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Michelle Branch and The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney Split After Three Years of Marriage

Michelle Branch and The Black Keys‘ Patrick Carney are calling it quits after three years of marriage. “To say that I am totally devastated doesn’t even come close to describing how I feel for myself and for my family. The rug has been completely pulled from underneath me and now I must figure out how to move […]

Grammys 2015: Jack White, Paramore and Beck Win in Rock Categories

Three rock artists were feted at the 57th annual Grammy Awards, which took place at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Robin Thicke Blurs the Lines Between Art and Life (Analysis)

His new album, "Paula," an effort to woo back his wife, meets with a backlash from listeners who are merely looking for a follow-up to "Blurred Lines."

Indies on Top: War on Drugs, Parquet Courts, Lana Del Rey Rule the Roost Midway Through 2014

While album sales continue to decline, here are some of this year's releases worth listening to all the way through.

The Black Keys Play Intimate Nashville Show: ‘New Record, Feels Good,’ Says Dan Auerbach

The one-hour special, part of the promotional tour for the band's No. 1 album "Turn Blue," airs on Sirius XM's Alt Nation channel.

The Black Keys’ Half-Dozen Biggest Beefs

The duo has waged war with Justin Bieber, Michael Jackson, Jack White, Pizza Hut, Spotify and Insane Clown Posse, just in time for new release.

The Black Keys Earn First No. 1 Album; Michael Jackson Debuts At No. 2

Michael Jackson's "Xscape" is his tenth top 10 effort, including the posthumous releases "Michael Jackson's This Is It" and "Michael."

Michael Jackson, Black Keys Vie for No. 1 on Albums Chart

Industry sources suggest that Jackson's "Xscape" and the Keys' "Turn Blue" could sell between 150,000 and 155,000 copies in the week ending Sunday, May 18.

The Black Keys’ ‘Turn Blue’: What the Critics Are Saying

The garage band progenitors get into some new, fuzz-toned psychedelia on their new album, with mostly positive results.

John Legend to Perform Special Concert for Citi Credit Card Holders

Grammy winner will play L.A.’s Emerson Theater April 21 to benefit Teach for America.

Lana Del Rey’s New Single Is Titled ‘West Coast’

The California-loving singer's next anthem will presumably come from her "Ultraviolence" album.

Lana Del Rey Taps Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach to Produce ‘Ultraviolence’

The singer's sophomore album is due out in the middle of this year.