A week after covering David Bowie's "Life on Mars?," 'Freak Show' introduces 'Tidal' song to 1952 Florida
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Watch the icon run in heels to the CMA Awards stage, where she makes a rather quirky acceptance speech
Groundbreaking alternative rock band reconstruct landmark 1989 album using early demos alongside B-sides and Peel Session recordings
The band also links up with swamp rocker Tony Joe White for a cover of 'Polk Salad Annie' and transforms into a shady law firm
Kansas City sweeps Baltimore, moves to their first World Series since 1985. Can anyone stop this remarkable October run?
Brett James and Jon Randall join their frequent co-writer for a special CMA Songwriters episode of Public Television's 'Front and Center'
"As a song, it was actually kind of punky," John Paul Jones says. "It's a lot of fun to play"
The actor announced the news with a video in which he crossed "Hosting the Oscars" off his bucket list
With her new solo album 'American Middle Class' gaining rave reviews, the Kentucky singer discusses going it alone
More than a decade after his breakthrough hit, the rapper-singer returns to back upcoming pro-marijuana votes
Why Seattle songwriter Mike Hadreas scrapped a collection of "nice, soulful music" to make one of 2014's best, most suprising new albums
Legendary singer/songwriter mines catalog for collection of 53 newly remastered love songs
'Old Boots, New Dirt' tops the chart, while Jason Derulo's "Trumpets" is the Sleeper of the Week
Country star's new LP has third biggest sales week of the year in all genres
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"Highway to Hell," "Back in Black" and your other favorites. The song might remain the same, but it never gets old