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Jay And The Americans Singer Jay Black Dead At 82

Jay And The Americans lead singer Jay Black has died at the age of 82. As Rolling Stone reports, his family said that he passed away from complications with pneumonia.
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Coldplay: Music of the Spheres review – slipping status prompts a desperate pop pivot

(Polydor)Crafted with one eye firmly on the Spotify stats, the band’s synths-heavy ninth album features BTS and Selena Gomez amid a muddled cosmic conceptIn 2004, Chris Martin wrote a brief essay about U2 for Rolling Stone magazine. They were, he said, “the only band whose entire catalogue I know by heart”, although you didn’t need him to tell you that Coldplay were a band created in U2’s image. Like U2, who spent their early years being sneered at by the post-punk cognoscenti, Coldplay were nev...
Tags: Music, Bono, America, Culture, Pop and rock, Chris Martin, Selena Gomez, Coldplay, Rolling Stone, Glastonbury, Bts


Brody Dalle Pleads Not Guilty To Contempt Charge In Custody Dispute With Josh Homme

Brody Dalle has pleaded not guilty to contempt in her ongoing battle for child custody with ex Josh Homme. As Rolling Stone reports, the Queens Of The Stone Age frontman accused the Distillers founder of violating their October 2020 custody agreement by not allowing him to see their kids since August 26. Homme reportedly wants Dalle to face fines or receive community service or jail time. Dalle, meanwhile, has accused Homme of domestic violence and verbal harassment.
Tags: Music, News, Rolling Stone, Josh Homme, Brody Dalle, Dalle


Dave Grohl Compares Songwriting Philosophy To Rivers Cuomo’s, Recalls Almost Joining Gwar

You’re never going to believe this, but Dave Grohl is on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone. Grohl is getting ready to publish his memoir The Storyteller, and by way of promoting the book, he told Rolling Stone a few stories. Some of those stories involve other famous musicians, and Rolling Stone has published some of the highlights.
Tags: Music, News, Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, Rolling Stone, Cuomo, Weezer, Rivers Cuomo, Grohl, Gwar


Lil Peep’s Mom Says His Label Is Withholding $4M In Royalties

Liza Womack, the mother of Lil Peep, claims the late rapper’s record label is withholding $4 million in royalties from his estate, Rolling Stone reports. Womack says the label, First Access Entertainment, has admitted that the money is owed but is refusing to pay out in a “transparent” attempt to undermine Womack’s wrongful death lawsuit against the label.
Tags: Music, News, Rolling Stone, Womack, Lil Peep, Liza Womack


Bob Dylan Announces Fall 2021 Tour Dates

For decades, Bob Dylan has been consistently hitting the road on what he calls the Never Ending Tour. Last year COVID-19 put a stop to that. Despite releasing his exceptional Rough And Rowdy Ways, Dylan had to pause his touring operation. The only show he’s played since releasing the album was the ticketed Shadow Kingdom livestream. He hasn’t played a conventional gig in front of an audience since December 2019. But like many artists, he’s heading back out to play some concerts again in this pos...
Tags: Music, News, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stone, Dylan


Are these the greatest songs of all time?

Rolling Stone magazine just released its list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time," as selected by artists, writers, and music industry folks. Here are the top 10: 1 Aretha Franklin "Respect" 19672 Public Enemy "Fight the Power" 19893 Sam Cooke "A Change Is Gonna Come" 19644 Bob Dylan "Like a Rolling Stone" 19655 Nirvana "Smells Like Teen Spirit" 19916 Marvin Gaye "What's Going On" 19717 The Beatles "Strawberry Fields Forever" 19678 Missy Elliott "Get Ur Freak On" 20019 Fle...
Tags: Video, Music, News, Entertainment, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stone, Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, Missy Elliott, Aretha Franklin Respect, Fleetwood Mac Dreams


Jonathan Richman Impostor Scams Olympia Music Festival

Jonathan Richman, the former Modern Lovers frontman, is a punk and indie legend with a huge cult fanbase, but he’s maybe not the first person you’d expect to hear about someone impersonating for money. But nobody, it turns out, is safe from the scammers. This past weekend, Jonathan Richman was on the bill for LoveOly Summerfest, a festival in Olympia, Washington. It would’ve been Richman’s first show since the pandemic started. But just before the show was set to happen, as Rolling Stone reports...
Tags: Music, News, Rolling Stone, Olympia Washington, Richman, Jonathan Richman


Gene Simmons Apologizes For Comparing David Lee Roth To “Bloated, Naked Elvis”

Over the weekend, David Lee Roth sent 18 middle fingers to Gene Simmons through his Instagram account after Simmons made some seemingly unflattering comments about the Van Halen lead singer in a recent Rolling Stone interview. Simmons has now apologized for those comments.
Tags: Music, News, Kiss, Rolling Stone, Van Halen, Simmons, Gene Simmons, David Lee Roth


The Cure’s Simon Gallup Says He’s No Longer In The Band

The Cure’s longtime bassist Simon Gallup says that he’s no longer a part of the band. As Rolling Stone points out, Gallup broke the news on his Facebook page, writing: “With a slightly heavy heart I am no longer a member of the Cure ! Good luck to them all …”
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The Cure’s Simon Gallup Says He’s No Longer In The Band: “Just Got Fed Up Of Betrayal”

The Cure’s longtime bassist Simon Gallup says that he’s no longer a part of the band. As Rolling Stone points out, Gallup broke the news on his Facebook page, writing: “With a slightly heavy heart I am no longer a member of the Cure ! Good luck to them all …” Per Billboard, when someone on the post asked whether Gallup was leaving because of health reasons he commented: “I’m ok… just got fed up of betrayal.”
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Live Nation To Require Vaccination Or Negative COVID Test At Concerts & Festivals Starting In October

Just last week, Live Nation announced a new COVID policy mandating that all US employees be vaccinated by October and allowing artists playing Live Nation shows to require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test at the door. But now, Rolling Stone reports, the concert promoter has already updated its policy to take the onus off of the artists: Starting October 4th, Live Nation will require all artists, crew, and attendees to show proof of full vaccination or a negative test at concerts and...
Tags: Music, News, US, Rolling Stone


A Charlie Watts-Centric View of the Rolling Stones: Watch Martin Scorsese’s Footage of Charlie & the Band Performing “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and “All Down the Line”

According to Charlie Watts — the Rolling Stones’ drummer and rock’s best dressed man — his playing is nothing special. “I sit there, and I hear what’s going on, and if I can make it, that’s fine,” he said in 1973. There are no false notes in his modesty. “You have to be a good drummer to play with the Stones,” he later remarked in 2000, “and I try to be as good as I can.” But he admits he’s not a technical player; it’s all about the feel. “It’s terribly simple what I do, actually…. I pla...
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Hear Demos & Outtakes of Joni Mitchell’s Blue on the 50th Anniversary of the Classic Album

When Joni Mitchell released Blue in 1971, she revealed herself to the world as a poet with a hard-boiled interior life. The album, writes Rolling Stone, challenged the image many had of her as an innocent flower child. “The West Coast feminine ideal” was a role “Mitchell hadn’t asked for and did not want.” Of her writing of the album, she said in a 2013 interview, “They better find out who they’re worshipping. Let’s see if they can take it. Let’s get real.” Get real she did, shocking the...
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Revisiting Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Goin’ On,” and the Album That Opened R&B to Resistance: Revisited 50 Years Later

I just want to be heard and that’s all that matters. — Marvin Gaye R&B superstar Marvin Gaye was more than willing to risk his career on a record. His polished public persona was a false front behind which lurked some serious demons — depression and addiction, exacerbated by the illness and death of his close friend and duet mate, Tammi Terrell. His downward spiral was also fueled by his distress over events of the late 60s. How else to respond to the Vietnam War, the murder of civil rig...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Politics, College, Life, Gillespie, Rolling Stone, Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, Benson, Gordy, Gaye, Jamerson, James Jamerson, Barry Gordy, Bob Dylan Nina Simone Bob Marley


Benny The Butcher & Harry Fraud – “Overall” Ft. Chinx (Video)

Mere months after releasing an undisputed AOTY contender for 2020 with Burden Of Proof and making his theatrical acting debut with Conflicted, Benny The Butcher is now undeniably a star.  Upon its release, Burden Of Proof was an immediate smash, a fan and critic favorite, and his most commercially successful project to date; #1 at iTunes, #4 at Apple Music and Spotify, and highlighted by Rolling Stone on its Breakthrough top 25 Chart.  The project was also singled out on “Best Of 2020 Lists” ...
Tags: Videos, Spotify, Jazz, Rolling Stone, Jay, Apple Music, Brooklynvegan, Benny, Harry Fraud, Royce Da, Overall, Benny the Butcher, Rolling Stone Charts, Chinx (Video, Freddie Gibbs Alchemist, Alfredo `` Frank Lucas


Keith Richards Demonstrates His Famous 5-String Technique (Used on Classic Stones Songs Like “Start Me Up,” “Honky Tonk Women” & More)

For the guitarist, alternate tunings expand the sonic possibilities of the instrument. But where, say, a progressive metal player will add a seventh or eighth string, pitch everything down, and get technical, the opposite is the case with “open” tunings in folk and blues. They are an ideal basis for slide guitar and three-chord, 12-bar vamps, and became the perfect platform for Keith Richards, giving him the room he needed to translate the music of his folk heroes into the gritty, distor...
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Watch a Newly-Restored Peter Gabriel-Era Genesis Concert Film From 1973 in Stunning 4K Quality

There are two late-20th century rock bands named Genesis and both of them featured Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, and Tony Banks. The second Genesis we know of as one of the biggest-selling bands of all time and authors of such massive hits as “Land of Confusion,” “In Too Deep,” and “Throwing It All Away.” The first we may not know at all, except indirectly by way of its frontman, Peter Gabriel, better known as… solo artist Peter Gabriel. One reason Genesis, the second, is more famous th...
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AI Software Creates “New” Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, Doors & Amy Winehouse Songs: Hear Tracks from the “Lost Tapes of the 27 Club”

What would pop music sound like now if the musicians of the 27 club had lived into maturity? Can we know where Amy Winehouse would have gone, musically, if she had taken another path? What if Hendrix’s influence over guitar heroics (and less obvious styles) came not only from his sixties playing but from an unimaginable late-career cosmic blues? Whether questions like these can ever be given real flesh and blood, so to speak, by artificial intelligence may still be very much undecided. O...
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DOWNLOAD MP3: Trevor Jackson – Rolling Stone

Download another latest track by MP3: Trevor Jackson – Rolling Stone Trevor Jackson Rolling Stone MP3 Trevor Jackson comes through with yet another new song titled “Rolling Stone” and is right here for your fast download. Listen & Download Trevor Jackson – Rolling Stone Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Trevor Jackson – Rolling Stone appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Trevor Jackson – Rolling Stone appeared first on ilovehiphopblog.
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Three Leonard Cohen Animations

Leonard Cohen, High Priest Of Pathos…      Lord Byron of Rock and Roll…           Gentleman Zen                 Master Of Misery…Morbidity… Erotic Despair…                     Prince of Pessimism…Pain…                          Troubadour For Troubled Souls… The gravel-voiced singer-songwriter accumulated hundreds of nicknames over a career spanning more than half a century. He wasn’t thrilled by some of them, remarking to the BBC, “You get tired, over the years, hearing that you’re the c...
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Why the Flood of Musician Memoirs? An Exploration by Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #84

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_84_2-13-21.mp3 There’s been an explosion of rock and roll autobiographies in recent years, with pretty much every music legend (and many others) being invited by some publisher or other to write or dictate their story. What’s the particular appeal of this kind of recounting, what’s the connection between writing and reading these books on the one hand and producing and listening to the actual music on t...
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Todd Rundgren on Rolling Stone's "The First Time"

I really enjoyed this episode of "The First Time," a video series that Rolling Stone has been doing where they ask musicians a series of "first time" questions.In this one, they ask Todd about his first instrument (a Korean-made acoustic guitar that retailed for $25 ), his first performance (Ricky Nelson's "Lonesome Town" at an elementary school talent show), and his first synth (an EMS)One of the cool stories he tells was about producing Grand Funk Railroad's We're An American Band ...
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Prince’s First Television Interview (1985)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BKjSTm2blE By 1985, Prince had made appearances on American Bandstand and Saturday Night Live, toured the world several times, and released seven studio albums, including the groundbreaking Purple Rain and less-than-groundbreaking accompanying film, for which he won an Oscar. He had inadvertently helped launch Tipper Gore’s Parents Music Resource Council after she caught her daughter listening to “Darling Nikki.” He was a bona fide global superstar and on...
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The day my voice broke: what an injury taught me about the power of speech

When I damaged my vocal cords, I was forced to change the way I spoke – and discovered how much our voices reveal who we areSome years ago, I was invited by my then boss, Jann Wenner, the owner of Rolling Stone, to be the lead singer in a band he was putting together from the magazine’s staff. I had just turned 41, and I jumped at the opportunity to sustain the delusion that I was not getting old. “Sign me up!” I said.My chief attributes as a singer included impressive volume and an ability to s...
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Tupac Shakur bares his torso: Danny Clinch's best photograph

‘When he changed his top, I saw his tattoos and said: “Oh man, we should try something without your shirt on”’I started shooting the music industry in 1992 just as hip-hop was becoming more popular. Some people thought it was going to be a fad and not all photographers were interested in these jobs. But I was, so I began to work with a lot of hip-hop artists, shooting everyone from Public Enemy to LL Cool J.Many of the artists come with a huge entourage – they bring the party with them. Sometime...
Tags: Photography, Music, Culture, Art and design, Hip-hop, Public Enemy, Rolling Stone, Tupac Shakur, Rolling Stone Magazine, danny Clinch


When Iggy Pop Published an Essay, “Caesar Lives,” in an Academic Journal about His Love for Edward Gibbon’s The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1995)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpkADOTWSNg Purveyors of the shocking, primal idiocy of pure rock and roll can in many cases be some of the most intelligent people in pop. Or at least that’s the case with the king of shocking, primal idiocy, Iggy Pop. He has  ‘s “barbaric yawp” and delivered the John Peel Lecture for BBC Music, becoming “a visiting professor from the School of Punk Rock Hard Knocks,” writes Rolling Stone and bringing an elder statesman’s perspective informed not only by ...
Tags: Google, Music, College, America, Bbc, Pop, Rome, Ireland, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stone, Hutchinson, Iggy Pop, Facebook Twitter, Roman Empire, Gibbon, Edward Gibbon


Peter Jackson Gives Us an Enticing Sneak Peek of His Upcoming Beatles Documentary The Beatles: Get Back

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UocEGvQ10OE The legendary acrimony of the Beatles’ break-up comes through in Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s 1970 film Let it Be, which documents the recording of their last studio album and their famous rooftop sendoff concert, joined by keyboardist Billy Preston. Things got so tense that George Harrison left the band during the sessions. He later called them “the low of all time.” Lennon went further: “hell… the most miserable sessions on earth.” Though some of t...
Tags: Google, Music, Film, College, George Harrison, Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, Jackson, Rolling Stone, Peter Jackson, Ringo Starr, Ringo, Mccartney, Lennon, Peter, Facebook Twitter


Peter Jackson Gives Us an Enticing Glimpse of His Upcoming Beatles Documentary The Beatles: Get Back

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UocEGvQ10OE The legendary acrimony of the Beatles’ break-up comes through in Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s 1970 film Let it Be, which documents the recording of their last studio album and their famous rooftop sendoff concert, joined by keyboardist Billy Preston. Things got so tense that George Harrison left the band during the sessions. He later called them “the low of all time.” Lennon went further: “hell… the most miserable sessions on earth.” Though some of t...
Tags: Google, Music, Film, College, George Harrison, Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, Jackson, Rolling Stone, Peter Jackson, Ringo Starr, Ringo, Mccartney, Lennon, Peter, Facebook Twitter


Gang Starr Announces Instrumental Release Of Historic Album ‘One Of The Best Yet’

Last fall, after a sixteen-year hiatus in-between projects, DJ Premier set the music industry ablaze by announcing a new and historic Gang Starr album One Of The Best Yet. While his brother Guru had passed away ten-years prior, against all odds, Preem willed the album into existence and embarked on an emotional journey that had been years in the making.   “I never lost faith or wavered.  I still felt it inside of me” Premier commented.   “We all want the things we want right now, but I’m a pati...
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