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5 black, queer musicians to listen to during Pride Month, including Kehlani and MNEK
June 05, 2020
You may already know Frank Ocean and "Old Town Road" breakout Lil Nas X. In honor of Pride Month, here are five more black LGBTQ artists to listen to.
Kylie Jenner is officially Forbes' highest-paid celebrity of 2020, despite recent questions
June 05, 2020
Even without her billionnaire status, Kylie Jenner was still ranked the highest-paid celebrity in the world by Forbes Magazine.
Steve Priest, co-founder and bassist for British glam-rock band The Sweet, dies at 72
June 04, 2020
The Sweet bassist Steve Priest, who died Thursday, enjoyed success such '70s hits as 'Ballroom Blitz,' 'Fox on the Run' and 'Love Is Like Oxygen.'
Kane Brown dedicates new song 'Worldwide Beautiful' to 'justice and equality'
June 04, 2020
"White churches, black churches/ Different people, same hearses," Kane Brown sings.
Summerfest canceled over coronavirus concerns, Dave Matthews Band and others to play in 2021
June 04, 2020
For the first time in its history, there will be no Summerfest in Milwaukee. But some acts booked for 2020 will perform in 2021.
Run The Jewels released fourth album early to help fans 'deal with it all'
June 04, 2020
Run the Jewels, a rap duo of Killer Mike and El-P, and YG dropped new music touching on racism and police brutality.
Bruce Springsteen mourns George Floyd during broadcast, calls for new Civil Rights movement
June 05, 2020
Bruce Springsteen dedicated the opening song of his SiriusXM broadcast on Wednesday, June 3 to the memory of the late George Floyd
'CMT Celebrates Our Heroes': The best moments from country's tribute to frontline workers
June 04, 2020
"CMT Celebrates Our Heroes" aired Wednesday night as a two-hour salute to healthcare workers and others on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jimmy Capps, longtime Opry guitarist and Musicians Hall of Fame member, dies at 81
June 02, 2020
Nashville musician Jimmy Capps has died at age 81. He worked with country stars including Johnny Cash, George Strait and Kenny Rogers.
Blackout Tuesday: Rihanna, Quincy Jones, Spotify, others across music industry shed light on racism
June 02, 2020
Following the death of George Floyd and other black people in America, the music industry took a stand against racism on Blackout Tuesday.
Record Store Day 2020: See the new list of releases from Britney Spears, Eminem, Johnny Cash and more
June 02, 2020
Typically a one-day event, this year Record Store Day will be spread across three days: Aug. 29, Sept. 26 and Oct. 24.
'Laurel Canyon': Mamas and the Papas singer on the 'very big highs and lows' of '60s music scene
May 31, 2020
If you've ever wondered what it'd be like living next door to Joni Mitchell and Graham Nash, look no further than Epix docuseries "Laurel Canyon."
Eminem urges Detroit to keep up COVID-19 fight: 'We don't take (expletive) just lying down'
May 31, 2020
Eminem promoted coronavirus diligence and the 2020 census during Detroit's Everybody vs. COVID-19 online event on Saturday.
Singer Grimes, SpaceX chief Elon Musk reveal they've got a nickname for their newborn son
May 30, 2020
The baby was initially named "X Æ A-12" but later renamed "X Æ A-Xii" to conform with California health codes.
Taylor Swift vows 'We will vote you out' after Trump tweets about shooting Minneapolis looters
May 29, 2020
After President Donald Trump called for shooting looters in Minneapolis, Taylor Swift called him out on Twitter.
Where to watch Bruce Springsteen and Dropkick Murphys' historic Fenway Park concert with no audience
May 29, 2020
Bruce Springsteen will join Dropkick Murphys remotely as the Celtic rockers play an empty Fenway Park on Friday for a historic concert.
For musicians and their fans, virtual events are the next best thing to being there
May 29, 2020
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, musicians can't tour to play gigs, the main revenue stream for most artists. Many connect with fans through online shows.
Coronavirus stay-at-home orders lead to a full bill of live-streamed concerts
May 29, 2020
After the coronavirus pandemic led to stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders, musicians responded by lining up live-streamed concerts and events.
'Little Big Shots' star Keedron Bryant's moving song after George Floyd's death: 'I just want to live'
May 29, 2020
12-year-old gospel singer Keedron Bryant, who appeared on NBC's "Little Big Shots," is singing what's in his heart after the death of George Floyd.
'Chromatica' review: Lady Gaga's euphoric dance-pop return is her best album in a decade
May 30, 2020
Paws up! Lady Gaga is back with her long-awaited sixth album "Chromatica," out Friday, which delivers on the dance-pop promise of her best-known hits.
Dolly Parton sings message of hope during the pandemic on new song 'When Life Is Good Again'
May 28, 2020
Dolly Parton is offering hope yet again during the coronavirus pandemic — this time, with a brand-new song.
5 essential Lady Gaga songs we have on repeat to celebrate release of 'Chromatica'
May 29, 2020
'Chromatica,' Lady Gaga's sixth studio album, will drop Friday. A third single from the album, 'Sour Candy,' was released Thursday.
Camila Cabello gets candid about her mental health struggles: 'I was embarrassed and ashamed'
May 28, 2020
Camila Cabello is getting candid about her struggles with mental health, writing about her obsessive-compulsive disorder symptoms and anxiety in WSJ.
Missing concerts? Watch these music movies from Beyonce, Springsteen and more
May 29, 2020
'Homecoming,' 'The Grateful Dead Movie' and 'Stop Making Sense' help bring the live music experience home
Eminem reveals dream collab while celebrating 20th anniversary of 'The Marshall Mathers LP'
May 27, 2020
The Detroit rapper continues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his blockbuster "Marshall Mathers LP," this time with a listening party and Q&A.
Jimmy Buffett talks releasing a new album during a pandemic and why he stopped drinking margaritas
May 29, 2020
Fins up, Parrotheads! Jimmy Buffett is back with new album "Life on the Flip Side" on Friday, his first in seven years. The singer talks to USA TODAY.
Pop-culture blind spots: Everything we're finally catching up on during coronavirus quarantine
June 01, 2020
Running out of new entertainment to binge? Here are the pop-culture blind spots USA TODAY's entertainment experts are filling in during quarantine.
He's 'a monster': 'On the Record' gives first-hand accounts of Russell Simmons rape claims
May 27, 2020
After Oprah Winfrey left the project on the eve of its Sundance premiere, sexual assault documentary "On the Record" comes to HBO Max Wednesday.
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