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Hear Aretha Franklin’s Roaring Cover Of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep”

Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” may be a popular karaoke track, but given her vocal range and sound, very few people have the ability to replicate her. One individual that can do this is Aretha Franklin, and does she ever.


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Ten Clean Songs To Sing In The Shower [Playlist]

Singing in the shower, we all do it. What is it about taking a shower that makes us belt out into song? It could be the relaxation of the steam and hot water, or maybe […]


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See Jack White’s New ‘Lazaretto’ Video

Lots of cool stuff to look at here.  You have a race car spinning donuts, Jack White smashing through glass in stunning black & white, a pissed off bull thrashing around (also smashing through glass)…  […]


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Jack White Apologizes to The Black Keys, Adele, Meg White With Open Letter

After garnering publicity for comments he made in his recent Rolling Stone cover story, Jack White took to his own website to offer what he titled “An Apology and an Explanation from Jack White.”


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How Our Favorite Singers’ Vocal Ranges Compare

The website Concert Hotels dot com has compiled a list of pop, rock, country and R&B singers and measured their recorded vocal ranges. The site lists the songs for which both male and female singers […]


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Did Adele Just Announce Her New Album ’25’ On Twitter?

It was just Adele’s birthday and she turned 26. But in a single tweet, the singer has started the internet’s gears grinding for a 25 album.



10 Women Who Should Headline Coachella In 2015

Coachella’s got a woman problem. We got the answer.



Wishin’ & Hopin’ For A Dusty Springfield Biopic

My love of Dusty Springfield’s voice goes back before her first hit single. There was an English folk group, The Springfields, who had a hit in 1962 with a cover of Silver Threads & Golden […]


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String Theory Explained In “Bohemian Rhapsody” [Video]

What do you get when you mix theoretical physics, prog rock, and a childhood love of Bill Nye the Science Guy? “Bohemian Gravity” by A Capella Science — McGill University grad student Tim Blais’ smash YouTube hit. Even Queen’s Brian May (who is also an astrophysicist) gives the thumbs up to Blais’ version of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” in which he explains string theory in eight minutes. It’s a beauty. Show the kids.


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Adele Takes Home Best Song Oscar For Bond

Adele is now an Oscar winner. The singer took home the prize for Best Song with her Bond theme “Skyfall.” Adele thanked producer Barbra Broccoli, the daughter of original James Bond producer Albert R. “Cubby” […]




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