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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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Dave Grohl calls his broken leg a ‘blessing’

The Foo Fighters frontman insists the band has improved its performances since his infamous stage slip last month.

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WATCH: ‘Smells Like Teen … Shovel?’

The Nirvana classic like you've never heard it before.

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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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Do you want to smell like Ed Sheeran?

The "Thinking Out Loud" hitmaker is convinced the public thinks he smells like "sweat, shame and stale cigarettes."

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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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Keith Richards to release new solo album this fall

The Rolling Stones guitarist announced the release of "Crosseyed Heart," his third solo album.

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John Legend joins Sam Smith onstage

The soul singers joined forces for a very special duet.

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Grateful Dead set Soldier Field records

The band set a ticket sales record, then immediately broke it, then broke it again.

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Ed Sheeran lands role in ‘gruesome’ new show

The "Thinking Out Loud" hitmaker has landed a role in a top-secret TV pilot.

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Tears flow as Grateful Dead say farewell in Chicago

The four surviving members of the band ended their 50-year-run this weekend.

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Dave Grohl gets a giant throne for first gig back after breaking leg

The Foo Fighters frontman returned to the stage in epic style.

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Deadheads get nostalgic before final Grateful Dead shows

After the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia in 1995, the surviving four members say they will end The Grateful Dead's 50-year run this weekend.

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Rolling Stones planning career xhibition

The veteran band will display dozens of items from their past, including instruments, personal diaries, and audio and video tracks for the special project, titled "Exhibitionism."

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Sam Smith channels Elvis

The "Stay With Me" hitmaker celebrated getting his singing voice back after vocal cord surgery by posting a video of him crooning an Elvis classic.

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Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey aren’t fighting

The rockers' notoriously fiery friendship has never been better.

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The tapestry was commissioned by Art For Amnesty to thank Ono for donating royalties from covers of Lennon's solo songs to Amnesty International.

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Chevrolet the latest car to be ‘hacked’

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A researcher is advising drivers not to use a mobile app for OnStar vehicle communications system, saying hackers can exploit a security flaw in the product to unlock cars and start engines remotely.