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Presidential hopeful Donald Trump may not seem like commander-in-chief material to Americans, but in certain African countries, he fits the bill. From The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
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If you STILL haven't heard Ryan Adams' AH-mazing cover album of Taylor Swift's 1989, chances are you've probably been living under a rock for the past few weeks! But the good news is the veteran rocker recently made an appearance on The Daily Show where he performed not one, not two, but THREE of his covers [...]
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Ryan Adams helped cap off Trevor Noah's first week behind the desk at The Daily Show Thursday night as the host's first musical guest. Adams performed songs from his album of Taylor Swift covers, 1989. Thursday's performance saw the musician play his wistful take on Swift's drum-heavy "Bad Blood," while several more tracks and a...
Turns out '1989: With Real Instruments and Everything' is even more uncomfortable in action than it is on paper.