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Bruce Springsteen has written children's book

Source: Celebrity Balla | Sep 1 2014, 12:16am CDT | by Bang Showbiz

Bruce Springsteen has written children's book
'Outlaw Pete' singer Bruce Springsteen has written a children's book based on the opening ballad of his 2009 album 'Working on a Dream', and it will be darker than other stories aimed at kids.
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Music Week Present: Blacklist Royals

Sep 24 2014 4:00am CDT | Source: Music Week

Blacklist Royals are an alternative proto-punk outfit made up of Huntington, West Virginia twins Nat and Rob Rufus. Where some twins go towards opposite directions, this twofold shared the same passion for music and have played in bands together since they were 13-years-old. The duo released their debut album Semper Liberi in 2010 after moving from their home town to the budding musical hub of ...
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Barbra Streisand Makes History at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart

Sep 23 2014 9:25pm CDT | Source: Oh No They Didn't!

It's official: Barbra Streisand's Partners album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, making the icon the first act to achieve No. 1 albums in each of the last six decades.The Columbia Records effort sold 196,000 copies in the week ending Sept. 21 according to Nielsen SoundScan, and also marks Streisand's 10th No. 1 album. The rest of the new Billboard 200 chart's top 10 will be revealed Wednesday, ...
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Birthday Sluts

Sep 23 2014 7:00am CDT | Source: Dlisted

Bruce Springsteen (65) Trinidad James (27) Anneliese van der Pol (30) Natalie Horler of Cascada (33) Erik-Michael Estrada (35) Anthony Mackie (36) Liberty Ross (36) Kip Pardue (39) Layzie Bone (39) Sarah Bettens of K’s Choice (42) Jermaine Dupri (42) Ani DiFranco (44) LisaRaye (47) Chi McBride (53) Elizabeth Peña (53) Jas ...
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Creating the fictional 'Madam Secretary' after Albright, Rice and Clinton

Sep 22 2014 5:32pm CDT | Source: Southern California Public Radio

(L-R) Barbara Hall, executive producer of "Madam Secretary," Lori McCreary, executive producer, and cast members Morgan Freeman and Téa Leoni. ; Credit: Heather Wines/CBS Barbara Hall has created multiple TV shows that approach a variety of topics: while "Judging Amy" delved into the system of juvenile courts, "Joan of Arcadia" was a contemporary take on the classic Joan ...
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First Listen: Lucinda Williams, 'Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone'

Sep 21 2014 10:03pm CDT | Source: WNYC Music

There's something wonderfully contrarian about Lucinda Williams ending one of her multi-year silences with a double album. In 2014, no one is supposed to have time to appreciate three straight songs from one artist, much less an entire album. So here comes Williams, the perceptive and much-lauded songwriter whose early works helped define alt-country and Americana, with a characteristically ornery response: Double down. She ...
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Win Butler addresses future of Arcade Fire

Sep 17 2014 9:33pm CDT | Source: Oh No They Didn't!

Arcade Fire recently concluded the world tour behind their latest album, Reflektor. So what’s the future hold for the band?Frontman Win Butler recently appeared on Canadian sports talk show Melnick in the Afternoon to promote the upcoming Pop Vs. Jock charity basketball game, which he organizes annually with his brother Will. However, a good portion of the interview was still dedicated to discussing Reflektor, working with David Bowie, and the band’s relationship ...
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Louis C.K., John Oliver to Perform at N.Y. Comedy Festival’s Stand Up for Heroes

Sep 16 2014 3:00pm CDT | Source: Variety

Louis C.K., John Oliver, John Mulaney, Bruce Springsteen, Brian Williams and others are among the performers lined up for the 8th annual Stand Up for Heroes event in New  York.  Presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the New York Comedy Festival, the event honors service members, veterans and the ...
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Material Culture to auction silver, jewelry and objets de vertu from Princeton's retail establishment The Silver Shop

Sep 15 2014 10:55pm CDT | Source: Art Daily

Since 1937, The Silver Shop in Princeton, New Jersey, has catered to a selective clientele that included not only blue-blooded Princetonians but also celebrities, politicians and design luminaries from around the world. America’s oldest retail silver specialist in continuous operation, The Silver Shop was the sort of quietly elite establishment where, in its earlier days, one might bump into Sir Laurence Olivier, Albert Einstein or members of the Guggenheim fami ...
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