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‘Elvis’ Fact or Fiction: Colonel Tom Parker Biographer on What’s Real and Not in Baz Luhrmann Biopic

Does the phrase “That’s All Right, Mama” apply to the new “Elvis” movie… as in, “that’s all correct, ma’am”? No one is probably expecting that; any practiced watcher…

Artie Kane, Studio Pianist and Film-TV Composer, Dies at 93

Artie Kane, Grammy-nominated pianist and composer of film scores including “Looking for Mr. Goodbar” and “Eyes of Laura Mars,” died Tuesday at his home on Whidbey Island, north…

‘Deep Throat’ still hard for America to swallow on 50th anniversary re-release

In the country that devours the most pornography on the planet, “Deep Throat” is still getting the shaft as it looks to return to theaters for its 50th anniversary this year.

Universal Music Promotes Sujata Murthy to Executive VP

Universal Music Enterprises (UMe), the catalog division of Universal Music Group, has promoted Sujata Murthy to executive vice president of media & artist relations, effective immediately. In her role, Ms.…

Paul McCartney’s ‘Got Back’ Tour Scores a Touchdown With Marathon SoFi Stadium Show: Concert Review

Paul McCartney has something to prove. What that is is between him and his shrink, although maybe a desire to seem and feel undiminished is not as mysterious…

25 Fun Things to Seek Out at the Bob Dylan Center: His Times, They Are A-Curated

The Bob Dylan Center, which had its ribbon-cutting in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s arts district Tuesday morning, is very much a choose-your-own adventure place. The museum’s director, Steven Jenkins, says…

Liberace’s former Hollywood hideout hits the market for just $2.8M

Compared to its flamboyant former resident, this townhouse is downright reserved. 

Times Square Hard Rock Hotel is a slap in the face to NYC

One opportunistic, infamously tacky conglomerate would have you believe that NYC’s iconic Music Row is back and thriving.

‘The Offer’ reveals how real mobsters helped get ‘The Godfather’ made

The new Paramount+ series “The Offer” — premiering April 28 — reveals a host of concessions that producer Al Ruddy had to make to the actual mafia (including the Colombo crime family) in order to get “The Godfather” made.