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The Charts and The Gulf War: Mariah Carey, MC Hammer and Aerosmith [Memorial Day Special]

Memorial Day 2015 bears a special significance for two reasons: More importantly, it's the first time in 14 years that the holiday has been celebrated with no American troops involved in a "major ground war," and it's also the 25th anniversary of the ...

The Charts and Afghanistan 2001: Alicia Keys, Jay Z and Nickelback [Memorial Day Special]

Memorial Day 2015 bears a special significance for two reasons: More importantly, it's the first time in 14 years that the holiday has been celebrated with no American troops involved in a "major ground war," and it's also the 25th anniversary of the ...

EDC New York 2015 Review: 10 Best Things From Day 2, Eric Prydz, Tchami, Dixon

Day two has come to a close and that means Electric Daisy Carnival New York 2015 has ended. There were good times to be had with outstanding production, quality music across four stages and good people. We recapped for you yesterday the 10 best ...

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Broadcasts May 30, Ends CEO Joel Peresman's Long Year

The biggest night of Joel Peresman's year comes when legendary acts such as Ringo Starr, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, and Bill Withers are joined by stars such as Miley Cyrus, John Legend and John Mayer for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ...

EDC New York 2015 Review: 10 Best Things From Day 1

Day one of the fourth edition of Electric Daisy Carnival New York is in the books and we are ready to celebrate some of the best moments of the day. Encompassing everything from the best people to the best sets, we give you the lowdown of what ...

Rating First Thrash Albums Without Founding Members: Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and More

Slayer announced today that its new album 'Repentless' would be released later this year, marking the thrash group's first time without guitarist Jeff Hanneman (who died during 2013). Some would argue that it's sacrilege (rim shot) for Slayer to ...

5 Unreleased Lady Gaga Collabs: Paul McCartney, Cher and Azealia Banks(?)

Fans of both Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar got at least a partial treat yesterday when the previously unreleased track "Partynauseous" leaked online. It might seem odd that a collaboration between one of the biggest pop stars in the world, plus one of ...

Melissa Etheridge Talks Tour with Blondie, Joan Jett, New Los Angeles Live DVD in Music Times Exclusive

Melissa Etheridge is about to release a tribute to her last tour with the new live DVD 'A Little Bit of Me: Live in L.A.' while simultaneously preparing for her next gig, a co-headlining run with Blondie that will bring also Joan Jett into the fold ...

60 Years of 'Maybellene': Chuck Berry's Hit in All Its Live Glory

Chuck Berry took to the studio in Chicago on this date 60 years ago to record his first single for Chess Records...a little number called "Maybellene." It was a hit, reaching no. 5 on the singles charts, but more importantly, it's often cited as the ...

Michael Jackson, Prince and More: The Best of The Apollo's Last 30 Years

New York City is full of famous music venues but few if any can live up to the flory of The Apollo Theater in Harlem, which has hosted the legendary Amateur Night for more than 50 years, as well as playing host to James Brown's Live at the Apollo, ...

Governors Ball 2015's Worst Scheduling Conflicts

Governors Ball 2015 is only a couple of weeks away, and today (May 20), the New York City festival announced its full hour-by-hour schedule. And, of course, with a lineup stacked with the likes of Drake, Florence + The Machine, Lana Del Rey, The ...

David Letterman's Best Hip-Hop Moments: Run D.M.C., Beastie Boys, J. Cole and More

David Letterman has long been known as a lover of rock 'n' roll...all it takes to get the late night host on your side was to behave erratically or energetically onstage, which would almost certainly merit an "oh boy!" It took a little bit more to ...

Sabaton's Joakim Brodén Talks History, Digital Radio and Inevitable 'Nazi' Name-Calling [Exclusive]

Many power metal bands prefer to linger in the fantastic world of Tolkien and Dungeons & Dragons when they write battle songs, but Sweden's Sabaton prefers to focus on actual, historical warfare. Vocalist Joakim Brodén took a break at last weekend's ...

Photo Recap of Rock on The Range 2015: Linkin Park, In This Moment, Tech N9ne and More

Some might argue that the range of musical styles present at Rock on The Range will never live up to the diversity of a Lollapalooza or Coachella. That may be true, but when you have bands ranging from In This Moment to Godsmack to Tech N9ne ...

Busty and The Bass Bring The (Electro) Funk On Upcoming Album 'GLAM'; Plan To Get 'Bustified' On Summer Tour

Nine-piece Canadian band Busty and the Bass have their own word for their brand of electro-funk: Bustified. For a song to become fully "bustified," all nine members must collaborate to create a sound that's booming, intricate and as funky as ...

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