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Giles Martin on Father George Martin’s Hearing Loss: ‘I Became His Ears’ By

When Giles Martin, head of sound experience at Sonos Inc. and son of late legendary Beatles producer Sir George Martin, first expressed interest in a music career, his father tried...

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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Star Blair St. Clair: ‘I’m Not Afraid to Share My Voice Anymore’ By

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 contestant Blair St. Clair has much to be thankful for right now. The theater-trained singer and self-declared “Broadway baby” just made herstory by becoming the...

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Giorgio Moroder Discusses His Greatest Onscreen Collaborations By

American composer and producer Raney Shockne first worked with Italian production pioneer Giorgio Moroder on a cover of Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner” (featuring Britney Spears on vocals) for 2015’s Déjà...

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37 Years Later, Martha Quinn Remembers MTV’s Golden Age By

“Whenever I hear the Buggles’ ‘Video Killed the Radio Star,‘ I get goosebumps. I practically want to cry, every time. Every. Single. Time.” So says Martha Quinn, one of the...

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Dress You Up: Meet Maripol, the Woman Behind Madonna’s Look By

Thirty-five years ago, on July 27, 1983, a woman named Madonna Louise Ciccone released her self-titled debut album, and it soon launched not just a music revolution, but a fashion...

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Chris Daughtry Addresses ‘American Idol’ Rumors, ‘Rock Star: INXS’ past By

When Chris Daughtry was eliminated in fourth place on American Idol Season 5, it was one of the biggest upsets in the series’ history. Recently, the winner of that season,...

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40 Years Ago, Aerosmith Kicked Ass in ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Movie By

Back in ’78, RSO kingpin Robert Stigwood — the man behind such box-office smashes as Grease, Bugsy Malone, and Saturday Night Fever — somehow convinced ’70s luminaries like Peter Frampton,...

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The Amusing Inspiration Behind Slim Jim Phantom’s Drumming Style By

In the late ’70s/early ’80s, Generation X people discovered the music of their parents’ Boomer era via a Grease, or Happy Days, or maybe even via Sha Na Na’s campy...

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Vibeology: Paula Abdul’s Favorite Choreography Moments of Her Career By

This a nostalgic time for Paula Abdul fans. Last month, the “Crazy Cool” singer’s seven-times-platinum debut album, Forever Your Girl, celebrated its 30th anniversary, and this week, tickets went on...

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Why Maddie Poppe Wants a ‘Do-Over’ of Her Duet With Caleb Lee Hutchinson By

The “American Idol Live!” summer concert tour — featuring this year’s American Idol top seven plus a special guest, Season 8 winner Kris Allen — kicks off this week, and...

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