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Today in Music History (July 23, 1966): Frank Sinatra's "Strangers In The Night" top US charts

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Today in music history, July 23, marks the 54th year since Frank Sinatra regained the throne as "Strangers In The Night" tops the US album charts.READ MORE


Upcoming "No Pressure" will be Logic's last album before retirement

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American rapper Logic has announced the release date for his upcoming studio album, "No Pressure," while also announcing his retirement, Thursday, July 16.READ MORE

Barbra Streisand received the Golden Globe Award in 1969.

5 Sensational Music Artists Who Won Acting Awards

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Here are five musicians who landed meaty roles in Hollywood and were awarded for their portrayals.READ MORE


4 Popular Songs Hated By The Artists Who Performed Them

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While there are musical geniuses that have given us timeless hit songs, not everyone is happy about it. Here are four of the most popular songs hated by the artists who performed them.READ MORE

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Concerts of American Artists That Drew a Huge Crowd

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Concerts are meant for fans to see their favorite artists perform in person. Here are some concerts that gathered a record-breaking number of attendees.READ MORE

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Frank Sinatra’s First Wife Nancy Passes Away At 101

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Frank Sinatra's first wife, Nancy Sinatra Snr., passed away two decades after the singer-songwriter. Their firstborn daughter shared the sad news on Twitter last Friday the 13th.READ MORE

Hollywood's Oldest Working Actress Connie Sawyer Passes Away at 105

Hollywood's Oldest Working Actress Connie Sawyer Passes Away at 105

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Connie Sawyer died peacefully at her retirement home in California over the weekend. She was known as Hollywood's oldest working actress, with 140 film and TV credits under her name.READ MORE

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Now That We a Have Notorious BIG Hologram, Bring These 5 Deceased Music Icons Back Digitally

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We're about to all live in a world where the hologram of the Notorious B.I.G. (just like Tupac Shakur) is another prop in music videos, at concerts and more, so why not bring these 5 deceased music icons back to life digitally as well?READ MORE

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Bob Dylan Shares New Album 'Fallen Angels' Tracklist of Frank Sinatra Songs

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Bob Dylan's new album is a collection of songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, entitled 'Fallen Angels.' Check out a new song and LP tracklist below.READ MORE

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Lady Gaga Performs Frank Sinatra's 'New York, New York' Wearing Full Suit [WATCH]

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Lady Gaga was just one of many singers to perform during the pre-recorded Sinatra 100 Grammy Concert that aired Sunday night (Dec. 6), which served to honor the late Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday. During the show, the "Til It Happens to You" singer belted out a stirring rendition of Sinatra's classic "New York, New York" wearing a full suit, giving the legendary song plenty of justice.READ MORE

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Gucci Mane Gets a Jail Visit From Former 'Spring Breakers' Director Harmony Korine

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The Atlanta-raised rapper Gucci Mane was visited in jail by his former director on "Spring Breakers," Harmony Korine.READ MORE

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Seth MacFarlane Sings Sinatra Tune "The One I Love" on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert'

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We're used to seeing Seth MacFarlane voicing musical numbers on his show 'Family Guy' and for his movie 'Ted', but last night he stepped out of the sound booth and onto the stage of 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert', where he performed the Frank Sinatra tune "The One I Love" off his new album 'No One Ever Tells You'.READ MORE

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8 Big City Mayors Sing Lorde, LL Cool J, Idina Menzel and More [VIDEO]

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Philadelphia citizens and hip-hops fans got a gift over the weekend when Mayor Michael Nutter joined The Roots onstage at the Philly Fourth of July Jam to perform the Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight." His performance was flawless and he ended the performance by dropping the microphone and exiting the stage. It was, truly, one of the best musical performances from a politician that we've ever seen, but mayors-on-the-mic is all the rage recently, perhaps inspired by Barack Obama and his many soulful appearances. Here's seven other city heads that have stood in the spotlight...willingly or otherwise.READ MORE

Pau McCartneyl (and Linda) was the only one to show up during 1971.

Beatles' 5 Best Years at The Grammys: Battles with Frank Sinatra and A Surprising Peak Point

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The Beatles were kind of a big deal, as their countless hits and no. 1 singles can attest to, but their shelf wasn't nearly as full of Grammys as you might think. The group "only" managed to snag nine of the most vaunted awards in music across its entire career (compared to 27 for Allison Krauss). April 13 marks the 50th anniversary of the first Grammy ceremony where the band won a trophy and Music Times is marking the occasion by counting down the five years in which the greatest band in popular music history managed to land a win, going from "fewest wins" to most (ties will be broken by taking the "winning percentage" based on nominations).READ MORE

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