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Win 1 of 3 ‘Voyeurs In The Dark’ CDs by Barzin – Music News

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Four years in making, Voyeurs In the Dark is Toronto artist Barzin’s fifth studio album. That the album is more cinematic in its scope and conceptual in feel than his previous studio albums can be attributed to the time he spent over the past several years composing the soundtrack for the independent film, Viewfinder.Voyeurs In the Dark retains...

Best Beatles Merch to Buy on Amazon – Billboard

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All products and services featured are independently chosen by editors. However, Billboard may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. The Beatles released their eighth studio album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band on March 26, 1967. In honor of the album’s 55th anniversary this...

Intonal Festival 2022: Fulu Miziki

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The Kinshasa group perform at the Malmö festival with their orchestra of DIY instruments constructed from salvaged items. In the second in a series of highlights from Malmö’s Intonal Festival, we present a performance from multidisciplinary Kinshasa collective Fulu Miziki. The Afro-Futurist collective, whose name roughly translates as “music from the garbage,” are famed for their DIY ethos, constructing...

Andrew Fletcher of Depeche Mode Has Died

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L to R: Andrew Fletcher, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore Andrew Fletcher of Depeche Mode Has Died The Founding Member of the Electronic Music Legends was 60 May 26, 2022 By Mark Redfern Photography by Anton Corbijn Andrew Fletcher of Depeche Mode has died. He was 60. The band announced the news on social media. “We are shocked and filled with overwhelming sadness with...

Don McLean, Larry Gatlin and Larry Stewart Drop Out of NRA Concert

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by Cindy Watts 6h ago Don McLean, Larry Gatlin and Larry Stewart have dropped out of the concert special at this year’s National Rifle Association (NRA) convention. The men were originally scheduled to perform during Saturday’s NRA’s Grand Ole Night of Freedom concert. Other artists on the bill include Danielle Peck, T. Graham Brown, Lee Greenwood and...

New “Weird Al” Yankovic Graphic Novel Announced

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“Weird Al” Yankovic has teamed up with Z2 Comics for the release of a new graphic novel. The Illustrated Al: The Songs of “Weird Al” Yankovic was penned by Yankovic, and features illustrated interpretations of over 20 of his songs. Artist include Bill Plympton, Aaron Augenblick, Peter Bagge, Wes Hargis, Jeff McClelland, and more. The book also features an...

Exclusive: Chris Young Recalls What It Was Like To Perform With Garth Brooks: “The Experience Was Amazing”

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by Tiffany Goldstein 2h ago Country music legend Garth Brooks is on the final leg of his nationwide tour, and when he made a stop at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium in early April, he challenged Chris Young to bring the heat. Brooks’ return to Music City held great weight, as he was forced to postpone his Nashville...

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band announce 2023 tour dates

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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have announced their first live tour dates for six years. So far, they have announced European shows in Barcelona, Dublin, Paris, Ferrara, Rome, Amsterdam, Landgraaf, Zurich, Düsseldorf, Gothenburg, Oslo, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Vienna, Munich and Monza. Additional cities and shows in the UK and Belgium will be announced at a later date. A North...

Tony Shhnow Shares Video for New Song “Keep in Touch”: Watch

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Tony Shhnow has shared the video for new song “Keep in Touch.” Produced by Jaimoe, it’s the second single from the Atlanta rapper’s upcoming project Reflexions—due June 9. Watch the Jelani Miller–directed clip below.Earlier this month, Tony Shhnow dropped the project’s Zelooperz-assisted lead single “Last Chance” and recently opened for Cousin Stizz on tour. Shhnow’s only other full-length...

5 Seconds of Summer Just Needed a Second to Breathe

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Just as they intended, and never once doubted, 5 Seconds of Summer has lasted significantly longer than five seconds. In the over-300 million seconds since they formed in 2011, the Australian pop-rock quartet’s output has left fans with four albums, two live records, seven EPs, and enough tour dates to see this world from top to bottom. They’ve been...