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Bono says glaucoma is the real reason he's always wearing shades

Bono is rarely, if ever, seen without his trademark sunglasses, but the U2 frontman hasn’t worn them to make a fashion statement or define his look—he has been treating his glaucoma.

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Week in Re-Foo: Foo Fighters take over Letterman

The Foo Fighters have transformed the release of their album/documentary hybrid Sonic Highways into an event. The eight-part series premieres on HBO tonight, followed by a live performance of the band’s lead single, “Something from Nothing.” To prep for that debut, Dave Grohl and the gang have spent the week collaborating with other musicians on CBS’ Late Show with David Letterman.

While the Foos will have one final performance tonight, they have already banked five impressive outings. Here they are, ranked from least to most rockin’, based on actual quality, the guest musician, and the level of Grohl in each song.

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HBO to livestream Foo Fighters concert after 'Sonic Highways' premiere

Foo Fighters are having a busy week. After spending a week performing every night for David Letterman on The Late Show, the band’s documentary series Sonic Highways will debut on Friday, Oct. 17. But the band is looking to do more than just celebrate with Lettermanthey’ll be letting fans revel in the excitement.

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Hear 'Immortals,' Fall Out Boy's song from the 'Big Hero 6' soundtrack

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It may not be quite as catchy as the songs from Disney’s last animated hit, Frozen, but Big Hero 6 will feature at least one original song courtesy of Fall Out Boy.

Titled “Immortals,” the track will be featured in the film, and it seems perfectly suited to a montage showing off the powers of Hiro Hamada and his high-tech team of heroes.

Fall Out Boy released the full song on its YouTube page.

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Tune in: Ariana Grande talks to EW about 'SNL,' 'My Everything'

Ariana Grande has spent a busy week prepping for her performance on Saturday Night Live, but she’s taking time out of her rehearsal to speak with EW and her fans live from 30 Rock.

At 5 p.m. on Friday, Grande will speak live with EW‘s Tim Stack about performing for the show, her album My Everything, which is currently available for free on Google Play, and about “Problem” being considered one of the songs of the summer.

Tune into the Google Hangout at 5 p.m. to watch the talk, and also leave questions on the hangout page to be answered during the discussion. Grande will perform live while Chris Pratt hosts the 40th season premiere of Saturday Night Live on Sept. 27 at 11:30 p.m.

Apple reportedly shutting down Beats Music (Updated)

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UPDATE: An Apple representative told Recode the TechCrunch report was “not true” but would not elaborate further. Recode also was told by Apple that Beats may go away but that the company would remain invested in music streaming, which would still fall in line with part of TechCrunch‘s earlier report.

ORIGINAL STORY: Apple announced its acquisition of Beats Music and Beats Electronics only five months ago, but a new report suggests that one portion of that purchase may soon be closing its doors.

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Whitney Houston's first live album to be released this November

In a more than 30-year career, Whitney Houston never released an official live album of her work. But now, close to three years after the singer’s death, producer Clive Davis has announced Houston’s first live album will be released later this year.

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'Sons of Anarchy' music supervisor breaks down killer Queen montage

This post contains plot details of “Black Widower,” the Sons of Anarchy season 7 premiere that aired on Sept. 9. Read our full recap and postmortem with creator Kurt Sutter and EP/director Paris Barclay.

Gemma, Jax just killed a man, and it was epic thanks to Sons of Anarchy composer/music supervisor Bob Thiele, who found out last January that creator Kurt Sutter wanted to end the premiere of the FX drama’s final season with a montage set to a cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” READ FULL STORY

Hear a 'Sons of Anarchy' star cover 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'

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Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter informed fans at Comic-Con that the show’s final ride will be too bumpy for Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) to take a timeout for another gig as an Elvis impersonator. But here’s a consolation for those wanting to hear Boone sing again—and it’s for a good cause.

Timed to the premiere of the FX drama’s seventh and final season, Rock the Cause Records will release Boone’s cover of the Sonny Bono-penned classic “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” featuring producer/singer/songwriter Kevin Bowe to iTunes on Sept. 9. Net proceeds of the song will benefit the nonprofit label, which has raised more than a million dollars for various charities, to help support the organization’s internal operating expenses. EW has the premiere below. READ FULL STORY

Aphex Twin debuts first single from upcoming album 'Syro'

Richard D. James—or Aphex Twin, as most listeners will know him—has taken an unconventional route in promoting his first album in 13 years, Syro. Other than hinting at the new project via a blimp in London and a Deep Web link, news about Syro has been slim at best. But on Sept. 4, the first single for the album debuted, giving listeners a taste of what to expect when the album drops on Sept. 23.

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