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Let it be known that no pint glasses were shattered during the recording of “Hem of Her Dress,” the raucous sing-along and penultimate track on First Aid Kit’s new album, Ruins. It only sounds like there should be peals of clumsy laughter following the crash of a drink hitting the floor at the end of a rowdy night out on the final cut, and that’s exactly what Klara and Johanna Söderberg were going for when they wrote it.
Kay Hanley didn’t expect to be moved to tears when she sang songs from Josie and the Pussycats in concert for the very first time. Then again, she didn’t think she’d ever play those songs for an audience, let alone one that had waited over 15 years to hear "Three Small Words" live, away from their screens...
The simple truth is, no: Alicia Bognanno has absolutely no clue how she can scream like that every single night without ripping her throat to shreds, either.
There’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment in Gaga: Five Foot Two that strengthens a tie between Lady Gaga and one of her biggest inspirations, and it goes down about 10 minutes into the documentary when we’re invited into her intimate, filter-free sanctuary: the studio...
In Nashville, he stepped into the spotlight of Johnny Cash and Elvis — and he earned his place there.
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The musician passed away following cancer complications — but her work is eternally fearless
'Every two seconds I saw a different white nationalist or Neo-Nazi group...'
U2's Joshua Tree Tour Revisits the Band's Greatest Era–But Its Urgency Has Faded Three Decades Later
The fire that fueled young U2's call to action hasn't gone out, but it smolders beneath the surface in a way that favors comfort over challenge
On the 40th anniversary of the earth-shattering 'News of the World,' Lambert contributes to the rock band's legacy while moving forward with his own
The sister act is taking its LGBTQ activism to new level: 'When things get bad, we get up and we fight'
How fatherhood opened the musician's eyes and shaped his most vulnerable album yet