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Singers lead stadium-sized sing-along of "Don't Look Back in Anger".
The Sixties icon helped invent the idea of the protest singer – more than five decades later, she's still at it.
Singer-songwriter releases dark second single from sophomore album, 'Melodrama,' out June 16th.
The move "undermines America's standing in the world," said Al Gore in the wake of Trump's Rose Garden announcement.
Austin official Steve Adler couldn't resist getting in a few digs at one man who penned an angry letter about the Alamo Drafthouse cinema.
Recorded too late for 'Sgt. Pepper,' the forgotten psychedelic jam perfectly summed up the spirit of the album.
Have the Blues finally worked out how to get the better of their northern nemesis?
Featuring Lorde cover-story, plus the 50 greatest concerts of the past 50 years and interviews with Tina Arena, Bliss n Eso, Valerie June, alt-J, Little Steven and more.
The 'Bard of Barking' runs us through the songs of his youth, and the greatest track ever written.
Ahead of their 15th anniversary Opera House showcase, the two owners of the beloved Sydney record store trace their often-turbulent history.
The grunge god channeled his dark side into his songs – until it finally got the better of him.
The Strokes' guerrilla promo tactics, the DFA's brush with Britney Spears and other juicy lore from Lizzy Goodman's massive new oral history.