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The Best NYC Shows This Week: Cold Specks, Cyndi Lauper, DJ Koze

Several pioneering techno DJs grace the city this weekend, many of them still in their prime despite having cultivated long careers. Ellen Allien, the Berlin DJ...

Tori Amos is no longer a pop star — and she seems fine about it

Wrapping a tour behind her album "Native Invader," the veteran singer and pianist demonstrates her devotion to great songwriting.

Gag order imposed in Jennifer Hudson case after TMZ report

Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga have been engaged in a custody battle over their 8-year-old son.

Shamir’s creating ‘outsider pop’ for the people who need it — and himself

Singer-songwriter Shamir traded his dance music for a much more authentically him, low-fi sound.

Charli XCX teases new mixtape

Charli XCX has taken to Twitter to tease a potential mixtape along with a name of artists she would like to collaborate with.

Las Rageous rock festival returns with a bigger lineup

A Perfect Circle and Five Finger Death Punch will headline the event April 20 and 21 at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.

Five artists who will rock the Boston Music Awards

A few years ago, the Boston Music Awards woke to the truth that Aerosmith needs no local recognition. Steven Tyler (and Aimee Mann, Donnie Wahlberg and Amanda Palmer) didn’t need

Travis Scott performs in Chicago to celebrate Nike Air Force 1 anniversary

Rapper Travis Scott performed Friday in Chicago to help Nike celebrate the 35th anniversary of its Air Force 1 sneaker.

New Kids On The Block drop three new festive tunes

New Kids On The Block have released three festive tunes in time for Christmas.

Foo Fighters announce major supports acts for 2018 tour

Wolf Alice, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes and Slaves are among the acts joining Foo Fighters on their 2018 European stadium tour.

Laura Mvula wants Rolling Stones collaboration

Laura Mvula wants to duet with The Rolling Stones after meeting band member Ronnie Wood.

Foreigner, Whitesnake to perform Blossom Music Center concert in July

On July 10, Foreigner and Whitesnake will be performing a concert at Blossom Music Center.

Pink and Christina Aguilera's secret duet

Pink has confirmed that she and Christina Aguilera have put aside their 16-year feud to record a duet together.

Bruce Dickinson: Iron Maiden have learned to get on

Bruce Dickinson believes Iron Maiden have "survived" because they have "learned to get on with each other" over the years.

Plenty of Fuel left to burn, 20 years later

CELEBRATING 20 years since the release of their debut record, US rockers Fuel showed they have plenty of their namesake left in the tank.

Janet Jackson & crew dance through the decades in 'State of the World' stop at

Janet Jackson's "State of the World'' tour stop at Quicken Loans Arena puts three decades of singing, songwriting and dancing from the "Rhythm Nation'' queen firmly in the

Metropolitan Opera suspends James Levine after sex abuse accusations

On Sunday, The New York Times reported accounts from two more men accusing Levine of sexual misconduct.

Five new artists who will rock the Boston Music Awards

A few years ago, the Boston Music Awards woke to the truth that Aerosmith needs no local recognition. Steven Tyler (and Aimee Mann, Donnie Wahlberg and Amanda Palmer) didn’t need

Why Taylor isn’t playing Adelaide

TAYLOR Swift fans in Adelaide are furious the superstar is bypassing their state on her Reputation Australian tour.

Met suspends Levine; Ravinia, CSO wait for investigations over alleged sexual

The Ravinia Festival and Chicago Symphony Orchestra are withholding comment over allegations of sexual misconduct by conductor James Levine, pending the outcome of investigations

Famed conductor James Levine accused of sexual abuse; complaints date back to

The general manager of the Metropolitan Opera announces the company is suspending its four-decade relationship with Levine, 74, and canceling his upcoming conducting engagements.

Mel Brooks plans encore at Encore in April

Mel Brooks twice filled Encore Theater on June 30-July 1. He had just turned 91 when he made his Strip debut.

National Finals Rodeo to honor victims of Las Vegas shooting

No. 58 is to stay in the stables at this year’s National Finals Rodeo.

Notable box sets and period releases of 2017, including Garth Brooks, Johnny

The holiday season is ripe for reminiscing, be it with old friends, distant relatives or beloved songs. While the music industry has shifted its focus to streaming services,

UK trio Alt-J are the creeping giant who fill stadiums and talk sex, cricket and

“Our manager calls us ‘The biggest band you’ve never heard of’,” says low-key, sneaky bugger vocalist/guitarist Joe Newman of English outfit Alt-J, a band you’ve perhaps heard of,

Peter Andre’s list of backstage demands is crazy

PETER Andre has been exposed for demanding 41 pricey items on his rider for a performance at a corporate event, despite also charging $53,000 in appearance fees.

Taylor to tour Australia in 2018

TAYLOR Swift will test her live reputation when she brings her world tour to Australia in October and November next year.

Oasis star’s cool message to fan

FORMER Oasis star Noel Gallagher has invited a young fan backstage after he wrote him a letter asking him to come into his school to speak about drugs.

Neil Young just launched a high-quality archive of his entire back catalog

A high-fidelity deep dive into a half-century of music

Sister Solace celebrates CD release with Scottish Rite concert

First recording for vocal folk ensemble.

Sparks planning Trump song

Sparks are planning to rework their hit track 'Everybody's Stupid' in honour of President Donald Trump and his wife.

Lauren Jauregui enjoying 'branching out' from 5H

Lauren Jauregui has confessed she and her Fifth Harmony bandmates are enjoying "branching out" and "exploring" their own sound but she insists they are very much together.

Mark Ronson felt intimidated producing Queens of the Stone Age's album

Mark Ronson admits it was "intimidating" producing Queens of the Stone Age's new LP 'Villains'.

Grammys reflect hip-hop's influence on the changing face of rock 'n' roll: Chuck

All but one artist in the Big Three races for the Grammys are people of color, and only two are not rappers. Clearly, rock 'n' roll has changed, but at its heart, it's still about

Anders Osborne’s struggles leave ‘Deep Impression’

If you think they don’t make guitar heroes like they used to, you’ll want to be at the City Winery on Wednesday when Anders Osborne and Jackie Greene join forces.Firebrand New

Sia’s preconcert ‘crazy-diarrhoea’ fiasco

SIA could possibly be one of the most down-to-earth stars on the planet.

Joel Paterson proves that Christmas music never gets old

Howard Reich reviews Joel Paterson celebrating the release of his 'Hi-Fi Christmas Guitar' album at the Green Mill.

Met opera to probe misconduct charges against conductor

NEW YORK (AP) — New York's Metropolitan Opera said Saturday it will open an investigation into allegations that its longtime conductor, James Levine, sexually abused a man three

Stormzy vows to continue making great music

Stormzy won't "sit around on [his] a**e" after landing a number one album, and he has vowed to continue working hard on his career at the helm of the music