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Riding high after the release of their highly-regarded new album We’re All Gonna Die, Los Angeles-based indie/rock outfit Dawes plan to take the whole thing national in 2017. On Monday, the band announced a big 50-date tour beginning on January 10 in San Diego and wrapping up on May 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Billed as ‘An Evening with Dawes,’ this tour looks to be a must-see for fans of the band, now well into their career. The band also paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live to play a couple of new tunes, here’s “Quitter”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgycew76BLg And here’s their…

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Tom Chaplin, the voice of the East Sussex, England, keyboard-dominant alt-pop band Keane, has issued his first stateside solo single, “Quicksand.” The song will be on Chaplin’s debut solo CD, The Wave, when it hits the US January 13, 2017. The Wave came out in the UK in October. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8W8IBS2fVg Chaplin’s solo turn comes three years after Keane’s most recent CD, The Best of Keane. Just as that CD was coming out rumors were rampant that Keane would be splitting up, but Chaplin quelled those rumors quickly, telling Real Radio Yorkshire that they weren’t ending, but rather that the members were…

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Sting released his anticipated new rock/pop album, 57th & 9th, on November 11. Keeping the promotional train running in conjunction with the album’s release, he also announced a string of tour dates for fall 2017 that will carry him and his band across North America and parts of Europe. More about the tour and its participating musicians, from the press release: On the 57th & 9th Tour, Sting will be joined by a 3-piece band including his longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller, plus Josh Freese (drums) and Rufus Miller (guitar). Special guests include singer/songwriter Joe Sumner as well as San Antonio-based…

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Acclaimed and revered singer/songwriter/session musician Leon Russell has died at the age of 74, it was announced on his Facebook page Sunday morning. His wife reported that Russell passed in his sleep: A post on his official site shared more details: Leon Russell died on Nov. 13, 2016 in Nashville at the age of 74. His wife said that he passed away in his sleep. The Master Of Space And Time was a legendary musician and songwriter originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma who performed his gospel-infused southern boogie piano rock, blues, and country music for over 50 years. Leon was inducted…

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Because nobody in the Foo Fighters is ever *really* taking a break, even if their main band takes an official timeout, Taylor Hawkins has unleashed a new mini-LP today titled Kota. Led by the ferocious pre-release track “Range Rover Bitch,” Kota is another entry to Hawkins’ ever-growing list of solo material — and he is the principal musician on everything you hear on Kota, too. Stream it below via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0NpLbHiynJPixcHeGdd2Kb Fans interested in a physical copy of the mini-LP can snatch up a vinyl edition at Hawkins’ official store. The Foo Fighters are presumably going to get back to…

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On August 31, Sting released a solo single titled “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You,” a track that was quite intriguing to fans of his work with the Police. Today, Sting’s new album, 57th & 9th, was released, and those who dug its lead single should be equally satisfied with the record itself. Give it a listen below via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/2mcQg5lM1KfhVZCte8PkhD He also paid a visit to the Today Show on Friday for a quick interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkTwkPpqPLQ As well as a performance of “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You”: “One Fine Day”: And the Police classic “Next To You”:

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Leonard Cohen has passed away at the age of 82. His Facebook page broke the sad news on Thursday evening: Cohen just released a new album, You Want It Darker, back in October. Needless to say, his death leaves a massive void in the music world, as he’s attained a near universal reverence for his work as an artist, musician, poet, and thinker. He will be missed. Rest in peace. More on this as the story develops…

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The unparalleled career of Neil Young will be commemorated in a fantastic new photography exhibit being put together by the Morrison Hotel Gallery, and just in time for Young’s 71st birthday on November 12. Titled “Long May You Run,” this exhibit will make an appearance at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Los Angeles (running from November 11 to November 16), New York City (on December 2) and at Fleetwood’s General Store in Maui, Hawaii on January 13, 2017. The exhibit will feature photographs from throughout the decades, including the work of some very notable photographers. From the press release: The photographers…

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British indie/pop outfit The xx will return on January 13 with a new album titled I See You. The news was announced on Thursday morning, and with it came a catchy new song called “On Hold”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_oA9UmRd4I Recorded between March 2014 and August 2016 in locations across the globe, I See You will be The xx’s third full-length and first since 2012’s Coexist, so it’s been some time since they released some new music. What’s more, the group’s first two records sold a combined 3 million copies, so I See You comes with heightened expectations, for sure. The LP was…

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For roughly the past week or so, something called the #MannequinChallenge has become somewhat of a viral sensation across social media circles. As its name might suggest, it’s a short video featuring people staging a scene as if they were mannequins, and most of them are set to the Rae Sremmurd song “Black Beatles.” It’s unclear just what started this new trend but it’s led to some solid results — and has even reached the mind of Sir Paul McCartney, who posted this early Thursday morning: https://twitter.com/PaulMcCartney/status/796723111710298112 That’s an inspired take, Sir Paul! For reference, here’s another standout one from…

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