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Dove ShoreSheryl Crow recently re-released her 2012 B-side “Woman in the White House,” updated for 2020. Now, she’s released a video to go along with it. The clip shows footage of Sheryl singing and walking near the White House and the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., intercut with footage ofRead More →

Courtesy of Morrison Hotel GalleryA star-studded virtual music festival called (De)Tour, which will raise money to aid artists, crew members and independent venues and promoters affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, will take place this Saturday, August 15. The daylong event, which will be streamed at RollingLiveStudios.com starting at 1 p.m.Read More →

Courtesy of Julien’s AuctionsSome of the biggest names in music have donated personal items to an auction that will allow MusiCares — the charitable foundation of the Recording Academy — to help music industry professionals whose livelihoods have been devastated by COVID-19. Elton John, U2‘s Bono, The Bee Gees, CarlosRead More →

Fin Costello/RedfernsMartin Birch, a record producer and engineer who worked on albums by rock heavyweights including Fleetwood Mac, Deep Purple, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Whitesnake, Blue Öyster Cult and Iron Maiden, died Sunday at the age of 71. Birch’s passing was announced in a Twitter post by Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale,Read More →

Burak Cingi/RedfernsA concert planned for September in Germany will be that country’s first real test of whether or not it’s safe to hold large-scale live music events — and Bryan Adams has offered himself up as the headliner. The outdoor concert, dubbed Give Live a Chance!, will take place atRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for dcpMadonna is on the loose after cutting ties with Interscope, her home of nearly a decade. Billboard reports that the “Ray of Light” singer originally signed with Interscope in 2011 and released three albums under the label — 2012’s MDNA, 2015’s Rebel Heart and her most recent work Madame X.  AllRead More →

UMeThe Go-Go’s will perform their new single, “Club Zero,” today as part a livestream event called The 19th Represents: 2020 Virtual Summit. The virtual conference spotlights women who are making important contributions to U.S. culture and politics, and marks the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which gave women to rightRead More →

Courtesy of Live NationDozens of well-known music artists are coming together virtually for an online benefit special called Six String Salute taking place September 17, that will raise money for Live Nation’s Crew Nation relief fund aiding live music crews who have lost work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AmongRead More →

Robin Little/RedfernsBritish Invasion singer Wayne Fontana, who with his band The Mindbenders scored a #1 hit in 1965 with “The Game of Love,” died on August 6, Billboard reports. He was 74. Fontana’s passing was confirmed in a tweet from the U.K.’s Chimes International agency on behalf of Wayne’s family,Read More →