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The weather is cooling — in some places, at least, everything is blanketed in pumpkin spice and the holiday season is coming into view once again. Naturally, then, celebrated indie/pop duo She & Him have announced a special holiday tour. A Very She & Him Christmas Party will take place in the winter months, and will find Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward delighting crowds with their elegant arrangements of holiday music classics, originals and who knows what else. Like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHI3H7mYqgc And this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVz6TCT5Bjs To date, the pair have released two full holiday albums, 2011’s A Very She & Him…

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Rod Stewart¬†recently dropped a bit of news folks weren’t exactly expecting: He’s cancer-free, after beating diagnosed with prostate cancer three years ago. This came as a bit of a surprise because Stewart hadn’t officially announced the diagnosis in the first place. Despite keeping it mostly hush-hush, the legendary singer revealed the news, as reported by the Mirror, as a means of urging other men to be proactive about their own prostate health. The Mirror reported that Stewart made this announcement at a fundraising event put on by Kenney Jones and Ronnie Wood, his old pals in the Faces: Sir Rod,…

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On Sept. 6, The Highwomen released their anticipated full-length album. The country/indie supergroup featuring Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Natalie Hemby and Amanda Shires has amassed a ton of buzz in recent months. The concept of an all-female homage to the Highwaymen, which of course featured Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson, was a strong one to pursue, and with the help of acclaimed Nashville producer Dave Cobb, the idea came to fruition. https://twitter.com/TheHighwomen/status/1173654642024222720 On Monday, it was announced that the album debuted at the top spot on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart in its first week of…

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The news on Sunday of the passing of Ric Ocasek, legendary front man and musical legend of the Cars, had passed away at the age of 75 hit the music community hard. CNN reporter Jake Tapper issued an update in the form of the New York medical examiner’s assertion that Ric Ocasek died of “heart disease, specifically of Hypertensive and Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease. Ocasek had the contributing condition of Pulmonary Emphysema.” https://twitter.com/jaketapper/status/1173680087755087872 On Monday, Ocasek’s family issued a few statements via the Cars’ social media channels, confirming that he died at home after undergoing a surgical procedure. https://twitter.com/thecarsband/status/1173664436810174467 Ocasek’s sons…

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In October, legendary prog-rock ensemble King Crimson will release a special 50th anniversary edition of In the Court of the Crimson King, the band’s 1969 album that holds a special place in the history of music — frankly, it’s one of the most important records ever made. The announcement comes as the band, fronted as ever by the visionary (and at times, challenging) band leader Robert Fripp, is out on a 50th anniversary tour,. Most of its catalog of music is now available on digital platforms, as well, as the 50th anniversary festivities were bountiful. As for this reissue, it’ll…

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Some songs just sound even better when you add some brass — and on Monday, the Interrupters unleashed their take on Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy,” one of the most popular songs from the breakout indie/pop singer, who currently dominates pretty much everything in the pop realm. Recorded live in a studio setting, the Interrupters’ cover transforms the moody original track into a bouncy ska rhythm. Watch it below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmRy-JW5aps For comparison’s sake, here’s Eilish’s original, as featured on her 2019 album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-TbQnONe_w This comes at a busy time for the Interrupters,…

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Tremendously sad news came through the wires on Sunday when it was reported that Ric Ocasek, lead singer of the Cars, has died at the age of 75. NBC New York reported that Ocasek was found unresponsive at his residence early Sunday morning: Police said they received a call around 4 p.m. for an unconscious male at a townhouse on East 19th Street. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Law enforcement sources confirmed the deceased was Ocasek. UPDATE: On Monday, Ocasek’s family shared a statement about his passing via social media. https://www.facebook.com/TheCars/photos/a.430995914928/10157464026114929/?type=3&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARChsMvRa5fUZWv5PfoRFKQxNo0LUc72iIov5GA5IwYA-yQRBEVsvNKxKtZcTDL4ePV4ld1ZEwRnYA18_06_495JsWHgQsaSe1J2TqEM_KhJGXCAzJJbQQjdGyxcqiadiMZKJy5Z6DxSr9AwQ9eZzKvsi9b4E1-sThBzOJY8k4a8bQnSMVJTfQejWfkH7SMQeuSBVf5r7ev41JjNJeByZwspQsYK3dhl343WhFSl3Savoap1WJD9NZEA70ucdr1jbmArpUNaldLjXAAd3uLZXtwGKEbJ5xUjOfwKgAqvJ-xOfkFmLwoBLxq1ARGffAAJprHGqbpmb57HoTQCYcS7COcjEYIXnD8U38f9LuNrrZFZRV6Q&__tn__=-R https://twitter.com/thecarsband/status/1173668625917468673 In 2018, Ocasek and the Cars…

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On Friday, the Goo Goo Dolls released a new studio album titled Miracle Pill. It’s the follow-up to 2016’s Boxes and is the 12th proper studio record from the band, whose principal members remain singer/guitarist Johnny Rzeznick and bassist/vocalist Robby Takac. The album was led by the title track, which adopted a decidedly more pop-oriented approach than the band’s signature blend of acoustic-rock/pop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eDFYtkUJcs At this point in the band’s career, it’s evident they’re comfortable reaching outside their comfort zone in order to do what they want with their music, which “Miracle Pill” conveys. Having been a band for more…

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It’s strange seeing Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong on stage without a guitar, but that’s how he appears in the band’s performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live from earlier this week. On Tuesday, Green Day participated in an all-out blitz of promotion when they premiered a new song, “Father Of All …” and announced the huge Hella Mega Tour for next summer alongside Weezer and Fall Out Boy, who each also premiered new songs of their own at the same time. Here’s Green Day, dressed up in some elegant clothing selections, on Kimmel giving the song its live TV…

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On Oct. 11, Stephan Jenkins and Third Eye Blind will release a new studio album titled Screamer — continuing an especially busy era for the band, which used to be noted for the lengthy gaps between albums (usually the result of band member turnover). The album comes on the heels of a big summer tour with Jimmy Eat World and Ra Ra Riot. The band recently premiered the album’s title track, and they’e since debuted a pair of additional songs. Here’s “Walk Like Kings,” officially billed as the next single from the album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT93BowUUWo That more pop-oriented number is a…

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