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Chris Cornell's Daughter Lily Announces Mental Health Interview Series in Honor of Late Father

The launch of Mind Wide Open coincides with Monday’s three-year anniversary of Chris’ death. That’s no accident: Lily says she’s starting the series “in honor” of her late father.
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Nine Inch Nails Selling Scrapped Merch From Cancelled Tour to Benefit Local Food Banks

In preparing for the run, some tour themed merch was already in production, including a t-shirt listing all the tour dates. According to the shirt, the run was scheduled to kick off September 15 in San Diego.
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Mikey Way Says Relax: My Chemical Romance Will Be Here When Concerts Return

My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way wants fans to know that once this pandemic is behind us, the band will be right here picking up the pieces of their shelved reunion tour.
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Lorde Shares Update on New Album: 'Truly Jazzed for You to Hear It'

“I started going back to the studio again in December, just for something to do, and to my surprise, good things came out,” Lorde writes in her latest newsletter. “Happy, playful things.”
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Incubus Cancels Summer Tour With 311 and Badflower

The summer run, which also included 311 and Badflower on the bill, was set to begin July 15 in Auburn, Washington, and continue on into September.
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Soundgarden's Matt Cameron and The Pretty Reckless' Taylor Momsen Pay Tribute to Chris Cornell

Momsen is a big Soundgarden fan, and The Pretty Reckless were opening for the grunge giants on the tour during which Cornell died. She also performed during the 2019 star-studded Cornell tribute concert.
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A Look Inside the First ‘Socially Distant’ Concert in America

After uncertainty encompassed the event, America’s first “socially distant” concert took place last night as Bishop Gunn vocalist Travis McCready performed at TempleLive in Fort Smith, Arkansas on May 18.
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Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer Reschedule All North American 'Hella Mega' Tour Dates

Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy have announced that all North American dates for their upcoming HELLA MEGA tour have been pushed to 2021, delaying the set of stadium shows during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Dropkick Murphys Playing Empty Fenway Park Show With Virtual Assist From Bruce Springsteen

The concert, dubbed ‘Streaming Outta Fenway,’ will find the Boston punk heroes playing an audience-free show on the infield dirt of the famous ballpark, with The Boss himself joining remotely.
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Watch Ashe Answer Questions and Perform in an Exclusive FANDEMIC Instagram Live

Ashe joined RADIO.COM for another FANDEMIC Instagram Live, taking on fan questions from around the world and performing her hit “Moral of the Story.”
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