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Chris Stapleton, Gary Clark Jr., Bonnie Raitt will pay tribute to B.B. King at Grammys

Chris Stapleton, Gary Clark Jr., and Bonnie Raitt will honor the late B.B. King, who died in May at the age of 89, at this year’s Grammy Awards, CBS announced Thursday. Clark and Raitt are both previous Grammy winners, while Stapleton is up for four awards this year.

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Judge reduces fines from Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' 'Blurred Lines' case, awards Gaye family more earnings profits

Back in March, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were ordered to pay $7.3 million to Marvin Gaye’s family for copying parts of “Blurred Lines” from Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got To Give It Up.” Thicke appealed the ruling, and according to court papers filed Tuesday, California judge John A. Kronstadt reduced the amount to $5.3 million.

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Alan Thicke admits to listening to his son's music in the bedroom

Robin Thicke’s albums may be filled with songs that encourage listeners to get hot and heavy, but he probably didn’t imagine his dad Alan Thicke would play his own son’s music while getting intimate. 

“When we do get freaky, we love ‘Sex Therapy,’” Tanya Cailau, Alan’s wife of 10 years, told Us Weekly. “You have to admit, it’s a great song to get in the mood.”

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'Blurred Lines' may get another trial

Back in March, a jury ruled that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams had copied parts of Marvin Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up” in their own smash hit “Blurred Lines,” and owed the soul singer’s estate $7.4 million for copyright infringement. But that verdict was far from the final word in the saga.

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Exclusive: Flo Rida drops breezy, Robin Thicke-featuring 'I Don't Like It, I Love It'

The calendar is about to flip over to April, which means the search for the song of the summer is about to go into overdrive. Enter “I Don’t Like It, I Love It,” helmed by Flo Rida, the man who seems to live summer year-round, and special guest Robin Thicke—who, as you may recall, knows a thing or two about summer jams. Earth, Wind & Fire bassist Verdine White also plays on the track.

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Marvin Gaye's children pen open letter in Rolling Stone about 'Blurred Lines' trial

Marvin Gaye’s children Nona Gaye, Frankie Gaye, and Marvin Gaye III have taken to Rolling Stone to write an open letter about what their father would think about the “Blurred Lines” trial, in the hopes of “set[ting] the record straight on a few misconceptions.”

Putting themselves in their late father’s shoes, the siblings wrote:

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