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Marcus Mumford reveals what inspired his new song: 'I was sexually abused as a child'
Ahead of his upcoming solo album, 'Self-Titled,' Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons delves into the meaning behind his new song, 'Cannibal.'
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Shawn Mendes says he's spending time with family, therapy in wake of tour cancelation
After canceling his world tour, Shawn Mendes says he's going to therapy sessions and spending more time with family and friends.
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Ozzy Osbourne reunites with Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi in surprise return to stage
Ozzy Osbourne's performance at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games marked his first live performance since having surgery in June.
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Darryl Hunt, bass player for the Pogues, dies at 75 in London
Pogues bassist Darryl Hunt dies. The group's blend of English and Irish sounds creates a politically charged, punk-oriented sound.
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'Bittersweet': Angela Yee is leaving 'Breakfast Club' for her own radio show
Angela Yee is leaving her morning gig on 'The Breakfast Club' to launch a midday show for IHeartMedia called 'Way Up With Angela Yee' this fall.
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Podcast: House music forever
House music is in the spotlight because of mega-artists like Beyoncé, Drake, and Bad Bunny. But the genre has been here before — we get into its history and enduring power.
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Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta were hopelessly devoted to each other for decades
Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta went together like rama-lama-lama-ka-dinga-da-dinga-dong. Here's a look back at their long friendship.
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7 great Lamont Dozier songs you may not already know by heart
Dozier, who died Monday at age 81, helped create some of the best-loved songs in music history. If you think you know all his classics, though, think again.
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Taylor Swift shoots down claims that she ripped off 3LW's song for 'Shake It Off'
3LW says Taylor Swift's song "Shake It Off" steals from their own "Playas Gon' Play." Swift said she had never heard of the group.
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Blackpink announces the largest world tour ever for a K-pop girl group
Shortly after releasing its sophomore studio album, "Born Pink," Blackpink will travel to the United States, London, Barcelona, Paris and beyond.
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An underappreciated singer, Olivia Newton-John breathed sensuality into the soft rock of the '70s
From country to disco, Newton-John sounded persuasive in a variety of settings, her voice providing a sultry undercurrent to her songs' gentle promises.
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