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Fifteen years after leaving Smashing Pumpkins, guitarist James Iha has rejoined the alternative rock icons to perform songs from the classic 1993 album "Siamese Dream."
 
Rap superstar Kanye West is showing his religious side by releasing a prayer in the form of a Gospel track to celebrate Easter.
 
Johnny Hallyday brings musical solace to grieving Brussels
French rocker Johnny Hallyday's decision to press ahead with his concert in Brussels on Saturday despite security concerns was met with a deafening roar of approval from fans seeking respite from a traumatic week.
 
Three world-renowned violinists -- Joshua Bell, Maxim Vengerov, and Gil Shaham -- will be performing in Taipei in the next few months, according to the Management of New Arts (MNA), which is promoting the shows.
 
David Baker, a prolific jazz composer and musician who founded the jazz studies program at Indiana University, died Saturday at age 84, the school said in a statement.
 
Salt-N-Pepa see little change for women
Salt-N-Pepa pioneered a role for women in hip-hop with a string of sultry dance-floor hits in the 1980s and '90s.
 
Meghan Trainor shifts style to Destiny's Child
When playing songs from her upcoming sophomore album for her record label, Meghan Trainor heard this word from L.A. Reid: "No."
 
Rolling Stones unleash rock and roll on massive Cuban crowd
The Rolling Stones unleashed two hours of shrieking, thundering rock and roll on an ecstatic crowd of hundreds of thousands of Cubans and foreign visitors Friday night, capping one of the most momentous weeks in modern Cuban history with a massive celebration of music that was once forbidden here.
 
In Japan, pastor rock vs. Buddhist monk blues
Most days, Lutheran pastor Kazuhiro Sekino preaches to his congregation in a soft voice with religious hymns playing in the background of a Tokyo church.
 
Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest dies at 45
Phife Dawg, a masterful lyricist whose witty wordplay was a linchpin of the groundbreaking hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest, died Tuesday from complications resulting from diabetes, his family said in a statement on Wednesday. He was 45.
 
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