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Madonna Jokes About Crutches in New Topless Instagram Post

The Queen of Pop left little to the imagination as she posted a topless selfie with the caption “everyone has a crutch.” She is currently in the process of recovering from knee surgery and gave fans an update on Instagram.
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Where You Can Watch Drive-In Concerts Across the Country

Here’s a look at where drive-in concerts are taking places across the country and how you can watch them. With social distancing efforts in place and large gatherings prohibited for the foreseeable future, artists have started making plans to do so.
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U.K. Music Venues Get Government Aid, Is the U.S. Next?

The U.K. music industry received a much needed boost as the government has announced a stimulus package of £1.57 billion ($1.96 billion USD) geared towards aiding those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Composer Ennio Morricone Dies at 91: A Look at His Impact Across Music

Morricone was one of the most prolific film score writers in the history of the industry having received six nominations for Best Original Score throughout his career. He won his first Academy Award in 2016 for his score to The Hateful Eight.
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9 of the Biggest Concerts in American History

From rock, to pop, to country, here are nine of the biggest concerts in American history. For this list, we’ll use ticketed concerts that featured one artist as the headlining act.
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15 Songs for a Red, White, and Blue Playlist

Well instead of the traditional Fourth of July BBQ playlist we’ve curated a list of songs that hit the terms “red”, “white” and “blue” but each song itself is not dedicated to celebrating any national holidays.
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Vanilla Ice Cancels Texas Concert After Pushback Over Coronavirus Concerns

The concert will take place at the Emerald Point Bar & Grill. The venue will have a capacity of 2,500 people for this event, down from its normal 4,000 person capacity.
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Paul McCartney and More Seek to Protect the Live Music Industry With #LetTheMusicPlay Campaign

Over 1,500 artists are taking part in the UK’s #LetTheMusicPlay campaign demanding action from the government to help save the music industry.
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The 10 Best Selling Albums of 2020… So Far

As we step into the second half of 2020, let’s take a look at the best selling albums of the year. This list is comprised of traditional album sales in the United States.
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Arkansas Department of Health Issues Cease and Desist Order to Upcoming 'Socially-Distanced' Concert

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announced at a news conference that the Arkansas Department of Health will issue a cease and desist order to TempleLive directing them not to hold their upcoming concert with Travis McCready.
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