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New Radicals broke up in 1999—just months after the release of their 1998 single “You Get What You Give.” On Wednesday, January 20, the band will reunite for the first time in 22 years to perform their hit single as part of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ virtual “Parade Across America” inauguration event, Rolling Stone reports. New Radicals will close the parade that takes place after the swearing-in ceremony. “If there’s one thing on Earth
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Marianne Faithfull was one of the lucky musicians who recovered from COVID-19 after contracting the virus last year, but that doesn’t mean she was left unharmed by it. In a new interview, the “As Tears Go By” singer revealed that her battle with coronavirus stripped her of her singing voice and it’s unclear if she will ever get it back. Last April, Faithfull was hospitalized in London after testing positive for COVID-19. She bounced back
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Steve Aoki is never at a loss for content, and as he continues on his 6OKI campaign, the latest drop is an absolute heater with k?d, “BIB.” The last -OKI EP was number 5 back in 2018. Since then, he’s also dropped his newest studio album, Neon Future IV. But the grind never stops and this one is an absolute must-add to any hardcore raver’s repertoire. Steve Aoki says, “My 6OKI – Rave Royale EP campaign continues with
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Exclusive Details Latin singer Chesca — an artist who was supposed to perform at Joe Biden‘s MLK Day celebration — just announced she caught the coronavirus … but the show will still go on, with her in the mix no less. Chesca took to IG to break the news Saturday, writing in Spanish that she recently attended a recording session at a studio in Miami … where one of the producers looked sick. She says
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The War on Drugs beamed into the Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform “Arms Like Boulders,” the opening track to their 2008 debut Wagonwheel Blues. The remote performance sees the band in an atypical configuration, with each member playing guitar or mandolin. Check out their latest late-night TV appearance below. In November 2020, the War on Drugs released a live album called LIVE DRUGS, featuring a cover of Warren Zevon’s “Accidentally Like a Martyr.”
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