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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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Sheryl Crow Urges Women to Take Breast Cancer Screening Seriously Amid COVID-19

It’s been 14 years since the 58-year-old singer was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer, and she says early detection played such a large role in her battle with the disease.
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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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Chris Cornell Family 'Heartbroken' Over Vandalized Seattle Statue

That statue is located outside Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture. It was unveiled in October 2018 during a ceremony attended by Chris’ three children Lily, Toni and Christopher, and his Soundgarden band mates Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd.
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Listen To Bishop Briggs Cover 'We Will Rock You'

The “River” singer recorded the Queen classic “We Will Rock You” for the cosmetic brand Make Up For Ever’s Rouge Artist campaign. “Freedom, to me, means having an open dialogue about what’s going on in the world,” Bishop says.
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Jefferson Starship Taking Part in Livestream Event Coinciding with Release Of New EP

In addition to the new material featured on ‘Mother of the Sun,’ the EP includes “Don’t Be Sad Anymore,” a song co-written by the late Jefferson Starship singer Marty Balin and the group’s current keyboardist Chris Smith.
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Pink Says She's Thankful 'God Gave Me Thunder Thighs'

The “What About Us” singer, who has regularly shut-down body shamers over the years, unabashedly showed off what her muscular legs are capable of doing when put to work on the open water.
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Aretha Franklin, Gloria Estefan, Dolly Parton Make 'USA Today' List of the '100 Women of the Century'

In the “entertainment” section, the late Queen of Soul, the Cuban-American Pop singer and the Country superstar were picked alongside several other notable music artists, including Celia Cruz, Queen Latifah, Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone.
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