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Radiohead, The 1975 And David Bowie Nominated For Mercury Prize | Music News

  Which album is going to be the best British album of 2016? Since 1992, a group of British critics and industry insiders award the Mercury Prize once a year. The 2016 shortlist was announced last week:   “Bowie received a posthumous nod for his Blackstar album, and Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool earned the band a record fifth nomination[…]

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Debut Album Of Viola Beach Posthumously Released By Their Families | Music News

  All four members of the band and their manager died last February when their car plunged into a canal in Sweden. Now their album is about to reach number one in the album chart.   Coldplay paid tribute to Viola Beach on June 26 at Glastonbury. Chris Martin said in front of the 100,000-strong crowd: “We’re going to create[…]

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The Killers Announce ‘Sam’s Town’ 10th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue | Music News

  The second album of The Killers, Sam’s Town, was released 10 years ago in September. They have announced that there will be a special reissue and a “two day extravaganza” in Las Vegas.   They will reissue Sam’s Town on two-disc vinyl, featuring remastered recordings of the LP’s original tracks. A demo of “Peace Of Mind” and the Pet[…]

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Christina Grimmie Won Her First Teen Choice Award But Was Not Mentioned | Music News

  Last weekend, Christina Grimmie won her first Teen Choice Award, but her name was absent from the broadcast. Fans are standing up for her on Twitter and other social media platforms. Her family left the event clearly disappointed after they failed to mention Christina.   Grimmie was shot at a meet-and-greet last June while signing autograhphs in Orlando. She[…]

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Reading Festival Weekend Tickets Completely Sold Out | Events

  The Reading and Leeds Festival 2016 takes place from Friday, August 26 to Sunday, August 28. The weekend tickets are already sold out and only a few Friday and Sunday tickets for Reading Festival remain.   If you’re lucky enough to call yourself the owner of a R&L weekend ticket, you will be able to see Foals, Two Door[…]

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