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 Bay Area punk/rock legends Green Day premiered another new song from its upcoming album, Father of All Motherfuckers, on Wednesday — and “Fire, Ready, Aim” picks up where the first song left off. Namely — it’s a quick-blast of a jam, running shorter than two minutes, front man Billie Joe Armstrong shouting lyrics to a bouncy beat with hand claps, vocal hooks and all: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaKMuFWMkRs “Fire Ready Aim” comes with this message from the band: How many trolls does it take to screw in a lightbulb? The answer is Fire Ready Aim! A new tune for the loons! This song…

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You have to hand it to Ozzy Osbourne, who, in the face of a number of obnoxious debilitating injuries and medical scares over the past year or so, retains his fiercely original perspective when dealing with it all. On Wednesday, the Prince of Darkness posted a video on his social media pages announcing that, yet again, he’s had to postpone some tour dates while he continues recovering. In typically Ozzy fashion, he does so with a number of expletives, making note that, “I’m not dying, I am recovering, but it’s just taking a little bit longer than everyone expected.” https://twitter.com/OzzyOsbourne/status/1181967388591316992…

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Today, October 9, is the date that John Lennon would have celebrated his 79th birthday, were he still alive. https://twitter.com/thebeatles/status/1181842013731397633 Even though he’s gone, and has been since 1980, his presence still remains — such is the endurance of his spirit, musical vision and cultural significance. https://twitter.com/johnlennon/status/1181815453783642114 All around social media, remembrances of Lennon and tributes to the man known as much for his contributions to the Beatles as his fiercely original solo material and personality were shared from his peers, colleagues, friends and fans. https://twitter.com/PaulMcCartney/status/1181963635847045120 https://twitter.com/ringostarrmusic/status/1182013204693577728 Today also marks the 44th birthday of John’s son, Sean Lennon, which prompted…

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The music world is already looking forward to a new album from The Cure, which could perhaps be released before the new year — but Robert Smith says he and his band have plenty more where that came from. In a new interview with Zocalo, the front man revealed that he has put together three separate albums for the Cure; “Actually I have prepared three albums, two of them more advanced. The first will be the one that we will release very soon. I think that the first single, or the whole album, will come out this Christmas, or a…

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Fred Rogers was beloved by millions, his storytelling and gentle presence a familiar comfort on television sets across the country on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, which began airing in 1962 and went on to be one of the most cherished programs in history. Rogers’ life and the show left such an indelible mark on society that he has become something of a legend over the years. His legacy was the focus of a fantastic 2018 documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and, now, a star-studded tribute album bringing back several of the songs featured on the program. Thank You, Mister Rogers…

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Paul McCartney hit it big with his 2018 album Egypt Station — it was his first album to debut at the No. 1 spot in the United States since 1982’s Tug of War, and was a great set of tunes. On Nov. 22, Sir Paul will premiere two songs from the album sessions that didn’t make the cut — titled “Home Tonight” and “In a Hurry,” the tracks will premiere digitally before a special limited-edition double A-side picture disc vinyl on Nov. 29, otherwise known as Record Store Day Black Friday. The two songs getting special treatment here were recorded…

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Anybody who might have seen Eagles’ recent run of Las Vegas Hotel California concerts and hoped it meant a full tour was coming — congratulations! On Tuesday, the esteemed classic rock band announced a big tour for 2020 that will find the legendary musicians — Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Deacon Frey and Vince Gill — performing the Hotel California album in its entirety each night (backed by an orchestra and choir), in addition to a second Greatest Hits set. From the news release: The band recently performed three sold-out performances of the iconic album Hotel California in…

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This Friday, Oct. 11, Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth will release her first solo album, No Home Record. Gordon has done a lot over the years, releasing music and art with a variety of projects, but not — yet — an solo album. On Monday, Gordon premiered a single from the record, a jangly cut named “Hungry Baby”: https://open.spotify.com/album/7y0FXbTyTXizY3u5pw7Ybm?si=poArp-_wR42X9_86xoSfWA It comes after the recent premiere of the song “Sketch Artist,” which had a music video depicting Gordon as a rideshare driver cruising around Los Angeles in a dark, twisted little clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJl_9a6dp4g Some insight about the album via its news…

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On Oct. 25, Neil Young with Crazy Horse will release a new album, Colorado, the ensemble’s first since 2012. The album was previewed recently with the track “Milky Way,” and a second pre-release song was also premiered in advance of the record. Here’s “Rainbow of Colors”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggjGyxWIfIQ And “Milky Way”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_-9qcbuLcA In addition to the songs, Neil Young’s social channels posted a brief behind-the-scenes video about the making of the album, too: https://twitter.com/NeilYoungNYA/status/1181267912062992384 Word about the album, originally posted at the Neil Young Archives site: “The first track from COLORADO, our next Crazy Horse album, is coming out this month. Billy,…

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R.E.M. called it quits in 2011, leaving many to wonder if front man Michael Stipe would embark on a solo career — and eight years later, he has premiered a new single, “Your Capricious Soul.” The song showed up over the weekend, and is his first piece of solo music ever released and the first we’ve heard from him since 2011, when the iconic band went its separate ways. https://vimeo.com/363045051 The song is available for download from Michael Stipe’s website, with proceeds benefiting Extinction Rebellion, an activist group working to combat the effects of climate change. More, from the news…

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