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rogerwaters 051917 Eric Clapton, Nick Mason and many more have signed a petition seeking a reversal of the decision made by officials on the Frankfurt City Council to bar Roger Waters' from performing in the city.

halsey so good 061622 Alt-pop superstar Halsey is featured in the first teaser for the Tony Tost-directed heist drama Americana.

peter gabriel 060220 Peter Gabriel has announced 13 additional shows on his massive North America run of "i/o - The Tour."

luke combs 061218 Luke Combs recently took to Instagram to announce that his wife Nicole is pregnant with their second child.

chris brown 102722 Chris Brown's "Under the Influence" has reached No. 1 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, earning the singer his 10th No. 1 on the tally.

pitchfork 032223 The Smile, Big Thief and Bon Iver are set to headline Pitchfork Music Festival 2023.

darylhall 091620 Daryl Hall is set to perform at the 2023 BST Hyde Park festival on July 7, supporting Billy Joel.

megan 032223 Megan Moroney has announced the dates for her upcoming "The Luck Tour" to promote her debut album Lucky, which is due out on May 5.

image4 020223 Rising R&B star Chlöe Bailey recently revealed the tracklist for her upcoming 14-track album In Pieces.

chemicalbrothers 032123 The Chemical Brothers recently released a new single, called "No Reason," marking the electronic duo's first new material since 2021's "The Darkness That You Fear."

tesla 032223 Legendary rockers Tesla have added more dates to their Las Vegas Residency due to overwhelming demand.

velvet rodeo 040122 Miranda Lambert has announced a trio of book signing events following the upcoming release of her first book, "Y'all Eat Yet? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin' Kitchen."

lollapalgza 032223 Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish and Red Hot Chili Peppers have been announced as headliners for Lollapalooza 2023.

matchbox 032123 Matchbox Twenty announced their first new album in 11 years and shared its lead single, "Wild Dogs (Running In A Slow Dream)."

the weeknd 121922 R&B superstar The Weeknd has settled a copyright infringement lawsuit that accused him of plagiarizing his hit 2018 song "Call Out My Name."

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