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Gary Stewart, Veteran Industry Executive With Rhino and Apple, Dies at 62

Music industry veteran Gary Stewart, who spent decades in the industry working at Rhino Entertainment and Apple Music, died Thursday at the age of 62.

APA Hires Ralph James and Jack Ross to Run New Toronto Office (Exclusive)

Joining James at APA Canada are his clients Nickelback, 54-40, Big Sugar, Billy Talent, I Mother Earth, Danko Jones, Marianas Trench, Walk off the Earth, The Trews and The Watchmen.

Katy Perry Announces Dance Contest for “Swish Swish” Music Video

Perry's #SwishSwishChallenge invites dancers to show off their moves for her new music video.

‘Friends’ Musical Parody to Open Off-Broadway This Fall

Songs will include "We Were on a Break."

Britney Spears Asks for Prayers for Niece After Life-Threatening ATV Accident

Maddie, daughter of Jamie Lynn Spears, is in stable but critical condition.

CMT Host Cody Alan Comes Out as Gay: “Here’s to Being Happy With Yourself”

"This is not a choice I made, but something I've known about myself my whole life," the host posted on Instagram.

Tool, Chance the Rapper and Phoenix to Headline Governors Ball 2017

Childish Gambino, Lorde, Flume, Wu-Tang Clan, Wiz Khalifa, Cage the Elephant and more will also play the festival.

Watch the Surprising Musical Talents of the Entire ‘Stranger Things’ Cast

Gaten Matarazzo covered “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables, following in the footsteps of fellow Netflix castmates Joe Keery, drummer for Post Animal, and Finn Wolfhard, who covered Nirvana’s “Lithium.”

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Plays Drums in L.A. Subway

One man remarked, "Whoa! You look like Pee-Wee Herman."

Kanye West Reveals New Album Title

West, who has had a busy week on Twitter, also unveils the track list for the album, which is slated for Friday.

Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ Won’t Be on Apple Music When It Launches

Swift publicly pulled her entire catalog from Spotify in November, citing the services' freemium model as devaluing music.