BO DONALDSON & THE HEYWOODS: "Billy, Don't Be a Hero," from the Summer of '74. Workin' the Elvis jumpuit look.
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Geese, Cory Hanson and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Lloyd Cole, Martin Frawley, and more.
RICK ASTLEY, singing and drumming AC/DC at Glastonbury.
GWEN STEFANI reurns with "True Babe."
THE HAZMATS share "Skewed View."
BOB DYLAN covers the Grateful Dead's "Stella Blue."
LIZ PHAIR: Exile in Guyville at 30.
YOUR FAVORITE BAND IS REUNITING, for more than one reason.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Usher's last chart-topper, the clumsy dance-pop embarrassment "OMG."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: In a Summer upset, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse swings back atop the chart with 19.3MM and over 300MM total. Pixar's Elemental places with 18.5MM on a mere 39 percentdrop (albeit from one of the worst Pixar openings). The real story may be that The Flash shows with 15.3MM on a disastrous 72 percent drop from an almost equally disastrous debut. It barely edged out No Hard Feelings, which opened with 15.1MM. Elsewhere, Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City made 9MM, a record for the director.
SPIDER-VERSE's Artists Say Working on the Sequel Was ‘Death by a Thousand Paper Cuts.'
JON HAMM wed his “Mad Men” co-star Anna Osceola on Saturday at Anderson Canyon in Big Sur, Calif. — where they filmed the show's 2015 series finale.
VANNA WHITE wants a _ _ _ _ _.
THE BEST MOVIES of 2023 (So Far), according to Uproxx.
FREDERICK FORREST, the resilient character actor best remembered for his performance as the high-strung Chef Hicks in Apocalypse Now, has died. He was 86.
ADAM RICH died of an accidental Fentanyl overdose, his autopsy reveals.
GOAT, victory dancing.
A CAT, entertaning a cat.
TUCKING IN Your Horse.
FLOOF Like the Wind.