JAY & THE AMERICANS "Come a Little Bit Closer" onThursday.
RICHARD THOMPSON streams the score for a new WWII documentary, Erik Nelson's The Cold Blue.
COVEY streams Some Cats Live, Some Cats Die.
CAGE THE ELEPHANT visits World Cafe.
DUNGEN and PEAKING LIGHTS share tracks from a surf documentary.
GIRLPOOL shares a video for "Minute In Your Mind."
ARETHA FRANKLIN: Two handwritten wills were discovered in the late legend's cabinet and couch cushions. Yes, really.
THE NATIONAL Carin Besser talks to The Creative Independent about co-writing songs with her husband, Matt Berninger.
NAT TURNER BEBELLION's album -- lost for 50 years -- was recently unearthed.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Bo Donaldson And The Heywoods' war story of molten cheese, "Billy, Don't Be A Hero."
STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER gets an "ultimate preview" from Vanity Fair more than six months before its release, if you wondered whether the House of Mouse is scared that The Last Jedi mucked up the entire franchise.
GAME OF THRONES: HBO programming president Casey Bloys talks to Deadline about the polarizing finale, the status of prospective prequels, and why it’s likely not even Arya Stark can make a spinoff happen right now.
NATALIE PORTMAN denies having dated Moby,:"[M]y recollection is a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school.”
ZOE KRAVITZ and Karl Glusman are secretly spouses. Also, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh join the cast.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: The early reviews are quite good.
CHRISTOPHER NOLAN's next movie has a tile and genre.
MARIANNE & LEONARD; WORDS OF LOVE has a trailer online.
A GOOD BOY makes the putt.
RATS Are Taking Over New York City.
A GREAT WHITE SHARK heads to the Hamptons just in time for Memorial Day.