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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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Haley Reinhart on Women in Entertainment: ‘I’m Glad We’re Not Being Silenced’ By

Haley Reinhart was only 19 years old when she competed on American Idol in 2011, but viewers could tell right away that she was an old soul. Having been raised...

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Dhani Harrison Remembers Tom Petty: ‘He Was the First Person I Played My Record To’ By

On Oct. 6, Dhani Harrison released In Parallel, his first official solo album under his own name. It should have been a celebratory occasion for the 39-year-old singer-songwriter, son of...

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Siobhan Fahey Talks Bananarama’s Punk Past By

No, you didn’t hear a rumor: After nearly 30 years, the original Bananarama lineup is back, and they’re going on tour for the first time ever. “We’ve had such an...

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Sharon Needles Blasts Katy Perry, Pop Industry: ‘They Use Drag Queens as Puppets’ By

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4 winner Sharon Needles, the queen of darkness, is sitting at Yahoo Music in the glorious Joan Crawford drag from her buzzy new video for “Battle...

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Donny Osmond Talks Metal Masterpiece ‘Crazy Horses’ By

Forty-five years ago, metal hell froze over, and the seemingly unfathomable happened. On Oct. 14, 1972, one of the most unlikely hard rock albums was released to an unsuspecting, Tiger...

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The Darkness Still Believe in a Thing Called Rock By

Give us a D! Give us an Arkness! Yes, British rock titans the Darkness have been saving rock ’n’ roll for nearly 15 years, and now they’re back with a...

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Get Back to Me: The Totally New Wave Legacy of ‘Square Pegs’ By

Square Pegs may be best remembered for launching the acting careers of Sarah Jessica Parker and Jami Gertz, who respectively played brainy misfit Patty Greene and social-climbing prepster Muffy Tepperman....

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Turn It Up: An Oral History of the Forgotten New Monkees By

Hey, hey, they’re the Monkees! Sort of. Or … maybe not. Let’s backtrack. Thirty years ago, in September 1987, Columbia Pictures Television and Straybert Productions (headed by Steve Blauner, a...

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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Bond Over Myspace Memories, Kanye, and Kendrick By

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis may be working separately for the time being — Macklemore’s solo album, Gemini, just came out, and Lewis is busying himself with production projects (he produced/co-wrote Kesha’s...

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