R. Kelly's attorney says "all the women are lying" after singer surrenders to Chicago police 

Scott Olson/Getty ImagesR. Kelly turned himself in to Chicago police late Friday night after being charged earlier in the day with 10 counts of felony criminal sexual abuse involving four alleged victims, according to the Cook County Prosecutor's Office.

Three of the four victims were younger than 17 at the time of the alleged incidents, according to prosecutors.

At a post-surrender press conference, Kelly's attorney Steve Greenberg dismissed the new charges and called the accusers liars.

Asked whether he thought all the women who accused the singer were making up their allegations, Greenberg said he does.

"I think all the women are lying, yes," he told reporters late Friday night. "This has become 'Hey -- I can say R. Kelly did something' -- boom...Everybody's trying to profit off R. Kelly. 'Hey, I met R. Kelly once, look, oh he looked me at the wrong way -- boom -- money!"

Greenberg went on to claim that Cook County, Illinois State Attorney Kim Foxx indicted the singer in response to public pressure.

"We were supposed to meet next week and have a discussion about what they had," he said. "I was going be allowed to address what they had.  Then they just decided to indict him today for whatever reason. I suspect this is succumbing to public pressure."

Asked about a videotape that attorney Michael Avenatti says he turned over to Foxx -- which purportedly shows Kelly sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl -- Greenberg said he hadn't seen the tape. 

Avenatti says he is representing six clients in the R. Kelly matter.

Kelly, who is "shell shocked," according to his attorney, is scheduled to appear in bond court Saturday in Chicago, according to a CPD spokesman. 

The spokesman also tweeted that Kelly would be fingerprinted, photographed and processed Friday night and remain in Chicago police custody. Saturday morning, he'll take a prisoner transport to court, where custody will be transferred to the Sheriff of Cook County.

The R&B star, born Robert Sylvester Kelly, is also facing investigations from at least three different federal law enforcement agencies including at least one examining his alleged relationships with underage girls and whether they were trafficked, multiple law enforcement sources told ABC News.

The investigations, by the FBI, Homeland Security Investigations and the IRS, have opened in the six weeks since Lifetime aired Surviving R. Kelly, a docuseries about the decades’ worth of misconduct allegations against the singer.

Kelly’s attorney has previously said his client never intentionally had sex with an underage girl, nor mistreated anyone or held anyone against her will.

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Watch Mumford & Sons' acoustic performance of "Delta" single "Beloved"

ABC/Randy HolmesMumford & Sons have released an acoustic edition of their song "Beloved," a track form the band's new album, Delta. You can watch the intimate performance, which was recorded at the World's End pub in London, now on YouTube.

"Beloved" will be the official next single from Delta, following the lead track "Guiding Light," which peaked at number one on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart.

Mumford & Sons will resume their U.S. tour in support of Delta February 27 in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Red Sun Rising announces new acoustic EP, "Peel" 

Razor & TieRed Sun Rising is unplugging for a new EP called Peel, due out March 22.

The four-track collection features new and acoustic versions of songs from the band's past two albums, 2015's Polyester Zeal and 2018's Thread.  It includes the Billboard Mainstream Rocks Songs #1 hit "The Otherside," as well as a cover of the Beach Boys classic "Wouldn't It Be Nice."

Red Sun Rising will kick off a U.S. headlining tour March 21 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Here's the Peel track list:

"Wouldn't It Be Nice"
"Left for Dead"
"The Otherside"

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Runnin' with the Devil: New Eddie Van Halen high-top sneakers celebrates his band's 1978 debut

Credit: Joe LengsonVan Halen erupted onto the music scene with their self-titled debut album 41 years ago this month, and to commemorate the band's arrival, a new pair of high-top sneakers featuring a vintage photo of Eddie Van Halen onstage has been made available at the guitar legend's online store.

The EVH brand's 1978 High Top is black with a white rubber sole, decorated with a pic of Eddie playing guitar during Van Halen's '78 tour on the outer side. In addition, a circular badge reading "1978 Eddie Van Halen" appears on the inner ankle area, the EVH logo is featured on the tongue and the back of the sole, and a back panel boasts the black-and-white stripe pattern that's seen on Eddie's classic "Eruption" guitar.

The sneakers are priced at $64.78 and can be purchased at

Van Halen has been idle since its last tour ended in October 2015, although frontman David Lee Roth hinted in an interview with Vulture this past December that the band would be mounting a new trek this year. No official word about the tour has been announced.

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Big Boi tapped to portray Berry Gordy in new Bobby DeBarge biopic

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesBig Boi has been cast as the iconic Motown founder Berry Gordy, in the upcoming TV One biopic about Bobby DeBarge, of the hitmaking '80s family group DeBarge.

In addition to Boi, the film's stars include Roshon Fegan as Bobby DeBarge, Tyra Ferrell as Etterlene "Bunny" DeBarge and Adrian Marcel as James DeBarge.

Thursday, the Outkast front man confirmed the news of his involvement via Instagram.

"Just finished playing Berry Gordy in the Debarge movie. Coming Soon," Boi captioned a photo of a director's chair with his name and Gordy's printed on the backrest.

Earlier this week, TV One announced that production for the film is currently underway and is slated for a June 2019 release. The movie is set to explore the tumultuous life of Bobby DeBarge, who was the lead singer of the 70's R&B/funk band Switch before he joined his siblings in DeBarge.

Despite his success in music, the iconic falsetto struggled with substance abuse and found it difficult to cope with the memories of his dysfunctional childhood.  He died in 1995 of AIDS-related complications at the age of 39.

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Alicia Keys gets personal in new video for "Raise A Man"

Jaclyn Martinez/Courtesy of AK Worldwide, IncAlicia Keys shows her vulnerable side in the new music video for her latest effort, "Raise A Man."

Under the direction of Bill Kirstein, the clip finds Keys behind a piano in a recording studio. Surrounded by close friends and her four-year-old son Genesis, the Grammy-winning singer croons about the complexities of love.

The visual arrives following the release of the single, which Keys dropped off on February 11, shortly after she hosted the Grammy Awards. "Raise A Man" serves as the first taste of new music from the vocalist since her 2016 effort Here.

Ahead of the video's premiere, Keys took to Instagram to share her excitement with fans. 

"I just dropped something for y'all! I was in the studio and I wanted to VIBEEEEE out!" she captioned the video post. "My friends were there, my Gen was there!!"

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Report: Fabolous is nearing a plea deal in domestic violence case 

Jerritt Clark/Getty ImagesFabolous's domestic violence saga has reportedly come to a close, Bossip reports. 

According to the celebrity site, the Brooklyn-born rapper is nearing a plea deal which will require him admitting to assaulting his longtime partner Emily B in exchange for no jail time.

Fab, however, will have to attend a mandatory "pre-trial intervention" consisting of a series of domestic violence prevention workshops that will last between six months and a few years. If the "Uptown" lyricist manages to stay out of trouble, then he'll have the charges expunged from his criminal record. 

As previously reported, the rapper was accused of punching out Emily's teeth during an heated exchange late last year. According to his indictment, Fabolous later threatened to shoot Emily, the mother of his two children, and also brandished a pair of scissors, again threatening to harm her. 

Fab, however, has maintained his innocence since pleading not guilty in October 2018. 

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Led Zeppelin launches online playlist generator, invites Jack White and other artists to try it out

Atlantic/Swan Song/Warner MusicIn honor of Led Zeppelin's ongoing 50th anniversary celebrations, the band has launched a new playlist generator program that allows anyone to build a list of tunes from the rock legends' entire catalog.

To mark the debut of the program, three artists have been recruited to try it out: ex-White Stripes frontman Jack White, U.K. hard-rock duo Royal Blood and Mexican rockers Maná, all of whom consider Led Zeppelin a major influence.

White's 10-track playlist begins with the Physical Graffiti track "The Rover," and includes popular tunes such as "The Lemon Song," "Moby Dick" and "Since I've Been Loving You." It also features a couple of gems from the BBC Sessions collection: "The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair" and "Traveling Riverside Blues."

"They are an immovable force in music," White says of the mighty Zep. "I don't trust anyone who doesn't like them."

Led Zeppelin Playlist Generator also creates personalized cover art to accompany each list of songs generated, and allows users to share their lists via social media. In addition, the program can generate a personalized social media profile image featuring the user's name in the well-known Led Zeppelin font.

The playlist generator can be accessed at

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Stand Back! Major Stevie Nicks compilation arrives next month in honor of Rock Hall induction

RhinoNext month, Stevie Nicks will become the first female artist to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Fame twice. To mark the occasion, Rhino Records is launching a major compilation celebrating the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman's decades-long career focusing on her work outside of her famous band.

Stand Back, which arrives March 29, will be available as an 18-track single CD, and also will be released in digital and streaming versions.  In addition, a 50-track, three-CD version of the compilation, titled Stand Back: 1981-2017, will be released on April 19, while a six-LP vinyl edition of the same set will become available on June 28.

The single-disc version of Stand Back features all of Stevie's biggest hits, including the title track, "Edge of Seventeen," "If Anyone Falls," "Talk to Me" and more.  Also included are her respective hit duets with Don Henley and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, "Leather and Lace" and "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," respectively.  Live versions of the Fleetwood Mac tracks "Dreams" and "Gold Dust Woman" round out that package.

The three-CD and six-LP sets adds more live tracks, and more collaborations, including Stevie's duets with Sheryl Crow, Dave Grohl, Kenny Loggins, LeAnn Rimes, Lady Antebellum and John Stewart.  Movie soundtrack songs, such as "Blue Lamp" from Heavy Metal and "Sleeping Angel" from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, are also included.

The 2019 Rock Hall ceremony takes place March 29 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Stevie will be inducted as a solo artist at the event, after previously being welcomed into the Hall as a member of Fleetwood Mac in 1998.

Here's the track listing for the single-CD version of Stand Back:

"Edge of Seventeen" (Single Version)
"Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" (Single Version) -- with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
"Leather and Lace" (Single Version) -- with Don Henley
"Rooms On Fire" (U.S. Single Version)
"Stand Back" (Single Version)
"If Anyone Falls" (Single Version)
"Talk to Me" (Single Version)
"I Can't Wait" (Single Version)
"Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You"
"Long Way to Go"
"Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind" (Radio Remix)
"Blue Denim"
"Every Day"
"Secret Love"
"The Dealer"
"Dreams" (Live)
"Gold Dust Woman" (Live)

And here's the track listing from the three-CD set:

Disc 1
"Edge of Seventeen"
"Rooms On Fire"
"Stand Back"
"After the Glitter Fades"
"If Anyone Falls"
"Talk to Me"
"I Can't Wait"
"Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You"
"Long Way to Go"
"Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind"
"Blue Denim"
"Every Day"
"Planets of the Universe"
"Secret Love"
"For What It's Worth"
"The Dealer"

Disc 2
"Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" -- with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
"Leather and Lace"- with Don Henley
"I Will Run to You" -- with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
"Two Kinds of Love"
"Whenever I Call You 'Friend'" -- with Kenny Loggins
"Magnet & Steel" -- with Walter Egan
"Gold" -- with John Stewart
"Too Far from Texas" -- with Natalie Maines
"You're Not the One" -- with Sheryl Crow
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" -- with Chris Isaak
"Cheaper than Free" -- featuring Dave Stewart
"You Can't Fix This" -- with Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins and Rami Jaffee
"Golden" -- with Lady Antebellum
"Blue Water" -- featuring Lady Antebellum
"Borrowed" -- with LeAnn Rimes
"Beautiful People Beautiful Problems" -- with Lana Del Rey

Disc 3
"Gold Dust Woman" (Live)
"Dreams" (Live)
"Angel" (Live)
"Rhiannon" (Live)
"Landslide" (Live) -- with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
"Sara" (Live from The Soundstage Sessions)
"Crash Into Me" (Live from The Soundstage Sessions)
"Circle Dance" (Live from The Soundstage Sessions)
"Needles and Pins" (Live) -- with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
"Rock and Roll" (Live)
"Blue Lamp" (from Heavy Metal soundtrack)
"Sleeping Angel" (from Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack)
"If You Ever Did Believe" (from Practical Magic soundtrack)
"Crystal" (from Practical Magic soundtrack)
"Your Hand I Will Never Let It Go" (from Book of Henry soundtrack)

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It's no bull: George Strait adds two Vegas dates during National Finals Rodeo

MCA NashvilleGeorge Strait has a new single, a new album on the way -- and now two more dates in Las Vegas this year.

King George is extending his Strait to Vegas run at T-Mobile Arena in 2019, adding shows on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7. It’s a busy time in Sin City, as the dates coincide with the National Finals Rodeo.

ACM Female Artist and New Female Artist of the Year nominee Ashley McBryde will open the concerts. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 22.

Strait’s new single, “Every Little Honky Tonk Bar,” is out now, ahead of the release of Honky Tonk Time Machine on March 29.   

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Tamar Braxton announces she's guest-starring on "The Bold and the Beautiful"

Monty Brinton/CBSTamar Braxton is making the most of her relationship with CBS. After winning the second installment of Celebrity Big Brother, Braxton has locked in guest-starring role on the network's soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

In a new Instagram post, Tamar revealed she’s been watching the show since she was 10 years old, and even named her son, five-year-old Logan, after a major character from the series.

“I’ve named my son after #BrookeLogan she’s been in my dressing room talking to me and I’m about to faint #fanningout #beenwatchingsinceIwas10,” she wrote.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Braxton will play Chef Chambre in a scene with actors Don Diamont, who plays Bill Spencer, and Heather Tom, who plays Katie Logan. In the episode, Spencer and Logan are set up on a private dinner date by an anonymous cupid.

Tamar will tape her episode on February 20; it will air on March 28.

The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS.

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Lifetime responds to R. Kelly indictment, as details of criminal sex abuse charges are revealed

Noam Galai/Getty ImagesIt's probably safe to say that if Lifetime hadn't aired its docuseries Surviving R. Kelly, the singer, who was indicted today, would not currently be facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse.  Now, Lifetime has responded to the news.

“We are proud that Lifetime was able to provide a platform for survivors to be heard," said the network in a statement to ABC News.  Investigations into the singer's more recent activities began after the docuseries once again brought to the forefront the allegations of abuse that have followed the singer for decades.

Kimberly Foxx, Cook County State's Attorney, announced the charges against R. Kelly, which involved four minor female victims.

There are four counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving a victim, initial H.W., between May of 1998 and May of 1999. She was under the age of 17.

There are two counts involving a victim, initials R.L., between September of 1998 and September of 2001.  She was also under the age of 17.  The third victim, L.C. was involved in an incident in February of 2003. Her age was not stated.

Finally, there are an additional three counts involving a fourth victim, J.P., between May of 2009 and January of 2010. She was also under the age of 17.

According to a press release from Foxx's office, most of the incidents involved some kind of sexual contact between Kelly and the minors; one involved bodily fluids.

Aggravated criminal sexual abuse is a class 2 felony with a sentencing range of three to seven years per count.

The singer is set for a bond hearing on Saturday afternoon.

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Report: T.I.'s sister Precious Harris passes away following car accident

ABC/Randy HolmesFollowing a serious car accident, T.I.'s sister Precious Harris has died at age 66, TMZ reports. 

Sources tell the site that Harris has been unresponsive and on life support in the ICU of an Atlanta hospital since the harrowing accident. Harris reportedly hit a pole while driving last week, which then resulted in her suffering an asthma attack.

Her daughter, Kamaya, shared a touching tribute via Instagram confirming her mother's untimely passing. 

"From my best friend on earth to my beautiful angel... I love you so much," she captioned a photo of Harris.

Kamaya continued, "I’m so heartbroken but the way you looked so @ peace this past week has confirmed that you are more asthma attacks...damn but baby I am going to miss you."

Tip also dedicated a heartfelt Instagram post  to his sister. "We Love You Dearly Baby Girl..." the Atlanta trap pioneer wrote.

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Pink, Dua, Kelly & Brandi: Female artists fangirl over each other 

Jeff Spicer/Getty ImagesKelly Clarkson and Dua Lipa may be Grammy-winning global pop stars, but they're not above turning into total fangirls when they encounter their favorite stars online or in real life.

At the BRIT Awards earlier this week, Best British Single winner Dua got a chance to meet her all-time idol, Pink, who was there to perform and receive the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award. 

Dua posted a photo of them together, and wrote, "I met my idol last night and it was nothing short of perfect. It’s so nice to meet someone you’ve always looked up to, who’s music has always been there for you and know they are everything you imagined. Thank you @Pink for being the realest. I feel so lucky."

To which Pink replied, simply, "You’re the bestest!!!!"  She also posted Dua's photo on Instagram and added, "This girl is the real f****** deal right here. I was so happy to meet her."

Meanwhile, while on tour, Kelly Clarkson performed a cover version of "The Joke," the Grammy-winning song by Brandi Carlile, which Brandi performed at the Grammys.  The song is quite difficult to sing, but Brandi gave the performance a thumbs-up. Retweeting an article about it, she wrote, "Nailed it!"

To which Kelly replied, "I didn’t nail it  BUT I tried and I love you and wish I could cover your songs every night #LookingOut has been my jam for years girl, along with most of your catalogue."

By the way, Kelly's not the only celebrity fan of Brandi Carlile. President Barack Obama famously include "The Joke" on a playlist of his favorite songs of 2017, and her songs have been covered by Adele, among others.

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Listen now: "The Bones" are good in the relationship between Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd

Columbia NashvilleIn the new track from her forthcoming album, GIRLMaren Morris compares a relationship facing challenges to a house weathering storms.  According to Maren, just as a sturdy house can withstand bad weather, so can a strong relationship make it through any hard times.

“When the bones are good/The rest don’t matter/Yeah the paint could peel/The glass could shatter/Let it rain/ ‘Cause you and I remain the same,” she sings in “The Bones.”

“When there ain’t a crack in the foundation/Baby I know any storm we’re facing/Will blow right over while we stay put/The house don’t fall when the bones are good.”

Maren wrote the song with the same team behind her first number one, “I Could Use a Love Song.”

The Texas native helped craft all fourteen tunes on her sophomore album, including writing “All My Favorite People” and “Great Ones” with her husband Ryan Hurd.

Just as in "The Bones," Ryan's also alluded to his relationship with Maren in his own tracks, "Diamonds or Twine" and "To a T."

You can stream or download “The Bones” now, and you can check out its lyric video on YouTube as well. The full GIRL album arrives March 8.

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Mike Shinoda clarifies comments regarding possible new Linkin Park singer 

ABC/Randy HolmesMike Shinoda has clarified the comments he made regarding the possibility of Linkin Park continuing with a new singer replacing the late Chester Bennington.

Speaking recently to Germany's Rock Antenne radio station, Shinoda said that finding a new vocalist is "not my goal right now," but added that if the band were to "find somebody that is a great person that we think is a good personality fit and a good stylistic fit," then he could "see trying to do some stuff with somebody."

Apparently, some people took that to mean "Linkin Park is actively searching for a new singer," which Shinoda is now refuting.

"Lemme clarify a rumor: we are not looking for a new singer, and if it were to happen organically, I'd be open," Shinoda tweeted. "Seems pretty clear, yet I guess some folks have a hard time understanding."

"I'm not into predicting the future. The future will happen," he continued. "Stop making s*** up."

Linkin Park last played together during the star-studded Bennington memorial concert in October 2017. Since then, Shinoda has been touring solo behind his new album, Post Traumatic.

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A second Celine Dion movie is in the works, "Celine Before Celine"

John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCThere’s already one Celine Dion film in the why not make it two?

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a biopic about the singer called Celine Before Celine is set to start filming in 2020.

The film, from Quebec director Marc-Andre Lavoie, will follow Celine’s early life before she found stardom, and it has the blessing of the Dion family. Celine’s nephew, Jimmy Dion, will be a screenwriter on the project.

The family has also given Lavoie access to family testimonies and archives related to Celine's upbringing as one of 14 children in French-speaking Quebec.

In a letter Celine sent to the filmmakers, she wrote, ''I wanted to let you know just how much I was touched by the film that you are preparing. With your unique approach, you managed to seize the essence of a period that is very dear to my heart."

As previously reported, another Celine-related movie is coming to the big screen called The Power of Love. It won’t be a biopic, however. Variety reports it will be a fictional “homage” to Celine, using her hit songs, and it will be loosely based on her life.

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Can't Say I Ain't #1 Country: Florida Georgia Line debuts atop album chart

BMLGFlorida Georgia Line’s fourth studio album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, debuts at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Album chart, having sold 300,000 album equivalent units in its first week.

The news comes as Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are up for four Academy of Country Music Awards in April: Duo, Single, Song and Music Event of the Year, all on the strength of their quadruple-platinum collaboration with Bebe Rexha, “Meant to Be.”

Pre-sales start next Tuesday for their accompanying Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour. Dan + ShayMorgan WallenHARDY, and Canaan Smith will join them on the trek.  

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Gunna unleashes "Drip or Drown 2" album

Ousman Shako Drip season is officially upon us, thanks to the release of Gunna's long-awaited Drip or Drown 2 album.

The 16-track LP serves as a follow up to the rapper's highly successful Drip Season 3 effort and the gold-certified collaborative mixtape, Drip Harder, featuring Lil Baby

The project boasts features from Playboi Carti, Young Thug and the aforementioned Lil Baby. In addition to dropping off a guest verse, Thug is also credited as one of the album’s executive producers, alongside Turbo and Wheezy. 

Drip or Drown 2 is led by two bubbling singles: “One Call,” which peaked at number 56 on the BillboardHot 100 chart, and “Speed It Up.”

Gunna is also teaming up with TIDAL to bring fans an exclusive live performance of the project in New York City. Additionally, the Atlanta lyricist is set to embark on his Drip or Drown 2 tour, which kicks off at Anaheim, CA on March 31st. 

Drip or Down 2 is now available for streaming everywhere. 

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Check out Led Zeppelin playlists curated by Jack White and Royal Blood

ABC/Nicole WilderLed Zeppelin is launching a new playlist generator program, and the rock legends have recruited Jack White and Royal Blood to try it out.

White's playlist begins with the Physical Graffiti track "The Rover," and includes cuts such as "The Lemon Song," "Moby Dick" and "Since I've Been Loving You."

Royal Blood, meanwhile, kicks things off with a live version of "I Can't Quit You Baby" before segueing into Zeppelin classics like "Dazed and Confused," "Immigrant Song" and "When the Levee Breaks."

"They are an immovable force in music," White says of the mighty Zep. "I don't trust anyone who doesn't like them."

"Led Zeppelin's magic has always been about the chemistry that existed between the four members," adds Royal Blood's Mike Kerr. "Nearly 50 years on...the quality of the songs, the guts and the swag on these recordings, is untouched."

To check out White and Royal Blood's playlists, and to create your own, visit

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