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Led Zeppelin celebrates 40 years since ‘Physical Graffiti’

The band will reissue its sixth studio album next month, complete with unreleased versions of hit songs.

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The Biebs is going to be ‘roasted’

The "Baby" hitmaker will celebrate his 21st birthday by becoming the butt of all jokes.

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Grateful Dead plans farewell shows

The surviving members will play three concerts that they say will their last.

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Dolly Parton’s songs inspire new TV movie series

The country legend has landed a major new deal with executives at NBC.

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Stevie Wonder signs on for Underground Railroad project

The soul legend will write the score for a musical, and TV mini-series, titled "Freedom Run."

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Angela Bassett thrilled with Dionne Warwick’s response to ‘Whitney’

Members of Whitney Houston's family, including her mother and daughter, have blasted the project.

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John Legend, Idina Menzel to kick off Super Bowl

The stars will kick off the Super Bowl on Feb. 1.

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Michael Jackson salsa album set for release

The album will be Latin-inspired covers of some of the King of Pop's biggest hits.

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The Black Crowes have broken up

The southern rock band has split up after more two decades, lead guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson said.

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Fleetwood Mac tickets are a reseller’s dream

With average secondary ticket prices of over $305 the band top's the list of in-demand stars.

Taylor Swift performs in Times Square during New Year's Eve festivities in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)

Taylor Swift sitting pretty atop Billboard for 9th week

There is no knocking Swift from her perch at the top of the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 chart.

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Willie Nelson, Usher among stars performing at Stevie Wonder tribute

The Grammys are planning a two-hour TV special honoring the career of Stevie Wonder.

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Billy Joel, Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar among Bonnaroo lineup

The four-day Tennessee festival includes acts from all genres of music, from Slayer to Earth, Wind & Fire.

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Bonnaroo plans super-complicated lineup announcement tonight

This year it will take three hours, phone calls, and multiple social media platforms to figure out the lineup.

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Madonna, AC/DC, Ariana Grande to perform at Grammys

Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and country star Eric Church are also slated to perform.

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LISTEN: New Nirvana bootleg emerges

A previously unknown bootleg recording of a Nirvana concert has emerged on YouTube.

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Kurt Cobain documentary will feature new songs

The much-anticipated documentary includes previously unheard recordings by the Nirvana frontman.

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Katy Perry to be joined by Lenny Kravitz at Super Bowl halftime

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Lenny Kravitz will make a guest appearance during football's big night.

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Elvis Presley’s first record sells for $300K

A $4 recording session that started the career of the King has sold for a whopping $300,000.

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Iconic guitars of Les Paul, Chet Atkins up for auction

Instruments belonging to the legendary musicians will go on the auction block next month.

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