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Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis: How Janet Jackson Made Her Greatest Hits

35 years ago, Janet Jackson broke out as a superstar with her third album, Control, which marked the start of a decades-long collaboration with Minneapolis producers and songwriters Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. As former members of the Time, Jam and Lewis were the bridge between the Jackson family and …

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Springsteen Recalls Early Guitar Memories in New Clip From Podcast With Obama

Bruce Springsteen recalls the odd jobs he worked to pay for his first guitar and other musical memories in a new snippet from the next episode of his Spotify podcast series with Barack Obama, Renegades: Born in the USA. In the snippet, Springsteen tells Obama he knew he wanted to …

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Lady Gaga’s Dog Walker Expected to Make ‘Full Recovery’ After Shooting

The family of Ryan Fischer, Lady Gaga’s dog walker who was shot earlier this week in Los Angeles, issued a statement saying they expect Fischer to make a full recovery. “Thankfully, Ryan is receiving extraordinary care in the hospital right now and his doctors expect him to make a full …

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Brandy Clark Recruits Lindsey Buckingham for Updated ‘The Past Is the Past’

Brandy Clark has recruited Lindsey Buckingham for an updated take on the country singer’s “The Past Is the Past,” off the upcoming deluxe edition of her 2020 LP Your Life Is a Record. Buckingham both produces and plays guitar on the new version of the track. “A few years ago, …

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Elle King and Miranda Lambert Duet on ‘Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)’

Elle King and Miranda Lambert have teamed up for the exhilarating new duet “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home),” which marks the former tourmates’ second recorded collaboration after the CMA-winning cover of “Fooled Around and Fell in Love.” King wrote the uptempo “Drunk” with Martin Johnson (who also produced …

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Maren Morris on Sheryl Crow’s Nineties Inspiration

As part of Rolling Stone‘s Icons & Influences series, Maren Morris discussed what Sheryl Crow meant to her as a budding musician in the late Nineties. “I would just gush over her album inserts, and see who played on what song, did she write these songs with the same people …

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Song You Need to Know: Jay Som and Palehound Join Forces as Bachelor on ‘Anything at All’

There are few greater joys in music fandom than an unexpected and perfect collaboration. Bachelor, the new project from Jay Som and Palehound, provide just that with their debut, “Anything at All.” The pair made the track early last year, during what was then expected to be a brief respite …

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Rock ‘N’ Relief Live Stream: Foo Fighters, Deadmau5, Sheryl Crow to Lead Benefit

Foo Fighters, Sheryl Crow, Deadmau5, Carly Simon, and Sammy Hagar are among the artists who will perform during Linda Perry’s Rock ‘N’ Relief Live Stream Concert Series. Funds raised from the event will benefit CORE’s mobile Covid-19 vaccination program, which brings access to the vaccine directly to communities who need …

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Vintage Fleetwood Mac Resurfaces with Revival of Blue Horizon Label

Last week, Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie walked back comments to the BBC that the band might tour again, but without Stevie Nicks or John McVie. As she told Rolling Stone, it was a “cheeky answer” to a question about the band’s future and not necessarily true. But for anyone who’s …

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Lady Gaga’s Dog Walker Shot, Two of Her French Bulldogs Stolen

Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot and her two French bulldogs, Gustav and Koji, were stolen on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. Rolling Stone has confirmed that Gaga is offering a half-million-dollar reward to anyone who can help her retrieve her two dogs; any information should be sent to the …

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