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Wednesday
Jan212015

Karen O Releases "Day Go By" Video

Image Courtesy of ABC/Randy HolmesYeah Yeah Yeah's frontwoman Karen O has unveiled the video for "Day Go By," from her debut solo album, Crush Songs. The video, directed by photography duo wiissa, illustrates the track's yearning lyrics in the form of a young couple being in love on a summer's day. You can watch the "Day Go By" video on Vogue.com.

"I wrote this song when I was living in Los Angeles and my boyfriend was stuck freezing in New York -- I really needed my fix of being with him but was miles away," O tells Vogue. "wiissa brings summer loving to everyone who’s braving a cold winter's day."

O released Crush Songs in 2014, even though she had written all of the songs almost 10 years before.

Earlier this week, O was interviewed by Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig for GQ's "The Legacy Project" issue. Among other things, O tells Koenig her opinions on selfies.

"I'm all for celebrating your self-expression, and if you want to do that by selfies, then I'm all for it," she says. "What makes me a little uncomfortable has to do with its ties to a need to be famous."


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Hear Serj Tankian and Tom Morello's Cover of "Crazy Train" from Randy Rhoads Tribute Album

Image Courtesy of UDR MusicAs previously reported, System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian and Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello have teamed up to cover the Ozzy Osbourne classic "Crazy Train" as a tribute to Ozzy's late guitarist, Randy Rhoads. Now, you can listen to collaboration on Rolling Stone's website.

"Randy Rhoads is my favorite guitar player of all time," Morello tells Rolling Stone. "It was his poster on my wall when I was practicing eight hours a day, and I named my firstborn son, Rhoads, after him.

The cover stays fairly true to the original, save for Morello's squealing Rage-esque guitar solo.

Tankian and Morello's rendition of "Crazy Train" will appear on the forthcoming Rhoads tribute album, Immortal Randy Rhoads -- The Ultimate Tribute, which will be released on March 3. Other artists contributing to the record include Dio and Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice, former Judas Priest vocalist Tim "Ripper" Owens and Testament vocalist Chuck Billy, among others.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Details of Elton John's 2015 Oscar Viewing Party Revealed

Michael Kovac/Getty Images for EJAFIf you can't be at the Oscars this year, Elton John's 23rd annual Academy Awards Viewing Party is the next-best ticket in town.  The gala event will be presented by the Elton John AIDS Foundation in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 22, and promises enough glamor to rival the actual ceremony itself.

For the third year in a row, Chef Gordon Ramsay will prepare a gourmet meal for party guests as they watch a live telecast of the 87th annual awards at West Hollywood Park.  After dinner and an auction to raise money for the John's charity, Grammy-winner Nile Rodgers and Chic will perform, and DJ Johnny Dynell will be spinning tunes so guests can dance the night away.

Elton's viewing party is the most successful fundraising event in Hollywood on Oscar night.  While actors are taking home their golden statuettes, the EJAF is raising millions of dollars to help people at risk of or living with HIV/AIDS.  Over the past 23 years, the event has raised nearly $45 million. Last year, the party took in $5.1 million and boasted a star-studded guest list that included Aerosmith's Steven Tyler; Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson; Ozzy, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne; Taylor Swift; Sheryl Crow; Robert DeNiro; Jane Fonda; Whoopi Goldberg; and the Kardashian sisters.

We assume Elton will be making a hefty donation this year.  According to TMZ, he's now raking in more than $500,000 per show in Las Vegas.  The 2015 leg of his Million Dollar Piano residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace began Friday and runs through April 14.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Blake Shelton Taunts Adam Levine in SNL Promo

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleIt appears that Blake Shelton is taking his rivalry with Voice co-star Adam Levine to Saturday Night Live. Blake shot several SNL promos ahead of his appearance on the show this weekend, taking the opportunity to taunt his fellow Voice coach and Maroon 5 front-man.

In one of the promos, SNL cast member Cecily Strong asks Blake if his rivalry with Adam on The Voice is real or fake. “It’s real,” he says. “I mean, it’s so real. In fact, that guy is such a punk.”

Blake then looks directly into the camera and says, “I actually have a message for you Adam. Hey Adam, look who’s hosting SNL now, pretty boy? Hot shot!” He stops himself when he realizes he can’t cuss on TV. “Oh, well I’m done then,” he says. To which Cecily adds, “Me too. Levine.”

Blake will be the host and the musical guest on Saturday night’s edition. Adam hosted SNL back in 2013.

 
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Wednesday
Jan212015

Sam Smith and Mary Lambert Up for GLAAD Media Awards

Image Group LA/ABCSam Smith and Mary Lambert were nominated for GLAAD Media Awards Wednesday. The singers, who are both gay, snagged nods in the Outstanding Music Artist category. Sam was nominated for his album In the Lonely Hour and Mary for her album Heart on My Sleeve.

Mary first rose to fame as the voice singing the chorus on the Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hit “Same Love,” a song about gay acceptance. Sam came out publicly before his first album was released and has been open about his love life, frequently sharing photos of his new boyfriend on Instagram.

The 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards recognizes the best representations of the LGBT community in music, film, television and more. Other nominees this year include the Amazon TV series Transparent, the Benedict Cumberbatch film The Imitation Game, and Laverne Cox of Orange is the New Black. There will be two awards ceremonies: one in Los Angeles on March 21 and one in New York on May 9.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Sam Smith Nominated for a GLAAD Media Award

Image Group LA/ABCSam Smith was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award Wednesday. The singer, who is gay, snagged a nod in the Outstanding Music Artist category for his album In the Lonely Hour.

Sam came out publicly before his first album was released and has since been outspoken about his love life, frequently sharing photos of his new boyfriend on Instagram. He's nominated for six Grammy Awards this year, too, including, Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album.

The 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards recognizes the best representations of the LGBT community in music, film, television and more. Other nominees this year include the Amazon TV series Transparent, the Benedict Cumberbatch film The Imitation Game and Laverne Cox of Orange is the New Black. There will be two awards ceremonies: one in Los Angeles on March 21 and one in New York on May 9.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Paul McCartney 2012 MusiCares Person of the Year Tribute Arriving on DVD and Blu-ray in March

Shout! FactoryIn February of 2012, Paul McCartney was saluted by an eclectic all-star cast of performers at the Recording Academy's annual MusiCares Person of the Year gala.  Now, a video featuring highlights from the tribute event is scheduled to be released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 24.

A MusiCares Tribute to Paul McCartney includes performances of the rock legend's songs by such artists as Neil Young and Crazy Horse, James Taylor, Diana Krall, Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Sergio Mendes, Alison Krauss, Norah Jones and Duane Eddy.  McCartney also took part in the festivities, playing several tunes, including Beatles songs and selections from his solo career.  In addition, the event featured a performance from the cast of the Cirque du Soleil troupe's Fab Four-themed Las Vegas show Love.

To close out the show, McCartney was joined onstage by Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl for a rendition of the Beatles's Abbey Road medley of "Golden Slumbers," "Carry That Weight" and "The End."

Proceeds from sales of the DVD and Blu-ray will benefit the MusiCares charity, which provides assistance for musicians who are in need of financial, medical or personal help.

Here is a list of performances featured on A MusiCares Tribute to Paul McCartney:

"Get Back/Hello Goodbye/Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" -- Cirque du Soleil featuring The Beatles "Love" cast
"Magical Mystery Tour" -- Paul McCartney
"Junior's Farm" -- Paul McCartney
"Blackbird" -- Alicia Keys
"No More Lonely Nights" -- Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas
"And I Love Her" -- Duane Eddy
"Oh! Darling" -- Norah Jones
"I Saw Her Standing There" -- Neil Young with Crazy Horse
"The Fool on the Hill" -- Sergio Mendes
"We Can Work It Out" -- Coldplay
"Yesterday" -- James Taylor with Diana Krall
"For No One" -- Diana Krall with James Taylor
"My Valentine" -- Paul McCartney
"Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five" -- Paul McCartney
"Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End" -- Paul McCartney featuring Dave Grohl and Joe Walsh


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Vince Gill Hits the Road with Ashley Monroe and Charlie Worsham

Image Courtesy CMAVince Gill and Ashley Monroe will take a break from working on her new CD to set out on a unique mini-tour in March. Charlie Worsham and Vince's daughter Jenny will join them for four "Vince Gill & Friends" shows, which the Country Music Hall of Famer says may not be what you'd expect.

“This won’t be a ‘guitar pull,' where one person sings while the others listen and wait for their turn," Vince explains. "We’ll all be pitching in, picking and singing harmony for each other and doing each other’s songs. It will be a musical collaboration -- not a headliner with opening acts.”

Vince produced Ashley's current album, Like a Rose, and the two are collaborating on the follow-up, as Ashley enjoys the top 10 success of "Lonely Tonight," her duet with Blake Shelton.

Here are the dates for the Vince Gill & Friends tour:

3/19 -- El Dorado, AR, El Dorado Municipal Auditorium
3/20 -- St. Louis, MO. River City Casino
3/21 -- Cincinnati, OH, Taft Theatre
3/22 -- Milwaukee, WI, Milwaukee Theatre


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Wednesday
Jan212015

The Weeknd Releases Steamy Visual for "Earned It"

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After giving fans a behind-the-scenes teaser earlier this week, The Weeknd has premiered his dark visual for "Earned It," lifted from the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. 

In the sultry video, which was filmed at the Palace Theatre in downtown Los Angeles, the singer enjoys a private show from scantily-clad dancers, all of whom are nearly naked, with tape covering their private parts while performing on stage.

The crooner enlisted Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson to ensure his music video compliments the seductive tone of the film.

"I feel like the film and my music is a match made in heaven," Weeknd said of the clip. "If you listen to my album, even the past work I’ve done, it’s very Fifty Shades of Grey."

The Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack arrives February 10.  The film adaptation of E.L. James' erotic novel hits theaters February 13.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Cobra Starship's "Never Been in Love" Featured in New Oscars Promo with Neil Patrick Harris

DCD2 Records/Fueled By Ramen"Never Been in Love," Cobra Starship's current single, is about to get some major exposure: it's featured in a commercial for next month's Academy Awards, starring host Neil Patrick Harris.

In the spot, called "Illusion," we see NPH standing on a stepladder polishing an enormous Oscar statuette as the opening bars of "Never Been in Love" start playing.  He comes down from the ladder and walks towards the camera, saying, "Hi there. I'm Neil Patrick Harris. Join me as I host the Oscars. It's looking like it's going to be an amazing show. Anything can happen. Anything."  

At this point, Neil's face is right up close to the camera, and we see that magically, the statuette is now normal size, and the stepladder is the size of a Barbie doll. He grabs the statuette and flicks away the stepladder, as we hear the "Nah nah nah nah nah nah" chorus from the song  -- which features Icona Pop -- start playing.

The band tweeted a link to the promo, and asked, "Do they have an Oscar for Best Song Used In Oscar Commercial?"


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"Never Been in Love" is the first release from Cobra Starship's next album, which the band is still working on.  The Academy Awards airs February 22 on ABC.

Wednesday
Jan212015

Meghan Trainor Topples Taylor, as Title Debuts at #1; Ronson & Bruno Ride "Funk" to #5 

Epic RecordsMeghan Trainor has a new Title: Queen of the Billboard album chart.

The singer's debut album, Title, has debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales and streams of just over 238,000, according to Nielsen Music.  That makes it the biggest-selling debut for a female artist's first full-length album in more than five years, and the biggest-selling debut for a solo artist's first full-length album in more than three years.

In a statement, the head of Meghan's record label, L.A. Reid, said of Meghan, "I've been consistently amazed at the depth of her talent, and the incredible craft that she displays in her songwriting and effervescent performances...Meghan has tapped into a positive, infectious groove that cuts across just about every genre that exists in music today."

Meghan's "All About That Bass," which is featured on Title, is up for Record and Song of the Year at the Grammy Awards next month.  Her first headlining tour, which is sold out, kicks off February 11 in Vancouver.

Meghan's gain is Taylor Swift's loss, though; after eight non-consecutive weeks at #1, her album 1989 has finally fallen out of the #1 spot on the chart.  It's now #2.

Meanwhile, Uptown Special, the new album from super-producer Mark Ronson, debuts at #5 on the chart, thanks to "Uptown Funk," his number one collaboration with Bruno Mars.  While Ronson has produced hit albums for other artists, this is his first album under his own name to reach the top 40.

Finally, Maroon 5's album V has jumped back into the top 10 thanks to the band's new single "Sugar" and its "wedding crashers" video.  The disc rose on the number of video streams, increased album sales and a sale in the iTunes store.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Miranda Lambert Set to Perform at Grammys

Image Courtesy Sony Music NashvilleMiranda Lambert has joined the ranks of superstars like Madonna and AC/DC who are set to perform at this year's Grammy Awards ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Miranda potentially could take home four trophies:  Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song for "Automatic," Best Country Album for Platinum, as well as Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Somethin' Bad" with Carrie Underwood.

As previously reported, Eric Church will also sing on the live telecast, even though it's right around the time his wife is expecting their second child. He competes in the same four categories as Miranda, receiving nods for "Give Me Back My Hometown," his album The Outsiders and "Raise 'Em Up" with Keith Urban.

Sam Smith, Pharrell Williams, John Legend, Usher and Ariana Grande are among the other artists confirmed for the February 8 show. It starts at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

 
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Wednesday
Jan212015

Sia Says "Chandelier" and "Elastic Heart" Videos Part of a Trilogy

RCA RecordsIf you loved the videos for Sia’s “Chandelier” and “Elastic Heart,” there’s more in store for you. In a new behind-the-scenes video featured on YouTube's DanceOn channel, Sia reveals that those two videos are part of a trilogy. In other words, we haven’t seen the last of Sia’s mini-me Maddie Ziegler in her skin-colored leotard, or, potentially, the last of Shia LaBeouf dancing aggressively.

“'Elastic Heart’ is part of a trilogy, because we had such an amazing time making that video we decided we wanted to do a trilogy,” Sia said.

Shia said Sia discussed the trilogy idea with him when they first met. The two came up with the concept for “Elastic Heart.” The video, which pits Maddie and Shia against each other in a cage, provoked accusations of pedophilia from some, but, as Sia explained, that was not the intent.

“We thought it would be interesting if he’s working with Maddie as if she is one of his self-states,” Sia said. “Maybe an inner child or maybe like one of his demons.”

Choreographer Ryan Heffington even described the cage as a metaphor for a skull, and the battle taking place inside is akin to the battle going on within a person.

As for which song will complete the trilogy, Sia has yet to reveal that tidbit. Start placing your bets now.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

TLC Receives $5,000 Donation from Katy Perry for Kickstarter Campaign

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Just days after launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund their fifth and final album, TLC has scored a huge donation from Katy Perry, who dished out $5,000 to help them meet their fundraising goal.

"Wow ...thanks so much for pledging!" Chili wrote on Twitter. She also thanked their fans for their ongoing support: "Ur pledges are greatly appreciated...this is so exciting! All this love n support blows me away," she wrote.

TLC's publicist confirms to ABC News Radio that Katy donated the large sum to the girl group, who's offering up various incentives to hefty donors. Katy's $5k donation entitles her to a slumber party in L.A., an autographed album, TLC digital scrapbook lyrics, dance party, and an exclusive remix.

The upcoming project is due out later this year. As of Wednesday afternoon, TLC needed about $44,000 more to hit their goal of raising $150,000.  They've got 28 days to go.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Lil Wayne Releases New Mixtape, "Sorry 4 the Wait 2"

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Lil Wayne is offering up free music as a consolation for his oft-delayed album, Tha Carter V, which was supposed to arrive last year.  To tide us over, the rapper has released his new mixtape, Sorry 4 the Wait 2.

The rapper's tape boasts guest appearances from Drake, 2 Chainz, Shanell, and Mack Maine. In addition, he also enlisted his rumored girlfriend Christina Milian on the remix of Beyoncé’s "Drunk in Love."

"You won't be sorry and I thank you for your patience," Wayne raps over Queen Bey's tune while Milian sings about riding on his "skateboard."

The mixtape, which serves as the follow-up to Wayne's 2011 set, sees him revamping Rae Sremmurd's "No Type," Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Ni**a," and OG Maco's "U Guessed It."

Here's the track listing:

“CoCo”
“Sh**”
“Trap House”
“Selsun Blue”
“Used to” feat. Drake
“No Type”
“Fingers Hurting”
“Hot Ni**a”
“HolyWeezy”
“Drunk in Love”
“U Guessed It”
“Try Me” feat. Mack Maine
“Preach” feat. 2 Chainz
“Alphabet”
“No Haters”
“Admit It” feat. SNL
“Dreams and Nightmares”


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Nicki Minaj to Perform at ESPN X Games

ABC/Lou RoccoNicki Minaj has been tapped to perform at the ESPN X Games, taking place in Austin, Texas this June.

"I look forward to channeling the energy and spirit from the X Games into a performance Austin will not forget," Nicki told TheWrap.

The rapper will be joined by Talib Kweli, punk legends Pennywise, and an alternative hip hop Deltron 3030 when the a four-day annual extreme sports competition takes place June 4 through June 7 at the Circuit of the Americas. Tickets for X Games Austin will go on sale January 23 at 4 p.m. CT. Three-day tickets start at $109.

Additional headliners and musical performers will be announced at a later date.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Details of Elton John's Oscar Viewing Party Revealed 

Michael Kovac/Getty Images for EJAFIf you can’t be at the Oscars this year, Elton John’s 23rd annual Academy Awards Viewing Party is the next-best ticket in town. The gala event will be presented by The Elton John AIDS Foundation in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 22, and promises enough glamour to rival the actual ceremony itself.

For the third year in a row, Chef Gordon Ramsay will prepare a gourmet meal for party guests as they watch a live telecast of the 87th annual awards at West Hollywood Park. After dinner and an auction to raise money for the EJAF, Grammy-winner Nile Rodgers and CHIC will perform, and DJ Johnny Dynell will be spinning tunes so guests can dance the night away.

Elton’s viewing party is the most successful fundraising event in Hollywood on Oscar night. While actors are taking home their golden statuettes, the EJAF is raising millions of dollars to help people at risk of or living with HIV/AIDS. Over the past 23 years, the event has raised nearly $45 million. Last year, the event took in $5.1 million and boasted a star-studded guest list including Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Sheryl Crow, Josh Groban, Robert DeNiro, and the Kardashians.

We hope Elton's making a hefty donation this year.  According to TMZ, he’s now raking in more than $500,000 per show in Las Vegas. The 2015 leg of his Million Dollar Piano residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace began Friday and runs through April 14.

 
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Wednesday
Jan212015

Katy Perry Donates to Kickstarter Campaign to Fund TLC's New Album

Photo Credit: Jake BaileySuperstar girl group TLC recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund their fifth and final album, and they've already got a celebrity benefactor: Katy Perry.

TLC's rep confirms to ABC News Radio that Katy made a $5,000 donation to the campaign. TLC's Chili has also acknowledged her generosity via Twitter.

"Wow ...thanks so much for pledging!" Chili tweeted. She also thanked their fans for their ongoing support, writing, "Ur pledges are greatly appreciated...this is so exciting! All this love n support blows me away."

TLC is offering various incentives to hefty donors. For example, Katy's five grand entitles her to a slumber party in L.A., an autographed album, TLC digital scrapbook lyrics, a dance party, and an exclusive remix.

The upcoming project is due out later this year. As of Wednesday afternoon, TLC needed about $44,000 more to hit their goal of raising $150,000.  They've got 28 days to go.  TLC will hit the road in May on a big summer tour with New Kids on the Block and Nelly.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Adam Levine Gets Taunted by Blake Shelton in "SNL" Promo 

Art Streiber/NBCIt appears Blake Shelton is taking his rivalry with Adam Levine to Saturday Night Live. The Voice coach appears in several SNL promos ahead of his appearance on the show this weekend, and Blake takes the opportunity to taunt his Voice co-star.

In one of the promos, Cecily Strong asks Blake if his rivalry with Adam on The Voice is real or fake. “It’s real,” he says. “I mean, it’s so real. In fact, that guy is such a punk.”

Blake then looks directly into the camera and says, “I actually have a message for you Adam. Hey Adam, look who’s hosting SNL now, pretty boy? Hot shot!” He stops himself when he realizes he can’t cuss on TV. “Oh, well I’m done then,” he says. To which Cecily adds, “Me too. Levine.”

Blake will be the host and the musical guest on Saturday night’s edition. Adam hosted SNL back in 2013.


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Wednesday
Jan212015

Two-Disc Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Retrospective Due in March

Rhino MediaA new two-CD Grateful Dead compilation will be released on March 31 as part of a yearlong celebration marking the band's 50th anniversary.  The Best of The Grateful Dead features 32 chronologically-arranged tracks, including at least one song from each of the group's studio albums.

The career-spanning collection focuses on studio versions of The Grateful Dead's songs, and boasts most of the best-known tunes in the band's catalog.  Among the classics included are "St. Stephen," "Uncle John's Band," "Casey Jones," "Truckin'," "Sugar Magnolia," "Friend of the Devil," "Ripple," "Shakedown Street," "Fire on the Mountain," and the group's only top-40 single, "Touch of Grey," which peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1987.  The retrospective also features a rare two-and-a-half-minute single version of "Dark Star," a song that The Dead often would stretch out to epic length in concert.

A digital version of The Best of The Grateful Dead also will be available.

As previously announced, the surviving Grateful Dead members will mark the band's 50th anniversary by reuniting for three final concerts this summer at Soldier Field in Chicago.  The shows, dubbed "Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead," are scheduled for July 3, 4 and 5.  Also expected in 2015 is an officially-sanctioned documentary about the band from award-winning director Amir Bar-Lev and executive producer Martin Scorsese.

Here's the complete track list of The Best of The Grateful Dead:

Disc One
"The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)"
"Cream Puff War"
"Born Cross-Eyed"
"Dark Star" (Single Version)
"St. Stephen"
"China Cat Sunflower"
"Uncle John's Band"
"Easy Wind"
"Casey Jones"
"Truckin'"
"Box of Rain"
"Sugar Magnolia"
"Friend of the Devil"
"Ripple"
"Eyes of the World"
"Unbroken Chain"
"Scarlet Begonias"
"The Music Never Stopped"
"Estimated Prophet"

Disc Two
"Terrapin Station"
"Shakedown Street"
"I Need a Miracle"
"Fire on the Mountain"
"Feel Like a Stranger"
"Far from Me"
"Touch of Grey"
"Hell in a Bucket"
"Throwing Stones"
"Black Muddy River"
"Blow Away"
"Foolish Heart"
"Standing on the Moon"


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