U2-Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Edition On The Way!

By Amanda Wicks To celebrate the release of their 1987 album The Joshua Tree, U2 will be releasing an anniversary edition packed to the brim with extras. Related: U2 Accused of Stealing Material for 1991 Album ‘Achtung Baby’ Besides including the original album, the 30th anniversary edition will also feature a live recording of the band’s Madison Square…

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This Week In Music History….Big Highs, Huge Lows

Hi guys, Joe Causi back at you again with another Week in Music History! Get ready some really big highs and some really huge lows this week as we head back with Sir Paul finally settling down; One of the biggest movie theme songs of the ’70s; We lose one amazing pop star and one…

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Procol Harum Debut Album Re-Release at 50 year anniversary

Procol Harum is the eponymous debut studio album by the English rock band. Originally released in 1967 it now celebrates its 50th year anniversary. Though the album was recorded on multi-track, it was issued as mono-only in the U.K. All songs were originally credited written to Gary Brooker (music) and Keith Reid (lyrics), except “Repent […]

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This week in Music History 1960s-2000s

Ready, set, let’s go back with another ‘Week in History’ where we find out what The Beatles were really thinking about themselves; what Paul & Linda were smoking; a new way to listen to music; Whitney goes larger than life; and the ‘King of Pop’ goes incognito! The ’60s Okay, here we go back to the ’60s! It…

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Amy Winehouse To Be Honoured In Her Home Town With Art Trail

By Robyn Collins The life and Jewish history of late British singer Amy Winehouse will be celebrated with an art trail and museum exhibit in her former hometown of Camden, London, reports Fader. Related: Amy Winehouse Foundation Launches Video Contest The street trail, which will be created in collaboration with Global Street Art, will feature…

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