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Ambrosia Keyboardist David Cutler Lewis Dies

He was a member of the group in the late ’70s/early ’80s, and played on their 1980 pop hit, “Biggest Part of Me.” He later won a Grammy with another band

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Prog Band, Caravan, Gets 37-Disc Deluxe Box Set

All the official Canterbury U.K. band’s studio and live albums are joined by 11 discs of previously unreleased live performances, and much more

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Lindsey Buckingham Sets New Solo Album and Tour

“I wanted to make a pop album, but I also wanted to make stops along the way with songs that resemble art more than pop,” Buckingham says.

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Doobie Brothers Reunion Tour with Michael McDonald Set For 2021-2022

Their big 50th anniversary celebration had been postponed for 15 months. Since the tour was first announced, they were finally inducted into the Rock Hall

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Sinéad O’Connor Retracts Retirement Statement

While promoting her new memoir, Rememberings, the controversial singer-songwriter says she succumbed to a “knee jerk” reaction to an interviewer

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Boz Scaggs Sets 2021 Tour

In 2019, the beloved singer, songwriter and guitarist had postponed his Out of the Blues tour due to undisclosed health reasons

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Judas Priest Sets U.S. Dates For ’50 Heavy Metal Years’ Tour

The trailblazing band will be celebrating a big anniversary. Despite their influence, they continue to be snubbed by the Rock Hall

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Bruce Springsteen Returning for Limited Broadway Run

Springsteen earned a Special Tony Award for the performances, which were later adapted into a film and a soundtrack album.

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Eagles Add New ‘Hotel California’ Tour Dates

The band has announced new dates for the concerts. They perform their 1976 album in its entirety with an orchestra, followed by a hits set

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New York City Planning ‘Mega-Concert’ to Celebrate ‘Homecoming Week’

“It’s going to be an amazing lineup,” said Mayor Bill deBlasio. “The whole week is going to be like nothing you’ve ever seen before in New York City.”

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