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Portuguese crooner wins Eurovision Song Contest
Portugal won the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time ever early Sunday with a melancholy ballad performed by a singer who suffers from a serious heart condition.
 
Brandy, Tyrese perform at Mother's Day music festival
Platinum-selling R&B singers Tyrese, Brandy, Anthony Hamilton and Kem celebrated Mother's Day two days early at a concert in front of feverish fans in Brooklyn.
 
Music Review: Harry Styles looks to past icons on solo debut
Harry Styles, "Harry Styles" (Columbia)
 
Kiev goes ape for Eurovision as Russians fume over ban
With a dancing "gorilla" as the red-hot favorite and flamboyant fashion throughout, the kitsch Eurovision Song Contest climaxes Saturday following a simmering political feud between Russia and Ukraine.
 
'Saigon's' rapidly vanishing colonial architecture
They formed the charming backdrop to Graham Greene's sin-filled Saigon in "The Quiet American," but the colonial-era buildings of Vietnam's biggest city are fast disappearing -- sparking fears it is losing its unique charm.
 
Fifty years of Pink Floyd on display in London
From guitars to sketches for iconic album artwork, an immersive Pink Floyd retrospective at London's Victoria and Albert Museum traces the half-century career of the famous British band.
 
Snoop Dogg wants to create a music festival
Rapper Snoop Dogg says he wants to create a music festival in his father's hometown so he can perform in Mississippi.
 
Irma Thomas has wowed Jazz Fest for last 4 decades
New Orleans' soul queen, Irma Thomas, hasn't missed a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival since 1974.
 
Musician collapses during concert finale and dies
When Col. Bruce Hampton slowly fell to his knees during the finale of his star-studded birthday concert, fans and musicians alike thought it was another one of his quirky performance acts.
 
Eminem lawsuit against NZ political party begins
They may not have lost themselves in the music or the moment but a judge and nine lawyers in a New Zealand courtroom did listen politely to Eminem's "Lose Yourself" as a copyright trial involving the country's ruling political party began Monday.
 
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