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Cynthia Robinson of Sly & the Family Stone Dead at 69
She was the voice that commanded us to "get up and dance to the music," and the woman who Sly Stone put "on the throne" in the Family Stone
Adele's '25' Is the 20th Album to Sell a Million Copies in a Week: See t...
With Adele’s 25 having already sold at least 2.3 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music, it has joined an elite club of albu
Reverend Horton Heat Goes Busking, Gives Deep Ellum History Lesson
Reverend Horton Heat has seen it all and done it all in the annals of Deep Ellum, but don't call him an old fart. He'll take care of that hi
Local Yokel Backs Its Way Into Helping Dallas Musicians by Having a Good...
The Local Yokel's drunken beginnings in a bar were less than auspicious, but the long-time friends who run the podcast have turned it into a
Linda Septien Is the Dallas Kingpin Behind a Generation of Pop-Stars
Linda Septien's Septien Entertainment Group has helped bring the world artists like Demi Lovato and made Dallas a powerhouse in the business
UMG's Lucian Grainge Confirms Mercury Records Employee Killed in Paris A...
UPDATE: Universal Music France CEO Pascal Negre tweeted that two former Universal employees were killed in the Paris attacks.
Nick Alexander, Eagles of Death Metal Merch Manager, Killed at Le Batacl...
Nick Alexander, who was a merchandise manager on Eagles of Death Metal’s European tour, has been identified as one of the 118 victims killed
Billboard Cover: Paul McCartney Reveals the Stories Behind The Beatles' ...
More than 50 years after the release of their debut single, "Love Me Do," principally written by a then-16-year-old Paul McCartney, The Beat
Pharrell Williams, Bruce Springsteen and More to Put Spotlight on Race R...
Many music artists have released song dedications and staged one-off benefit concerts with hopes of bringing attention to racial issues in A
Hear Erykah Badu's New(est) Drake Homage 'Phone Down'
Erykah Badu recently gushed to The Fader that Drake is "like a little brother to me. I went to Canada and hung out in the studio with him,
Patti LaBelle Remembers Allen Toussaint: 'I Just Can't Say Enough Good T...
New Orleans producer, songwriter, performer and overall legend Allen Toussaint passed away following a Monday (Nov. 9) concert in Madrid at
Allen Toussaint, Legendary New Orleans Producer, Songwriter & Perfor...
Allen Toussaint, whose work as a songwriter, producer, and performer helped define the sound of soul and R&B in New Orleans and beyond, died
Op-Ed: A Bipartisan Case for Fair Play Fair Pay Act (Exclusive)
In 2015, countless new technologies bring us music and entertainment, yet we have no uniform licensing system in place to ensure that digita
Watch the Alabama Shakes' Stirring Performance of 'Joe' on 'The Late Show'
The Alabama Shakes performed one of their B-sides, "Joe," on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night (Oct. 28) and per usual, the soul
Hear Cee Lo Green's Bright Remix Of A Tribe Called Quest's "Footprints"
"I am me, by way of many things, and one them is ATCQ.”
See Dylan Photographer Explain Blurry 'Blonde on Blonde' Cover
Jerry Schatzberg recalls chilly NYC cover shoot in new mini documentary