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The Allman Brothers Band’s Dickey Betts Dies at 80

Dickey Betts, a guitarist and co-founder of the Allman Brothers Band, died at home in Osprey, Florida, this morning (April 18), Rolling Stone reports. The cause was cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Betts’ manager David Spero

Alice Glass Releases New Cover of the Smashing Pumpkins’ “Drown”: Listen

Alice Glass has shared a cover of the Smashing Pumpkins’ 1992 cut “Drown.” Glass recorded the rendition with producer and longtime collaborator Jupiter Keyes. The original Smashing Pumpkins song appeared on the soundtrack to Cameron Crowe’s Seattle-based

The Smile’s Tom Skinner Announces New Live Album, Shares Song: Listen

In 2022, Tom Skinner of the Smile released the solo album Voices of Bishara. He’s now readying a live album called Voices of Bishara Live at “Mu”. The full-length arrives on May 10, via International Anthem, and

Fontaines D.C. Announce New Album Romance, Share Video for New Song “Starburster”: Watch

Fontaines D.C. have signed to XL for a new album, Romance, set for release on August 23. The announcement comes with a new single, “Starburster”; check out the Aube Perrie–directed video, in which a wounded Grian Chatten

Graeme Naysmith, Guitarist in Dream-Pop Band Pale Saints, Has Died

Graeme Naysmith, the guitarist of dream-pop band Pale Saints, died on April 4, the band’s record label, 4AD, confirmed. His age and cause of death were not given. Pale Saints formed in Leeds in the late 1980s,

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan Announce North American Arena Tour

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan have announced a joint North American arena tour. The “1999” and “2099” collaborators will play shows together in September and October. Joining them on tour is special guest Shygirl. See the dates

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan Announce North American Arena Tour

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan have announced a joint North American arena tour. The “1999” and “2099” collaborators will play shows together in September and October. Joining them on tour is special guest Shygirl. See the dates

Celebrated Composer Richard Horowitz Dies at 75

Richard Horowitz, the composer and pianist who won a Golden Globe Award for his soundtrack, with Ryuichi Sakamoto, to The Sheltering Sky, died in Marrakesh, Morocco, on Saturday, April 13, according to a post on the Instagram

Celebrated Composer Richard Horowitz Dies at 75

Richard Horowitz, the composer and pianist who won a Golden Globe Award for his soundtrack, with Ryuichi Sakamoto, to The Sheltering Sky, died in Marrakesh, Morocco, on Saturday, April 13, according to a post on the Instagram

Live Nation to Face Antitrust Lawsuit From Justice Department: Report

Live Nation Entertainment may face an antitrust lawsuit from the Justice Department as soon as next month, The Wall Street Journal reports. The agency began investigating the Ticketmaster parent for potential abuses of power in 2022, amid