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Cher to release an ABBA covers album

Cher makes her return to the big screen this year in one of the summer’s hottest films, Mama Mia! Here We Go Again. It turns out her role as the mother of Meryl Streep’s Donna and grandmother of Amanda Seyfried’s Sophie inspired her to get back in the recording studio, too, as she’s now revealed plans for an

Sheryl Crow to release final album in 2019, featuring collaborations with Stevie Nicks, Keith Richards, and Johnny Cash

Earlier this week, Sheryl Crow joined forces with St. Vincent for “Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You”. As it turns out, it’s just one of several exciting collaborations destined for what Crow says will be her final full-length studio album. Appearing on Kyle Meredith With…, Crow says she’s recorded tracks with “people I’ve loved… and who have

Zombieland 2, featuring the original cast, on track for 2019 release

The zombie craze in pop culture may have peaked some time ago, in the salad days when The Walking Dead was still good and “zombie survival guide” books were a fun novelty instead of something that your well-meaning aunt won’t stop buying you for Christmas. But one of the more enduring pieces of pop culture to come

Queen Release 'Sneak Peek' Trailer for 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Queen are preparing to release the full-length trailer for their upcoming movie Bohemian Rhapsody at noon tomorrow. But with the film having taken so many years to come to fruition, they seemingly can’t hold their excitement and have given us a teaser video that you can check out below. Set to “We Will Rock You,” and

Pearl Jam eye 2019 release for new album

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Pearl Jam returned in March with “Can’t Deny Me”, which served as the first single off the band’s upcoming eleventh solo album. We haven’t heard much about the album since then, and that’s probably because it’s not yet finished. And it probably won’t be for some time. Appearing

Bram Tchaikovsky to Release 'Complete Recordings' Box Set

The ’70s were the golden age of that beloved, and often misunderstood, genre of power pop. Though the origins of the style can be traced back to elements of the Who, the Nazz and others, it was bands like Raspberries, Badfinger and Big Star who are often cited as ground zero early in the decade.

Nas to release new version of Illmatic featuring National Symphony Orchestra

Four years ago, in celebration of Illmatic’s 20th anniversary, Nas staged a full album performance with the backing of the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Earlier this year, PBS aired footage of the concert as part of its Great Performances series. Now, Nas has announced a live recording of the