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Spotify is taking down Neil Young's music

Neil Young, performing in Lake Hughes, Calif. in 2019.
The move comes two days after the singer-songwriter asked to be removed from the streaming platform as a protest against coronavirus misinformation communicated on Joe Rogan's podcast. Read more

The Chart Show Ballot

The Chart Show
Vote every week for your top five tracks (and enter our weekly ticket giveaway while you're at it), then tune in Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. CT to see if your favorites make the Chart Show! Read more

Dry January and the benefits of taking a break from booze

Black and white image of empty lowball glass with ice.
Whether Dry January is a way to address a serious drinking problem or simply a break from booze after a season of overindulgence, there are myriad benefits to abstaining from alcohol. Addiction psychiatrist Kristen Schmidt joins Jill Riley to discuss.Read more

Jan. 26 in Music History: Happy Birthday, Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams
Eddie Van Halen was born, Bishop Burke prohibited the dance of the devil "The Twist", Ringo Starr went No. 1 on the U.S. singles chart with his version of "You're Sixteen", Queen had their second U.K. No. 1 with "Innuendo", and Buddy Holly's first recording session for Decca Records took place in Nashville, Today in Music History. Read more

Jan. 25 in Music History: Joy Division made their live debut

Ian Curtis on stage with Joy Division
Joy Division debuted in Manchester, Etta James was born, The Allman Brothers Band bassist Lamar Williams died of lung cancer at age 34, The Rolling Stones kicked off their "No Security Tour", and Paul McCartney recorded Unplugged for MTV, Today in Music History. Read more

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