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After two years off the road, the group returned for a run of shows that prove world domination is also tons of fun For more, check out: (Source)

The release follows their four-night stand in Los Angeles For more, check out: (Source)

Incoming: South on Sunset, X, BTS, JPEGMAFIA, Lindsey Buckingham, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Three 6 Mafia, Reverend Horton Heat, Matisyahu, Dustbowl Revival, She & Him, LANCO, CloZee, José James, Berlin, Los Lobos, A Flock of Seagulls, Damien Jurado and Will Sheff (Okkervil River), Lauren Jauregui, Laura Marling, Whitmer Thomas, Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds, the Tracks, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Father of the Bride Band, Prettiest Eyes, Trixie Mattel, Mayer Hawthorne, Baby Keem, Lady Blackbird, Andrew McMahon, Gabriels, Intervals, Jared Mattson (Mattson 2), John Carroll Kirby, Jack Symes, Ada Lea, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys, Metalachi, Necromantix, Film School, DRAAG, Mo Dotti,  Sloppy Jane, Your Angel, Skullcrusher, Rett Madison, Clinton Kane, Andy Clockwise, Gold Star, Grady Strange, Grace McKagan, Billy Z Duke, Jagged Baptist Club

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A lifetime ago, before he was a culture war figurehead posing for photos with Elon Musk and Joe Rogan, before he asked Michel Gondry to film his all-star block party, before he helmed his short-lived but generation-defining Comedy Central series, Dave Chappelle and his creative partner Neal Brennan wrote a stoner comedy called Half Baked. Chappelle and SNL actor Jim Breuer were billed as the two leads of Half Baked, but for my money the movie’s most iconic moment belongs to Guillermo Diaz, whose character Scarface memorably quits his fast food job by announcing over the restaurant P.A., “Fuck you! Fuck you! Fuck you! You’re cool. And fuck you, I’m out!” I thought of this scene upon hearing “abcdefu.”

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Rapper joined the Korean stars on night two of their four-night stand at SoFi Stadium For more, check out: (Source)

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The Recording Academy continues to exist within its own strange dimension, one in which Jon Batiste is the center of the musical universe and the second Lady Gaga/Tony Bennett jazz duets album was one of the landmark popular music events of 2021. You have to hand it to them for the consistency, at least: So many extremely Grammys-esque artists were showered with nominations today in preparation for the Jan. 31 ceremony at, uh, Arena. Some of them, like Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber and Billie Eilish, are actually this popular in the real world. And some of them are H.E.R.

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Incoming: Brownies & Lemonade, Substance LA, Salon Saturno, Pre-Thanksgiving Fest, BTS, Bad Religion, Air Supply, Alkaline Trio, Aimee Mann, NHC (Navarro, Hawkins, Chaney), Thundercat, Lagwagon, GWAR, Courtney Barnett, Dawes, Judith Hill, Kalan.FrFr, Beabadoobee, Tobe Nwigwe, the Record Company, Murs, Art Feynman, Tonstartssbandht, the Regrettes, the Greyboy Allstars, the Midnight, Happy Fits, Bedouine, Sonoda, Citizen, Cold Hart, Soul Syndicate Live, Object of Affection, Deb Never, Boy Scouts, Hot Mulligan, Grady Strange, Moonfuzz, Grace McKagan, Ryan Pollie

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Now that we’ve reached Thanksgiving week, the annual influx of Christmas music that begins as a slow creep in October is about to go into overdrive. In recent years, this has meant a massive surge in streams for Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Although a hit upon release in 1994, Carey’s holiday classic is arguably bigger now than ever. It reached #1 for the first time in 2019 and returned to the top of the singles chart last year. Improbably — especially for someone with 19 #1 hits — it has become arguably Carey’s signature song and is universally regarded as a modern Christmas standard.

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Last night, the American Music Awards, the annual show that doesn’t even pretend to aim for prestige, went down in Los Angeles. Last year, the AMAs were a pandemic show, and so everything went down virtually. The big showstopper performance was the Weeknd, with Kenny G and a whole bunch of pyrotechnics, on a Los Angeles bridge. Last night, though, the stars got to sing their songs on stages, in front of human beings.

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The Cardi B-hosted awards ceremony will also feature Bad Bunny, Olivia Rodrigo, Megan Thee Stallion and BTS For more, check out: (Source)