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Henry Rollins, Hannibal Buress Tapped for 9:30 Club Variety Show

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 10:39am

Henry Rollins and Hannibal Buress will contribute to a new variety show set at Washington D.C.'s famed 9:30 Club, scheduled to air on public television this spring. Live at 9:30 will kick off its 12-episode run this April, while the first three shows will boast musical performances from Garbage, Tove Lo, the Jesus and Mary Chain, the...

Zayn Malik at Number One: What 'Pillowtalk' Means for R&B

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 10:30am

In five years and five albums, from their birth on the The X Factor to their hiatus following Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, One Direction – the most popular and visible boy band of the post-Backstreet era – have never had a Number One single. This week, Zayn Malik, the...

Watch Amy Helm's Stirring Sam Cooke Cover 'Good News'

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 10:29am

During the making of her rootsy solo debut LP, Didn't It Rain — out now — Amy Helm faced the 2012 death of her father, the Band's legendary drummer Levon Helm. She was also enduring the end of her marriage, while welcoming the birth of her second child. Helm, who had been...

Kurt Cobain's Personal Archive: See Intimate Photos From New Exhibit

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 10:20am

In Cobain Unseen, Kurt Cobain biographer Charles R. Cross journeyed deep into the personal archive of the late Nirvana leader. Along with old photos of a young Cobain as well as his journal entries and scribbles, the book featured new photos of Cobain's personal belongings. For one day, photographer Geoff Moore entered the...

Slay Anything: Is Beyonce Beyond Criticism?

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 10:03am

Beyoncé's recent music video, "Formation," offered a stunning kaleidoscope of New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina imagery: Beyoncé lying atop a New Orleans police car as it sinks into an abandoned street flooded with water, she and her dance troupe shimmying in an empty pool, a child clad in a Mardi Gras...

Max Weinberg on 'River' Tour, What He Learned From Bruce Springsteen

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 9:25am

"The River is my summer record," Max Weinberg said between sips of a cocktail in a hotel bar in Pittsburgh — the drummer's reward after three hours onstage earlier in the evening at the Consol Energy Center, the night before Bruce Springsteen opened his 2016 tour with the E Street Band there...