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Both Foo Fighters and Guns N' Roses paid tribute to late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young during their respective concerts Saturday night, hours after

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Eminem delivered a nine-minute, three-song medley during his Saturday Night Live musical guest spot, performing

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"There's very few rock & roll bands," Malcolm Young explained to a Dutch TV interviewer around the time of AC/DC's 2000 album Stiff Upper Lip. "There's rock bands, there's sort of metal bands, there's whatever, but there's no rock

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Anthrax's Scott Ian hailed AC/DC's Malcolm Young as "the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time" in a tribute to the late rocker who

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The Dap-Kings remembered their late frontwoman Sharon Jones with a poignant musical tribute on The Tonight Show Friday, one day before the first anniversary of Jones' death following a battle

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Malcolm Young, guitarist and co-founder of AC/DC, died Saturday at the age of 64. Young had been suffering with dementia for the past three years, an illness that forced his retirement from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted band he founded with his brother Angus Young in 1973.

"Today it is with deep

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Dead & Company wrapped up a two-night residency at The Late Show with a wistful rendition of the Grateful Dead's classic "Uncle John's Band."

For their take on the Workingman's Dead track, guitarists

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Miguel has unveiled his upbeat new song "Pineapple Skies," the latest single off the R&B singer's upcoming album War & Leisure.

"Don't forget to hold

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Chris Cornell was posthumously awarded Human Rights Watch's inaugural Promise Award at a Los Angeles gala Tuesday, with System of a Down's Serj Tankian,

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In the program notes to his scruffy, roaring Velvet Underground tribute at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last night, John Cale, 75, noted he's "reluctant to spend too much time on things past." Fair enough. But as foundational member and key sonic architect of a band that ranks with rock's greatest, he's earned a victory lap. And 50 years – the time passed since the game-changing 1967 LP

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Dead & Company performed a breezy, unhurried rendition of the Grateful Dead standard "Jack Straw" on The Late Show.

Former Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir and noted Grateful Dead superfan John Mayer traded

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Mavis Staples, If All I Was Was Black
The gospel legend's latest collaboration with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy is "an object lesson in collaborative activism, with Staples tilting away from Sixties R&B formalism but doubling down on topicality," writes Will Hermes.
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With the astronomical success of "Despacito" and reggaeton's ferocious, pop-friendlier comeback, Latin music is no longer a niche market, but a global force to be reckoned with. Singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade proved that vintage Mexican folk thrives through the filtered lens of pop; and Puerto Rican MC Residente showed that unflinching ideology still wins awards. Salsa mastermind Rubén

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Since the Nineties, Vans Warped Tour has been a constant, integral part of Pierre Bouvier's life. He played the tour a few times with Reset, and later, with bandmate Chuck Comeau, formed Simple Plan. Warped Tour helped Simple Plan not only find their footing in the early Aughts but has remained a way for the group

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Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds have shared their new lyric video for "It's a Beautiful World," the latest single off the group's upcoming Who Built the

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Mariah Carey makes a new bid for holiday season ubiquity with "The Star," a sentimental ballad she recorded for the animated Nativity film of the same name. The singer also appears in the track's video, which came out on Thursday and doubles as a teaser for the movie.

The clip alternates between shots of

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Last night, the new Call of Duty came out, and Post Malone was so stoked about it that he parked himself in front of his Xbox until 6 a.m. Right now it's 4 p.m. and he's back at it. It's a sunny Friday in the affluent L.A. suburb of Tarzana, but the shades are drawn in Malone's den to block the light – his wall-size projecting screen is particularly susceptible, he says, to

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Jay-Z penned a New York Times op-ed to ramp up his criticism of the criminal justice system on Friday after a judge sentenced the rapper Meek

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