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Chevy Chase calls Saturday Night Live “the worst fucking humor in the world”

Chevy Chase was the first breakout star to be born on Saturday Night Live. Despite his swift rise in Hollywood, he always regretted leaving after just a year and a half of the program. “I’d do it again in a minute,” he said in a newly published The Washington Post profile. He probably wouldn’t do it with the current

Watch Bryan Adams Join Taylor Swift for Live 'Summer of '69'

Bryan Adams joined Taylor Swift on stage in Toronto, ON last night (Aug. 4) to help her cover his iconic track “Summer of ’69” on the second night of her Reputation tour stop in the city, at the Rogers Centre. You can watch the performance below. “This is one of my favorite songs ever written,”

Live Review: Arctic Monkeys Check into Brooklyn Steel with New Music (5/9)

Setting the Stage: It took Arctic Monkeys seven years and five albums to really break through in America. “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” off their Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not debut was a world-wide hit, but subsequent albums failed to catch on as well as they did across

Live Review: Arctic Monkeys Check into Brooklyn Steel with New Music (5/9)

Setting the Stage: It took Arctic Monkeys seven years and five albums to really break through in America. “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” off their Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not debut was a world-wide hit, but subsequent albums failed to catch on as well as they did across

The History of Yes Live Albums

In their tumultuous half-century of existence, Yes have released 15 live albums. That’s way too many live albums. No band, not even the kings of progressive rock, should average one concert recording every 3.3 years. Given the sheer bloat, it’s no shock that their stage discography runs the gamut from cosmically consummate (1973 triple-LP Yessongs) to cringe-worthy (2015’s Like

Mike Patton and John Zorn reunite for live collaborative performance: Watch

Faith No More frontman Mike Patton and legendary avant-garde composer John Zorn reunited onstage last Sunday for a special concert at The Chapel in San Francisco. Over the course of about 45 minutes, the pair performed a dynamic, improvisational set for a sold-out crowd. Some of the highlights included special guest Trey Spruance — Patton’s

Live Review: Lucy Dacus Debuts Historian at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg (3/2)

Setting the Stage: Friday saw Lucy Dacus release her sophomore album, Historian. The Richmond, Virginia, native faced a manner of pressure that’s become familiar for burgeoning singer-songwriters: After putting out a buzz-worthy bedroom debut (2016’s No Burden), the artist must prove they’re no fluke by delivering an impressive follow-up from within the constructs of the