HIGHLIGHTED MUSIC NEWS OF THE WEEK

May 17th, 2021

The International Indigenous Music Summit is getting ready to kick off, but this time with a virtual twist.

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Joni Mitchell got personal in a rare interview about how the evolution of her music made her male counterparts feel.

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The International Indigenous Music Summit is getting ready to kick off, but this time with a virtual twist.

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Ever tried to relax after a stressful day by putting on some music - a little Mozart, some gentle jazz - or perhaps a little Natalie Imbruglia? Well, now a start-up tech company says it is proving that the right playlist can have medical benefits.

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ABBA new music will be released in 2021, confirms Björn Ulvaeus, who says the band is really united right now.

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Sir Tom Jones yesterday smashed a record set by Bob Dylan to become the oldest male to top the UK album charts.

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Sir Tom Jones knew he'd hit "the big time" before a Cilla Black concert when fangirls shred his raincoat to pieces.

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Queen were so heavily in debt before the release of 1975's A Night At The Opera, they would have been forced to split if the album had not been a success.

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Sir Paul McCartney was "shocked in a very pleasant way" by the contributions to 'McCartney III Imagined'.

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Get your tissues ready. In a new trailer for the upcoming documentary Cher & The Loneliest Elephant, the iconic singer shares the emotional story of Kaavan and what moved her to help fight for his release.

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Sony Music Publishing announced Wednesday that it acquired Paul Simon’s entire song catalog, which spans his six-decade music career.

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Communication between the brain’s auditory and reward circuits is the reason why humans find music rewarding, according to new research published in JNeurosci.

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Sophia, a robot designed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics who holds Saudi Arabian citizenship (no, really), shocked the usually unshockable art world last week by selling an NFT for 8,888.

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"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen continues the story of the singer-songwriter and Minnesota native who spent a summer trying to play music in Fargo. He eventually, of course, ended up in New York City and found mainstream success through his records.

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On Sunday March 28, Swedish group Roxette celebrate the 30th anniversary of their third album “Joyride” – the much anticipated follow-up to the band’s spectacular 1989 global break-through “Look Sharp!”.

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"Saylists" are being launched on Apple Music to help young people with speech-sound disorders.

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Tina Turner discussed the years of horrific abuse she endured during her marriage to Ike Turner as she bade farewell to her legions of fans in a new documentary.

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The soul music icon says she is legally entitled to her master recordings, referencing Prince in her tweets

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A study of “800 top songs from 2012-2019” finds that less than 23 percent of artists and less than 2 percent of producers were women

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Ottens, who also had a hand in developing the CD, helped revolutionize music consumption in the early 1960s

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On Tuesday, the country singer Dolly Parton received “a dose of her own medicine,” a shot of the Moderna vaccine

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