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  Easy To Love You
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How Gospel Great Mahalia Jackson Gave Wing to Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have a Dream’ SpeechMartin Luther King Jr. is widely and wisely credited for giving one of the most galvanizing speeches in recorded history with his “I Have a Dream” address of Aug. 28, 1963. Jackson was on hand to sing at the Lincoln Memorial before and after King addressed the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. With nary a pause, King pushed the notes from which he’d been reading off to the side.


  Barack ‘n’ Roll: The Obamas' Best Musical Moments

Barack ‘n’ Roll: The Obamas' Best Musical MomentsNot since the early ‘90s, when Bill Clinton played saxophone on The Arsenio Hall Show and inspired R.E.M. and 10,000 Maniacs to perform at MTV’s Inaugural Ball, have we had such a rockin’ president as Barack Obama.


  Jennifer Holliday Pulls Out of Trump Inauguration, Apologizes to LGBT Community

Jennifer Holliday Pulls Out of Trump Inauguration, Apologizes to LGBT CommunityThe Tony and Grammy winner came under fire from some of her fans on Friday after it was announced that she was set to perform at a concert as part of Trump’s inauguration festivities. Holliday ends her letter telling her gay fans: “Please know that I HEAR YOU and I feel your pain.


  Party on, Wayne! Take a Trippy Tour of The Flaming Lips’ ‘Oczy Mlody’ Bash

Party on, Wayne! Take a Trippy Tour of The Flaming Lips’ ‘Oczy Mlody’ BashYes, there ain’t no party like a Flaming Lips party — especially one jointly celebrating the Jan. 13 release of the Lips’ 14th album, the space-rock opus Oczy Mlody, and the 56th birthday of the Oklahoma eccentrics’ wild-eyed, ringlet-haired ringmaster, Mr. Wayne Coyne. Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth celebrate Liam’s 27th birthday by showing up to The Flaming Lips album release party celebrated at Mack Sennett Studio in Los Angeles.


  'Magic' Alex Mardas, Sham Technological 'Guru' to the Beatles, Dies at 74

'Magic' Alex Mardas, Sham Technological 'Guru' to the Beatles, Dies at 74Alexis Mardas, better known to Beatles fans as "Magic Alex," has died at age 74, according to multiple news reports, including CNN Greece. He was reportedly found dead in his apartment of natural causes. News IT reported he had been dead several days before his body was found.


  On the Charts: 'La La Land' Surges After Golden Globe Wins
'La La Land' capitalized on its victorious trip to the Golden Globe Awards by landing its soundtrack at Number Two on the Billboard 200.
  David Bowie, the 1975, Rihanna Lead Brit Awards Nominees
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  Broadway Singer Jennifer Holliday Drops Out of Trump Inauguration
A day after Jennifer Holliday was named to Trump's inauguration concert, the Broadway singer announced that she was dropping out of the performance.
  Beatles Associate 'Magic Alex' Dead at 74
Yanni Alexis Mardas, or "Magic Alex" as he was known in the Beatles universe when he was among Apple Corps' earliest employees, died Friday.
  Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie Plan Duet LP
Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie are working on a duet album together that they'll release under the moniker Buckingham McVie.
  Review: Zayn & Taylor Swift's 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever': EW Review

Remember when Taylor Swift was worried about overexposure? Taylor Swift doesn’t. Because in a year with plenty of headlines and no shortage of blows to her public image, she is putting out her first new song since 2014 in conjunction with one of the biggest, blockbusteriest movie franchises around...

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  Review: 'The Hamilton Mixtape': EW Review

Judging by Donald Trump’s tweets­—and the #BoycottHamilton hashtag they helped inspire—you might think Hamilton is dividing the nation. But Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway smash is still able to bring the people together. The ­latest ­evidence? The Hamilton Mixtape, a genre-defying...

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  Review: John Legend's 'Darkness and Light': EW Review

Hip-hop, soul, jazz, pop — John Legend is no stranger to tackling each of these genres, and on his latest, he once again offers something for everyone. As always, his perfectly raspy croon is the connective tissue, but it’s an awkward match on pop plays like the uplifting-anthem-by-numbers “Love Me...

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  Review: The Weeknd's 'Starboy': EW Review

Don’t let the new haircut fool you. The Weeknd may have cleaned up his crown of talon-like locks, but he hasn’t cleaned up his act on his new album, Starboy. Driving that point home is a song called “Reminder,” in which 26-year-old Abel Tesfaye details his drug habits (“Faded off a double...

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  Review: Bruno Mars' '24K Magic': EW review

“Put your phone down, let’s get it, forget your Instagram and your Twitter,” Bruno Mars howls on “Perm,” an irresistible James Brown-style throwback from his new album. He’s long been pop’s time-traveler-in-chief, the guy who scored six No. 1s in five years thanks to a love of analog-era soul and...

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  John Lodge Talks "10,000 Light Years Ago"
The Moody Blues are a band synonymous with the progressive rock sound of the 1960's and 1970's. Their hits, "Nights in White Satin", "Question" and "Tuesday Afternoon" soundtracked an era of modern culture where music and politics collided with spiritual exploration. However, refusing to live in the
  The xx, The Flaming Lips & Bonobo Lead Albums Of the Week - January 13
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  Bonobo Featuring Nick Murphy, Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran Lead Top Songs Of The Week - January 13
It was a huge week when it came to new songs being released. Ed Sheeran returned and shattered Spotify streaming records with his two new tracks, "Shape Of You" and "Castle On The Hill". Alicia Keys dropped a new tune as well, "Sweet F'in Love", which did not appear on her new album. The track sees
  David Bowie, Peter Silberman, Lil Yachty Soar In Top Music Videos Of The Week - January 13
It's already turning out to be quite the year in music videos. Both Sia and Major Lazer dropped new videos last week, and this week somehow went even bigger with a new David Bowie video being released. "No Plan" comes us as part of an upcoming Bowie EP, also titled No Plan. Meanwhile, Sting communed
  Watch St. Vincent’s Horror Anthology Trailer
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  Nick Cannon on Ex Mariah Carey's New Year's Eve Flub: "She Got a Little Flustered"

"But being the diva she is, she said, 'I'm just going to walk around and pose for seven minutes,'" he joked of his ex-wife on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.'

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  Why Jennifer Holliday Decided Against Performing at Trump's Inauguration (Q&A)

"I don’t want my name to be associated with heartbreak or sadness," the Broadway singer now says.

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  Robin Thicke Accused of Child Abuse Amid Custody Fight (Report)

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  Jackie Evancho's Transgender Sister Defends Her Inauguration Gig: She's "Singing for Our Country"

Evancho, a strong advocate for LGBTQ rights, and her sister sat down for an interview with 'CBS Sunday Morning,' airing this weekend.

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  Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams Accused of Copying "Spark the Fire" Chorus

Among other things, the court will consider whether pronouncing "fire" as "fi-ya" is protectable by a copyright.

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