HIGHLIGHTED MUSIC NEWS OF THE WEEK

April 20th, 2021

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

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The Recording Academy knows when to hold ’em, where it’s fun to stay and that there’s a choice we’re making. Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler,” Village People’s “Y.M.C.A.” and USA for Africa’s benefit single “We Are the World” are among the 29 songs and albums added to the Grammy Hall of Fame today.

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The real stories behind the King of Pop’s spooky mini-movie

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The songwriters behind some of the UK's biggest hit singles "are driving Ubers" to make ends meet, MPs have been told. Fiona Bevan, who has written songs for One Direction, Steps and Lewis Capaldi, said many writers were struggling because of the way streaming services pay royalties.

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Universal Music purchased his entire songwriting catalog of more than 600 songs in what may be the biggest acquisition ever of a single act’s publishing rights.

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Brian May, the legendary guitarist of Queen, has launched a new range of vegan-friendly merchandise for Christmas.

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Ann Wilson has revealed in a new interview that a Heart biopic, written and directed by Carrie Brownstein, is in the works.

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Artificial intelligence is giving composers new tools for composing and collaborating, but some see a downside.

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This month marks a milestone anniversary for Feliciano's iconic song "Feliz Navidad."

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Dolly Parton has explained why she has no plans to retire from music in a new interview.

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Following in the tradition of pop artists such as the Eagles, Lionel Richie,Elton John and evenMotley Crue linking with country acts to re-imagine their catalogs, the Bee Gees are the latest to draw from the deep country well of talent.

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In honor of Houston's Rock Hall induction, we're celebrating our staff picks for her 25 greatest songs.

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Mick Jagger celebrated the future of the United States with a message on Twitter on Saturday (Nov. 7).

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The First Billboard: All That Was 'New, Bright and Interesting On the Boards'

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Bruce Springsteen makes Official Chart history this week as he scores his 12th Number 1 album with Letter To You.

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The lead singer of US rock band Blondie has announced that they will be crossing the pond to play ten dates in cities around the UK in November.

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Google Search now supports finding songs when users hum their melodies, as well as using machine learning to better understand typos and misspellings.

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Just days after what would have been his 80th birthday, the late Beatles legend is challenging for the crown with Gimme Some Truth (Apple Corps), a new hits collection produced by his widow Yoko and son Sean.

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An iconic song by Fleetwood Mac is soaring up the Australian charts thanks to a TikTok video showing a man 'vibin' on a skateboard.

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Johnny Nash, a singer-songwriter and performer of the million-selling anthem I Can See Clearly Now, has died at the age of 80.

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Queen are on course for their first UK Number 1 in almost 25 years with their new release with Adam Lambert.

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