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She & Him, the folk duo of Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward, unveiled a new song with two versions, "She Gives Her Love to Me" and "He Gives His Love to Me," for MGM Resorts' expanding Universal Love project.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: She & Him Unveil His, Hers Love Songs for 'Universal Love' Comp
Janelle Monáe unveiled the track list for her upcoming album, Dirty Computer, which will feature Brian Wilson and Pharrell. The record is set to arrive April 27th via Wondaland Records/Epic/Sony.
Wilson is set to appear on Dirty Computer's opening title track, while Pharrell will guest
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Janelle Monae Taps Brian Wilson, Pharrell for 'Dirty Computer'
Is it possible to have too much of a good Marvel thing? Avengers: Infinity War tests that theory to the max. Don't get me wrong: This movie is an epic event, built to celebrate the end of a decade in which the Marvel Cinematic Universe produced 19 films. One problem is that No. 18, Black Panther, casts a long shadow – it's arguably the best in the series, an unqualified triumph
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 'Avengers: Infinity War' Review: All-Star Marvel Team-Up Is Superhero Pile-Up
Ten years ago, Lindsey Ward was an aspiring filmmaker looking for his first job, when a local cannabis dispensary owner near his home in San Diego asked for his help making a film. Astounded by the wide variety of patients coming into his dispensary and lauding the benefits and relief using marijuana gave them,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 'The Truth About Cannabis': Inside New Pro-Pot Web Doc
Cole Swindell lays out part two of a bittersweet romantic saga in his new video for "Somebody's Been Drinkin'," the second track released from his upcoming third studio album.
Extending the story Swindell began with the conflicted video to his current single, "Break Up in the End," the new clip features the same actress and even a few flashback scenes, following a series of boozy,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Cole Swindell's 'Break Up' Sequel in 'Somebody's Been Drinkin'' Video
The Hunt & Fish Club in Midtown Manhattan looks nothing like it sounds. There are no deer heads on the wall, no trout trophies, no pheasants taxidermied to appear as if in mid-flight. Most of the surfaces are mirrored, and the ones that aren’t are made of marble. It looks like the basement ballroom of a two-star Vegas hotel, the site of the Long Island bar mitzvah you could never afford to
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: An Evening at Anthony Scaramucci's Steakhouse
There is a lot to question about the wild theories raised on Paramount Network's new true crime series, It Was Him: The Many Murders of Ed Edwards, but let's get one thing straight – the sincerity of the man behind them, John A. Cameron, isn't one of them.
For the last eight years,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Inside One Man's Serial-Killer Unification Theory
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Spotify, despite the critics, is doubling down on its commitment to free music. In its first major move since going public earlier this month, the music-streaming company Tuesday unveiled a new version of its mobile app that unlocks certain premium features for free
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Spotify Is Giving Away Even More Music for Free
On "Kevin's Heart," J. Cole alludes to
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Shawn Mendes endures literal and figurative storms in the new video for his anguished new single,"In My Blood." The track marks the first single off the singer's forthcoming third album.
The Jay Martin-directed clip is centered around a single shot of
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Shawn Mendes Braves Storm in Aching New 'In My Blood' Video
Now in its twentieth year, Wade Bowen's annual Bowen MusicFest is receiving a serious upgrade this summer, with a new location and an expanded, genre-jumping lineup.
This year's festival moves to Touchdown Alley, an outdoor area next to Baylor University's mammoth McClane Stadium in Waco, Texas. A Waco native whose songwriting blurs the lines between Red Dirt roots music, blues, Texas
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Wade Bowen Recruits Randy Rogers, Midland for 2018 MusicFest
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The Last Word: Spinal Tap's Derek Smalls on Avoiding Impotence and What Napoleon Taught Him
One afternoon last December, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, was holding court at the lectern in the Brady Room, when a reporter raised a provocative question: Does President Trump understand the difference between Russian propaganda – the real "fake news" – and the American press? Sanders’ response elicited groans from the press corps, whom she charged were
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Sinclair Broadcasting's Hostile Takeover
Eric B. and Rakim – architects of some the funkiest, smoothest, slick-talkingest records of rap's Golden Era – are currently on their first tour since the duo parted ways in 1992. The impact of their 1987 debut LP, Paid in Full – one of Rolling Stone's
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Eric B. & Rakim Talk Reunion, the Birth of Cool and Being the Greatest
When we meet for lunch at East Nashville's Butcher & Bee on a damp Tuesday afternoon, Joshua Hedley is wearing a camouflage trucker cap that reads "Elizabeth Cook for Sheriff." This is noteworthy, because seated directly behind Hedley, at a table with her manager, happens to be the Americana singer-songwriter herself. It's an idiosyncratic Music City moment and the two exchange hellos and
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why Joshua Hedley Is Country Music's New King of Broken Hearts
When NYC singer-model Bebe Buell moved south to Nashville five years ago, she brought a blast of rock & roll swagger to the still mainly country-music capital – as well as some of the best rock tales ever told, all of them witnessed firsthand by a woman who calls herself a "female Forrest Gump with a high IQ." But while Buell may be best known for her modeling days, including a 1974
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Bebe Buell Talks Carrying Steven Tyler Home and Her Secret Bet With Hugh Hefner