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Seattle indie rockers The Head and the Heart are one of the best-traveled bands in America at the moment: in 2017 alone, they're playing Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and just about every other big-name festival in the country.

Those festivals might not even exist if the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival hadn't been a massive success. That festival, a

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Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn delivered a speech prior to Run the Jewels' Pyramid Stage set Saturday at the Glastonbury Festival.

"And if you see that far look at the wall that surrounds this wonderful festival. There's a message on that wall for President Donald Trump," Corbyn said (

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In 1982, Paul Westerberg's new song "Kids Don't Follow" was the impetus for releasing a new recording.

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"Vicki Waiting," from the 'Batman' soundtrack, had its origins in another project Prince was working on.

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Producer Metro Boomin teams with his What a Time to Be Alive collaborator Drake and Migos' Offset on a new track titled "No Complaints." The track premiered Friday as part of Drake's OVO Sound radio show on Beats 1.

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Miley Cyrus isn't big on labels that limit her ways of being. In a recent interview with ITV program Lorraine's host Ross King, the former Disney star opened up about how she's transformed as an artist over the last few years.

"I feel like I proved what I wanted to do," Cyrus said. "I feel like I have respect and

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The Grateful Dead's impact – on psych rock, on live recording techniques, on the meaning of a fan-based subculture – can't really be overstated. But when it comes to 1967's Monterey International Pop Festival, bassist and founding member Phil Lesh insists he isn't being modest when he calls the band's set forgettable.

"Our place in the show was the most unmemorable possible slot: between

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Much like the career of multi-talented singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur, his album 'Redemption's Son,' went down several roads before people caught on to it.

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The unofficially released 'Deliverance' EP could have hinted at the potential value of Prince's vaults.

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Nicki Bluhm has excellent cowboy boots and a down-home friendliness about her, so you could be forgiven for assuming she's a southerner. That is, until the alt-country-and-soul singer – who's performed with Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Chris Robinson and The Avett Brothers, as well solo and with her band, the Gramblers – tells you she grew up riding horses every summer in Monterey, on the same county

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You can now listen to "Lift," the only previously unreleased song Radiohead had not offered in advance of the reissue's release today.

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Former Black Sabbath drummer and co-founder Bill Ward is selling over 200 pieces of studio- and stage-used gear. The Official Bill Ward Reverb Shop, opening

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The band premiered a new song and play their first single at their tour kickoff in Niagara Falls. See the full set list and listen to the song premiere.

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In October of 2005, Bono was down in Cancun, Mexico relaxing before U2 kicked off the second leg of their Vertigo Tour when he sat down with Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner for a cover story interview. The discussion lasted for over ten hours across two

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