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Mars Williams, 68, Saxophonist Who Straddled New Wave and Jazz, Dies

He made his name in the 1980s with the Waitresses and the Psychedelic Furs, but his roots were in the…

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Countdown Begins: All 7 BTS Members Are Now Doing Military Service

The last two members, Jimin and Jungkook, began their 18-month military duty in South Korea on Tuesday. Some fans say…

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‘Trolls Band Together’ Review: This Must Be Pop

The third installment of the “Trolls” franchise reunites ’N Sync in this entertaining boy band fever dream.

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Black Sabbath Ballet Turns Up the Volume on a Varied London Season

The fall dance calendar began with English National Ballet under new leadership. Then came Royal Ballet’s “Don Quixote” and “Black…

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Thurston Moore Revisits His Sonic Youth

In a new memoir, the rock luminary details his long career and the music that shaped him.

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Kenneth Force, the ‘Toscanini of Military Marching Bands,’ Dies at 83

Captain Force was part of the pomp and ceremony at 10 presidential inaugurations, and for 45 years he taught midshipmen…

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‘Stereophonic’ Finds Drama in a ’70s Rock Recording Booth

The playwright David Adjmi explores the in-studio creation process in a play with new songs by the former Arcade Fire…

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Russell Batiste Jr., the Drumming Heartbeat of New Orleans, Dies at 57

A pyrotechnic funk and R&B mainstay, he was a vital figure in his home city as a member of one…

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U2 Returns, in Las Vegas Limbo

In the inaugural show at Sphere, a $2.3 billion venue, a band unafraid of pomp and spectacle was sometimes out-pomped…

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Steve Harwell, Voice of the Band Smash Mouth, Is Dead at 56

He was a founding member of the band, which broke out in the late 1990s with hit songs like “Walkin’…

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