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Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell fainted Tuesday and is still hospitalized, but she is "doing fine," her spokeswoman said.
Though the British guitar band Ride called it quits in 1996, the thick guitar layers and washes of melodies it made during its mid-1990s prime are likely still echoing somewhere in the galaxy.
Cynthia Lennon, the former wife of Beatle John Lennon, died on Wednesday at her home in Mallorca, Spain, a representative for her son confirmed. She was 75.
Kendrick Lamar's new LP "To Pimp a Butterfly" was an instant conversation-shifter in pop music, and set records for debut-day streaming on Spotify. But the record very nearly had a dramatically different title.
America's young and beautiful now have their package tour of the summer.
Those plucky upstarts in the Rolling Stones have announced a new round of touring and a reissue of their beloved 1971 LP "Sticky Fingers." Here are a few facts you should know going into the mania for Mick & Co. on Tuesday morning.
The Rolling Stones will kick off a North American tour this spring at San Diego's Petco Park on May 24, and will re-release its 1971 album "Sticky Fingers" around the same time.
A day before Ringo Starr's new solo album, "Postcards From Paradise," was slated for release, the former Beatle was at the hub of a frenzy of activity. He bounded from one room to the next in his top-floor suite at a West Hollywood hotel, hustling through a string of interviews.
Ben Gibbard never thought he'd find himself where he did at the end of 2012.
After iHeartRadio’s 2014 debut into a crowded marketplace of award shows, our takeaway was less than enthusiastic. Maybe they'll matter next year, we hoped.
An unlikely act stole the show last month at the annual all-star gala Clive Davis hosts the night before the Grammy Awards.
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At a time when surprise releases are the new normal, Rihanna did the unimaginable: She actually gave fans a heads up that new music was coming in fewer than 24 hours.
The unimaginable has happened.
It's clear now what the long and winding road of the American music festival scene was leading to.
With nods to the Doors, Sly & the Family Stone, the Righteous Brothers and Steve Martin, the latest selections to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry have a decidedly California slant.
Outside Lands -- San Francisco's colder, more surge-price-prone cousin to Coachella -- just announced its 2015 lineup. Even the hardiest Los Angeles festival partisan would have to doff their straw sunhat in praise of it.
Sometimes you hear something new and you just know. In 2013, Courtney Barnett's "Lance Jr." popped on the radio and stopped me in my tracks.
Laura Marling arguably hit the high point of her career with 2013's "Once I Was an Eagle." Everything about that album was big — its thicket of acoustic arrangements, its peals of lyrics about heartbreak, its run time (an hour and change).
Singer-songwriter David Crosby hit a jogger with his car in Santa Barbara County over the weekend, according to the California Highway Patrol.