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Queen’s Music Coming To TikTok

Queen’s musical legacy is going to be celebrated on TikTok. Some of the band’s biggest hits are now on the video sharing app for the first time… and to celebrate, the app has launched a new hashtag challenge encouraging fans to sing along.

Tower Records Is Back As An Online Store

Tower Records is making a comeback. Nearly 14 years after closing its doors and declaring bankruptcy, the iconic music store chain has announced its return as an online service.

Joe Walsh Announces A-List Lineup For Virtual Vets Aid

As we previously told you, over the summer Joe Walsh was forced to cancel his annual VetsAid concert because of the pandemic, and promised he would try and put on a virtual event over the holidays. Well, now he’s come through with that promise.

Lindsey Buckingham Announces Home Livestream

Lindsey Buckingham will perform for fans next month, despite coronavirus stopping him from hitting a real stage. He’s announced an intimate livestream concert happening from his home studio in Los Angeles on December 5th.

Jimmy Buffett Shares New Take On “Delaney Talks To Statues”

Jimmy Buffett is revisiting some of his old songs. The singer just dropped a new version of the 1994 track “Delaney Talks to Statues,” one of several songs that will appear on Jimmy’s upcoming album “Songs You Don’t Know By Heart,” which drops November 27th

Elton John Shares Previously Unreleased Track

As we told youElton John will release his new box “Elton: Jewel Box” on Friday, featuring 148 songs, including 60 previously unreleased tracks. Well, now he’s giving fans another taste of one of those tracks. 

A New Class Has Been Inducted Into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame

The 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony finally happened over the weekend, after being postponed due to the coronavirus. This year’s class included: Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, the Notorious B.I.G. and T. Rex, and non-performers Irving Azoff and Jon Laudau.

Rick Astley Joins TikTok

Rick Astley has just found a new way to Rickroll all of us. The singer is the latest artist to join TikTok, where many users have actually rickrolled others by tricking them into thinking another song is about to play and then playing Rick’s hit “Never Gonna Give You Up.”

Dave Matthews Covers Buffalo Springfield Classic

Dave Matthews covered a classic tune in honor of Election Day this week. The singer performed a cover of the Buffalo Springfield track “For What It’s Worth,” which was written by Stephen Stills and released in 1966.

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