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'Lethargic As A Drunken Turtle’: ‘September’ Co-Writer Comments On Taylor Swift Cover

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Allee Willis, the co-writer of Earth, Wind & Fire's song 'September,' reacted to Taylor Swift's cover. The singer's rendition did not sit well with fans.READ MORE

T.J. Martell Foundation's 15th Annual Family Day Honoring Tom Corson, President & COO Of RCA Records And His Family - Arrivals

Pentatonix & Us The Duo Launch US Tour in April; Tickets on the Rise Post Grammy Win

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Pentatonix is well on their way to becoming one of the biggest pop groups in the world, and their upcoming summer tour may help to solidify their spot at the top. The five-piece acapella group, who first achieved worldwide popularity through their YouTube videos in 2011.READ MORE

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Traxman Pays Tribute to Maurice White With Footwork Mix of Earth, Wind & Fire [LISTEN]

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Chicago footwork pioneer Cornelius Ferguson, aka Traxman, is the latest artist to pay tribute to Maurice White through song in the wake of the Earth, Wind & Fire founder's death in Los Angeles last week at the age of 74.READ MORE

Maurice White

Maurice White Co-Founder of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Earth, Wind & Fire Dies at 74

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The music world mourns the passing of a legend today as Maurice White, co-founder of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Earth, Wind & Fire, died this past Thursday (Feb. 4) at 74. The band confirmed his death on Twitter today.READ MORE

Darryl McDaniels and Joseph Simmons of Run DMC

Hip-Hop Group Run DMC Slated to Receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

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Run DMC is slated to receive a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, so it seems that hard work and longevity do pay off. The hip-hop trio is iconic in the music industry, and their nod was announced just today by the Recording Academy.READ MORE

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Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire ‘Heart and Soul Tour 2.0’ to Launch in 2016: Tickets on Sale!

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Last week, Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire announced that they would be extending their summer co-headlining tour, 'Heart and Soul Tour' 2015, into a bigger 2016 run appropriately coined 'Heart and Soul Tour 2.0'. The tour will launch on March 23 in Jacksonville and run until April 18 in New York City, playing 15 dates into new territory including major cities like Baltimore, Chicago, and New York City. Tickets to see Earth, Wind & Fire and Chicago are already climbing in price on the secondary market, and fans can expect to see a spike in price as the dates draw closer.READ MORE

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Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire Announce 2016 Heart And Soul Tour 2.0

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Jazz rock legends Chicago, along with Earth, Wind & Fire have announced a 15-date U.S. co-headlining extension to their 2015 Heart and Sout Tour dubbed Heart and Soul Tour 2.0, with the 2016 dates kicking off on March 23.READ MORE

Chance The Rapper gets into Bonnaroo

Kendrick Lamar + Chance The Rapper Freestyle with Earth, Wind & Fire at Bonnaroo

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Bonnaroo brought out one of the best collaborations in music from 2015 thus far as Kendrick Lamar and Chance The Rapper joined Earth, Wind & Fire onstage during the funk legends' set.READ MORE

Gary Clark Jr. and Janelle Monae take part in the 2014 Halftime show.

Rihanna, Alicia Keys and Pitbull: Ranking Previous NBA All Star Game Halftime Shows Before Ariana Grande's Gig

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This year's NBA All Star Game Halftime Show will feature Ariana Grande (and presumably guests) providing entertainment to the fans at Madison Square Garden. Just like the Super Bowl's big showcase, the NBA's version of events has been hit-or-miss throughout its history. Music Times takes a look at the last five NBA All Star Game halftime shows—from Rihanna, Pit Bull, Alicia Keys and more—and ranks them, while hoping that this year's will live up to the best.READ MORE

The White House Christmas Tree

Barack Obama and Family Enjoy Performances from Aloe Blacc, Rita Ora, Hunter Hayes and More at "Christmas in Washington" Concert

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The hottest event in Washington D.C. last night was undoubtedly the Christmas in Washington concert, an annual event now in its 33rd year that brings big acts to perform and raise money for the Children's National Health System. Among the performers this year were Aloe Blacc, Rita Ora, Darius Rucker, Christina Perri and Hunter Hayes. Oh, and President Barack Obama brought his family to the event as well.READ MORE

(Top) Tom Hanks, Sting and Al Green (Bottom) Patricia McBride and Lily Tomlin

Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen and Usher Perform for Sting, Al Green at 2014's Kennedy Center Honors

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Sting, Al Green and Tom Hanks were among some of the artists who received recognition at last night's Kennedy Center Honors ceremony Dec. 7. The 2014 class also included ballerina Patricia McBride and comedian Lily Tomlin. Earth, Wind & Fire, Jennifer Hudson, Usher and Mavis Staples performed a few of Green's hits, while Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen celebrated Sting. According to "USA Today's" coverage, Stephen Colbert opened the show by taking a respectful jab at politics and pop culture, which he is always ready to do. "Tonight, Washington puts the arts above politics, because no matter what party you belong to, everyone wants a selfie with Tom Hanks," he said.READ MORE

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