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The National's Matt Berninger and

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Numero Group revealed a little bit about their upcoming Husker Du retrospective.

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The band's connection to the Chicago Cubs will be explored in their concert film/documentary, 'Let's Play Two.'

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Ahead of new album Blue Chips 7000, Action Bronson released a smooth Rick Ross collaboration, "9-24-7000." The new album is the third installment of

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Pearl Jam's two-night stint at Wrigley Field – during the 2016 season the Chicago Cubs ended their 108-year World Series drought – will be showcased in a new concert film and live album, Let's Play Two.

Photographer Danny Clinch filmed the August 20th and 22nd concerts. The band performed tracks

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The 1979 song from Prince's sophomore album was a nod to the record company's insistence that he make more commercially viable music.

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For years, the idea of bomb-sniffing dogs has been pretty straightforward: A trained canine walks up and down rows of people, sniffing every person in a crowd to suss out any bomb-making material or explosive devices. But the floppy-eared Labradors posted at recent Metallica, Pearl Jam, Taylor Swift and Bon Jovi concerts have been trained to do something different. They don't sniff people;

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As R.E.M. sprinted toward a long-developing commercial breakthrough in 1987, they came to more fully understand their own powers as a band.

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The War on Drugs salute working class America with their black-and-white "Pain" video. Director Emmett Malloy filmed the psychedelic rock sextet as they float down the Schuyikill River in their native Philadelphia on a cargo ship emblazoned with their band name.

The clip, which Malloy shot on cinematic 16

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Items from Prince's Paisley Park will head to London's O2 Arena in October as part of an exhibit showcasing ephemera from the late icon's career.

The My Name Is Prince exhibit also celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Prince's record-breaking run of 21 straight sold-out shows at the O2 Arena in 2007.

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Annie Clark is already releasing music from the Jack Antonoff-produced to-be-named album.

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It was five years ago that America found itself in the midst of its "Gangnam Style" summer with Psy's viral hit rising on radio and horsey-dancing its way to becoming the most impactful Korean-language song on the charts to date. The fall of 2012 also marked the very first iteration of KCON, a Korean culture and music festival that started as a modest, one-day convention and concert in Irvine,

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When Bat Out of Hell songwriter Jim Steinman was first approached about working with husky-voiced Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler on new music he was a little taken aback." I was primarily known for doing records for Meat Loaf and my own records, which were these thunderous, Wagnerian, almost heavy metal, epic, stormy records," he said in 1983. "I was a little bit surprised they would ask me,

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Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor fight is focus of the Killers' new video for their track "The Man."

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The bodyguard for Memphis rapper Finese2Tymes was charged with 10 counts of aggravated assault in relation to a July 1st shooting at a Little Rock, Arkansas nightclub during the rapper's concert.

Kentrell Gwynn, who was

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