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Tori Amos on the "muses" that inspire her songs


Singer-songwriter Tori Amos is one of the most influential women in music. She scored four platinum albums in the 90s and was included on VH1’s list of 100 Greatest Women in Rock ‘n’ Roll. The classically-trained musician just released her 15th album, “Native Invader,” which her daughter also sings on. …

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Ellen Page says Brett Ratner "outed" her as a teen


In a lengthy Facebook post Friday, actress Ellen Page accused filmmaker Brett Ratner of sexual misconduct.  The actress shared her emotional account of the alleged harassment she says she experienced while filming “X-Men: The Last Stand” with Ratner in 2005. At the time, she was only 18 years old. Ratner was …

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Five women accuse Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct


The New York Times dropped a report Thursday in which five women accused Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct. Three women said he masturbated in front of them, one said he masturbated over the phone with her and another said he asked her to watch him masturbate and she declined. All …

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Preview: Tina Brown on Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump


Legendary magazine editor Tina Brown opens up about her career, her new book, her relationship with President Donald Trump and her interactions with disgraced film producer and former business partner Harvey Weinstein in an interview with Tony Dokoupil for CBS’ “Sunday Morning,” to be broadcast November 12. Brown, whose resume …

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Imagine Dragons frontman on depression, crisis of faith


One of the biggest rock acts of the decade, Imagine Dragons has just announced they will headline a concert near the Las Vegas Strip to benefit victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in the band’s hometown. Their song “Believer” illustrates a deep personal struggle with depression by frontman Dan Reynolds.  …

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Jann Wenner on Rolling Stone at 50


In a way, he’s perhaps the most influential rock star on the planet: Jann Wenner, the man who rolled out the first issue of Rolling Stone fifty years ago this Thursday. Now he and the music magazine he created are at a crossroads, as Anthony Mason reports in our Cover …

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Art Garfunkel: Life is a surprise


Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel may have been feeling groovy when they sang “The 59th Street Bridge Song” all those years ago, but they’ve had many a rough moment since. This morning, on Garfunkel’s 76th birthday, Rita Braver talks with a rock music legend:  “Can you believe I’m still doing …

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