The political message came second to the humor of Arlo Guthrie’s improbable 1967 holiday hit.
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Depending on your mood and worldview, this video from Jim James of My Morning Jacket—featuring heavily symbolic butterflies, a heartfelt…
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The late singer’s unflinching worldview resonates especially in the week of his death.
Pro-Democrat musicians have moved on from social media and fundraising to do what they do best: entertain.
Kelly Clarkson’s “It’s Quiet Uptown” and The Roots’ “My Shot” bask in schmaltz, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
The superstar joined with the Dixie Chicks at the Country Music Awards to cross not only a musical divide but a racial one.
The FX series’ season finale underlined the depths of Earn’s desperation—and gave some hope that his efforts might pay off.
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The Halloweentime portmanteau has been serving its campy purpose for more than a century.
The FX series’ sixth season is staging mockumentaries within mockumentaries in its exploration of reality, perception, and gore.
Ten years after Amy Winehouse’s breakthrough release, the singer’s powerfully self-critical point of view stands alone.
By ridiculing Kid Cudi’s substance use and depression, he proves how much guts his rival had in fighting stigmas.
Tom Hanks’s Doug has a lot in common with “Black Jeopardy” contestants—except, of course, for politics.
Her “personal” comeback album uses retro references in songs that don’t quite communicate what makes her special.
The PBS documentary is less a behind-the-scenes glimpse than a social primer on why Broadway’s biggest smash matters.
You Want It Darker gravely and beautifully accepts God and mortality.
Guitar rock, rap, and electronic music will compete for induction again.