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Lady Gaga hits stage for invite-only show for Democrat Party delegates
Lady Gaga hit the stage at an invitation-only concert Thursday for delegates to the Democratic National Convention, covering classic songs from Woody Guthrie, Neil Young, the Beatles and others.
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Pink Floyd will put out previously unreleased tracks as part of a giant box set that explores the experimental rock legends' foundations, the band's label said Thursday.
 
Birdy flies to Taipei
British singer Birdy greets fans with a big smile upon landing at Taipei's Songshan Airport Friday, July 29. Birdy, who flew to Taiwan from Shanghai, gave a concert in Taipei later in the evening.
 
Beyonce leads MTV Video Music Award nods
Beyonce on Tuesday led nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards as she basked in acclaim for her intertwined film-album "Lemonade."
 
Metallica, Rihanna to headline anti-poverty concert
Heavy metal greats Metallica and pop superstar Rihanna will headline the latest Global Citizen Festival, which will mobilize fans to fight the world's most extreme poverty.
 
LCD Soundsystem, the electronic group who became critical favorites in the 2000s before briefly bowing out, embraced their hometown identity as they returned to the big stage in New York.
 
British rock band Queen is set to hold its first-ever concert in Taiwan in September.
 
In charged times, Lamar subversive in subtlety
Kendrick Lamar wrote the unofficial anthem of the Black Lives Matter movement yet, in charged times, the rap star found he could be mellow while staying salient.
 
High Times: Lil Wayne cut short concert at California event
High Times says it is "awaiting an explanation" from Lil Wayne's representatives after the rapper's performance at its Cannabis Cup event in Southern California.
 
Great Scots!
Scottish rock band Travis pose for a photo in front of the press after arriving at Taipei Songshan Airport (松山機場), Monday, July 25. The band members, from left to right, are Andy Dunlop, Fran Healy, Dougie Payne and Neil Primrose. They have arrived in Taiwan for their live concert scheduled for July 26, starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Taipei International Convention Center (台北國際會議中心).
 
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