Tommy Ramone of The Ramones

Tommy Ramone’s Death: The Music World Reacts on Twitter

As news broke of Ramones drummer and last surviving founding member Tommy Ramone’s death on Friday at the age of 65, the music world paid tribute via social media, including Blondie, Warped Tour co-founder Kevin Lyman, Butch Walker and others.
Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan Sues Walmart Over Deadly Crash

Tracy Morgan is suing Walmart over a New Jersey Turnpike accident that left one person dead and several people hospitalized, including the “30 Rock” actor.
Cash Cash Talks Growing Up, Dishes on Hit 'Take Me Home' With Bebe Rexha

Cash Cash Talks Growing Up, Dishes on Hit 'Take Me Home' With Bebe Rexha

Wednesday night, Billboard’s Senior Branding Correspondent Andrew Hampp lead an interview with Big Beat/Atlantic production trio Cash Cash at the Mondrian Soho in New York City, during which trio spoke about their history as a band, current collaborations, and inescapable radio hit – “Take Me Home” featuring Bebe Rexha.
Judas Priest Hell Bent for First Top 10 Album

Judas Priest Hell Bent for First Top 10 Album

Rockers Judas Priest could nab its first top 10 album ever on the Billboard 200 chart next week as the group's new set, "Redeemer of Souls" is expected to sell upwards of 30,000 copies in the week ending July 13.
Charlie Haden, 1989

Charlie Haden, Veteran Jazz Bassist, Dead at 77

Charlie Haden, a legendary jazz bassist and original member of the Ornette Coleman Quartet, died on Friday (July 11) after a prolonged battle with an undisclosed illness, according to Variety.
Kiesza on the Late Show

Kiesza Stuns With 'Hideaway' Performance on 'David Letterman': Watch

Kiesza's single "Hideaway" has been surging on the Dance Club Songs chart, and might get a few more spins after the Canadian dance-pop artist made her network television debut on Thursday night (July 10) with a tremendously entertaining performance of the track on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
Siblings Jenni and Lupillo Rivera Make Top 10 Debuts With New Albums

Siblings Jenni and Lupillo Rivera Make Top 10 Debuts With New Albums

On Top Latin Albums, Jenni Rivera debuts at No. 1 with "1969-Siempre — En Vivo Desde Monterrey: Parte 2," selling 10,000 copies in the week ending July 6, according to Nielsen SoundSCan. Rivera also debuts atop Regional Mexican Albums, tying with Selena for most No. 1s by a female.

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