Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton Unite on U.S. Summer Tour
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Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton will unite for a North American summer tour. The lengthy trek, which follows their joint 2017 run, launches June 12th in Evansville, Indiana and concludes with back-to-back dates in Woodinville, Washington on August 25th and 26th. “Music is ethereal – it moves back and forth between the past and the future,” Miller said in a statement about the jaunt. “I’m very excited to announce that 2018 is our 50th anniversary of recording and touring together as...

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Ozzy Osbourne Reveals Most Surprising Thing He’s Seen on the Road
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After spending much of the last half-century on the road with Black Sabbath and as a solo artist, Ozzy Osbourne will embark on a final trek around the globe beginning this spring. He’s dubbed the jaunt the “No More Tours 2” tour – a silly callback to his 1992 retirement tour, which lasted all of three years – but this time he says it’s not meant to be goodbye for good. “I’m not retiring,” the singer told Rolling Stone last...

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Daryle Singletary, Nineties Honky-Tonk Singer, Dead at 46
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Singer-songwriter Daryle Singletary, whose stone-country vocals paired with unapologetically traditional tunes earned him a string of hits in the mid-Nineties, including “I Let Her Lie” and “Too Much Fun,” died Monday morning at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee, east of Nashville. An official cause of death has yet to be determined. Singletary was 46. Born in Cairo, Georgia, Singletary, whose father was a postmaster and mother a hairdresser, performed gospel music in his youth alongside his brother and cousins. Relocating...

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‘PUBG’ Is Live on iPhone And Android, It’s Excellent And Here’s How You Get It
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Two official version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds went live on both Android and iOS in China late last week. They’re both free to play, excellent mobile versions of the game and, if you don’t mind a bit of tinkering, can be played no matter where you live. To grab the Android version of the game, you simply need to download the TapTap App Store and search for PUBG. That will let you grab PUBG: Army Attack and PUBG: Exhilarating Battlefield. The...

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Watch Noel Gallagher Talk ‘Inspiring’ Conversation With Bruce Springsteen
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Noel Gallagher admits he’s “not really a massive fan of Bruce Springsteen,” but told Rolling Stone in a new interview that he reveres the songwriter as a deep thinker and creative mind. “I like some of his tunes. But I tell you what, man, you should be fucking proud of that guy,” the former Oasis member recently told Rolling Stone, detailing a lengthy conversation with Springsteen. “We talked for hours – just about music, what it means. It was quite inspiring to...

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Watch Marshmello, Lil Peep’s Mysterious ‘Spotlight’ Video
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EDM producer Marshmello salutes Lil Peep with the mysterious video for “Spotlight,” his collaborative track with the late rapper. The clip – set at a diner named “Crybaby,” one of Lil Peep’s tattoo’s – chronicles a motorcyclist’s breakup and her symbolic attempt for closure. After witnessing her ex on a date, she returns home, where the camera lingers on a series of items (a necklace, a knife, a sword, a shirt) that nod to her past relationship. “Relationships have a...

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Watch Iceage Return With Gripping ‘Catch It’ Video
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Danish rockers Iceage return from a four-year hiatus with new song “Catch It,” the group’s first material since the 2014 LP, Plowing Into the Field of Love. The moody, post-punk cut finds singer Elias Bender Rønnenfelt singing, “Time moves forward quickly / Moves in twenty-four-hour segments / Racing for the soul to grab chokehold” while imploring the listener to “catch it, catch it, catch it” “Catch It” was self-produced by Iceage and recorded all-analog at Göteborg,...

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Watch Mavis Staples Replace Confederate Statues in Poignant New Video
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Mavis Staples offers an alternative to statues commemorating the Confederacy in the poignant new video for “If All I Was Was Black,” the title track off her latest album with Jeff Tweedy. The Zac Manuel-directed clip marks the first video that Staples has personally appeared in in years, and finds the soul legend singing the breezy but potent cut in a diner booth. These shots are paired with striking images of empty statue plinths alongside a sequence in which a...

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‘Splatoon 2’ Gets New Starter Edition and Two New Amiibo
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Splatoon 2 gets a “starter edition” On March 16 and new amiibo figures for its two most popular characters later this year, Nintendo announced Monday morning. Splatoon 2 Starter Edition includes a copy of the game, a 100-page Splatoon 2 strategy guide and two sheets of Splatoon stickers for $59.99. That’s the same price as the game used to sell for on its own. Nintendo says that it’s two new amiibo from the game are designed after Pearl and Marina,...

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Miranda Lambert Balances Star Power With Humanity at Los Angeles Concert
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Miranda Lambert dubbed the two discs that make up her 2016 album The Weight of These Wings “The Nerve” and “The Heart.” Both elements were on glorious display Saturday night when she brought her Livin’ Like Hippies Tour to the Forum in Los Angeles. The Texas native also made clear to the enthusiastic sold-out crowd that those are just two facets of a larger story, which is part of what makes Lambert so special. While her ownership of the stage...

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Bruno Mars Reveals New ’24K Magic’ Tour North American Dates
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Bruno Mars extended his massive 24K Magic world tour with a final run of North American shows. The trek, which features his “Finesse” collaborator Cardi B, now wraps with a block of new dates spanning September 7th in Denver, Colorado to a four-night stand in Los Angeles on October 23rd, 24th, 26th and 27th. General public tickets for the new concerts go on sale Friday, February 16th at noon local time via the Live Nation website. Tickets for the previously...

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Judas Priest Guitarist Glenn Tipton Steps Back From Tour Due to Parkinson’s
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Judas Priest announced that its longtime guitarist, Glenn Tipton, is taking a step back from touring due to his battle with Parkinson’s disease. The heavy metal legends will embark on their Firepower Tour in March.  “Ten years ago Glenn was diagnosed to have the onset of the early stages of Parkinson’s,” the band said in a statement. “From then until recently Glenn has lived his life as the great heavy metal guitar player he has always been, maintaining by his own...

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