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Facebook Agrees Major Deal With Warner Music

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Similar to a deal they struck with UMG, Facebook has now signed a new licensing agreement with Warner Music. The new deal...

The Black Keys Drummer Injured On Holiday

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It is not good news for The Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney, the musician injured himself while on holiday in the Caribbean. The hospital...

Van Halen Documentary Film On The Cards

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Bass player Michael Anthony confirmed on Instagram that a documentary about his former band, Van Halen, is in production. It is...

Queen’s 1975 Gig To Be Shown in Cinemas

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It has recently been announced that a Queen gig from Christmas 1975 is set to be shown in cinemas. Queen's Christmas Eve...

Arcade Fire & Jack White Join New Music Streaming Service...

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The launch of a new revolutionary music streaming service called 'Tidal', took place last night in New York City. The artist-owned venture...

WATCH: AC/DC Perform First Full Gig in Five Years

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Two fan-filmed video have been merged together to create a full performance of ‘Baptism By Fire’ from the band’s Coachella performance. AC/DC’s...

Metallica Drummer Lars Ulrich Discusses Their New Release Of ‘Master...

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American heavy metal band, Metallica, are hoping that their third record 'Master of Puppets' will be available nationwide in the near...

Faith No More Are Releasing Their First Album In 18...

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Faith No More plan to release their first album in over 18 years, the band officially revealed that they'll put out a...

Springsteen Puts His Music Where His Mouth Is

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He may have been ‘Born in the USA’ but the Boss has been very vocal about his long-standing antagonism with the...

On This Day In Music: The Vatican Forgave The Beatles

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At the height of their fame The Beatles enraged the Roman Catholic Church by famously declaring they were bigger than Jesus. On this day in 2010, The Vatican's official newspaper L'Osservatore Ramano published a story praising The Beatles. In a move sanctioned by Pope Benedict XVI, the Catholic Church offered the Fab Four its official seal of approval, forgiving them their various excesses and even lauding them as a “precious jewel”. The Vatican’s official newspaper, even begged the question “what would pop music have been like without the Beatles?”John Lennon famously described the band as being bigger than Jesus in 1966 – at the height of “Beatlemania”.
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