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<b>Novak Djokovic</b> is a whiz on the court, being a tennis star and all.<p>But he's also got some serious skills in the bedroom!<p>Yup, his fiancee <b>Jelena Ristic</b> …

Sinead O'Connor Is Found Safe After Threatening Suicide in Alarming Facebook Post

Sinead O’Connor has been located safely in Dublin after posting a suicidal note on Facebook Sunday, PEOPLE confirms.<p>“I have taken an overdose,” …

Charlie Sheen confirms he is HIV positive

<b>Hollywood star Charlie Sheen has confirmed he is living with HIV in a US television interview.</b><p>"I am here to admit that I am HIV positive," he said.<p>The former star of sitcom Two And A Half Men appeared on NBC's Today show, ending days of intense media speculation.<p>Sheen revealed to Matt Lauer he had …

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Drew University Revokes Bill Cosby's Honorary Degree

Drew University has joined the ranks of colleges separating themselves from Bill Cosby, revoking an honorary degree bestowed upon the comedian in …

Keith Richards and Justin Bieber remember Thomas Ayad who died in Paris attacks

Mercury Records’ international product manager Thomas Ayad was among the victims killed in Friday’s Paris attacks, and throughout his career he …

Charlie Sheen Reveals He Was Diagnosed with HIV 4 Years Ago and Says He Was Extorted for $10 Million

Charlie Sheen is living with HIV, he revealed Tuesday morning.<p>The actor went public with his health battle in a bombshell interview with the <i>Today</i> …

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Is Band Aid 30 in poor taste?

Thirty years after Do They Know It’s Christmas was released, Greg Kot takes a look at the problematic history of the charity record.<p>It’s the holiday season, and you know what that means: pop stars are gathering in the name of a worthy cause. Could there be anything more noble than the notion of …

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Altamont at 45: The most dangerous rock concert

The Altamont concert, with its notorious murder caught on film, occurred 45 years ago. Many consider it to be the end of the ‘60s, Owen Gleiberman writes.<p>Forty-five years ago, on 6 December 1969, a free rock concert headlined by The Rolling Stones at the Altamont Speedway outside San Francisco …

Mick Taylor to Slash: Rock’s irreplaceable guitarists?

Forty years ago Mick Taylor left The Rolling Stones at their peak. He’s just one of a select few guitarists who truly made classic bands, Greg Kot argues.<p>Mick Taylor did something rare and unexpected 40 years ago this week. On 12 December 1974, he walked away from The Rolling Stones. A select few …

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What’s the ultimate band?

We crunched the numbers and used historical data to pit classic groups against each other. Who is the greatest? Let the debate begin.<p>Everyone has a favourite band – but what makes one better than the other? And is it possible to decide on an overall winner?<p>Using information from album sales to …

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Why Beyoncé speaks for a generation

Beyoncé is the most powerful pop star in the music business – and her following among young people is almost cult-like, writes university student Henry Knight.<p>“The woman that every woman aspires to be.” That’s how one of my university peers describes Beyoncé. And she speaks for many. Few musicians …

Madonna: Material girl

A master of reinvention, Madonna challenges conventions with her changing look. Katya Foreman looks at the many styles of the queen of pop.<p>Scrapes with capes aside, Madonna – the long-reigning queen of reinvention and image-driven pop – has a well-documented history of stealing the limelight, as …

Montage of Heck: The greatest rock documentaries

A new film about Kurt Cobain joins the long list of rock documentaries – but what makes a great one? Greg Kot picks out the best.<p>The new Kurt Cobain documentary, Montage of Heck, which makes its US cable-TV debut on 4 May and is playing in cinemas worldwide, really isn’t much of a documentary at …

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Satisfaction: The song that made the Stones

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction defined an era and has since been covered by everyone from Devo to Britney. But why does it endure? Greg Kot looks back.<p>The song has been around so long – 50 years as of 6 June – that it feels as ubiquitous as oxygen. It still pops on the radio so frequently it becomes …

Never mind the ballots: Pop, politics and the UK vote

The UK’s recent general election signals a change of key – while rock stars are becoming apathetic, pop is speaking out, writes Mark Beaumont.<p>On 7 May, the UK went to the polls in what we were told would be the closest-run general election in living memory. The coalition government of David …

The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson: America’s Mozart?

He pushed the boundaries of rock, and some admirers hail Brian Wilson as a genius. Are they right? Carl Wilson looks beyond the hype.<p>Picture this: highly-paid session musicians made to wear fireman’s hats, blow through the wrong ends of their instruments and crawl around grunting like pigs; a grand …

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Behind rock’s finest album cover: A timeless friendship

Robert Mapplethorpe’s photo of Patti Smith on the sleeve of Horses is considered one of music’s best. But the story of their friendship between the two is more beautiful, writes Stephen Dowling.<p>It is considered one of the greatest album covers of all time. A simple portrait to the waist of a woman …

Art

NWA: ‘The world’s most dangerous group’?

With Straight Outta Compton, NWA brought the brutal soundtrack of the LA streets to the mainstream. It was a sound not everyone wanted to hear, writes Rebecca Laurence.<p><b>This article contains strong language that some readers may find offensive</b><p>The director of Straight Outta Compton, a highly …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Six neglected drummers who deserve recognition

They are often a punchline in popular culture, but without them we wouldn’t have the sound of classic bands. Raise a stick in honour of these musicians, says Greg Kot.<p>“Give the drummer some!” James Brown once demanded, but drummers often don’t get enough attention and acclaim.<p>Though singers and …

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John Lennon's nine most memorable quotes

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