HIGHLIGHTED MUSIC NEWS OF THE WEEK

November 23rd, 2020

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

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Kylie Minogue has announced the second single from her forthcoming album ‘Disco’ will be released this week.

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Alicia Keys was scheduled to release her latest studio album, Alicia, on March 20th of this year.

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Ronald “Khalis” Bell, the singer, songwriter and saxophonist whose group Kool & the Gang became one of the most celebrated and musically eclectic funk bands in the 1970s and beyond, died Wednesday at his U.S. Virgin Islands home at the age of 68, a rep confirmed to Rolling Stone. A cause of death was not disclosed.

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The guitarist talks about new Stones music, his ‘Goats Head Soup’ memories, and how he hopes they’ll celebrate their 60th anniversary

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Bruce Williamson, best known as the former frontman of legendary soul group The Temptations, has died aged 49.

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Neil Young has announced that he’s set to release a new EP in September.

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James Hetfield has received the most metal of honours after a newly discovered species of snake was named for the Metallica vocalist.

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Last year, Gloria Estefan went to Brazil to take care of some unfinished business. Back in 2016, at the urging of Sony Music Latin Iberia chairman Afo Verde, she had embarked on an ambitious journey to rerecord some of her biggest hits with more Brazilian beats incorporated.

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