Jarvis Cocker / July 30, 2009 / Brooklyn, N.Y. (Music Hall of Williamsburg)

Jarvis Cocker Is Still Alive

Joe Cocker, he of that unforgettable rendition of "With a Little Help From My Friends," died today at the age of 70, reportedly from complications related to lung cancer.
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Coachella 2015 Wish List: 20 Possible Performers at Next Year's Festival

So which artists are set to rule Coachella in 2015? We won’t know for sure until the full lineup is released next month, but we’ve made some educated guesses based on logical bookings, touring gaps and some of next year’s most hotly anticipated projects. Check out our realistic wish list for next year’s Coachella festival
Chief Keef & Kanye West Team Up on 'Nobody': Listen

Chief Keef & Kanye West Team Up on 'Nobody': Listen

Fame has Chief Keef feeling lonely. On his Auto-Tuned collaboration with Kanye West, "Nobody," released a week ago, features Keef rapping about how fame has affected his life, from the good ("now can buy her ass anything") to the bad (“what’s all around? fake ni--as act friendly).
Joe Cocker's Top 10 Biggest Billboard Hits

Joe Cocker's Top 10 Biggest Billboard Hits

Before his death Monday (Dec. 22) at age 70, Joe Cocker charted 19 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including familiar recordings like 1968's cover of the Beatles' "With a Little Help From My Friends," which later became the theme song for the hit 1980s TV show The Wonder Years. Cocker topped the Hot 100 with the 1982 single "Up Where We Belong," with Jennifer Warnes, from the film An Officer and a Gentleman.
Joe Cocker Dies at 70

Joe Cocker Dies at 70

Joe Cocker, the British rock artist best known for his cover of the Beatles’ “With a Little Help from My Friends” and the 1982 smash “Up Where We Belong,” has passed away at the age of 70.
Tyler, the Creator and Erykah Badu to Appear in Adult Swim's 'Black Dynamite'

Tyler, the Creator and Erykah Badu to Appear in Adult Swim's 'Black Dynamite'

Tyler, the Creator and Erykah Badu will be lending their vocal talents to an hourlong special of Black Dynamite on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. Set to premiere Jan. 10 at 10:30 p.m. (ET), the new episode of Michael Jai White's blaxploitation parody/tribute will take on police brutality.

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