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Harry Styles Announces Fall World Tour Ahead of Solo Album

Harry Styles Announces Fall World Tour Ahead of Solo Album

Apr 28
Harry Styles has announced a world tour ahead of the release of his first solo album.

Fans Slam Katy Perry for Featuring Migos on New Single Over Anti-Gay Remarks

Fans Slam Katy Perry for Featuring Migos on New Single Over Anti-Gay Remarks

Apr 28
Some Katy Perry fans are outraged that the pop star's new single "Bon Appetite" features the rap trio Migos, who recently came under fire for making anti-gay remarks about a gay Atlanta rapper.

'Purple Rain' Re-Issue to Feature Unreleased Prince Songs

'Purple Rain' Re-Issue to Feature Unreleased Prince Songs

Apr 28
A remastered version of Prince's landmark album "Purple Rain" will be released this summer with several previously unreleased songs.

Belinda Carlisle :: A Woman on a Mission

Belinda Carlisle :: A Woman on a Mission

By Joel Martens (with contributions by Bill Biss) | Apr 22
The Gogo's were a cutting-edge group, remarkably the first of their kind: Five young women who not only played their own instruments, but wrote their own songs. At the head of that new wave was the band's lead vocalist, Belinda Carlisle.

Listen: Lea Michelle Releases New Track 'Getaway Car'

Listen: Lea Michelle Releases New Track 'Getaway Car'

Apr 21
Actress and singer Lea Michele is set to release her upcoming sophomore album Places on April 28 via Columbia Records. The 11-track album features the previously released "Love Is Alive," "Anything's Possible," "Run To You," and "Getaway Car."

Prince Fans to Mark Anniversary of Music Superstar's Death

Prince Fans to Mark Anniversary of Music Superstar's Death

Apr 21
For Prince fans, the one-year anniversary of his shocking death from an accidental drug overdose will be a time for sadness and celebration.

Dig These Discs: Imelda May, The New Pornographers, Cold War Kids, K. Flay, Alvarez Kings

Dig These Discs: Imelda May, The New Pornographers, Cold War Kids, K. Flay, Alvarez Kings

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 20
Imelda May releases her fifth studio album, and Cold War Kids drop their sixth, and The New Pornographers release their seventh album. Newcomer K. Flay releases her sophomore album, and Alvarez Kings debuts.

Susan Surftone is 'Making Waves Again' With New EP

Susan Surftone is 'Making Waves Again' With New EP

Apr 18
Former FBI agent turned surf guitarists/singer/songwriter, Susan Surftone is releasing her brand new EP "Making Waves Again" on April 18.

Lady Gaga Invites Fans to be Extras in 'A Star is Born' Remake Shooting at Coachella This Week

Lady Gaga Invites Fans to be Extras in 'A Star is Born' Remake Shooting at Coachella This Week

Apr 17
Lady Gaga's Little Monsters will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity this week, not only to see Mother Monster live on stage, but to be a part of her highly anticipated remake of the classic film "A Star is Born" as an extra.

Rock Hall to Celebrate 50 Years of Rolling Stone Magazine

Rock Hall to Celebrate 50 Years of Rolling Stone Magazine

Apr 15
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will celebrate 50 years of Rolling Stone magazine in a new exhibit set to open this spring in Cleveland.

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