See Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson Play Hangover Ode, ‘Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down’
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Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson reunited on the latter’s “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down” for the 2016 tribute concert, The Life and Songs of Kris Kristofferson: All Star Concert Celebration. The show will be released as a concert album and film October 27th. CMT will air the full show that same night at 10 p.m. Eastern/Pacific.  Kris Kristofferson: An Outlaw at 80 Kris Kristofferson has faced memory loss and the death of old friends, and has also found peace – just...

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Watch Ryan Gosling’s 30 Rock Security Fail in Hilarious ‘SNL’ Promo
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Ryan Gosling can’t escape security protocol at 30 Rockefeller Center in the season premiere promo for Saturday Night Live. The Blade Runner 2049 star will host the Season 43 open with musical guest Jay-Z on September 30th. Jay-Z’s 4:44 track “The Story of O.J.” plays while Gosling teases his triumphant return to SNL. “This time, I’m going to give the world my soul,” the actor says in a husky whisper while his face appears superimposed alongside footage of New York City at night. ...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Rush Perform Their Complete Prog Masterpiece ‘2112’ in 1997
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There’s nothing in the Rush catalog that’s been played live more than the first two parts of their 1976 masterpiece “2112.” They’ve been the highlight of nearly every Rush show since the album came out, surfacing more than 1,300 times onstage. Even on the 2012/2013 Clockworks Angels tour where there wasn’t a single 1970s song in the main set, they still made sure to wrap up most nights with the opening segments of “2112.” Doing otherwise would probably caused an...

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NYC Fall Gala Guide 2017: This Season’s Most Glamorous Parties
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Social butterflies, it’s time to pull out your calendars (and your wallets) for a fall filled with philanthropic celebrations. From black tie nights at the ballet to silent auctions and soirees, click through for the most glamorous events for good going down this season....

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
‘American Made’ Review: Tom Cruise Can’t Save This Generic Drug-Smuggling Drama
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Meet Barry Seal (Tom Cruise), a TWA pilot and family man who became a drug smuggler for the Medellín cartel, led by Pablo Escobar (Mauricio Mejía). The Louisiana-born Seal ran narcotics, guns and money between Central America and an airport in Mena, Arkansas in the late Seventies and early Eighties – then the CIA recruited him as an informant so he could keep doing it and bring them back key intel in the War on Drugs. It’s lucrative work if...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
‘Red Dead Redemption 2’: New Trailer Features Van der Linde Gang
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Rockstar Games gave us a new look at the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 today. Check it out in the trailer above.  Red Dead Redemption 2 follows Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang. The trailer shows off heists, combat and brief glimpses at the story. Arthur Morgan, who appears to be the game’s central character, is, as a disembodied voice says, “a wanted man.” Throughout the minute and-a-half trailer, he can be seen accosting others for owed money,...

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Review: David Bowie’s Heroically Experimental Berlin Era Explored in 11-CD Box Set
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No period in David Bowie‘s career is more curious than the trilogy of albums he recorded in the late Seventies while living in Berlin’s artsy Schöneberg district. They’re defiantly uncommercial, stacking soundtrack-y, atmospheric soundscapes alongside pop songs, and they’re bizarrely endearing – “The hin-ter-land, the hin-ter-land/We’re gonna sail to the hinterland,” goes one catchy-yet-strange passage in Lodger’s “Red Sails.” Stranger yet maybe, this era produced one of...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Watch Busy Philipps in Grizzly Bear’s Dark New ‘Losing All Sense’ Video
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Grizzly Bear bend reality into reality television in the surreal new video for “Losing All Sense.” The track appears on the band’s new album, Painted Ruins. The Cody Critcheloe-directed clip opens with a glamorous, yet beleaguered woman played by Busy Philipps, emerging from a limousine sopping wet and walking into a restaurant. She joins a group of very blond women and one very sleazy man. As the other women torment Philipps’ character, the clip cuts to Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste...

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Review: Miley Cyrus, Shania Twain Reinvent Themselves Via Country Roots on New LPs
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There’s always been something contentious about the borders of country music, borders that Shania Twain and Miley Cyrus have spent their very different careers exploring. In the Nineties “is this country or is it disco” culture wars, Shania scandalized Nashville propriety with her glam-rock flash and mirror-ball glitz, just a few years after Miley’s dad Billy Ray Cyrus came out of nowhere with the ass-wiggling dance-craze blockbuster “Achy Breaky Heart.” Miley, of course, grew up playing Hannah Montana on...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
How Midland Epitomize the Authenticity Debate in Country Music
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“Heard there’s gonna be a new award category,” Sam Outlaw tweeted on Tuesday. “Best Authenticity.” It was a joke dripping with sarcasm, but one that Outlaw is more than qualified to make. Based in Los Angeles, rather than those bastions of country music, Tennessee and Texas, the singer-songwriter has been subjected to a cacophony of “is he country enough” questioning as his career has progressed through two excellent albums. Usually, the slings and arrows have nothing to do with his...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Yusuf/Cat Stevens Talks Revisiting 1960s Catalog for New Album
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Success came quickly for 18-year-old British singer-songwriter Steven Demetre Georgiou when he began releasing singles under the name Cat Stevens in 1966. His debut single “I Love My Dog” rose to Number 28 on the UK singles chart and follow-up single “Matthew and Son” hit Number Two. But it would be a long three years before Cat Stevens became a household name all over the world, a difficult period marked by overcooked recordings that didn’t live up to the music...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Miranda Lambert Plots 2018 Livin’ Like Hippies Tour
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Miranda Lambert will start the new year with a road trip, as her Livin’ Like Hippies Tour kicks off January 18th in Greenville, South Carolina. Along the way, the tour will stop in 23 cities including Atlanta, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Cleveland, San Diego and Kansas City. Taking its name from the lyrics of her song “Highway Vagabond,” from the platinum-selling double LP The Weight of These Wings, the trek will also feature Jon Pardi on all of the dates. For...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Niall Horan Discusses Personal, Seventies-Tinged Debut Album ‘Flicker’
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Niall Horan surprised longtime fans of his boy band One Direction when he became the first still-active member of the group to go solo following the release of the group’s 2015 LP Made in the A.M. In September of last year, he dropped the folky, tender single “This Town,” a fine debut and perfect statement of what his solo career would shape up to sound like. Further surprising fans, he took his time after “This Town” to craft his solo...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
See Tyler, the Creator Perform Dreamy ‘See You Again’ on ‘Fallon’
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Tyler, the Creator recreated his lovelorn duet “See You Again” with the singer Kali Uchis, a string section and the Roots on The Tonight Show on Wednesday. The track appeared earlier this year on the rapper’s Flower Boy album, which debuted at Number Two on the Billboard 200.  Tyler, the Creator functioned as a crooner for most of “See You Again,” trading sweet nothings with Uchis: “Can I get a kiss? And can you make it last forever?” A squadron...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Watch Macklemore’s Spirited ‘Ain’t Gonna Die Tonight’ on ‘Corden’
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Macklemore unleashed an explosive rendition of “Ain’t Gonna Die Tonight” on The Late Late Show With James Corden Wednesday. The track appears on the Seattle rapper’s new album, Gemini. Foxy Shazam vocalist Eric Nally kicked off the performance, belting the anthemic “Ain’t Gonna Die Tonight” chorus before Macklemore strolled onstage. Over the song’s brassy, bombastic beat, Macklemore tore through clever bars about sneaking into Jay-Z concerts, turning down label offers to stay independent and, of...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
‘The Cher Show’ Debuts on Broadway in Fall 2018
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The Cher Show, a musical based on the life and career of the singer and actress Cher, will make its Broadway debut at the Neil Simon Theatre in the fall of 2018. “My life as a musical on Broadway: It seems crazy, exciting and bizarre – but that’s probably how my life seems to most people,” Cher said in a statement. The Cher Show will trace the arc of Cher’s six-decade career in entertainment and incorporate a number of her...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
CMT, ‘The Hills’ Creator Team Up for ‘Music City’ Reality Show
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CMT, ‘The Hills’ Creator Team Up for ‘Music City’ Reality Show Watch Paul Cauthen Lead a Dance Party in New ‘Saddle’ Video See Kelsea Ballerini’s Defiant ‘Unapologetically’ on ‘Ellen’ Blake Shelton Readies New Album ‘Texoma Shore’ ‘The Voice’: See Ashland Craft’s Slow-Burning ‘You Are My...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Watch Tim and Eric Work Through ‘Clown Town,’ Divorce on ‘Colbert’
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Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim workshopped their new clown show while Heidecker worked through some marital issues during a hilarious appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Wednesday. The comedy duo – ostensibly on to promote their Adult Swim series Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories – joined Colbert for an interview dressed entirely in goofy clown gear. When Colbert asked about the shtick, Heidecker admitted that creating their “Clown Town” show for Broadway had become his preferred way of...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Echo Buttons and Amazon Echo Will Turn Alexa Into a Dungeon Master
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Among the new games coming to Alexa through the Echo and its upcoming standalone Echo Buttons is a spoken-word fantasy dungeon exploration game called Dungeon Escape. While Alexa Skills already include a number of spoken-word fantasy games, including a fan recreation of Zork, this appears to be the first of its kind to incorporate the upcoming Echo Buttons into play. “Dungeon Escape is an Alexa game skill, where the you are trapped deep in a dark magical realm,” according to...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Stone Temple Pilots Break Down ‘Core’ Track by Track
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When guitarist Dean DeLeo reflects on the time surrounding the release of Stone Temple Pilots mega-selling 1992 debut, Core, the thing that strikes him is a constant flow of creativity and the sense of togetherness he felt with his bandmates at the time. “We were all really shoulder to shoulder prior to making that record,” he says. “The four of us were in the rehearsal room at least five days a week. There was such a newness in the air,...

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