This Week In History: The Beatles, 'We Are the World,' 24-Hrs of Zeppelin, Billy Joel, and MoreThis week we take a look back at one PowerHouse Entertainment manager; the fastest number one song ever recorded; one very loooooooong playing song, and a whole lot more! ~Joe Causi
Watch Joseph Fiennes Play Michael Jackson in New TV ShowFiennes and Stockard Channing play Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor on a cross-country road trip in the immediate aftermath of 9/11. Brian Cox plays Marlon Brando, who also joined the alleged ride.
David Bowie’s ‘Lazarus’ Originally Involved Fake Bob Dylan SongsDavid Bowie originally had a much different idea for his musical Lazarus than what ended up being produced.
Bruce Springsteen Picks His 8 Songs to Take on a Desert IslandBruce Springsteen shared his eight choices and we couldn't be more on board with them.
This Week In History: The Stones, Elvis, John Lennon, Dunblane, and EminemAs we head into the holidays, here's another 'Week in Music History' full of high profile arrests, divorces, a meeting with rock & roll royalty and more!
Patti Smith Reflects On Difficult Bob Dylan Tribute"Unaccustomed to such an overwhelming case of nerves, I was unable to continue. I hadn’t forgotten the words that were now a part of me. I was simply unable to draw them out.”
Bob Dylan's Nobel Speech: 'I Recognize that I am in Very Rare Company'"Not once have I ever had the time to ask myself, 'Are my songs literature?'"
Place Your Bids: Sotheby's 'Rock & Roll Anthology' Gallery AuctionSee photos from WCBS-FM's visit and be sure to watch Scott Shannon's exclusive tour of all the fantastic items up for sale at Sotheby's 'A Rock & Roll Anthology: From Folk to Fury' gallery auction.
Patti Smith Will Honor Bob Dylan at Nobel Prize CeremonyDuring the awards ceremony on December 10th, singer-songwriter Patti Smith will perform Dylan’s song “A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall” off his 1963 album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.
Bob Dylan Will Provide Nobel Prize Speech, Still Won't Attend CeremonyThere's no news regarding who will deliver Dylan's Nobel Prize speech.
Bob Dylan will not Attend Nobel Prize Ceremony"Pre-existing commitments" will prohibit Dylan from attending.
Michael J. Fox Joins Dave Matthews to Cover Bob DylanThe Family Ties and Spin City actor has dedicated his life to finding a cure for Parkinson's, which he has lived with since 1991.

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