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The Chicks Reveal Who Got Starstruck by Mr. Belding in ‘How Well Do You Know Your Bandmates?’

The Chicks have been together for three decades, so they’d know each other pretty well, right? After all, the trio have released five studio albums — they just dropped Gaslighter on July 17 — and have gone on multiple tours together. So Billboard sat down with Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer and Martie Maguire for a...

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Viral Video Sensation ‘Double Rainbow Guy’ Dies at 57

Paul L. Vasquez, the burly mountain man whose awestruck reaction upon seeing a double rainbow propelled him to internet stardom and turned him into a folk hero, has died in Central California. He was 57. Vasquez, who called himself Yosemitebear on social media, died early Saturday at a hospital emergency room, the Mariposa County coroner’s...

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A Look Inside The Marleys’ Re-Opening of Tuff Gong Vinyl Pressing Plant

This February, the Marley family opened up Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston, Jamaica for a tour of its newly refurbished vinyl pressing plant, which is set to re-open this summer after largely falling out of use. The plant will have an annual capacity of 250,000 units, and a series of limited-edition pressings of Marley classics...

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Jarvis Cocker’s Jarv Is Announce Debut LP and ‘House Music All Night Long’

After releasing “Must I Evolve,” last May, Jarv Is, fronted by former Pulp leader Jarvis Cocker, has just released a new single, “House Music All Night Long.” Unlike the moodier sound of “Must I Evolve,” “House Music All Night Long” is much more playful and will get you instantly dancing around your living room… or...

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Aminé Pays Homage to Portland in ‘Shimmy’ Video

Aminé is jumping into 2020 with a strong statement on his new track, “Shimmy,” and he’s also paired the release with a new visual. Directed by Jack Beget, Aminé is seen at various parts of Portland, including Providence Park, the Woodland Park neighborhood and among others. From rock climbing and camping in the local parks...

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Noel Gallagher, Kirk Hammett Cover Fleetwood Mac at Peter Green Tribute Show

Last night at the London Palladium, an all-star group of musicians paid tribute to original Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green. The star-studded event featured a number of great, including Noel Gallagher, Pete Townshend, Steven Tyler, David Gilmour and Kirk Hammett among others. Gallagher performed “Sandy Mary,” “Love That Burns,” and “The World Keeps On Turning, while...

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Soccer Mommy Reflects on Childhood in Pixelated ‘Bloodstream’ Video

With Color Theory slated to drop this Friday, Soccer Mommy dropped “Bloodstream,” the third single from the album. In the song’s dreamy lyric video, Sophie Allison appears as a pixelated version of herself as she looks back on her childhood memories. Over the weekend, Allison performed at a Bernie Sanders rally in Houston. This week, she’ll be the...

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Jenny Lewis’ NPR Tiny Desk Set Showcases Her Songwriting Prowess

Last year, Jenny Lewis’ On the Line was one of the best albums of the year. It was a big album with big goals and it paid off. Thus, when Lewis went to Washington, D.C. to perform a set at NPR’s Tiny Desk, it showed just how great of a songwriter she is with two of the three songs coming...

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James Hetfield Performs ‘Baby Hold On’ at Eddie Money Tribute Show

Last night’s star-studded Eddie Money tribute show in Beverly Hills did a number of great things: it raised money for the USC Eddie Money Cancer Research Fund and featured Metallica singer James Hetfield surprising attendees by hopping on stage. Hetfield’s unannounced acoustic performance of Money’s “Baby Hold On” was his first time on stage since announcing last September...

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Biffy Clyro Return With “Instant History”

Biffy Clyro have been known for famously for being a mainstay in the UK alt-rock space. But their latest single, “Instant History,” embraces a more pop feel while still keeping their rock roots. “‘Instant History’ is the biggest, most slammest pop moment we’ve ever worked on,” lead singer Simon Neil said in a statement. “And...

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