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Bowie To Be Honored On London’s Music Walk Of Fame

David Bowie is about to take his place on London’s Music Walk of Fame. One of the best-selling musicians of all time, Bowie will receive a stone record inlaid into the pavement near Camden Town tube station in London, where acts like Amy Winehouse, The Who, Soul2Soul, and Madness are already honored.

Cher Has Thoughts About Dua Lipa Comparisons

Cher is certainly one of a kind and she has some issues with other artists being compared to her. Case in point, the singer felt the need to respond after someone on Twitter compared Dua Lipa to her. 

Michael Jackson Wanted To Star As Morpheus In “The Sandman”

Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” is airing on Netflix now, but it could have looked a whole lot different if a certain King of Pop had his way. While appearing on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast, Gaiman revealed that Michael Jackson expressed a desire to play Morpheus in a TV adaption of the comic book back in the nineties. 

Rolling Stones Release 4K Version Of “We Love You”

Earlier this month, the Rolling Stones released two 4K videos for “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” and now they’ve taken it up a notch. The band has released a 4K version of the promo film for their 1967 single “We Love You,” which is the first time the video has officially been made available online.

Yes Announce U.S. Dates For 50th Anniversary “Close To The Edge” Tour

Yes is hitting the road this fall to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their classic album “Close To The Edge,” which consists of three tracks, that span almost 39 minutes. The trek is set to kick off with a two-night stand, October 7th and 8th, in Glenside, Pennsylvania,  wrapping November 19th in Westbury, New York. 

ABBA To Extends “ABBA Voyage” Until 2025

The popular ABBA show “ABBA Voyage” is already sold out through next May but fans who were unable to snag tickets may have a second chance. According to “The Sun,” the event, in which avatars of the band perform alongside a live band and backup singers, will now be extended until Spring 2026. 

The Who Announce North American Tour

The Who are back on the road in North America this fall with a 30-date tour, with 16 of those stops in October and November and the rest in the spring of 2023. As they were on their last tour, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will be joined on stage by their live band and a local orchestra at every show.

Companion Album To David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream” Announced

With the new David Bowie documentary “Moonage Daydream” headed to theaters on September 16th, fans are getting more Bowie than they bargained for with the announcement of a companion album for the film. The album will feature songs from the late musician’s career, including previously unheard material, dialogue from Bowie, and new mixes of classics.

Crowded House Postpone U.S. Tour

Crowded House will not be heading out on tour as planned. The group just announced that they have to postpone the tour because of their drummer Elroy Finn’s back issues.

Rolling Stones Remember Charlie Watts On One-Year Anniversary Of His Death

Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of Rolling Stone drummer Charlie Watts’ death and the band paid tribute to him on social media. The group posted a tribute video to their late drummer, captioning it, “One year on without our beloved Charlie. Remembering him and all the incredible things he achieved in his life.”

Michael Jackson’s Family Unhappy Harry Styles Named “New King Of Pop”

There’s no doubt Harry Styles is hot at the moment, but the family of Michael Jackson is taking issue with a recent article that dubbed him the new “King of Pop.” In a recent “Rolling Stone UK” article, they referred to Harry as the new “King of Pop,” a name usually used for Jackson, and the late singer’s nephew took issue with it.

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