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Zucchero

Remember When Zucchero and Paul Young Got Together And Had A Global Hit

by Paul Cashmere

In 1992 Italian superstar recorded a duet with Paul Young. ‘Senza una donna’ became a global hit.

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Zucchero

Zucchero Has A Lot Of Famous Friends

by Paul Cashmere

Zucchero will perform at Bluesfest 2020. Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne will have an extra chance to see one of Europe’s biggest stars.Zucchero will perform at Bluesfest 2020. Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne will have an extra chance to see one of Europe’s biggest stars.

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Abba

New Abba Music Now Due 2 ½ Years After First Being Announced

by Paul Cashmere

Abba fans will have to wait until at least September 2020 for the new music they were expecting in 2018.

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David Bowie and Ivan Kral

Ivan Kral of Patti Smith Band Dies Aged 71

by Paul Cashmere

Patti Smith Band member Ivan Kral has died at the age of 71.

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Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix Releases Statement Following Court Win Over Masters Ownership

by Paul Cashmere

Management for 23-year old DJ Martin Garrix has issued a statement following their court win after a four-year legal battle over ownership of Martin’s early recordings.

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Taylor Swift, Etihad, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Taylor Swift Joins Glastonbury’s 50th Anniversary Lineup

by Tim Cashmere

Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary just got even bigger with one of the world’s biggest superstars – Taylor Swift – joining the party.

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Roxette's Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle entertain fans at Rod Laver Arena, photo Ros O'Gorman

Per Gessle Pays Tribute To Marie Fredriksson

by Music-News.com

Roxette’s Per Gessle thanked his long-time musical partner Marie Fredriksson for their “wonderful” 40-year friendship after Marie passed away on Monday (09.12.19) at the age of 61 following a reported 17-year long battle with a brain tumour.

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Roxette's Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle entertain fans at Rod Laver Arena, photo Ros O'Gorman

Marie Fredriksson of Roxette Has Died at Age 61

by Paul Cashmere

Roxette co-founder Marie Fredriksson has died at age 61.

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Gipsy Kings

The Gipsy Kings Announce Their Bluesfest Sideshows

by Paul Cashmere

The Gipsy Kings, with original members Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo, will perform Bluesfest sideshows across Australia in April.

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Boy and Bear, music news, noise11.com

Boy & Bear Announce Massive Aussie and Kiwi Tour

by Tim Cashmere

Sydney band Boy & Bear have been making waves around the world in support of their latest album Suck On Light, but now they’re heading home for a massive 21-date tour.

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Stonefield

Stonefield Add North American Headline Dates

by Tim Cashmere

Stonefield’s incessant touring has honed their stagecraft to perfection and now they’re off to the US to show it off.

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Faith No More, music news, noise11.com

Faith No More Return To The Stage In 2020

by Tim Cashmere

Faith No More – San Francisco’s weirdest offering to the alternative music scene of the 80s and 90s – are returning to the stage in 2020 for the first time since 2015.

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Tiesto, music news, noise11.com

DJ Tiesto Marries

by Music-News.com

DJ and producer Tiesto is a married man, after exchanging vows with model Annika Backes in the Utah desert on Saturday.

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Julio Iglesias

Julio Iglesias Loses Paternity Suit

by Music-News.com

Veteran singer Julio Iglesias has lost a paternity trial, after a court determined he is the biological father of Javier Sanchez Santos.

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Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix cancels all upcoming shows due to injury

by Paul Cashmere

Dutch DJ Martin Garrix has an ankle injury and has been forced to cancel all of his upcoming shows.

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Petit Biscuit

French Producer Petit Biscuit Releases Song with JP Cooper

by Paul Cashmere

French DJ and Producer Mehdi Benjelloun (aka Petit Biscuit) has a new song featuring JP Cooper.

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Mike Patton of Faith No More and Mondo Kane

Mike Patton teams with Jean-Claude Vannier for ‘Corpse Flower’

by Paul Cashmere

Faith No More’s Mike Patton has made the album ‘Corpse Flower’ with Serge Gainsbourg collaborator Jean-Claude Vannier.

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Kate Miller-Heidke announces Helpmann Awards Nominations at Hamer Hall.

Kate Miller-Heidke Takes Ninth Place At Eurovision

by Paul Cashmere

Kate Miller-Heike did Australia proud taking ninth place at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.

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Kate Miller-Heidke announces Helpmann Awards Nominations at Hamer Hall.

Kate Miller-Heidke Eurovision Performance Is A Wild Card According to Dance Direct Algorithm

by Paul Cashmere

Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke may be the longshot with a chance at this week’s Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv according to Dance Direct.

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AQUA

Aqua Vengaboys Blue B*Witched Eiffel 65 2 Unlimited Lou Bega Are So Pop

by Paul Cashmere

Frontier Touring have flicked through the FOX FM playlists of the 90s and gathered together the cheesiest line-up to ever hit Australia.

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Netta Barzilai

Netta Barzilai Wins Eurovision 2018 For Israel | Jessica Mauboy Comes 20th

by Paul Cashmere

The 2018 winner of Eurovision is Israel represented by singer Netta Barzilai.

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Europe

Europe To Tour Australia For First Time

by Noise11.com

Europe’s ‘The Final Countdown’ album reached no 3 on the Australian chart in 1986. The title track reached no 2. 32 years on, the band will tour Australia fir the very first time.

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DAB radio

Europe Begins Phase-Out Of FM Radio

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Technology keeps marching on, leaving many of us behind and confused. Standard televisions are now HD TVs and they’ll soon be replaced by 4K models. Vinyl went to CDs which went to digital (and, to some extent back to vinyl). Movies went Beta/VHS to VHS only to DVD to Blu-Ray to digital. Each new iteration

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Brian Johnson, AC/DC 2010 - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

AC/DC Start European Tour In Netherlands SETLIST

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

AC/DC are officially back on the road with the first show in their Rock or Bust World Tour.

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Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan Set Euro Dates, Adds US Dates

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Bob Dylan will be traveling to the U.K. and Europe this fall for a series of shows.

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Demis Roussos music news

R.I.P. Demis Roussos 1946-2015

by Music-News.com

Greek legend and singer Demis Roussos has died at aged 68 at the Hygeia Hospital in Athens.

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iTunes Logo

iTunes Introduces 14-Day Return Policy In Europe

by Paul Cashmere

Apple has introduced a 14-day return policy for iTunes sales in Europe to come into line with new laws governing online sales in the territory and the changes have the music industry worried.

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Nicki Minaj photo by Gerry Nicholls

Nicki Minaj Sets European Dates For 2015

by Music-News.com

Nicki Minaj will launch The Pinkprint Tour in Europe starting March 16th 2015 at The Globe in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Royksopp The Inevitable End

Royksopp To Release One More Album

by Music-News.com

Royksopp have one more album in them and then no longer use the format.

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse, The Plenary, Melbourne, Australia, Noise11,Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Neil Young Reintroduces Greendale Song Into Set

by Paul Cashmere

Neil Young has added ‘Be The Rain’ from his 2003 concept album ‘Greendale’ back into his European set for the first time in 10 years.

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