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Source: Global News

Offset drops debut solo album, ‘Father of 4?

Friday 21:51 GMT

Offset (born Kiari Kendrell Cephus) has just released his debut solo album, Father of 4. The record was released early Friday morning as previously suggested by the rapper.

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Source: Global News

Adam Lambert writes mental-health message to fans, releases new single, ‘Feel Something’

Today 06:59 GMT

On Thursday morning, Adam Lambert broke the silence regarding his next album by releasing a brand new single entitled Feel Something.

Guitarist Brian May of Queen releases ‘New Horizons,’ first single in 20 years. The state of the Twitterverse made it clear that fans have been anxiously awaiting Lambert’s return. Although he’s busy outselling arena shows with Queen, many were ecstatic to hear some brand new original music.

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Source: Fox News

Reba McEntire explains why she turned down iconic ‘Titanic’ role

Friday 22:45 GMT

“We were on tour and I had a lot of people on the payroll and we had these three months to do the movie,” explained McEntire.

When Cohen, 50, asked McEntire if it killed her that “Titanic” went on to become such a huge hit without her, she said, “Well, sure, absolutely.” According to People magazine, the movie became an instant worldwide sensation, earning over $2 billion at the box office and 11 Oscars.

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Source: The Guradian

Mark Ronson: ‘I was floundering. I was drinking too much and giving orders’

Friday 08:59 GMT

Rushing in and out as if you can’t face being in the room while another person listens to your music is very Mark Ronson.

Today, his description of the making of Shallow involves giving so much credit to everybody else involved – Lady Gaga had the idea for the chorus and the lyrics “that made my hairs just stand up”; his regular collaborators, Andrew Wyatt and former Libertine Anthony Rossomando, came up with the guitar part and Cooper had the idea to make it a duet – that he makes it sound as if he just stood there and watched the rest of them getting on with it.

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Source: DW

Peter Tork, Monkees bassist, dies, aged 77

Friday 21:50 GMT

Peter Tork, an accomplished musician best known as the comedic bass player and keyboarder for the 1960s US band the Monkees, died Thursday at the age of 77.

His passing was met with condolences and warm words from a number of colleagues, including a Twitter tribute from Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, who wrote: "I'm sad to hear about Peter Tork passing. Tork pursued a number of solo projects after his departure from the band, yet none of these could match his early fame.

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Source: Fox News

Peter Tork of The Monkees dead at 77, report says

Friday 16:20 GMT

What a wild and wonderful trip it has taken us!”. Tork is survived by his wife Pamela Grapes, a daughter named Hallie from his second marriage, a son named Ivan from his third marriage, a daughter named Erica from a relationship with Tammy Sustek, as well as a brother and sister.

“It is with beyond-heavy and broken hearts that we share the devastating news that our friend, mentor, teacher, and amazing soul, Peter Tork, has passed from this world,” the musician’s Facebook page posted.

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Source: The Guradian

Yola: from down and out in London to Nashville's country soul star

Friday 16:20 GMT

Her flatmate got sick and had to move out; Yola was 21, a young singer still finding her feet in London’s cut-throat music industry.

After a lifetime of feeling like an outsider, Yola believes she has finally found her people – in Americana, and Nashville, and Auerbach. The album was a collaborative process, with contributions from country and bluegrass icons including Vince Gill, Stuart Duncan and Ronnie McCoury – not to mention the hottest guitarist in Nashville right now, Molly Tuttle.

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Source: BBC

Brits 2019: The real winners and losers

Friday 08:04 GMT

"To be honest," she said, "every time I'm nominated for the Brits it already feels like I'm winning - because I'm French, baby!"

Jess Glynne's Thursday is a hymn to self-acceptance that shares its DNA with TLC's Unpretty and Christina Aguilera's Beautiful - and her staging of the song at the Brits was particularly powerful. The singer stared down the barrel of the camera, removing her fake eyelashes and wiping off eye make-up while singing the lyrics: "I won't wear makeup on Thursday / 'Cause who I am is enough".

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Source: Global News

Hollerado announces final album ‘Retaliation Vacation’

Thursday 19:05 GMT

Along with a brand new single, One Last Time, it was also revealed on Sunday afternoon that the four-piece would be calling it quits after releasing the album and conducting one final tour.

Hollerado is comprised of longtime friends Menno Versteeg (singer and guitarist), Dean Baxter (bassist), Jake Boyd (drummer) and Nixon Boyd (lead guitarist). Although many fans are sad to hear of the group’s demise, the guys wanted to make sure people knew there was no bad blood and that their decision was mutual.


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