Bruce Springsteen to Perform at Reopening of Historic Asbury Lanes

Bruce Springsteen will join Grammy-winning rock band Portugal. the Man next week in his hometown of Asbury Park, New Jersey for the reopening of concert venue Asbury Lanes. 

On Monday, June 18th, the event celebrates the multimillion-dollar renovation of Asbury's beloved shuttered bowling

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Governors Ball 2018: 20 Best Things We Saw

Each year thousands of New Yorkers touch down on Randall's Island for the annual Governors Ball – still, few festival goers come prepared for what's usually a wet fest. The torrential downpour on Sunday almost generated Woodstock '94 proportions of mud, but headliner Eminem powered through until the end. In spite of its all-male headliners, the festival paid some respect to a cultural shift in

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Earl Sweatshirt: Depression, Anxiety Prompted Tour Cancellation

After abruptly canceling a stretch of European tour dates, Earl Sweatshirt revealed he's been "battling anxiety and depression." The rapper nixed a handful of dates – including spots at Dublin, Ireland''s Forbidden Fruit Festival and Manchester, England's Parklife Festival – hours before his

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The 98 Best Songs of 1998: Pop’s Weirdest Year

The year 1998 had some great ideas our culture gave up on too soon: Internet cafes, travel agencies, Jennifer Love Hewitt's singing career. Plus questionable ideas, like Canadians rapping about Chickity China the Chinese Chicken. But most of all, it was a year full of music. Every genre was booming – rap, modern rock, electronica, R&B divas, Britpop poseurs, indie slop, trip-hop,

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Fans to Celebrate Prince’s 60th Birthday With Minnesota Festival

A group of Prince fans plan to celebrate the late icon's 60th birthday with a three-day gathering in Henderson, Minnesota, near where scenes from Purple Rain were filmed.

Minnesota resident Joel King, who served as a camera operator on Prince's Graffiti Bridge and several music videos, is

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