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David Crosby, Remembered by Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires: ‘He Was Proud of the Person That He Had Become in His Old Age’

David Crosby died Jan. 18 at age 81, while in the midst of planning a new album and tour. Two of the many younger musicians he sang with and championed toward...

‘It’s Only Life After All’ Review: Indigo Girls’ Legacy of Pride Explored in Sundance-Premiering Music Doc

The Indigo Girls make a far more intriguing subject for a music doc than most who’ve gotten the treatment in recent years, and director Alexandria Bombach doesn’t blow that promise with...

Zach Bryan Announces Spring/Summer Tour, Bypassing Ticketmaster, as Vowed

Zach Bryan, 2022’s breakout country star, has made good on his strongly stated vow to avoid Ticketmaster for his next tour, as he announced a spring/summer 2023 tour that will use...

‘Anti-Hero’ Becomes Taylor Swift’s Longest-Running No. 1 Single, With Eight Weeks on Top

“Anti-Hero” has officially become Taylor Swift’s biggest single to date by at least one metric: It’s topped the Billboard Hot 100 now for eight non-consecutive weeks. That’s one more than the...

Jack White Turns In One of 2023’s Most Epic Shows — No, It’s Not Too Early to Say — at L.A.’s Belasco: Concert Review

“What’s the trick,” Jack White asks, in one of his most-played recent songs, “in making my love stick?” That’s a good rhetorical question, to which anyone who’s seen him in concert...

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy on Writing ‘New Body Rhumba’ for the Dance-Happy ‘White Noise’ Climax: ‘It’s About the Beauty of Moments’

LCD Soundsystem is playing at your house — at least, they are, were or will be if you’re queuing up “White Noise,” which is showing up on Netflix after an awards-qualifying...

A&M Records’ Jerry Moss Feted by Dionne Warwick, Peter Frampton, Amy Grant and More at Music Center Tribute

Former record industry mogul Jerry Moss — the “M” in A&M Records, the label that he and Herb Alpert started in the early 1960s — got a partial payback for all...

An Appreciation of Jeff Beck, by Living Colour’s Vernon Reid: ‘He Went Forward in a Way That Would Frighten Normal People’

Few fellow guitar heroes were more visibly affected by news of Jeff Beck’s Jan. 10 death, at age 78, than Living Colour’s Vernon Reid, whose first social response consisted of profanity...

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