Miley Cyrus Kicks Out the Jams, Talks Weed at Nashville Pop-Up Show
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You can’t deny Miley Cyrus’ country roots. Nor can she. Especially when the singer-songwriter is embracing those roots by knocking dead a crowd of uber-hyped Instagram documentarians by duetting with dad Billy Ray Cyrus on a spirited performance of his 1992 mega-hit “Achy Breaky Heart.” That was the scene in Nashville Friday night, when the Disney-princess-turned-Millennial-queen celebrated the release of her sixth full-length, Younger Now, with a turnt-up hometown performance on the rooftop deck of Music City’s...

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Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Defends NFL Players’ Anthem Protests
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Slipknot’s Corey Taylor has spoken out in defense of NFL players who take a knee during the National Anthem. “First of all, this is America. You’ve got the right to protest; it is right in the goddamn Constitution,” Taylor told Fargo, North Dakota’s Q105.1 (via Blabbermouth). “This is a peaceful protest. It is not disrespecting the troops, no matter how much you try to twist it that way.” Taylor added that people should spend less time complaining about the “Take...

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Hear Chris Lane Duet With Tori Kelly on New Song ‘Take Back Home Girl’
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On the heels of his breakout 2016, Chris Lane has released “Take Back Home Girl,” a new collaboration with Grammy-nominated pop star Tori Kelly. The single is the first taste of Lane’s as-yet-unnamed second album, the follow-up to last year’s Girl Problems. Written by Hillary Lindsey, Josh Miller and David Garcia, the track employs a clever bait-and-switch with its title: it’s not a hookup song, but one that celebrates introducing the girl in question to the family and friends in...

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Inside Bob Dylan’s ‘Time Out of Mind’ Sessions
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In 1996, Bob Dylan met Daniel Lanois in a hotel room in New York. He wanted Lanois to listen to some lyrics that he’d put together and tell him if there was enough there for his first collection of original songs in more than half a decade. Dylan and Lanois had not much kept in touch since the contentious New Orleans sessions for Oh Mercy in 1989. That contention – and the results it produced – may have been part...

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Watch Sam Smith Perform George Michael Medley on BBC Radio 1
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Sam Smith delivered a medley of George Michael covers when the singer visited the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Friday. “As this is 50 years of Radio 1, they asked me to pick two covers. So I picked the Alicia Keys one and, for This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Sam Smith Perform George Michael Medley on BBC Radio...

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Lionel Richie Confirmed as New ‘American Idol’ Judge
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Lionel Richie has officially been named as the third judge for the rebooted American Idol, where the “Hello” singer will join This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lionel Richie Confirmed as New ‘American Idol’...

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Pens Plea for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief
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Lin-Manuel Miranda penned a powerful essay asking for help for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, where members of the Hamilton creator’s family resides. “There’s no shortage of stories about This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lin-Manuel Miranda Pens Plea for Puerto Rico Hurricane...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
‘Flatliners’ Review: This Thriller Remake Is a ‘Fright Free-Fiasco’
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I’m dumbfounded by the idea of remaking a movie that was no damn good in the first place. Is it the possibility of making it better? The exact opposite happens with Flatliners, an update of the 1990 Joel Schumacher film that became a hit by corralling hot young talent of the day (Julia Roberts, Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon) into a trippy premise about medical students experimenting This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Flatliners’ Review: This Thriller Remake Is a ‘Fright...

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Tim Roth on ‘Tin Star,’ Tarantino and Tupac
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Skinheads, hit men, cops, criminals, cops-posing-as-criminals, princes, junkies, executioners, politicians, supervillains, an 18th-century fop, a 19th-century impressionist painter and a 21st-century psychotic chimp – you name it, and there’s an extremely good chance that Tim Roth has played it. The 56-year-old British actor has the sort of varied, overstuffed resumé that suggests a reserved This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Tim Roth on ‘Tin Star,’ Tarantino and...

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Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood Set for All-Star Nashville Hurricane Benefit
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Nearly a dozen country headliners, including Chris Stapleton, Carrie Underwood and George Strait, will share the stage in Nashville this fall when the all-star Country Rising benefit show is held at the Bridgestone Arena on Sunday, November 12th. Announced Friday afternoon, the concert will donate its profits to hurricane relief efforts in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood Set for All-Star Nashville Hurricane...

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Daily Glixel: Mining Nostalgia For Fun and Profit
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Welcome to Daily Glixel, a roundup of the day’s video game industry news. It’s Friday! What are you playing this weekend? I picked up Golf Story on the Nintendo Switch. It’s a golf/RPG hybrid that looks like the lovechild of Earthbound and Tiger Woods. I’m not a big fan of sports games, but it looks like adorably retro fun. Speaking of...

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Nikki Sixx Condemns Trump Administration in Opioid Addiction Op-Ed
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Nikki Sixx, who was once declared clinically dead after overdosing on heroin at the height of Mötley Crüe’s fame, has penned an op-ed decrying the way the government is handling the United States’ opioid crisis. “Opioid abuse isn’t just making addicts sick, it’s making America sick,” he wrote in This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Nikki Sixx Condemns Trump Administration in Opioid Addiction...

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SNES Classic Edition Consoles Sellout Nationwide at GameStop
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GameStop sold out of its launch-day stock of Nintendo’s Super NES Classic Edition systems, the company tells Glixel. But more are on the way. “Customer demand for the SNES Classic was just like we expected,” said Bob Puzon, senior vice president of Merchandising for GameStop, in a prepared statement. “We sold out of our SNES Classic inventory within minutes in both our GameStop and This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: SNES Classic Edition Consoles Sellout Nationwide at...

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Patriots Fans Burn Team Gear in Response to NFL National Anthem Protests
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In response to the New England Patriots who took a knee during the national anthem to protest social injustice before their game against the Houston Texans on Sunday, a large group of Patriots fans met for a “peaceful protest” on Thursday to burn team jerseys and other paraphernalia. “I don’t want to hear anything about Donald Trump,” the rally’s organizer Mark Shane told WCVB. “I don’t want to hear anything about Democrats, I don’t want to hear anything about Republicans. The...

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Nintendo Will Close the Wii Shop in January 2019
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After 11 years of business, Nintendo announced today it would be closing the Wii Shop – the online market place for the company’s Wii console – on January 30th, 2019. Nintendo launched the Wii Shop back in November 2006, meaning by the time in closes in 2019 it’ll have been operational for more than 13 years. This marks the first major machine from the seventh generation of consoles to close its virtual store. As of writing, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3...

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Julien Baker on How Faith Informs Her Unflinching New LP ‘Turn Out the Lights’
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Julien Baker is a geek, and she doesn’t care what anyone has to say about it. “I’m a big Tolkien nerd,” she says with a laugh on the phone with Rolling Stone, a month after her three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand. “We had to go to Hobbiton,” she says, “the Lord of the Rings set. Because I’m a giant dork.” Baker compares herself to Frodo Baggins’ character in Lord of the Rings, “in a constant state of transit.” The...

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See Shania Twain Celebrate New Album With ‘Ellen’ Performance
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It’s finally upon us: the unveiling of Shania Twain’s first studio album in 15 years, Now. As part of the LP’s release, the country superstar stopped by Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show to perform Now‘s first single “Life’s About to Get Good.” It’s all smiles for Twain when she takes the stage, flanked by her full band and in front of a gleaming animated backdrop. Though this isn’t her first televised rodeo with “Life’s About to Get Good,” it’s one of...

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Hear Shooter Jennings, Producer Dave Cobb’s New Texas Charity Song
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The devastation inflicted on the Gulf Coast of Texas last month by Hurricane Harvey has inspired even more state pride than usual in a region that’s never been shy about boasting. Now Shooter Jennings has joined the cause with “Do You Love Texas?” a new collaboration with producer Dave Cobb that includes Ray Benson, Jason Boland, Kris Kristofferson, Kacey Musgraves, Whiskey Myers and Randy Rogers shouting along to simple chorus. A Texas travelogue that the state’s visitors bureau would be...

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Inside Harry Styles’ Intimate First Solo Tour
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Just a half hour before doors open for Harry Styles‘ first show of his debut solo tour, San Francisco’s Masonic is completely empty. Band and crew members are buzzing backstage, including Styles himself, not yet wearing the snazzy Gucci suit he would be seen sporting onstage just hours later. Outside, more than 3,000 fans wait to see the 23-year-old perform in one of the smallest venues they may ever catch him in. They’re decked out in a variety of homemade...

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Hugh Hefner Will Be Buried Next to Marilyn Monroe’s Crypt
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Hugh Hefner will be buried next to Marilyn Monroe, the Hollywood star whose radiant looks helped launch his publishing career. The Playboy founder, who died Wednesday from natural causes at age 91, purchased the crypt next to Monroe’s at L.A. cemetery Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park for $75,000 in 1992. Monroe appeared on the first-ever Playboy cover in 1953 – with her nude, color photo becoming the magazine’s inaugural “Sweetheart of the Month” centerfold (later renamed the “Playmate”)....

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