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Pi Day: Music Times Does Music by The Numbers, Featuring Metallica, Miles Davis, The Ministry of Sound and More

Happy Pi Day! We're taking the digits of Pi (or at least the first nine digits), 3.14159265, and coming up with a numerical album or song title for each. Check out numerical numbers from Metallica, Miles Davis, The Ministry of Sound and more.

7 Highest Priced Records on eBay Right Now: The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Lightnin' Hopkins and More

Jack White made headlines last week when he announced that he was the bidder who spent $300,000 for the acetate of Elvis Presley's original single, a 7" pressing from Sun Records featuring "My Happiness" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin," and ...

Al Jarreau Turns 75: Music Times Chooses 5 Starting Points for Getting to Know The Jazz Great ('Moonlighting' and More)

Jazz vocalist Al Jarreau celebrates his 75th birthday today, not letting age get to him as he performs at events such as the forthcoming International Jazz Day celebration being staged by UNESCO in Paris. Jarreau is one of those greats who has stood ...

5 Biggest Musical Benefactors of Apple Advertising: U2, Feist, Jet and More Win When Pushing iProducts

The kings of Cupertino formally announced their new Apple Watch today, as well as the new Macbook Pro and a partnership between the software/hardware company and HBO Now this afternoon, a press conference that broke Twitter for a good 20 minutes. ...

Billboard Hot 100 vs. Official Charts Company by Decade: Madonna, 50 Cent, Celine Dion and 40 Years of No. 1s

Few people realize just how different the music across the pond is from that we listen to in America, that the Hot 100 doesn't exist in the UK and that it's equivalent to our singles chart doesn't just feature a whole bunch of American artists with ...

5 Musicians Who Survived Plane Crashes a la Harrison Ford: Travis Barker, Bono, Paul McCartney and More

Harrison Ford's dramatic crash-landing of a vintage WWII single-engine aircraft onto a Los Angeles golf course was certainly the most shocking piece of news yesterday. Maybe just as shocking (and definitely relieving) was that the Indiana Jones/Star ...

7 Highest Priced Records on eBay Right Now: The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Mighty Sparrow Bring in Big Bucks, but Not Jack White Money

Jack White made headlines when he announced that he was the bidder who spent $300,000 for the acetate of Elvis Presley's original single, a 7" pressing from Sun Records featuring "My Happiness" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin," and that his ...

5 Celebrity Couples Releasing Albums in Same Year: Ariana Grande vs. Big Sean, Jay Z vs. Beyonce and More

This week marks a high point for the "power couple" status of Big Sean and Ariana Grande: The former's new album Dark Sky Paradise topped the Billboard 200, selling nearly 140,000 copies in the process. That gives him his first no. 1 album, which ...

7 Great Frank Sinatra Covers from Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Aretha Franklin, Sex Pistols and More

A source indicated today that Bob Dylan might be considering a second album of Frank Sinatra to accompany this year's Shadows In The Night. Sinatra was himself a master of the cover, often taking popular songs and immortalizing them with his own ...

50 Years of 'The Sound of Music': Ranking The Best and Shunning The Rest..."My Favorite Things," "Maria," "Do-Re-Mi" and More

Music Times celebrates the 50th anniversary of the film 'The Sound of Music' by choosing its five favorite tracks...and more importantly...why your favorite track didn't make the cut.

The Toronto Underground, Hip-Hop and Otherwise: Mystery Tunnels, Ain't No Love, WondaGurl and More

Toronto natives were stunned by the discovery of a mysterious tunnel underneath York University, and even more mystified by the police force's declaration that the two men who had dug it had done so for "personal reasons" and no more information was ...

Mixtape Monday: This Week's Newest Tracks For Sharing

Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new songs from Built To Spill, Rihanna, Kanye West, ...

5 Controversial Examples of The Beatles in Advertising: Nike, Pizza Hut and Allstate Draw Ire of Fab Four Fans

No musical catalogue is as sacred to more music fans than that of The Beatles, so it's no surprise that a storm of controversy results almost anytime one of the band members or a clip of a song appears in a commercial. Check out five of the more ...

5 Albums by Leonard Nimoy: Remembering The Often Forgotten Side of Mr. Spock's Illustrious Career

The television world mourns the death of Leonard Nimoy, an actor best known for his iconic role as Mr. Spock on 'Star Trek.' Fewer realize that the actor had a brief career as a recording artist, delivering spoken word, folk and country recordings. ...

6 Death Metal Vocal Dubs on YouTube: Spongebob, Ernie & Bert, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Join Mary Poppins

The viral video of the moment features Mary Poppins and Bert, singing and dancing among an animated cast as they would during the original film...except death-growling bloody murder rather than singing the actual lyrics to ...

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