HIGHLIGHTED MUSIC NEWS OF THE WEEK

January 11th, 2021

Barry Gibb, the last remaining Bee Gee, has admitted that he feels ‘survivor’s guilt’ at outliving his younger brothers. The 74-year-old said: ‘I’m the eldest, so it should have been me first. I guess it’s a form of guilt. Survivor’s guilt.’

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ABBA will have five new songs on the market in 2021, and has pushed back their plans to do a holographic tour to support the music because of the pandemic.

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New figures from the Official Charts company have revealed that cassette sales have more than doubled in 2020.

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Tim McGraw's 16th studio album will be Here on Earth on Aug. 21, marking his first solo album in five years.

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Sir Ringo Starr claims that eating broccoli and blueberries keeps him looking young.

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Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt and more will help lead the Harvey Can't Mess With Texas benefit concert, set for September 22nd at Austin's Frank Erwin Center.

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Following the death of Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker on September 3rd, Donald Fagen wrote in his tribute to Becker that "I intend to keep the music we created together alive as long as I can with the Steely Dan band.

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The Edge announced he is raising funds to replace the instruments lost by musicians impacted Hurricane Harvey. The U2 guitarist began his charity Music Rising, in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina.

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According to founding guitarist Vernon Reid, Living Colour's new album was officially born onstage at the Apollo Theater one night back in early 2012.

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