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Take That UK And Ireland - SOLD OUT

All tickets for Take That's Progress reunion tour of the UK and Ireland have now sold out, according to the agencies charged with their official sale.

Spotify Forking $60M Over To Labels

European executives from the same major labels that have been keeping Spotify from the U.S. are singing its praises.

'I Saw The Signing'...Ace Of Base Is Back!

Petri H. Lundén at artist-management company Hagenburg has signed an exclusive management agreement with the third biggest Swedish pop-band ever, Ace of Base.

The Boss Rocks Rome

Bruce Springsteen rocked the Rome Film Festival when he showed up for the screening of a documentary on his famous 1978 album "Darkness on the Edge of Town."

Webber Waves Goodbye To West End Theatres

Andrew Lloyd Webber is selling four West End theatres to a consortium led by former ITV chairman Michael Grade.

Technics SL-1200s RIP

Electronics giant Panasonic has announced that they are planning to discontinue the line of audio products under their Technics brand, most notably the iconic line of Technics turntables.

Sophomore Album 'White Lies' Ahead

London’s White Lies made a major splash with their dark and enigmatic 2009 debut, To Lose My Life, and have announced their sophomore record Ritual, set to hit on January 18, 2011 via Geffen/Fiction.

'We Love Your Songs' Here And Now

We Love Your Songs We Love Your Songs, an internet community for unsigned musicians and music fans, has launched after a year of planning and dreaming.

Bauer Swallows Coke...And Charges

An American singer suspected of trying to smuggle cocaine in his stomach was detained as he tried to board a U.S.-bound flight at a Dominican airport, authorities said Tuesday.

Royle Boyle

First she sang for Pope Benedict XVI, and now British singing sensation Susan Boyle is going to perform for Prince Charles.

American Ballet Puts Politics Aside

American Ballet Theatre dancers promised pirouettes — not politics — during the troupe's historic visit to Cuba this week, the first by the New York-based company since shortly after Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution turned the island into a U.S. nemesis.

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