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Pioneering Rock Journalist Paul S. Williams Dies at 64

UPDATED: As a young proselytizer, he founded the magazine Crawdaddy! in 1966, championed the likes of Velvet Underground and the Grateful Dead and was in attendance during John Lennon and Yoko Ono's…

Singer Throws Tantrum, Rock Star Gets Testy: 15 Things Seen and Heard at SXSW Music

Erykah Badu surprises Sonos Studio crowd, Wayne Coyne talks his way in to see Justin Timberlake, Depeche Mode party and other noteworthy happenings witnessed by THR writers at South by Southwest.

SXSW: Muscle Shoals Musicians Featured on Film, Panel and Stage

At South By Southwest, the focus on small town scenes includes a corner of northwest Alabama that produced an amazing amount of memorable recordings.

SXSW: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Yeah Yeah Yeahs Slay NPR Crowd

The eclectic lineup also included Mercury Prize winners Alt-J and Latin Alternative favorites Cafe Tacuba.

SXSW: Film Festival Rules to Screen By (Video)

South By Southwest celebrates 20 years of showcasing independent film with laughs.

SXSW: Meet the Beatles’ Secretary

"Good Ol' Freda," the story of the Fab Four's trusty -- and trusted -- assistant, premieres at South By Southwest. The doc's star talks to THR.

SXSW: 10 Must-See Music Movies

The best of the fest's film slate includes docs about Green Day, the Beatles' secretary, blues greats and renegades of funk. Also on tap: an engrossing narrative feature about a Belfast record store.

New York’s Jazzfest and globalFEST Cross-Pollinate, Make Beautiful Music Together

Artists showcased at both Manhattan gatherings could end up taking the stage at Bonnaroo, Coachella, Pitchfork or infiltrating other festivals across North America this year.

The Ballad Of Chris Brown and Rihanna: All We Are Saying… Is Give Us a Break

Today's self-serving, social media-obsessed pop stars are a far cry from the original power couple in bed -- John Lennon and Yoko Ono -- who had something to say.

Robert Plant and Patty Griffin Play Austin Club in Support of Local Musicians

The couple took the Continental stage Saturday night, where they performed folk-rock incarnations of several Led Zeppelin songs, including "Black Country Woman," "Tangerine" and "What Is and What…

Bob Dylan Show Rechristens Storied Capitol Theatre

The veteran rocker is the first act to play the renovated venue in Port Chester, N.Y., which underwent a $2 million makeover and hosted its first rock show since The Rolling Stones in 1997.

Bob Dylan’s 911th Dream, Jonah Lehrer’s Error and the Forthcoming Release of ‘Tempest’

Is the legendary musician's new album creating controversy before it's even out or is its 9/11 street date just a tempest in a teapot? THR digs into Dylanology.