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Ann Wilson Talks Uncertain Future of Heart: ‘It’s Never Going to Be Like It Was Before’ By

“Heart’s always been sort of like a cockroach. You can set off a bomb, and it’ll still be alive underneath.” So says Ann Wilson, the legendary rock goddess who founded...

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BBMAs-Winning K-pop Sensations BTS Talk Eminem, Fandoms, and Learning English From ‘Friends’ By

Some laypeople may have been surprised when K-pop septet BTS won the Top Social Media Artist honor by a landslide at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, beating out Western pop...

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Duran Duran on ‘Rio,’ 35 Years Later: The ‘Exotic, Erotic’ Album That ‘Put Us on the Map – and Kept Us There’ By

Was there ever any album that embodied all things grand and glamorous about the escapist, excessive, exotic, erotic, aspirational ’80s more than Duran Duran’s Rio? The vivid cover art alone...

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No Doubt’s Tony Kanal and AFI’s Davey Havok on Supergroup Dreamcar: ‘An Opportunity to Press the Reset Button’ By

No Doubt’s Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian Young did a such an excellent job keeping Dreamcar — their new electro/pop/rock supergroup with AFI frontman Davey Havok — a secret,...

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Hello, It’s Him: Todd Rundgren Returns With All-Star Album ‘White Knight’ By

Rock ’n’ roll voyager Todd Rundgren set his course for stardom in 1967 with his first hit, “Open My Eyes,” fronting psychedelic power pop band the Nazz. With the release...

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The Revolution on Why Working With Prince Was ‘Like Going to the Moon’ By

“It was very difficult for us to climb up those stairs, I’ve got to tell you,” says Bobby Z., drummer for the late Prince’s most iconic band, the Revolution. He’s...

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Peter Hook on How New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’ Lost $100K and What Might Have Been if Joy Division’s Ian Curtis Had Lived By

New Order’s 1983 synth classic “Blue Monday” is one of the most important and beloved songs of the new wave era. The nine-minute alt-dance opus influenced and inspired everyone from...

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Margaret Cho Opens Up About How Joan Rivers and the Go-Go’s Changed Her Life By

Strolling through the aisles of Hollywood’s Record Parlour store, sifting through bins crammed with more than 50,000 vintage vinyl albums, comedian/musician/TV host/rabid music fan Margaret Cho heads for the comedy...

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Dave Gahan Remembers Performing With Chickens on German TV By

Ah, the ’80s. It was a wacky and wonderful time for pop music, especially when it came to visuals. MTV’s programming schedule was packed with gender-bending, genre-crossing new-wavers starring in...

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Gavin Rossdale Opens Up About David Bowie, the New Bush Album, and His Ultimate Breakup Song By

Strolling through the aisles of Hollywood’s Record Parlour store, sifting through bins crammed with more than 50,000 vintage vinyl albums, Gavin Rossdale reflects on the influences behind his band Bush’s...

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