Huey Lewis & The News just released their first album of original music in almost 20 years. But Weather also might be the last for the band's frontman, whose hearing collapsed two years ago.
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50 years after Harry Nilsson's concept album about a round-headed boy from a land of pointy heads, his son Kiefo and actor Mike Lookinland talk about a new release of the animated film from 1971.
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In a superseding indictment filed Thursday, federal prosecutors allege that beginning in about 1997, the R&B singer sexually abused another minor, who was about 14 years old at the time.
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In court filings made public Thursday, Universal Music Group disclosed specifics about recordings lost or damaged in a 2008 vault fire.
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Shabalala, who died Feb. 11, fronted of the South African a capella group. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1991 about collaborating with Paul Simon on Graceland and growing up on a farm.
The two Latin pop stars collaborated on a Valentine's Day video.
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For next month's Sense Of Place, we go from Charlottesville to Richmond. Today we explore both cities with WNRN's managing producer, music writer and host Desiré Moses.
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Backed by a small string section, Stevenson performed three songs that sounded so gorgeous, an actual marriage proposal broke out shortly after her set ended.
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"No Time to Die," the theme to the first new Bond film since 2015, trades on the moody melancholy of the newly minted Grammy winner.
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Dizzying bilingual couplets coalesce with a shoegazey challenge of toxic machismo on this week's Alt.Latino playlist.
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The Tulsa, Okla.,-based singer-songwriter has a reputation for writing superb sad songs, but his new record shows a wider range of emotions, with novelistic details in the lyrics.
The Hackensaw Boys have been performing together for nearly 20 years. The veteran act has a knack for storytelling, and many of its songs are about the band's hometown.
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Stephen Kellogg returns to Mountain Stage to share songs from his latest solo album, Objects In The Mirror.
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This Slingshot exploration of the Kansas City music scene features a mini-documentary series about romantically-involved musical duos, just in time for Valentine's Day.
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For "One-Hit Wonders/Second-Best Songs," veteran music writer Maura Johnston recommends "The Sweetest Girl" by the band Scritti Politti. They're known mostly for their 1985 hit "Perfect Way."
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Waffles, friends and Tiny Desk concerts. What more could you want on Leslie Knope's favorite holiday?
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Kevin Parker's fourth album as the leader of Australian rock band Tame Impala comes after a five-year gap. It's music that comes wrapped in its own bubble, far from the cascading miseries on the news.
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A few years ago, a new Mardi Gras krewe sprung up with the aim of celebrating the Haitian roots that run deep through the city's cultural identity. It was co-founded by two members of Arcade Fire.
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The Tiny Desk Contest is accepting entries through March 30. Anaís Azul submitted the first 2020 Contest entry: a bilingual ballad that celebrates showing up for all parts of oneself.
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Phil Elverum shares his open wounds — of death, love and the loss of love — in close harmonies, accompanied only by electric and nylon-string guitars.
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