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Robert Randolph and the Family Band announced it will release a new LP in early 2017. The album's first single is scheduled to arrive in October. Randolph and the Family Band have also promised to hit tour extensively in support of the new LP, due out in February.

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The Beatles' Hollywood Bowl live recordings will get a new life this fall with the newly remixed and remastered Live at the Hollywood Bowl album.

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Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard Iman Shumpert has released a new song, "Glory," following his cameo appearance at the end of Kanye West's "Fade" video.

The track features spitfire trap percussion, swirling ominous synths as well as a vocal

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Rivers Cuomo, R. Kelly, Danger Mouse and members of Earth, Wind & Fire have signed an amicus brief supporting Pharrell and Robin Thicke's appeal in the "Blurred Lines" copyright case, according to

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Flea doesn't have a problem with the venom poured upon the Red Hot Chili Peppers by Fox News' Greg Gutfield.

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A year after revealing her lupus diagnosis, Selena Gomez has decided to take some time off to deal with side effects of the illness, including "anxiety, panic attacks and depression." The singer and actress recently wrapped up her Revival World Tour in support of her 2015 album

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