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Shakira thanks soccer for changing her life + MORE

Preparing to perform at her third World Cup, pop star Shakira says she thanks football for changing her life.Shakira says she "will never forget that I met the love of my life at the World Cup.".... More »
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Listen to Noel Gallagher’s demo of “The Girl With X-Ray Eyes” + MORE

Noel Gallagher has unveiled the demo version of “The Girl With X-Ray Eyes”, the B-side to new single “The Dying Of The Light”. The demo to the track that’s included on the Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ album Chasing Yesterday will be included on the l.... More »
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David Bowie drummer Dennis Davis dies after cancer battle + MORE

Dennis Davis, David Bowie’s drummer during the ‘70s and ‘80s, has died after a long battle with cancer. .... More »
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International act cancels on Soundwave 2016 as ticketing drama emerges + MORE

The drama surrounding next month's Soundwave festival continues..... More »
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Stevie Wonder joins singer onstage to perform Supersition + MORE

Grayson Erhard, 25, was singing in the lobby of the Anaheim Marriott as part of the National Association of Music Merchants convention when Stevie walked in..... More »

Flying solo: Kasey back with new album

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COUNTRY music darling Kasey Chambers has enlisted some superstar musical muscle for her first solo record in four years.

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EDM showcase aims for visual overload

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Tracklisting: Common – ‘Nobody’s Smiling’Twenty years after the release of Resurrection, Common reteams with executive producer No I.D. on his concept-driven album Nobody’s Smiling.Inspired by his hometown of Chicago, the follow-up to 2011′s The Dreamer/The Believer features 13 tracks, with appearances from Big Sean, Jhené Aiko, Cocaine 80s, Elijah Blake, Vince Staples, and more…

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Glastonbury 2014: Five things we learned from SaturdayFrom fur coat revivals to the effect of Clean Bandit’s sludgy dancefloor, here are the key life lessons we took from Saturday at Glastonbury View all our Glastonbury coverage hereIt was mudder on the dancefloor (sorry) at Clean Bandit, whose overspilling tent failed to disguise the fact that even inside the John Peel stage the dancefloor had been pulverised into a three-inch-deep puddle of sludge…

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Former X Factor winner puts his foot in it on social media again…

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Beyoncé and Jay Z appeared to take a shot at Justin Bieber during the first night of their On the Run Tour in Miami this week. As Gawker points out, music’s power couple flashed Bieber’s mugshot on the big screen during Jay’s performance of Izzo”. At that point, the music stopped and Bey told the audience, “Even the greatest can fall…

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News: Soundwave expands to two day festival, announces 2015 datesYet another huge announcement from AJ Maddah.

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The band become the first heavy metal outfit to play the festivalThe band become the first heavy metal outfit to play the festivalFor the first time in roughly 30 years, Metallica are underdogs. As titans of a genre hitherto unexplored at Glastonbury, they are like the president of a country you’ve never heard of, their importance somewhat baffling. As such, they are the festival’s riskiest booking since Jay-Z six years ago but, as frontman James Hetfield says: "I know it’s all represented here so why not heavy rock, heavy metal? It’s about time…

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Gerard Way talks depression

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Gerard Way talks depressionGerard Way was left in a state of depression when My Chemical Romance called time on their music career, but was helped back into the studio by the band’s producer.

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Bryan Ferry sent the Glastonbury crowd potty, says Alice Vincent, but Goldfrapp and Kelis delivered quieter performances

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R&B queen says ‘even the greatest can fall’ as Biebs’ image flashes up on huge screen…

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Lily Allen shares her fears on Desert Island DiscsSinger-songwriter in tears as she tells Kirsty Young about her dependence on drugs and irrational fear for her first childLily Allen, who returned to the pop scene with a raucous performance on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this weekend, is to speak of the dark fears she suffered in the early days of motherhood in an emotional interview on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs on Sunday morning…

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George Strait, Jay Z and Beyonce battle it out for top ticketsThe star with this summer’s hottest concert ticket doesn’t have a hard body, a massive pop hit, or even a high media profile.

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