Thomas Rhett began 2016 with what is likely to be one of the year's biggest country songs: the multi-week Number One "Die a Happy Man." Even after it fades from heavy rotation on radio, the second single from Rhett's ACM-nominated album Tangled Up
Vanity Fair pulled together 29 celebrities while at Sundance Film Festival to perform a dramatic rendition of Justin Bieber's hit "Sorry." The clip was inspired by W Magazine's video of celebrities dramatically reciting Drake's "Hotline Bling."
Nile Rodgers, rock journalist Legs McNeil and more recall the birth of punk and the gritty, gross glory of CBGB in the first installment of 1973: Shaping the Culture, a new video series from Rolling Stone, presented by HBO's new show Vinyl.
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