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Comedian of the Year: John Mulaney Stayed Sharp in Uneven Times

2018 has been a great comedy year, even if it’s also been a pretty weird time to try and do comedy at all. After all, where do you find humor when the world seems to be on the verge of collapse for any number of reasons, social and political and geographic alike? For John Mulaney,

Elton John covers Khalid’s “Young Dumb & Broke” for Spotify Singles: Stream

During a 2017 interview on Beats 1, Elton John made it known that he hoped to one day collaborate with Khalid. “New artist wise, Khalid,” Sir Elton gushed to Zane Lowe, “I love Khalid.” It appears the Rocket Man’s dreams have come true: Today, he’s shared a cover of “Young Dumb & Broke” featuring additional vocals

Disney unveils teaser trailers for Star Wars theme park, including John Williams’ original score: Watch

The next chapter in the Star Wars universe isn’t a movie, it’s a theme park. As previously reported, Disney is hard at work — spending a measly 24 billion dollars — to deliver next year’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, an expansion of their Disneyland and Disney World attractions that bring fans to their favorite far, far

Live Review: Elton John Says Goodbye to Chicago With Tears, Memories, and Jams (10/26)

Burning Out His Fuse Up Here With Everyone: Make no mistake, Elton John is a showman. Ever since he first toured in 1970 behind his eponymous sophomore album, he’s been a force to reckon with on stage. His countless costume changes, buoyant personality, and all-too-contagious energy has brought smiles, tears, and hope to millions upon millions

Travis Scott brings ASTROWORLD to SNL with help from Kevin Parker and John Mayer: Watch

Travis Scott made his SNL debut with a pair of star-studded performances supporting his smash new album, ASTROWORLD. The Houston rapper was joined on stage by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, John Mayer, and super producer Mike Dean as he ran through a medley of “Skeletons” and “ASTROTHUNDER”. Later, he returned to perform the album standout, “Sicko Mode”,

Paul McCartney talks Egypt Station, John Lennon’s role in The Beatles’ breakup, and more in Howard Stern interview

Later this week, Sir Paul McCartney celebrates the unveiling of Egypt Station, his seventeenth (!) solo album. In the lead-up to the big release day, the former Beatle guested on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show this afternoon. As Variety reports, over the course of their lengthy, 90-minute chat, McCartney talked about The Beatles’ early days

Cleveland DJ Recalls Chats with John Lennon, Brian Wilson

In the heyday of FM radio, Cleveland’s WMMS was among the most influential stations in the country, obtaining exclusive tracks from major bands like Fleetwood Mac and championing up-and-coming artists like Bruce Springsteen and David Bowie. WMMS, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, also got interviews with some of the legendary performers in rock