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Frontman Jesse Hughes said, "I want to be the first band to play in Le Bataclan when it opens back up because I was there when it went silent for a minute."

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It's Drake Night tonight at Toronto's Air Canada Centre, the annual event where the Raptors celebrate their "Brand Ambassador" and resident 6 God. Among this year's #DrakeNight perks is a "Hotline Bling" booth where fans can film their own gif-worthy dance moves within the video's colorful confines. Those moves will then be... more

Deerhoof always sound like they're about to fly off the rails, and their unhinged interplay thrives throughout their first live album.

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To properly ring in the holiday season, Clint Black will set out on a 12-city Christmas tour beginning Tuesday, December 1st, in the Villages, Florida. The trek will make stops throughout New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma, before wrapping up on Sunday, December 20th, back in Black's home... more

While many of Paris' music venues have reopened their doors since the November 13th terror attacks in the French capital, the majority of concertgoers are still reticent about attending shows following the tragedy. According to Prodiss, the National Union of Producers, Distributors and Theatres in France, ticket sales have dropped 80 percent... more

A couple months ago, One Direction announced that they would be going on a hiatus following the release of fifth album Made in the A.M. Fans have been torn between believing that the group's latest LP may be their last and hoping for a future with more new music from the... more

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