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A scheduled performance in the southeastern Chinese city of Guangzhou by a Taiwanese children's choir has been canceled, after the choir sang the national anthem of the Republic of China at the inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen on May 20.
 
Copyright trial over 'Stairway to Heaven' rolls on
The opening to Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," one of rock 'n' roll's best-known ballads, was played for jurors Tuesday in a case brought by the estate of a dead musician that claims it was stolen by the men credited with creating it.
 
Rapper Lil Wayne hospitalized after 2 seizures on plane
Lil Wayne is in stable condition in Omaha after suffering what his publicist described Tuesday as two minor seizures.
 
Amid tragedy, Ringo Starr wants to spread more peace, love
Ringo Starr, who spreads a message of peace and love every year on his birthday in July, said he wants that message to hit home even harder this year in the wake of Sunday's Orlando shooting.
 
Singer Dee Dee Bridgewater among 2017 NEA Jazz Masters
Singer Dee Dee Bridgewater says she's proud to be among the few women to be awarded the nation's highest jazz honor.
 
Freddy Lim, a legislator and lead vocalist of the Taiwanese death-metal band Chthonic, received a Global Metal Award at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods awards in London Monday, Lim's office said in Taipei Tuesday.
 
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant will appear in court on Tuesday to defend "Stairway to Heaven," one of the most recognizable songs in rock history, from accusations of plagiarism.
 
'Voice' singer dies after shooting
A gunman opened fire at a Florida concert venue as a onetime star of "The Voice" signed autographs for fans after a show, killing the performer before fatally shooting himself, officials said Saturday.
 
Earle, Colvin collaborate on duets album
The idea that they would someday record a duets album seemed inconceivable to Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle when they met in 1987, sharing a bill at a club in western Massachusetts.
 
To many of his patients he was the savior who rescued them from the misery of unbearable pain, but to others he was an amoral drug dealer who played fast and loose with people's lives.
 
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