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Pharrell facing $1M lawsuit over talk show

The "Happy" hitmaker is accused of pulling out of a contract to star in a web series.

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Dave Grohl credits Led Zeppelin for helping him heal leg

The Foo Fighters frontman is regaining the strength in his broken leg with a rigorous physiotherapy routine.

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Jackson family patriarch Joe Jackson suffers stroke

Michael Jackson's father has been hospitalized in Brazil.

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Bono launches sunglasses line to raise money for vision initiative

The U2 frontman is partnering with a charity to help provide better eye care to the poor.

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Seattle teen uncovers photos from Nirvana’s first gig

Maggie Poukkula, 19, found the 1987 photos in one of her father's books and she has thrilled fans of the band by sharing them via Twitter.

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Def Leppard doesn’t want to be introduced by Donald Trump

Def Leppard star Vivian Campbell is investigating reports his band will be introduced at the Iowa State Fair by the controversial 2016 presidential candidate.

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Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert divorce after 4 years

After years of tabloid gossip, country music's top couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce after four years of marriage.

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AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd arrested again: report

Phil Rudd, the drummer of Australian rock band AC/DC, has been arrested in New Zealand where he lives just 10 days after being sentenced to home detention, media reported on Sunday.

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Roxanne Cash among Nashville songwriters hall of fame inductees

Rosanne Cash, Mark James, Craig Wiseman and Even Stevens are set to be inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

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An artful new groove for vinyl

They aren't your father's vinyl records ... well, actually, they might be.

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How Live Aid changed the music world

This week marks the 30th anniversary of the day-long global concert that was broadcast around the world to raise money for humanitarian efforts in Africa.

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Deen Castronovo ordered to rehab

The Journey drummer blames drug addiction for his recent legal troubles.

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Never-before seen photos of The Beatles revealed

Magazine photographer Bob Gomel captured some of the earliest days of Beatlemania, and many of his photos were never shared with the public, until now.

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Library of Congress honors Willie Nelson

The country star will be recognized for his exploration of the genre and for redrawing the boundaries to cross into jazz, blues, and rock.

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Taylor Swift is laughing all the way to the bank

Taylor Swift has reached another amazing chart goal in America, becoming the first artist to sell five million albums in…

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AC/DC’s Rudd gets home detention for threatening to kill

The Australian-born drummer from the world-famous rock band pleaded guilty to charges of threatening to kill and possession of drugs.

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Remember that time the Rolling Stones got arrested in Arkansas?

The Hall of Fame rockers were arrested for reckless driving 40 years ago but for a young deputy prosecutor the case was one to remember.

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‘The Boss’ joins a Beach Boy onstage

East met West as the Jersey Shore musician jammed with California legend Brian Wilson.

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Billy Joel sets record at Madison Square Garden

The "Piano Man" is celebrating his 65th.

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State Prison Inmate Back In Custody

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A minimum-security state prison inmate who failed to return to the minimum-security unit on the grounds of the South Dakota State Penitentiary on July 17th is back in custody.

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Rural Areas To Be Included In Economic Development

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Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts says rural areas of the state won’t be left out of economic development plans.

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Wind Farm Facing Opposition

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A group called “We Care” is working to stop development of a large wind farm in Lincoln County in south east South Dakota.

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Utility Rates Going Up In South Dakota

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Most of the investor owned utilities in South Dakota have either raised electric rates, or have a case before the Public Utilities Commission seeking to do that.

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Iowa To Count Critters

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is preparing to launch an annual wildlife population survey.