DAVID BOWIE: "Modern Love." from the Summer of 1983.
THE O'JAYS visit the World Cafe.
ECHO IN THE CANYON: Jakob Dylan, Cat Power and Jade Castrinos perform material from a new music documentary and concert film on the Laurel Canyon music scene.
TYLER CHILDERS plays a Tiny Desk Concert.
THE CURE plays Disintegration's B-sides live for the first time.
FRANZ FEDINAND debuts "Black Tuesday."
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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN confirms he will tour with the E Street Band in 2020.
THE MEKONS' Sally Timms tells Twangville about the band's unusual habits. (Thx, LHB.)
MICK JAGGER & KEITH RICHARDS signed over all their publishing rights for "Bitter Sweet Symphony" to The Verve.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at George McCrae's "Rock Your Baby," maybe the first disco hit that knows it's a disco hit -- and John Denver's pastoral love hymn "Annie's Song."
CHRIS HEMSWORTH talks about life after Thor Lebowski.
KIT HARRINGTON secretly checked into luxury rehab for stress and alcohol use ahead of the Game of Thrones finale.
SPICE GIRLS fans call for refunds as sound issues blight their comeback tour.
ROB LOWE has PTSD from Prince William‘s hair loss.
SONGLAND: It's The Voice, but for songwriters.
THE 25 BEST FX SHOWS, according to Decider.
THE 25 BEST HIGH SCHOOL MOVIES, according to The Ringer.
A 1-YEAR-OLD MONKEY reunites with the vets who treated him for pneumonia after poachers killed his family.
PLAYER TWO has entered the game.
IS THAT THOUSANDS OF LEECHES in your airplane carry-on bag?