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Ariana Grande Teams With Nicki Minaj, Jessie J for 'Bang Bang' Remix

July 28, 5:50 PM ET

The three pop stars pop out a late-summer banger | More »

Jenny Lewis Shares Nashville Inspiration for New Album

July 28, 4:36 PM ET

Singer-songwriter looked to Ronstadt, Harris and — what now? — Creed while recording third solo LP, 'The Voyager' | More »

Stream Spoon's Adventurous New Album 'They Want My Soul'

July 28, 4:35 PM ET

Austin band's eighth album available to purchase next month | More »

15 Best Things We Saw at Merge 25

July 28, 4:10 PM ET

The indie label marks a quarter-century with a North Carolina bash featuring Superchunk, Caribou and Neutral Milk Hotel | More »

Toby Keith Rakes in the Bucks as Country's Highest Paid Star

July 28, 3:52 PM ET

Singer/restaurateur tops Forbes' annual list, followed by Taylor Swift | More »

Horror Classic 'The Evil Dead' Coming to TV With Star Bruce Campbell

July 28, 3:20 PM ET

Campbell is also cowriting the series with director-writer Sam Raimi and his brother, Ivan Raimi | More »

Timbaland Talks New Solo Album 'Opera Noir': 'This Is My Purple Rain'

July 28, 2:45 PM ET

Legendary producer picks his favorite new artists and explains why you might soon hear less of him | More »

Baby Gators, Bulldogs and Ballcaps: College Commitments Get Bizarre

July 28, 1:40 PM ET

Today's top college recruits are seizing the spotlight...and using props with aplomb | More »

Paul McCartney to Reissue More Wings Albums With Unreleased Material

July 28, 1:30 PM ET

'Venus and Mars' and 'At the Speed of Sound' set for release this fall | More »

Tim McGraw's New Album to Feature Wife and 'Kid'

July 28, 1:07 PM ET

Country icon reveals 'Sundown Heaven Town' track list, including bonus duet with Kid Rock | More »

Courtney Love, Yoko Ono and More Support Girls' Online High School

July 28, 12:40 PM ET

Kim Gordon, Sarah Silverman and Cat Power all backing School of Doodle Kickstarter campaign | More »

Green Going Gone: The Tragic Deforestation of the Chaco

July 28, 11:50 AM ET

Monolithic agricultural companies are claiming they can practice sustainable farming in the heart of one of the world's most important wildernesses. The ravaged state of the Paraguayan Chaco forest is telling a different story. | More »

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