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Previously Unreleased Queen Song With Freddie Mercury Coming Soon
According to bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor, "Face It Alone" will arrive in September.
B-52’s Announce Farewell Tour
The band will stop in 11 North American cities starting this summer and more dates are expected to be added.
60 Years Ago: Bob Dylan’s Remarkable Career Quietly Begins
In 1962, Bob Dylan wasn't exactly what people expected the world's next musical sensation to look like.
Sting Sells Songwriting Catalog for Reported $250 Million
Deal includes solo work and Police songs.
New ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ Movie Coming ‘Soon’
"No exact date yet," show's creator says. "They need some time to get back in shape."
Dean Stockwell, ‘Blue Velvet,’ ‘Quantum Leap’ Actor, Dead at 85
His long career spanned more than seven decades.
Steely Dan Announce 2021 U.S. Tour and New Live Albums
Steely Dan have announced an upcoming series of U.S. shows that will kick off in Miami Beach in October and conclude in Boston in November.
Watch New Trailer for Aretha Franklin Biopic ‘Respect’
Jennifer Hudson steps into the shoes of the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in a new trailer for the biopic "Respect." The movie arrives on August 18th.
How Tom Petty’s Security Guard Inspired ‘Nightwatchman’
Somewhat of a nocturnal creature himself, Petty couldn't help but talk with the man whose job was to protect him should anything go awry.
40 Years Ago: ‘Dynasty’ Takes on ‘Dallas’ for Soap Opera Success
When ABC's "Dynasty" premiered on Jan. 12, 1981, its glitzy storyline about a wealthy family in Denver was intended to compete with another popular prime-time soap opera: CBS' "Dallas."