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‘Kids’ Could Not Be Made Today, Says Larry Clark at 20th Anniversary Screening

The director and stars from the controversial 1995 film about skate-punks running amok in New York discussed its impact at a July 16 event.

Stevie Wonder Brings Funk Ferocity to MSG with ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ Performance: Concert Review

The R&B great transports the faithful back to a time when albums were grand concepts

Remembering the Real James Brown (Video)

The author reminisces of time spent with the real Godfather of Soul, who is distinct from the character portrayed in "Get on Up," along with the exclusive premiere of "The Journey" featurette on the…

Paul Rodgers’ Soul Man in Good Company: Concert Review

The British singer eschews blues and rock in favor of R&B on his latest album, "The Royal Sessions."

Soundgarden Rewind: 1994’s ‘Superunknown’ Gets Its Due (Video)

The band plays the full album and more for a Sirius XM broadcast airing June 13 on Howard 101.

Hashing It Out with Asher Roth

The "I Love College" rapper graduates from major label darling to indie gadfly.

Ziggy Marley Flies Like a Rasta on New Album

The son of the reggae legend's fifth solo album arrives just in time for 4/20 smoke-out.

Brooklyn Bowl Bringing Vibe to Vegas; Announces Initial Band Bookings

Among the headliners scheduled to perform at the brand new venue: Phil Lesh & Friends, Jane's Addiction, O.A.R., The Roots and Elvis Costello and Cake.

Brooklyn Bowl London Opens With Ellie Goulding in Attendance

Part of the 02 Arena complex, the venue's vibe, like its Williamsburg cousin, is distinctly funky with a hint of patchouli.

Seattle Seahawks Adopt Phish Song as Rallying Cry

In a new home game tradition, quarterback Russell Wilson is welcomed by one of the jam-band's most beloved tunes.

Hundreds of Phish Fans Arrested During Band’s Four-Night NYC Concert Run

The lead-up to Phish's New Year's bow at Madison Square Garden was marred by a high number of busts.

A King Comes to Queens: Paul McCartney Rocks New York City High School

At the request of Tony Bennett, and with a hand from iHeartRadio, the former Beatle surprises students at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts.