Jerry Seinfeld Explains Awkward Kesha Interaction: ‘I Don’t Hug a Total Stranger’
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Jerry Seinfeld has a good explanation for that awkward Kesha interaction – and according to the veteran comedian, the affront wasn’t meant to be taken personally. “I’m 63, I don’t know every pop star … I don’t know everyone,” Seinfeld told Extra’s AJ Calloway at the GOOD+ Foundation and MR PORTER Fatherhood Lunch. When asked whether he’s just not a hugger, the veteran comic clarified, “I’m not, well, as a total stranger.” Seinfeld added, “I was right in the...

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Brett Young, Clare Bowen Talk Upcoming Shows at Manchester Arena
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As the summer concert season gets underway, last month’s terror attack on an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K., is still fresh in the minds of musicians and fans alike. A number of country tours will be making stops in Manchester in the coming months, and on the 2017 CMT Music Awards red carpet, two of the artists on those tours explained how they feel about those shows – both of which will be held at Manchester Arena where the...

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Hear Iggy Pop’s Harrowing Vocal on New Oneohtrix Point Never Song
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Iggy Pop gives a dynamic vocal performance on his new song with experimental musician Oneohtrix Point Never, “The Pure and the Damned.” The song is in the new Robert Pattinson-starring film, Good Time.  Daniel Lopatin, the musician who goes by Oneohtrix Point Never, scored the film. The soundtrack recently won the award for Best Soundtrack at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. The Good Time soundtrack comes out August 11th via Warp.  “The Pure and the Damned” is a deceptively simple piano ballad...

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Vic Mensa on His Four-Song ‘Manuscript,’ Upcoming ‘Detailed Story’ Album
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Courtesy of Roc Nation This morning, Chicago motormouth Vic Mensa released his second small collection of major label songs – he calls it a “capsule,” not an EP – The Manuscript. The four songs – produced by Pharrell Williams and No I.D. among others – cover ground from furious rapping sprees (“OMG”) to anthemic power ballads (“Rage”) to teasers for his long awaited full-length debut (“Rolling Like a Stoner”), all served up like a present to fans.  For a rapper...

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Floating Screenings Of “Jaws” Take Terror To A New Level
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As if the ultimate summertime thriller wasn’t terrifying enough from the comfort of your couch, Steven Spielberg’s Jaws is heading back to the big screen, this time with a lot more bite. Austin’s famous Alamo Drafthouse is reintroducing its Jaws on the Water screenings, in which audiences literally float in fear on inky black Lake Travis while watching a shark tear people to shreds. Their only protection from what lurks below? An inner tube, and, well, probably a beer. Just the...

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19 Things We Learned Hanging Out With Radiohead
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Jonny Greenwood is in a tiny backstage room staring at my tiny digital tape recorder like it’s about to jump up and bite him. Twenty minutes ago, he was onstage with Radiohead, wrapping up their second consecutive night at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California with a haunting rendition of “Karma Police.” “Sitting here and talking to you and knowing what I say is going to, you know, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 19 Things We Learned Hanging Out...

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See Glen Campbell’s Daughter Ashley Preview Father’s Final Album
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Glen Campbell will release his final album, Adiós, on June 9th. The record is a bittersweet coda for the Country Music Hall of Fame member’s career, recorded in 2013 after he wrapped his Goodbye Tour. Campbell is currently in the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Set for release on June 9th, the album features 12 of Campbell’s favorite songs, along with guest This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Glen Campbell’s Daughter Ashley Preview Father’s Final...

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Watch Samantha Bee Slam Jeff Sessions’ Draconian Drug Sentencing Policy
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Samantha Bee eviscerated Attorney General Jeff Sessions for increasing sentences for non-violent offenders caught with drugs. This is a reversal of a policy put in place former president  This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Samantha Bee Slam Jeff Sessions’ Draconian Drug Sentencing...

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Review: Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie’s Strange, Surprising Collaboration
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See Rootsy Duo Kacy and Clayton’s Unsettling ‘The Light of Day’ Video
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When you grow up in a remote region of Saskatchewan, Canada, where the nearest record store is a five-hour drive, an imagination comes in handy. That’s how cousins Kacy Anderson and Clayton Linthicum – aka Kacy & Clayton – coped with life in the Wood Mountain Uplands, where rolling hills outnumbered neighbors and small-town subversion hid in the verdant sheen. And, on their last LP This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Rootsy Duo Kacy and Clayton’s Unsettling ‘The Light...

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Brad Pitt Gives Surprise Weather Forecast on ‘Jim Jefferies Show’: ‘There Is No Future’
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Brad Pitt was the bearer of bad news on the Monday night premiere of The Jim Jefferies Show, but it’s safe to say that the A-list actor somehow still managed to mitigate the doom and gloom with his characteristic charm. Jefferies introduced Pitt as the Jim Jefferies Show’s own weatherman, someone who This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Brad Pitt Gives Surprise Weather Forecast on ‘Jim Jefferies Show’: ‘There Is No...

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CMT Awards 2017: 10 Best and Worst Moments
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The CMT Music Awards rightfully earn its rep as the country VMAs. There’s a certain air of the unexpected, and the artists are in their comfort zone. See: Luke Bryan spontaneously caressing host Charles Esten’s leg when the Nashville star walked by him in the audience. Best of all, the performances feel particularly inspired, even if a few fell flat. Here are the 10 best and worst This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: CMT Awards 2017: 10 Best and Worst...

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Hear Gorillaz’s New Psychedelic Disco Song, ‘Sleeping Powder’
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Gorillaz virtual member, 2D, released a new song, “Sleeping Powder,” Thursday via the band’s mobile app. Gorillaz shared a psychedelic video for the cut, which sets the scene by sampling the famous “This Is Your Brain on Drugs” advertisement.  “Sleeping Powder” begins with 2D – voiced by Damon Albarn – sitting at This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Gorillaz’s New Psychedelic Disco Song, ‘Sleeping...

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5 Ways To Escape The City Without Leaving Manhattan
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Every New Yorker takes pride in their constant hustle, but even the most driven among us need a moment’s escape once in a while. Don’t have the time (or funds) for a vacation? Luckily, there are plenty of ways to escape within the city. From secret gardens to immersive theater, click through for our top picks....

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‘Megan Leavey’ Review: True Story of War Veteran and Her Dog Earns Your Tears
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Confession: I’m a dog lover. So take this praise with a grain of salt if you must – but Megan Leavey had me at first bark. Based on a true story (no, really!), this war drama deftly sidesteps the paths that suck you down in sentimental quicksand. Oh, you’ll cry all right. But the movie earns your tears. Kate Mara is raw and riveting in the title role, a marine who ends up in combat in Iraq with Rex, a...

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Watch T-Pain, Young M.A’s Sex, Smoke-Filled ‘F.B.G.M.’ Video
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T-Pain and rising Brooklyn rapper Young M.A celebrate the acronym “F.B.G.M.” in a flashy new video where the Auto-Tune master sings: “And she just like me cause all she wanna do is/ Fuck bitches, get money.” The clip follows a woman picking up a bag of money at a strip club and hauling it to a party at T-Pain’s home recording studio. The emcee spits his silky bars in a field at sunset and later, at the party smoking a hookah pipe. Young...

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All The People You’ll Meet At NYU
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New York University. It’s a school like no other, located deep in the West Village. Campus? Not here. The streets of 5th Ave and West 4th are your college experience and Washington Square Park is your quad. Since NYU is such a huge school, the student body contains multitudes. Your resident celebrity is Karlie Kloss, your roommate is an international jet-setter, and the dude you’re crushing on is a Nietzsche-loving hipster. But those aren’t the only types you’ll definitely run into here....

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Phil Collins Postpones Two Shows After ‘Severe Gash’ on Head
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Phil Collins postponed a pair of shows at Royal Albert Hall in London on Thursday after falling in his hotel room and cutting his head. The fall required stitches and hospitalization, but Collins is expected to be okay.  Collins announced the postponement on his Facebook page. “Phil suffers from ‘drop foot’ as a result of a back operation which makes it difficult to walk,” the singer’s statement explained. “He rose in the middle of the night to go to the...

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Review: Phoenix Embrace Mellow Seventies Sunshine on ‘Ti Amo’
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The biggest and best French rock band ever has proved that you can still go pop on the strength of cagey songcraft and retro-rock sophistication. “Champagne or prosecco?” frontman Thomas Mars offers over a New Wave mirror-ball glide on the title track of their sixth LP, before dropping references to the Buzzcocks, soft rock and that venerable old-school smoothie Beethoven. Phoenix’s 2013 LP Bankrupt! seemed to pull back a bit from the spit-polished bounce of their wondrous surprise hits “1901”...

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Hear Will Hoge, Sheryl Crow’s Resilient New Song ‘Little Bit of Rust’
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Will Hoge tried. He really did. Two years ago, when the singer-songwriter released his tenth studio album, Small Town Dreams, he decided to – against his better instincts, perhaps – give mainstream country success a go. After all, Eli Young Band’s version of his “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” went to Number One in 2012 and earned scores of award nominations, and Hoge even placed his track “Strong” in a Chevy commercial. There was momentum. Maybe, just maybe, he...

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