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Indianapolis Colts owner says he bought Lennon pianoAn upright piano that John Lennon used to write Beatles' songs has been sold at auction. Just "A Day in the Life" of the owner of the Indianapolis Colts.
The Associated Press13 hours ago
FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2013 file photo, Dolly Parton speaks during a news conference in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.  Dolly Parton's Dollywood has welcomed a fluffy addition to the amusement park — an eaglet. Media outlets report the eaglet hatched Wednesday, April 17, 2019. A social media post by the park says "welcome to the world, little eaglet!" The Tennessee park says it's "so excited for this addition to the family." (Amy Smotherman Burgess/Knoxville News Sentinel via AP)
Eaglet welcomed as new addition at DollywoodDolly Parton's Dollywood has welcomed a fluffy addition to the amusement park _ an eaglet
The Associated Press18 hours ago
Funeral held for widow of 50s rocker Frankie LymonFuneral services have been held for the widow of '50s rock star Frankie Lymon
The Associated Press1 day ago
Ohio rapper Q-Money arrested in fatal shooting in GeorgiaAn Ohio rapper has been arrested in a fatal shooting in Georgia
The Associated Press1 day ago
This combination photo shows, from left, rapper-comedian Lil Dicky, singers Justin Bieber, Ariana grande and actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who participate on a new song and video aimed at bringing awareness to climate change and Earth Day, which is Monday. Dicky released the animated clip for the song “Earth” on Friday, where Bieber is a baboon and Grande is a zebra. The video, featuring 32 artists, also stars Ed Sheeran (koala), Miley Cyrus (elephant), Shawn Mendes (rhino), Katy Perry (pony) and Kevin Hart dressed as Kanye West. (AP Photo)
Bieber, Ariana Grande join Lil Dicky for Earth Day videoJustin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Leonardo DiCaprio have joined rapper-comedian Lil Dicky on a new song and video aimed at bringing awareness to climate change and Earth Day, which is Monday
The Associated Press1 day ago
New York Yankees players listen to "God Bless America" during the seventh-inning stretch of the team's baseball game against the Kansas City Royals, Thursday, April 18, 2019, in New York. The Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of the song while they investigate an allegation of racism against the singer. The New York Daily News reported there are conflicting claims about Smith's 1939 song "That's Why Darkies Were Born." The song originated in the 1931 Broadway review "George White's Scandals," and was considered satire. It was recorded by Smith and by Paul Robeson, who was black. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Flyers cover statue of singer Smith amid racism allegationsThe Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of 'God Bless America' during the seventh-inning stretch while they investigate an allegation of racism against the singer
The Associated Press1 day ago
Review: The Yawpers rock hard and soft on 'Human Question'Music Review: Denver trio The Yawpers are intense and dynamic on "Human Question," a rambunctious album tracing some of the many paths that rock 'n' roll takes though its deep foundations in the blues
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This April 1, 2019 file photo shows a double-neck guitar played by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin displayed at the exhibit "Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll," at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The exhibit, which showcases the instruments of rock and roll legends, runs until Oct. 1, 2019. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
Jimmy Page reflects on Led Zeppelin's legacy and its soundLed Zeppelin's Jimmy Page discusses the band's legacy, why its music has endured and prospects for another reunion concert.
The Associated Press1 day ago
Choreographer Melanie Hamrick poses with dancers at the gala of Youth America Grand Prix, the world’s largest ballet scholarship competition, on Thursday, April 18, after the U.S. premiere of her new ballet, “Porte Rouge” (Red Door), based on classic Rolling Stones tunes arranged by her partner, Mick Jagger. The Stones frontman, recovering from medical treatment, watched from backstage and addressed the audience briefly via microphone before the show. (AP Photo/Jocelyn Noveck)
Moves like Jagger: Mick's partner debuts Stones-themed danceA recovering Mick Jagger made an appearance _ sort of _ at the premiere of partner Melanie Hamrick's new ballet based on Rolling Stones songs
The Associated Press1 day ago
Review: Daniel Norgren rakes politely on trippy, bluesy setMusic Review: Daniel Norgren's devotion to American roots music is obvious on "Wooh Dang," but the Swede has put his own imprint on a deeply original work
The Associated Press1 day ago
FILE - In this Jan. 21, 2017 file photo, Madonna performs on stage during the Women's March rally in Washington.   Madonna and Colombian singer Maluma will bring their new collaboration to life when they perform at next month’s Billboard Music Awards.  NBC and dick clark productions announced Friday, April 19, 2019 that the duo will sing “Medellin” at the May 1 event in Las Vegas.  (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
Madonna and Maluma to perform new song at Billboard AwardsMadonna and Colombian singer Maluma will bring their new collaboration to life when they perform at next month's Billboard Music Awards
The Associated Press1 day ago
Kansas City Royals players listen to "God Bless America" during the seventh-inning stretch of the team's baseball game against the New York Yankees, Thursday, April 18, 2019, in New York. The Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of "God Bless America" while they investigate an allegation of racism against the singer. The New York Daily News reported there are conflicting claims about Smith's 1939 song "That's Why Darkies Were Born." The song originated in the 1931 Broadway review "George White's Scandals," and was considered satire. It was recorded by Smith and by Paul Robeson, who was black. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Yanks stop using Smith recording while investigating racismThe Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of 'God Bless America' during the seventh-inning stretch while they investigate an allegation of racism against the singer
The Associated Press2 days ago
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FILE - In this Dec. 2, 2015, file photo, Kim Foxx, then a candidate for Cook County state's attorney, speaks at a news conference in Chicago. Foxx, now the Cook County State's Attorney, says she hopes to begin expunging minor cannabis convictions in the coming months but acknowledges it won't be easy to implement her plan and that her office is still figuring out its scope. Foxx told the Chicago Sun-Times last week that she estimates that thousands of misdemeanor drug convictions could be wiped out. Foxx says her office is also reviewing its policy toward prosecuting those detained for selling marijuana. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)
Report: Avenatti met R. Kelly prosecutor Foxx at O'HarePhone texts suggest Chicago prosecutor Kim Foxx worked closely with attorney Michael Avenatti before she brought sexual abuse charges against singer R. Kelly, including by meeting Avenatti during a layover at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport
The Associated Press2 days ago
FILE - This March 29, 2019 file photo shows Inductee Stevie Nicks, center, posing with other members of Fleetwood Mac, from left, Mike Campbell, John McVie, Christine McVie and Mick Fleetwood at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in New York. Fleetwood Mac has announced rescheduled dates for its North America tour which were postponed earlier this month because singer Stevie Nicks had the flu. The Grammy-winning band is set to play Boston on Oct. 28 and Philadelphia on Nov. 3. Canadian dates include Quebec City on Oct. 30, Toronto and Nov. 1, Winnipeg of Nov. 7, Calgary on Nov. 10 and Edmonton on Nov. 30.  (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)
Fleetwood Mac announces rescheduled dates for tourFleetwood Mac has announced rescheduled dates for its North America tour that were postponed earlier this month because singer Stevie Nicks had the flu
The Associated Press2 days ago
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