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Avril Lavigne Releases “Tell Me It’s Over” New Track & Music Video Out Now

Avril Lavigne Releases “Tell Me It’s Over”  New Track & Music Video Out Now
Today, Grammy-nominated, global superstar Avril Lavigne releases “Tell Me It’s Over” accompanied by the music video – premiering exclusively on YouTube – watch here. Additionally, the singer has unveiled the album’s cover art, title and track listing for her highly anticipated sixth studio album: Head Above Water, due February 15 via BMG – available for preorder now. Of the album... Read More

High School, Tegan And Sara’s First Memoir, to be Published by Mcd X Fsg In The Fall Of 2019

High School, Tegan And Sara’s First Memoir, to be Published by Mcd X Fsg In The Fall Of 2019
HIGH SCHOOL, TEGAN AND SARA’S FIRST MEMOIR, TO BE PUBLISHED BY MCD X FSG IN THE FALL OF 2019 December 11, 2018 (Burbank, CA) – High School, a memoir by Warner Bros. Records recording artists Tegan and Sara, will be published in the fall of 2019 by MCD, a division of Farrar, Straus & Giroux, alongside Simon & Schuster Canada and... Read More

‘High School Dropout’ by Neon Dreams

‘High School Dropout’ by Neon Dreams
Neon Dreams – High School Dropout Live Performance: “It’s funny how it turns around.” The new Neon Dreams single “High School Dropout” is dedicated to all of the creators and dreamers out there facing the same challenges frontman Frank Kadillac once did. During his teenage years, Frank struggled with his grades and often felt ashamed of his academic shortcomings. Believing... Read More

New Coldplay Live Album, Concert Film & Documentary Now Out

New Coldplay Live Album, Concert Film & Documentary Now Out
Coldplay are celebrating their record-breaking A Head Full Of Dreams Tour with today’s release of Live In Buenos Aires / Live In São Paulo / A Head Full Of Dreams (Film), on CD, DVD, vinyl and digital. The Live In Buenos Aires album was recorded on 15 November 2017 – the final night of the A Head Full Of Dreams... Read More

Last night Keith performed a tribute to some of the great artists that we lost in 2016. Watch it below:

Posted by Keith Urban on Sunday, January 1, 2017