Barbara Ann Alston, co-founder and lead singer of the hit-making Sixties girl group the Crystals, died February 16th in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was 74.
The singer's family told the Charlotte Observer that Alston died at a Charlotte hospital following a two-week battle with the
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Prince's Paisley Park have announced the details for Celebration 2018, the second annual four-day gathering at the music icon's Chanhassen, Minnesota complex.
Taking place April 19th to 22nd, Celebration 2018 "will welcome
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Neil Young has detailed his upcoming archival live album Roxy – Tonight's the Night Live, a collection of the rocker's performances at the Los Angeles venue in 1973.
Recorded between September 20th and 22nd, 1973 alongside Young's backing band the Santa Monica Flyers, the album boasts the live
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A couple of years ago, Lucy Dacus was a 19-year-old indie-rock songwriter with a day job working in a Richmond, Virginia photo lab – the kind of person who was happy to kill a Friday night by tucking into a Russian novel. So she needed to do some adjusting when her debut LP, 2016's No Burden, touched off a 20-plus-label bidding war and two years of constant touring.
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Various Artists, Concert for George
To honor what would have been the late Beatle's 75th birthday, the 2002 concert saluting his memory makes its debut on streaming services. (It's also being reissued on LP and in a limited-edition boxed
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Grammy-nominated rapper Logic released his first new song of the year, "44 More." You in the club throwing dollars/ But I'm savin' mine so my kids go to college," he raps over an 808 beat laced with skittering hi-hats and synths.
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Ahead of their final tour, Slayer launched a docuseries that will look back on their nearly four decades of aggression. The first installment focuses on the band's formation and early years.
"I found [guitarist Jeff Hanneman] auditioning for another band at some warehouse," recalls guitarist Kerry King,
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