The Beatles performed their final U.S. show at the venue in 1966
Sir Paul McCartney is in top secret talks to perform the final show at San Francisco's Candlestick Park before the wrecking ball demolishes the sports mecca, according to reports.
Singer says she didn't know the setting would 'trigger such collective outrage'
Singer/songwriter Ani Difranco has scrapped a planned artist retreat initiative on a former Louisiana slave plantation following an outcry from fans.
Artists prompt more than five million illegal downloads each
Singer hints at reformation of '90s rockers in new photo
By Stacey Anderson
Pop star's 48.5 million followers give her a social-media boost over Lady Gaga, Rihanna and more
By Mike Ayers
Katy Perry has yet another victory to roar about these days. According to stats provided by Twitter, she's the reigning champ of of the 140-character social-media service, attracting over 1.5 million followers per month this past year to reach nearly 48.5 million total followers. That places her well above her pop peers Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Britney Spears and Rihanna. Only Bieber came close to her numbers — he's sitting at 47.7 million Beliebers strong.
Beatles drummer will play 'flamboyant mathematician' Fibonacci Sequins
By Ryan Reed
"The Powerpuff Girls" will return to airwaves for a one-night special next month, and they're getting a little help from a famous friend, Mr. Ringo Starr. According to Time, the former Beatle will voice a "flamboyant mathematician" named Fibonacci Sequins and contribute an original tune, "I Wish I Was A Powerpuff Girl," along with a music video. The special, titled "Dance Pantsed," will air January 20th at 7:30 p.m. EST on Cartoon Network.
Rapper joins cadre of musicians pulling double-duty on the show
By Miriam Coleman
Drake is set to take the helm when "Saturday Night Live" returns for its first fresh episode of the new year. The rapper will pull double-duty as both host and musical guest on January 18th, 2014, the show announced during its broadcast Saturday night.
The six-track download is now available on their website
By Kory Grow
Fun. posted a six-song live EP, "Before Shane Went to Bangkok: fun. Live in the USA," today on their website. The digital EP contains tracks recorded on the trio's Most Nights tour and contains songs from their 2009 debut album "Aim and Ignite" and 2012 breakthrough LP "Some Nights," as well as the previously unreleased track "What the F--k." The group also posted a preorder for the limited-edition vinyl pressing of the release, which they're planning on releasing in March; this version of the release comes with photographs by Daniel Silbert taken on the Most Nights tour.
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