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  • Paula Abdul's Favorite Choreography Moments of Her Career

    July 18, 2014 12:10 PM ET | Yahoo Reality Rocks
     |  Lyndsey Parker

    While some fans may think of Paula Abdul as a "Straight Up" pop starlet or original American Idol/X Factor judge, her true entertainment legacy lies in dance. After her humble start as a Laker Girl, she went on to win multiple Emmys and VMAs for her groundbreaking choreography, and her routines in music videos (for herself as well as other artists), film, and television have become iconic. Paula also been a guest judge on Dancing With the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance (and a regular j...  | More »

  • Video: Rodney Crowell On Nashville's Evolution

    July 17, 2014 12:05 PM ET | Yahoo Our Country

    "Poet" is an elusive term that, arguably, any songwriter would eagerly aspire to. However, ironically for such a creative pool, very few musicians actually can claim – or even merely accept – this title.  Although Rodney Crowell, who despite four critically acclaimed decades in the music business exudes a remarkably down-to-earth personality, may not trumpet the claim that he is in this coveted category, fans of his work certainly are quick to affirm that he is. Th...  | More »

  • Morrissey 1, World Peace 0

    July 16, 2014 5:21 PM ET | Yahoo New This Week
     |  Dave DiMartino

    Morrissey: World Peace Is None Of Your Business (Harvest) There are very few people in popular music more interesting than Morrissey: He is driven, with the Smiths alone he has left a spectacular legacy—and that was long ago—and, whether via scattered interviews or his own autobiography, his every utterance is persistently fascinating. He is also the best song-titler in the business, and between this album’s title track, “I’m Not A Man,” and “Kick The...  | More »

  • Slow Club's Soulful Surrender

    July 15, 2014 5:15 PM ET | Yahoo Maximum Performance
     |  Dave DiMartino

    A creative and colorful duo from Sheffield, England who continue to evolve in unexpected and sophisticated directions, Britain’s Slow Club have managed to be cute, musically sophisticated and stripped-down soulful in the course of their comparatively brief career. Complete Surrender, the accomplished and subtle third album by Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson—who are indeed Slow Club—is graced by impeccable production courtesy of Colin Elliot and a sense of songs that, even...  | More »

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