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Tom Jones Lands Record-Setting U.K. No. 1 Album With ‘Surrounded By Time’

The legendary Welsh singer becomes the oldest male artist to hit the top of the British album charts.

Michael Gudinski, Legendary Australian Independent Music Entrepreneur, Dies at 68

He founded Mushroom Records in 1972 before expanding his business into the sprawling Mushroom Group.

Sylvain Sylvain, New York Dolls Founding Guitarist, Dies at 69

He died Wednesday after a battle with cancer.

Kanye West Admits Election Defeat, Looks to 2024

Kanye West's sputtering race for the presidency never truly got off the starting blocks, and he's finally admitted defeat.

Cher Debuts Song “Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe” at Biden Benefit Concert

Cher is throwing her considerable clout behind Joe Biden’s run for the presidency with the release of a new single, "Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe."

Hitmakers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis to Release Debut Album as Artists

Production legends Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are readying their first-ever artist album through a new deal with BMG.

Kanye West Claims ‘Get Out’ Was “About Me” in String of Tweets

A day after his unusual debut political rally in South Carolina, in which he appeared wearing a military-style jacket with "2020" shaved into the back of his head, indulged in an hourlong…

Eminem and Kid Cudi Tackle George Floyd’s Death on New Collaboration

Eminem and Kid Cudi get a lot off their chests about the killing of George Floyd and racial injustice in the "Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady," their fiery first collaboration.

Lana Del Rey Calls Out Double Standards, Criticism She Glamorizes Abuse

Lana Del Rey called out double standards and criticism that she's "glamorizing abuse," citing chart-topping songs by Ariana Grande, Beyonce, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj and others about "being sexy, wearing…

Lionel Richie, ‘American Idol’ Stars Team Up for Lockdown-Era Version of “We Are the World”

Lionel Richie and 'American Idol' stars like Fantasia, Jordin Sparks, Katharine McPhee, Kellie Pickler, Lauren Alaina, Phillip Phillips, Ruben Studdard and Scotty McCreery teamed up for a performance…

Lee Konitz, Jazz Saxophone Great and Miles Davis Collaborator, Dies of Coronavirus Complications at 92

Lee Konitz, the celebrated jazz saxophonist and last surviving performer on Miles Davis' 'Birth of the Cool' sessions, has died. He was 92.

Bob Dylan Reflects on Assassination of JFK in ‘Murder Most Foul’ Song

Bob Dylan dropped "Murder Most Foul," a powerful retelling of JFK's last moments on earth, his gruesome assassination and the complicated world of the early '60s.