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Bush announces deluxe 'The Kingdom' album and drive-in concerts

Bush has announced a deluxe version of the band’s new album, ‘The Kingdom.’ To celebrate they have announced a pair of drive-in concerts, set to take place November 20 and 21 in California.
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Smashed Kurt Cobain guitar from final Nirvana tour going to auction

A guitar Kurt Cobain played and subsequently smashed on stage during Nirvana’s final tour is going to auction. The instrument is a black Fender Strat, which Cobain gave to a fan in the crowd following Nirvana’s performance in Rennes, France in 1994.
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Gwen Stefani's back on 'The Voice,' armed with t-shirt cannon, new music, and a peek at Kelly's new album

Season 19 of The Voice returns tonight on NBC, and so does Gwen Stefani, who hasn’t coached the show since season 17. Because COVID-19 prohibits any physical interaction between coaches and contestants, Gwen’s had to come up with a unique workaround.
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Stevie Nicks says 'there would have been no Fleetwood Mac' if she'd had kids

She speaks from personal experience, having terminated a pregnancy in 1979 during her relationship with Don Henley. Stevie says that if she hadn’t been able to make that choice, “I’m pretty sure there would have been no Fleetwood Mac.”
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Alice Cooper excited to host virtual 'Spooky Story Time' event supporting charity for ill children

Alice Cooper says he “jumped” at the chance to host the recently announced Airbnb Online Experiences event that will feature the shock rocker reading scary stories to select paying fans via Zoom.
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Just a (diamond-certified, smash hit) album: No Doubt's 'Tragic Kingdom' turns 25

The third full-length effort from Gwen Stefani and company was released on October 10, 1995, and would go on to become one of the most iconic albums of the ‘90s.
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Billy Joel Reschedules Madison Square Garden Concerts To Late 2021/Early 2022

In an act of purest optimism, Billy Joel rescheduled his concerts that were to have taken place this past spring and summer at New York’s Madison Square Garden, moving them to September 2020 through February 2021.
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Here's How You Can Hang Out with Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament in Seattle

Hang out with Vedder and Ament as they give you a private tour of the Pearl Jam exhibit at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture, during which you’ll be able to bombard the pair with all of your questions.
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Chris Cornell Biopic Is 'Not Sanctioned' by Late Rocker's Estate

In a statement to SPIN and Pitchfork, a rep for the Cornell estate says Black Days “is not sanctioned or approved by the estate. No one contacted the estate for any information.”
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Christmas in August: Goo Goo Dolls Confirm First-Ever Holiday Album

The album will feature two new Christmas originals, as well as covers of classic holiday tunes. The whole project was recorded during lockdown and co-produced by Johnny Rzeznik.
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