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Nils Petter Nilsson/Getty Images New bronze sculptures celebrating The Rolling Stones‘ Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have been unveiled in their hometown of Dartford, Kent, England, The Guardian reports. The statues, which are being called The Glimmer Twins, were unveiled Wednesday, August 9, at One Bell Corner, which is close to the town center. Richards’ daughter Angela and granddaughter Ava were on hand. Read More →

Frontiers Music Srl Night Ranger is giving fans a taste of their live show with the new live album 40 Years and a Night with Contemporary Youth Orchestra, dropping October 20. The album captures the band’s November 9, 2022, performance at Key Bank State Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio. As the titleRead More →

Trafalgar Releasing ABBA fans will want to head to movie theaters in September for a special two-night screening of the band’s 1977 mockumentary, ABBA: The Movie. The film, originally released in Sweden and Australia, was directed by Lasse Hallström. It follows ABBA on an Australian tour, with a subplot about a country DJ going to great lengths toRead More →

Columbia Records August 8, 1983, brought a surprise for Billy Joel fans: a brand-new album, which came less than a year after his previous release, 1982’s The Nylon Curtain. An Innocent Man was a tribute to the music that Billy had loved as a teenager, like Motown, R&B, doo wop and The Four Seasons. HeRead More →

Motown/UMe The 50th anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s classic album Let’s Get It On will be celebrated with a new deluxe edition of the album, dropping digitally on August 25. The expanded edition will include 33 bonus tracks, 18 of which have never been released before. The bonus material consists of unheard mixes from the six-monthsRead More →

Rhino/Warner Records Van Halen is revisiting the Sammy Hagar years with a new box set. The Collection II, dropping October 6, will feature newly remastered versions of the band’s four #1 albums with Hagar – 1986’s 5150, 1988’s OU812, 1991’s For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge and 1995’s Balance. It will also include a fifth album, Studio Rarities 1989-2004, featuring eightRead More →

On This day, August 9, 1995… The original KISS lineup — Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss — reunited at Sony Music Studios in New York to record MTV Unplugged. The show was the first and only time all original members performed together without wearing their iconic stage makeup. The performance also included Eric Singer and Bruce Kulick, making itRead More →

Austin Hartgroves Looking for Labor Day weekend plans? Boyz II Men is heading up Fontainebleau’s famed LIV nightclub in Miami Beach on Friday, September 1.  The Grammy-winning group, responsible for top ’90s songs “On Bended Knee” and “I’ll Make Love to You,” will make their third BleauLive appearance as they host an intimate nightRead More →

Sony Music Entertainment One of James Taylor’s classic albums is getting a new vinyl reissue. The singer’s 1979 studio album, Flag, will be getting a limited-edition reissue by Music on Vinyl. Only 1,000 copies of the new pink-colored vinyl will be available on September 1 courtesy of Music on Vinyl. It will beRead More →

Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico, Inc. (CAASNM,) is a non-profit organization that works with people of limited resources to increase their independence and quality of life.  We are a team-oriented workplace that collaborates with many community groups to help people become self-sufficient and empowered to pursue their futureRead More →