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A new theatrical film based on two famous interviews that John Lennon gave a decade apart is set to get its world premiere this week at the South by Southwest film festival in Austin, Texas. Rubber Soul examines Lennon's dynamic personality and changing beliefs by contrasting recreated conversations that the late Beatles legend and his wife, Yoko Ono, had with Rolling Stone magazine in December 1970 and with Playboy in September 1980.
After undergoing a procedure to treat a coronary blockage last month, David Crosby is back on the road. The folk-rock legend and his longtime band mates Stephen Stills and Graham Nash kicked off a brief U.S. tour this past Tuesday that's scheduled to run until a March 24 show in Durham, North Carolina.
Former Traffic singer/guitarist Dave Mason will release a new album titled Future's Past on May 13. The nine-track collection offers updated renditions of some of his old group's classics and his own solo tunes, as well as several new songs.
The Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon have teamed up with contemporary R&B singer Frank Ocean and DJ/producer Diplo on a new collaborative recording that's the ninth and latest installment of Converse's "Three Artists. One Song" series.
(NEW YORK) -- Fans of HBO's True Detective waived their rights to remain silent Sunday night after so many viewers tried to watch the series' finale that they crashed the cable network's HBO Go download service.
(NEW YORK) -- The series premiere of Lindsay Lohan's OWN docu-series, Lindsay, on Sunday night was filled with the kind of drama you'd expect from the actress, though nothing especially scandalous.
(NEW YORK) -- One week after winning the best director Oscar for his work on Gravity, Alfonso Cuaron's next project is already here. It's not a film, but rather a drama for NBC.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The phrase "anger management" has taken on new meaning on the set of Charlie Sheen's FX sitcom.