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Apple executive Eddy Cue tells us why Apple Music executives changed their minds on royalties after Taylor Swift's open letter. 

Apple launches Apple Music with a three month free trial complete with Taylor Swift's music.

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Almost any day in L.A., you could find Brian Wilson pretty easily if you wanted to, sitting in a booth by the window at the Beverly Glen Deli, with a bowl of blueberries and a hamburger, or shuffling along the path of a tree-shaded park near his home in Beverly Hills. He does this circuit — deli, park, home — two or three times a day, what he calls "my daily regime," to keep in shape and to quiet his mind. "I'm anxious, depressed, I get scared a lot," says Wilson, who turned 73 on June 20th. "It's been that way for about 42 years. The park helps keep me straight. I show up feeling bad, and I leave feeling good. It blows the bad stuff right out of my brains."

NBC tells Trump

"You're Fired!" over his comments on the Southern Border. Trump doubles down and sticks to his initial assertions that Mexico is harming the U.S.

Lost B.B. King Master Recordings Found!

This is a history that began in July 1949 when B.B. King recorded four sides for Bullet Records in Nashville.  Miss Martha King was his very first track and was  about his wife. Cashbox didn't review the song but Billboard did in a  unflattering way writing "A low down heavy beat keeps that blues shouting ballad from dying".

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Ben E King: R&B legend dies at 76

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Christian St. James

with his story about a near death experience and how his music evolved as a result

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