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What’s Cher laughing at in our Billboard fan Q&A video interview?

Watch our Miley Cyrus Q&A here. 

Watch our Miley Cyrus Q&A here

Interviews with Jurassic 5 and Pretty Lights, festival fashion advice, Phoenix’s duet with R. Kelly, Daft Punk’s album teaser, photos & more – See all of our coverage from Coachella 2013: http://blbrd.co/ZV99Gm

Avril Lavigne tells Billboard that her upcoming album, which will include pop-rock tunes, piano ballads and a Marilyn Manson collaboration, is “all over the place.” Read our new interview with the 28-year-old singer-songwriter.

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Lady Antebellum is bringing its “uptempo, fun” side to “Golden,” the band told Billboard at the 2013 ACM Awards. Watch our full video interview.

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INTERVIEW: Team StarKid’s Dylan Saunders Talks Fan-Funded ‘Confluence’ Album - Billboard.com

I got to chat with the ever amazing Dylan about his ‘Confluence’ plans, how great Tomek is as a producer (I knew that already) and a little bit about the lessons he’s learned from Darren Criss in pursuit of a solo music career.  I may have some extended Dylan quotes that were cut from the article that I can share later.

Blink-182 ‘Laughing’ Again After Shaky Reunion Album

"We’re free agents at the top of our game," says guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge, as the pop-punk trio prepares to self-release their upcoming EP, "dogs eating dogs," after parting ways with longtime label Interscope.

Read more from our interview with Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge.

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Weird Al Yankovic. Seriously one of the nicest men I have met. 

^^ From the desk of our art director, Rachel Been.

Weird Al stopped by the office last week, and in addition to revealing that he turned down “Dancing With the Stars,” he posed for individual pictures with no less than five editors here. Apparently Weird Al is a popular choice for first concert and/or first CD. Who knew?