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    Madonna Sets Bar for Bitches With Tonight Show Performance (watch!)

    Madonna let all her pop wannabes know she’s still the “bitch” in the room with her rousing performance of her hit song “Bitch I’m Madonna” last night on the “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.” Diplo pitched in for the number. The Material Girl is still going strong at 56 with the release of her new album Rebel Heart. Madonna also performed her song “Holiday,” from her self-named 1983 debut album, with Fallon and The Roots using classroom instruments.... Read More...
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    Chris Brown Launches Comeback After Jail on Jimmy Fallon (see!)

    Chris Brown launched his musical comeback on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night after his career was sidelined by a stint in jail. He performed two songs from his upcoming album X, which could make or break his career. Brown, 25, has been dogged by troubles ever since his 2009 beatdown of then girlfriend Rihanna, for which he’s still serving probation. ... Read More...
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    OneRepublic Plays Latest Single ‘Love Runs Out’ on Tonight Show

    OneRepublic continues its strong run after ending its three year plus hiatus last year. The band appeared last night on the “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and played their latest single “Love Runs Out.” The song is a follow-up to their monster hit, “Counting Stars,” off their 2013 album Native. The album proved the band has staying power. It was released in March a year ago ending their hiatus. It became their most successful set to date.... Read More...
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    Beach Boys Still Surfing Sounds After Half Century (watch!)

    Brothers Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson joined with cousin Mike Love and a classmate Al Jardine a half a century ago to create the Beach Boys and popularized what was then known as the California surf sound. The group has endured its ups and downs since then, including the death of Dennis in 1983 and Carl from brain cancer in 1998, but proved it’s still relevant last night in concert at New York’s Beacon Theater.... Read More...