Music

Bob Dylan Scores First-Ever #1 Song on a 'Billboard' Chart With 'Murder Most Foul'

Believe it or not, Bob Dylan has never hit number one on any of the ‘Billboard’ charts, until this week with his winding, 17-minute-long epic, “Murder Most Foul.”
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After 40 Years, Stevie Nicks Finally Hears What a White-Winged Dove Sounds Like

Four decades after taking us to the “Edge of Seventeen,” Stevie Nicks has finally gotten to hear a white-winged dove sing, and it was very emotional.
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Priest Moonlights as DJ to Lift Spirits During Coronavirus Pandemic

A Catholic priest in Portugal is helping his parishioners find some added relief amid the coronavirus pandemic by getting behind the turntables to spin dance music twice a week.
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The Who's Pete Townshend Working on New Music During COVID-19 Crisis

The Who has been forced to cancel a string of upcoming shows because of coronavirus concerns, but the extra time has allowed Pete Townshend to work on several new music projects.
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Bill Withers Dies at Age 81

GRAMMY-winning singer Bill Withers has died at the age of 81. The “Just the Two of Us” star passed away on Monday in Los Angeles, according to a statement released from his family.
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Jazz Legend Ellis Marsalis Dies at 85

New Orleans jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis has died. He was 85. The renowned pianist and educator had been hospitalized for coronavirus and was awaiting the results of the test.
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Eric Clapton's 9 Biggest Songs of All Time

Eric Clapton has one of the most impressive resumes in rock history. He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame three different times: as a solo artist, and as a member of the Yardbirds and Cream.
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Mariah Carey's 6 Biggest Social Media Moments of the Last Year

Mariah Carey likes to entertain fans on social media with videos and pictures of her twins, Moroccan and Monroe. The “Fantasy” singer celebrates the holiday season online like there’s no tomorrow.
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Aerosmith's 9 Best Music Videos

Aerosmith embraced collaborative songwriting, slick production and perhaps most importantly, MTV, to add a new generation of fans to the die-hards who had been there since the beginning.
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A Look Back at Elton John's 6 #1 Albums

Elton John scored seven #1 albums in a row on the Billboard 200 in the early to mid 1970s. Take a look back at “Honky Chateau,” “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” and more.
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