SMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES: "Tears of a Clown." Originally released in 1967, but it didn't become a hit until 1970. Sometimes, a hit takes time.
RICHARD SWIFT: Live at SXSW, March 20, 2009.
STEVE EARLE sings two songs from his late son Justin Townes Earle on 'Kimmel.'
THE HOLD STEADY shares "Heavy Covenant."
THE BLACK CROWES share the previously unreleased "Charming Mess."
LANA DEL REY talks diversity on the cover of her new album, Wednesday's riot at the US Capitol, and shares "Chemtrails Over the Country Club."
BEACH SLANG's James Alex has been accused of emotional abuse, he's in treatment and the band is dissolved.
THE 25 BEST PUNK LPs of 2020, according to Paste.
QUEEN's Brian May launches a badger-scented perfume.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Cyndi Lauper's warm, reassuring, softly anthemic ballad "True Colors."
ZENDAYA is profiled at GQ.
MARVEL's Kevin Feige on ‘Black Panther 2' Post Boseman, ‘Black Widow' Release, and Why Streaming Plans Won't Burn MCU At The B.O.
THE UNITED STATES v BILLIE HOLLIDAY has a trailer online.
NICOLE KIDMAN & JAVIER BARDEM Love Lucy?
GERARD BUTLER: The Ordinary-Guy Action Movie Lives On.
SEAN BEAN looks back on Game of Thrones.
1971: Cinema's Annus Mirabilis.
MICHAEL APTED, a versatile director whose films were as varied as the James Bond picture “The World Is Not Enough” and the biographical dramas “Gorillas in the Mist” and “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” and who made his most lasting mark with the “Up” documentary series, which followed the lives of a group of British people in seven-year intervals for more than a half century, died on Thursday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 79.
TEACHING PUPPIES how to swim.
NO, you can't eat a whole capybara.