Country legend Ray Price dies at 87 + MORE Dec 17th

 

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Peter Gabriel debuts new song “What Lies Ahead” — watch + MORE

Peter Gabriel hasn’t released new, original music since 2008′s “Down To Earth”, his Oscar-nominated theme song to WALL•E. However, during a concert in Turino, Italy this week, the Genesis frontman debuted a brand new song titled “What Lies Ahead”. A lithe piano bal.... More »
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New Music: A$AP Mob Feat. A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast & A$AP Twelvyy “Hella Hoes” + MORE

Slowly but surely we are getting closer to the release of A$AP Mob’s forthcoming L.O.R.D. compilation album. Right in time for the summer season, the Harlem collective blasts off a new song off the project in “Hella Hoes.” The follow-up to “Trillmatic” and “Xscap.... More »
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The Ten Sufjan Stevens Christmas Songs That Are Actually Good + MORE

Though Mariah Carey's iconic "All I Want for Christmas Is You" may be the only modern song to enter the Christmas Carol Canon, that hasn't stopped other artists from recording countless yuletide tunes of their own. Sufjan Stevens, who released his acclaimed album Carrie & Lowell earlier this .... More »
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Cheap Girls singer admits to predatory behavior + MORE

Cheap Girls frontman Ian Graham made the admission in a Facebook post, saying he had used the band too exercise the worst aspects of my ego..... More »
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Ches Smith: The Bell (Review) + MORE

A versatile "jazz" drummer proves well beyond category in this essential, gorgeous trio with viola and piano..... More »
Vladimir Jurowski conducted an examplary performance of John Adams’s nativity oratorio – a fitting conclusion to ‘The Rest is Noise’ festival

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He changed the sound of country music, collaborated with and inspired the genre’s biggest stars and remained relevant for more than half a century

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Nashville has for decades been known as the country music capital of the world, but that wasn’t the case before and immediately after World War II. Yes, the Grand Ole Opry had by then emerged as the nation’s premier radio barn dance. But in the years leading up to the birth of rock-and-roll, the town that became synonymous with country music was also home to a vibrant, diverse recording scene in which blues, pop, R&B and gospel contended with “hillbilly” music for popularity…

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Cassidy talks to MTV News about bringing back ‘the greatest and most universal dance of all time.’

By Cory Midgarden

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Adele's 21 tops Amazon's best-selling albums of all time list Popular British singer-songwriter Adele has topped Amazon’s best-selling albums list with her 2011 release, 21.    

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Two family friends acting as representatives for Price’s wife, Janie, confirmed his death. Price was one of the last of the stars from country music’s midcentury golden era. Record labels have a need to do that for commercial purposes, so they can market what we do. The Texas native was an iconoclast, a singer with a powerful high voice when he was young that gave way to a rich, oaky baritone as he grew older…

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Check Out The Original Master Release Info For Neutral Milk Hotel’s In The Aeroplane Over The SeaOn Facebook today Merge Records posted the original master release info for Neutral Milk Hotel’s landmark 1998 LP In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, complete with estimated sales figures of 5,500 CDs and 1,600 LPs. Reads the caption: “The original master release info for Neutral Milk Hotel’s In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, circa July 1997…

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Eminem and Rihanna Revisit Rapper's Troubled Past in 'The Monster' VideoEminem has shared the full music video for “The Monster,” a primed-for-radio, Rihanna-featuring cut from his eighth album, <a href="http://www…

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2014 Inductees: Nirvana, Cat Stevens, E Street Band
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its Class of 2014. According to Rolling Stone, Nirvana, KISS, Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens, Hall and Oates, and Linda Ronstadt will be inducted during a ceremony held next April.
In addition, The E Street Band will be given the Award for Musical Excellence, while The Beatles manager Brian Epstein and The Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldgham will both receive the Ahmet Ertegun Award for non-performers…

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Bieber ‘back to being underdog’

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Bieber ‘back to being underdog’Justin Bieber discusses his experience of being “verbally assaulted” by paparazzi in his Believe trailer.

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Actress Ashley Judd has accused her sister, country music star Wynonna Judd, of trying to spy on her after a tracking device was found in her car. A mechanic found a wireless GPS in a car owned by Ashley Judd, 45, according to a police…    

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Eminem Releases "The Monster" (ft. Rihanna) Music VideoEminem has posted a teaser for his new music video for “The Monster,” featuring Rihanna, which can be viewed below.The track is taken from the rapper’s new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 that is available now.

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Muse planning new album for 2015, Moe Tucker pays tribute to Lou Reed, Black Lips record with Black Keys... Music News DailyA round-up of all the news, views, interviews and cool music things online today (16 December)     

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