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Common Bonds of 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

MUSIC | Apr 10
Artists representing punk rock to gangster rap will all be recognized by the music industry.

Jennifer Nettles Set Release Date of May 13 for 'Playing With Fire'

MUSIC | Apr 2
Grammy Award-winning Country superstar Jennifer Nettles announced her highly-anticipated second solo studio album Playing With Fire will be released May 13 on Big Machine Records.

Not Your Daddy's 'Son of A Preacher Man' :: Tom Goss on Reimaging the Dusty Springfield Classic

MUSIC | By Kilian Melloy | Mar 14
As interpreted anew by Tom Goss, the Dusty Springfield classic has a quality of immediacy and tenderness -- and it's about two boys. Goss chats with EDGE about celebrating love, protecting GLTB youth, and standing against prejudice.

Diplo Heads to Cuba to Help Thaw Relations Through Music

MUSIC | Mar 9
An estimated 400,000 fans turned out Sunday for a concert in Havana where Diplo and electronic music act Major Lazer performed.

Gay Rapper Andre Xcellence X-cersizes in Music Video For His New Song, "Werk Out"

MUSIC | Feb 3
EDM/Pop rapper Andre Xcellence launches the New Year with "Werk Out," his brand new over-the-top club banger that is guaranteed to party off the pounds.

Every Good Boy Does Fine :: A Chat with Jeremy Denk

MUSIC | By Joel Martens | Jan 9
To call Jeremy Denk a gifted pianist and musician, is to set unnecessary limitations.

Changing the Composition of Classical Music

MUSIC | Jan 1
Just four percent of classical American symphony musicians are black; but that's not for lack of talent.

Steve Grand :: An All-American Boy for Today

MUSIC | By Frank J. Avella | Dec 29
"Whatever way you identity yourself, whatever identity you want to create for yourself... it's yours for the creating. And nothing should keep you from being who you want to be." This and more from Steve Grand in the exclusive EDGE interview!

Out There :: Opera of Epic Proportions

MUSIC | By Roberto Friedman | Dec 26
San Francisco Opera will offer the world premiere of "Dream of the Red Chamber," an adaptation of the epic 18th-century Chinese novel, by composer/co-librettist Bright Sheng and co-librettist David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly).

Spotify Mulls 'Paid Only' Option for New Music Releases

PERSONAL TECH | By Ryan Nakashima | Dec 14
Music-streaming giant Spotify is toying with the idea of allowing musicians to reserve new releases for paying subscribers, although it balked at doing so for Coldplay's latest album, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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