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Robert Plant Takes Zeppelin Songs to New Places
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Oscar-Winning Composer Marvin Hamlisch Dies at 68
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The Civil Wars Release New Album Despite Hiatus
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Carrie Underwood Gets Political Online
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Johnny Cash's 80th Birthday, Legacy Celebrated
Johnny Cash is still cool.
Heavy New QOTSA Album Looks at Life After Death
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1st Female Country Superstar Kitty Wells Dies
Without Kitty Wells, there might be no Taylor Swift. Or Miranda Lambert. Or Loretta Lynn.
Toby Keith Says Oklahoma Hometown is 'Resilient'
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Love, Family, Drugs: Gregg Allman Tells All
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Stars Willing to Risk Opinions on Gaza Clash
Social media is intensifying how we wrestle with sensitive global issues and stars are openly discussing the conflict online.
Founding Member of The Doors Dies at 74
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Soldier Accused of Giving Out Bomb-Making Instructions, Talking About Attacks
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For Air Force Drone Operators, Connection with Unmanned Aircraft Runs Deep
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