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Boy George Talks ‘Day He Became Sane’ and a Decade of Sobriety By

As Culture Club release Life, their first album in almost 20 years, it’s a miracle (no pun intended) that the groundbreaking new wave band’s famous frontman, Boy George, is still...

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How Tiffany Young Is Bringing K-Pop to a New Girls’ Generation By

K-pop is bigger than ever — but so far, mainstream media attention in the U.S. has been focused on boy bands like NCT 127, Monsta X, and especially Time magazine cover-story...

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David Lynch Talks TM and Escaping the ‘Suffocating Rubber Clown Suit of Negativity’ By

Some people might be surprised to learn that director David Lynch has been a passionate advocate and practitioner of Transcendental Meditation since 1973. After all, many skeptics associate any type...

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Tom Morello on His ‘Sonic Conspiracy’ Album: ‘Bad Presidents Make for Great Music’ By

Ever since his days with Rage Against the Machine, who were just nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, guitarist Tom Morello has mixed the political and the...

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Billy Ray Cyrus Talks Political Song: ‘Democracy Is Under Assault’ By

A quarter century ago, Billy Ray Cyrus teamed with songwriter Don Von Tress for his feel-good country smash “Achy Breaky Heart.” Now he and Von Tress have co-written a very...

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Meet the Scene-Stealing Drag Queens of ‘A Star Is Born’ By

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga may be generating early Oscar buzz for A Star Is Born — but two hilarious drag queens, Shangela Laquifa Wadley (real name: D.J. Pierce) and...

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How a Special Woman Made Steve Perry Start Believing Again By

Fans may have thought Steve Perry had stopped believing, but after a two-decade recording hiatus, the reclusive ex-Journey singer is finally returning with the solo album Traces, out Oct. 5. When...

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Ace Frehley Says He’d Join KISS Farewell Tour ‘For the Right Price’ By

Casual KISS fans might be surprised to learn that Gene Simmons co-wrote two tracks on former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley’s new solo album, Spaceman (“Without You I’m Nothing” and “Your...

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Rob Zombie Recalls His Big Break on ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ By

Twenty-five years ago, Rob Zombie’s early group White Zombie, which he describes as being inspired by Van Halen, the Ramones, the Birthday Party, and Black Sabbath, had sold only about...

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Kelly Rowland Recalls Destiny’s Child losing on ‘Star Search,’ 25 years ago By

Twenty-five years ago, an act that Ed McMahon awkwardly called a “hip-hop rappin’” group called Girl’s Tyme competed on Star Search, and lost out to hairy rock band Skeleton Crew’s...

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