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Whether you’re a tween, teen or middle-aged mom, chances are good that at some point, your heart has been captured by at least one boy bander. So, we think you've got the right stuff to ace this quiz.
The story goes that the only explanation for Robert Johnson's sudden prowess at playing the blues must have been an unholy alliance with Satan. But what was the truth?
So you think you know BTS? They're the K-Pop sensation taking over the airways (and social media). But only the ultimate BTS ARMY fans can pass this quiz. See if you're good enough!
K-pop phenoms BTS took first place in Time magazine's 2018 online poll for person of the year. Now for the first time they've been nominated by Billboard for their music as well as their social media presence.
You paid how much for that Taylor Swift concert? Why are musicians charging so much for live shows these days?
Take a chance on our ABBA quiz and find out how much you know about the 70s Swedish supergroup!
Is she a nun? A jilted lover? We know you're dying to find out.
The renowned string quartet will improvise live music to accompany 'space sounds' created by sonification of the total solar eclipse.
Emancipate yourself from mental slavery by learning more about this reggae superstar.
Nearly four decades after the Village People anthem hit the discos, the song's namesake still isn't really ready to fully embrace it.
When the Clash started working on their third album, they had no idea it would be so influential.
Which other famous rock star inspired the Lizard King's persona?
Whether you love cheery pop tunes or melodramatic ballads has a lot to do with your age and gender, right? Actually, your musical taste depends more on your personality.
Ludovico Einaudi's 'Elegy for the Arctic' is part of a Greenpeace campaign to draw attention to the region's rapidly melting ice.
Music executive Shanti Das and rapper Killer Mike have a conversation about Atlanta, music and social justice.
Reenactments of the 'Wuthering Heights' video are happening all over the world in July.
Overt religious themes? Canine-human hybrids? Gender-bending marionettes? Yep, David Bowie did it all, and often faced censorship because of it.
Protest music? What's that? Maybe musicians today are too concerned about getting paid. Or maybe there are ones who care, but industry forces make it tough to get heard.
That infamous pharma exec Martin Shkreli just bought the sole copy. Bummer.
Sure, some do, but it depends on what kind of music you're listening to.
Did David Bowie really write "Space Oddity" to pay tribute to a brave astronaut who was lost in space? Or is it solely a testament to Bowie's unique brilliance?
John, Paul, George and Ringo were the Fab Four of The Beatles – or did they have a fifth member? Legend hints there was one, but who was he?
Many Pink Floyd fans can attest the band's music can be mind-altering. So it's no surprise that if you have a feeling that you're not in Kansas any more, it might be because you've gone to the Dark Side of the Rainbow.
Journey, you know we love you, but that "south Detroit" lyric in "Don't Stop Believin'" just mars an otherwise hard-rocking song. There. We got that one off our chest (along with a few others) inside the article.
Known as the King of Pop and beloved by millions, Michael Jackson died at his home in California on June 25, 2009. Though his heart failure was ruled a homicide, questions still linger after his death.