennington Tragedies By

“There’s something that doesn’t feel quite right to sit here and talk about Scott. It saddens me that he’s not able to be here and do it himself.” So remarks...

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