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ABC/Heidi GutmanAfter over a month off, Billie Joe Armstrong has brought back his “No Fun Mondays” covers series with a performance of the 1971 John Lennon protest song “Gimme Some Truth.” As the Green Day frontman explains, he first heard “Gimme Some Truth” performed by the ’70s punk band GenerationRead More →

Mary McCartney/MPL Communications; J.RosePaul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and Rod Stewart are are among the 1,500 people and groups who’ve signed a letter asking the U.K. government to support the live music industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The letter, addressed to the U.K.’s Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media andRead More →