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Slaves band announces name will changeSlaves band announces name will changeIn a joint statement, the American band Slaves announced its upcoming album "To Better Days" will be its last released under its current band name.
Justin Bieber sues over sexual assault allegationsJustin Bieber sues over sexual assault allegationsJustin Bieber is reportedly taking legal action against two women who accused him of sexual assault with a $20 million lawsuit.
Police sergeant releases song he wrote about George FloydPolice sergeant releases song he wrote about George FloydSgt. Henry Particelli wrote "Your Name" about George Floyd, which he said he believes represents the feelings of his law enforcement colleagues.
Kanye West announces collab with GapKanye West announces collab with GapKanye West will design adult and kids’ clothing that will be sold at the Gap chain’s stores next year.
Ella Fitzgerald made rare comment on racism in 1963Ella Fitzgerald made rare comment on racism in 1963Jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald got political talking civil rights in 1963, but the radio interview never aired. It's heard now in a new movie on her life.
Church demands country get serious in new songChurch demands country get serious in new songEric Church tackles social issues and calls out his peers with 'Stick That in Your Country Song," the first single of his upcoming new album.
Dixie Chicks change name to The ChicksDixie Chicks change name to The Chicks"We want to meet this moment," reads a message posted on the site, signed by members Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines and Emily Strayer.
Bonnaroo 2020 is canceled, 2021 dates announcedBonnaroo 2020 is canceled, 2021 dates announcedThe Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. has canceled its 2020 edition, but has announced its return in 2021.
Haim gets real about depression, sexism on bold new albumHaim gets real about depression, sexism on bold new albumSister trio Haim is back Friday with third album "Women in Music Pt. III," which takes on darker themes of depression and sexism with folk-rock style.
BET Awards: Beyonce to receive Humanitarian AwardBET Awards: Beyonce to receive Humanitarian AwardThe 2020 BET Awards will honor Beyoncé Knowles-Carter with the prestigious Humanitarian Award and pay tribute to Kobe Bryant and Little Richard.
Hugh Jackman's 'Music Man' postponed to 2021Hugh Jackman's 'Music Man' postponed to 2021Oh, Shipoopi! "The Music Man" revival starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster has been postponed due to the coronavirus.
Glen Campbell's widow opens up in 'Gentle on My Mind'Glen Campbell's widow opens up in 'Gentle on My Mind'Glen Campbell's widow, Kim, has written a candid new memoir about her marriage to the country star, who died in 2017 from Alzheimer's disease.
Brendon Urie to Trump: Stop playing our music at eventsBrendon Urie to Trump: Stop playing our music at eventsPanic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie didn't have any "high hopes" when President Donald Trump used his hit song during a campaign rally.
Miley Cyrus on 'living a sober lifestyle'Miley Cyrus on 'living a sober lifestyle'During an apperance on the Variety and iHeart podcast “The Big Ticket," singer Miley Cyrus talked about living "sober sober" for the past six months.
Black Eyed Peas on why Fergie left the groupBlack Eyed Peas on why Fergie left the groupIn an interview with Billboard, The Black Eyed Peas explained what led them to become a trio for a while before welcoming new singer J. Rey Soul.
Stevie Wonder calls for action on Black Lives Matter movementStevie Wonder calls for action on Black Lives Matter movementWonder said he has listened to "voices on the left, voices on the right" and wants "a unanimous commitment to atone for the sins of this country."
Barcelona opera ‘plants’ audience in seatsBarcelona opera ‘plants’ audience in seatsBarcelona’s opera house has reopened, and its first performance post-lockdown saw audiences literally planted in their seats.
Why we're skipping out on drive-in concertsWhy we're skipping out on drive-in concertsLive music is slowly making a comeback, with drive-in concerts from Garth Brooks, Brad Paisley and others. But a socially distant show just isn't the same.
Barcelona opera reopens with audience of plantsBarcelona opera reopens with audience of plantsBarcelona's Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house filled all 2,292 seats for its first performance since COVID-19 related lockdowns with live plants.
Bruce Springsteen, Howard Stern and radio resistance to Donald TrumpBruce Springsteen, Howard Stern and radio resistance to Donald TrumpTwo prominent voices have taken to the airwaves to present voices of dissent to Trump’s conservative movement: Bruce Springsteen and Howard Stern
Live Nation announces drive-in concert series in JulyLive Nation announces drive-in concert series in JulyBrad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Jon Pardi and Nelly will all be performing at Live Nation's first-ever drive-in concert series in July.
Kurt Cobain's guitar breaks records at auctionKurt Cobain's guitar breaks records at auctionKurt Cobain's MTV Unplugged guitar has shattered records at auction.
Justin Bieber, Hugh Jackman, more having global concertJustin Bieber, Hugh Jackman, more having global concertChris Rock, Charlize Theron, Forest Whitaker, David Beckham, Billy Porter and Olivia Colman are scheduled to make appearances.
Justin Bieber refutes sexual assault allegationsJustin Bieber refutes sexual assault allegationsJustin Bieber has refuted allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman in 2014. The woman posted from an anonymous Twitter account Saturday.
'United We Sing' recap: Stars salute essential workers'United We Sing' recap: Stars salute essential workersHarry Connick Jr. and filmmaker daughter Georgia Connick hopped in an RV and visited with essential workers across the US.
Tom Petty's family condemns Trump's use of 'I Won't Back Down'Tom Petty's family condemns Trump's use of 'I Won't Back Down'Tom Petty's family says it sent a cease-and-desist notice to the Trump campaign after 'I Won't Back Down' was used during his Tulsa rally without permission.
Kurt Cobain's 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for $6 millionKurt Cobain's 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for $6 millionThe guitar Kurt Cobain played on Nirvana’s 1993 “MTV Unplugged” performance months before his death sold for an eye-popping $6 million at auction.
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