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Alanis Morissette to Perform 'Jagged Little Pill' in Its Entirety

Alanis Morissette is turning the volume down on one of the loudest statements of the 90s. The singer-songwriter will perform her breakthrough album Jagged Little Pill in its entirety next month during an acoustic set. The one-night-only event will lead into the Broadway opening of the musical based...
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George Michael's First Posthumous Single Released

Nearly three years after George Michael died, we’re hearing new music from the pop icon. His estate has released Michael’s first posthumous single “This is How (We Want You to Get High).” Work first began on the textured track with polished vocals in 2012, and it was finished up during Michael’s...
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Dancing in the Theater: Lionel Richie Concert Film Coming Soon

Music festival crowds typically skew young, but on June 28, 2015, Lionel Richie had 200,000 people in the palm of his hand while performing his timeless songs. The Glastonbury audience, and even the security in front of the stage, danced and sang along to classics like “All Night Long.” Now, the...
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Hear Prince's 'I Feel For You' Demo Just Released from the Vault

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Prince ’s self-titled album, The Prince Estate and Warner Records have opened the vault and let loose the original demo for his 1979 song, “I Feel For You.” Originally a funky slice of soul, here “I Feel For You” is stripped down to an acoustic bedroom jam, with...
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Elton John Reveals He Was '24 Hours Away From Death' in New Memoir

Elton John is opening about his near-death experience after being diagnosed with prostate cancer a few years ago. In his shocking new memoir, Me: Elton John , the 72-year-old discloses he was “24 hours away from death” after developing complications from prostate surgery in 2017, in new excerpts...
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Paul McCartney Shares His Favorite Beatles Cover, Enjoys BTS

“Where did you guys perform? Was it up there? I always guessed it was right up there,” Stephen Colbert asked Paul McCartney Monday night, looking to find the exact spot that The Beatles made history in the Ed Sullivan Theater. Just days shy of the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road , Sir Paul stopped...
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KISS Sells Misspelled T-Shirts at Ohio Concert

KISS wanted to make an impression with the locals when they stopped in Cincinnati during their End of the Road tour, but you know what they say about best-laid plans. A t-shirt designed specifically for fans in Ohio’s Queen City unfortunately contained a misspelling of Cincinnati. The shirt had an...
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The Song U2 Has Played Live the Most

U2 has been one of the top-grossing touring acts for decades. In 2018, their Experience + Innocence tour took in more than $126 million thanks to nearly a million dedicated fans. The Irish band’s stage-shows have evolved over the years into multi-media attacks on the senses – a far cry from their...
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The Next Bon Jovi Album Will Feature More 'Socially Conscious Themes'

Bon Jovi has yet another album in the pipeline, and the band’s namesake and leader has an idea of what it will look like. Jon Bon Jovi says the New Jersey rockers’ 15th studio LP will be called Bon Jovi: 2020 , and it will feature more socially-conscious themes. According to Variety , Bon Jovi made...
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KISS Fans Sing Happy 70th Birthday to Gene Simmons

When Gene Simmons helped found KISS in 1973, there was no way he could have imagined standing on stage with his longtime bandmate Paul Stanley 46 years later while celebrating his 70th birthday. But that’s exactly where he found himself over the weekend in Saratoga Springs, NY. A few minutes before...
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