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  • Martina McBride, Billy Ray Cyrus Salute the Beatles in L.A.
    Fifty years ago this month, the Beatles met Bob Dylan, tried marijuana for the first time and launched a sold-out tour of the United States. The summer tour took them to 23 different cities, including Los Angeles, where the band played the Hollywood Bowl on August 23, 1964. It was a......
  • Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best MTV VMAs Performance?
    The MTV Video Music Awards air live from the Los Angeles Forum this Sunday night, and as usual, the awards themselves will almost be an afterthought: The big moments will all come from the performances. Everyone remembers the Miley Cyrus/Robin Thicke twerk-heard-around-the-world from last year, but how many recall that Justin......
  • 'Jimi: All Is by My Side': Photos From the Set of the Hendrix Biopic
    John Ridley earned his first Academy Award this year for his 12 Years a Slave screenplay, and now he's in the director's chair for Jimi: All Is by My Side, a biopic tracing a year in the life of Jimi Hendrix with Outkast's André Benjamin in the title role. Scenes take place......
  • Coldplay's Chris Martin Lives 'Big' in 'True Love' Video
    Frontman Chris Martin and actress Jessica Lucas (Evil Dead, Cloverfield) star as sumo-suited "big" ballerinas in the video for Coldplay's third Ghost Stories single, "True Love." The message for the clip, as displayed at the end, is "anything is possible," and in the case of the clip – directed by......
  • Glen Campbell Doc Reveals Man and Musician
    The influential music career and turbulent private life of pop-country entertainer Glen Campbell has been chronicled in the documentary film I'll Be Me, which will be released October 24th in New York and Nashville. Following the performer during his Goodbye Tour, the film also features footage of Campbell's doctor visits......
  • Blake Shelton Talks New Single, Haters and Crossover Hits
    With his new single "Neon Light," Blake Shelton is renewing his vows to country music. But he's doing it his own way. "The song, the melody, the chorus is so George Jones or George Strait. It really is," the reigning CMA Male Vocalist of the Year tells Rolling Stone Country. "Of......
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