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See Band Perry, Travis Tritt Cover in & # 39; Voice & # 39; Blind Auditions – Rolling Stone

Season 15 of NBC's The Voice begins to record steam, and on the third night of the Blind Procession phase of the show (Monday, October 1) there was another cast of country singers. One of the most compelling performances of the night was the 15-year-old Chevel Shepherd, whose oversized vocals prompted coach Kelly Clarkson to compare her to Dolly Parton. …

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Childish Gambino Packs Animated "Feels Like Summer" video featuring hip-hop cameos – Rolling Stone

Just before the summer comes to an end, Childish Gambino's new Feels Like Summer video features a playful, Easter Egg-filled, animated overview of the hip-hop scene, with cameos of illustrated versions of many gambinos. Rap Counterparts While the lively Gambino walks down the street listening to music, he briefly encounters the rappers in his neighborhood, including 21 Savage, Chance the …

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Mike Kennedy, drummer of George Strait, killed in car accident – Rolling Stone

George Strait's longtime drummer Mike Kennedy was killed on Friday in a car accident on a highway outside Lebanon, Tennessee. He was 59. Straits Rep confirmed Kennedy's death to Rolling Stone . After the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the SUV driven by Kennedy hit a tractor-trailer as the two vehicles merged into another lane; the semi-trailer then drove into another vehicle. …

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Views from inside the church – Rolling Stone

Matching a woman whose influence has been for decades and across genres, Aretha Franklin's eight-hour funeral on Friday included just about everything and everyone. In the 4,000-seat Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, Franklin was praised by past presidents, entertainment titans and religious figures: Bill and Hillary Clinton, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Clive Davis and Franklin's grandchildren represented every aspect of their …

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The Favorite Story: Emma Stone movie is a nasty joy

Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos has caused a sensation with a handful of love or hate images, including Dogtooth (2009), The Lobster (2015) and Killing a sacred Hirsches (2017). At best, he is a solid, dry satirist like a sour Buñuel; in the worst case, he's a cinematic sadist who seems to be just trying to wish you and you a …

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