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Europe · London

Andy Fletcher, founding member of Depeche Mode, dies at 60

46% Center coverage: 123 sources
Fletcher formed Depeche Mode along with fellow synthesizer players Vince Clarke and Martin Gore, and lead singer Dave Gahan, in Basildon, England in 1980. The group would find international success with 19842s Some Great Reward and the single People are People. The bespectacled redhead with a penchant for chess, Fletcher assumed a low-profile in the group.See the Story
Europe · London

Stars and royalty watch ABBA's return in digital stage show

60% Center coverage: 20 sources
The Abba Voyage show has been praised by British critics as a "jaw-dropping" and "awe-inspiring" experience. The 90-minute concert features four 3D digital versions of the group's younger selves singing and dancing to some 20 of their biggest hits. The show is accompanied by a live band of 10 musicians and a complex light show.See the Story
Europe · London

Tributes paid to Andy Fletcher of Depeche Mode

34% Center coverage: 6 sources
The musician passed away at the age of 60 on Thursday (05.26.22) Pet Shop Boys have hailed the music star as a "warm, funny and friendly person" Alison Moyet, who grew up on the same Basildon estate as Fletcher, was left stunned by the news.See the Story
US & Canada · Houston

NRA benefit concert in Houston cancelled after performers quit, according to artist

100% Left coverage: 3 sources
Singer Jacob Bryant claimed the event is no longer taking place See the Story

Country Music Stars Distance Themselves From NRA After School Massacre

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
At least five country musicians have pulled out of the NRA's annual convention. Lee Greenwood, Don McLean, Larry Gatlin, Graham Brown and Larry Stewart. Country music has traditionally been the favorite music of conservative white Americans. Its fan base is predominantly white, with roots in the largely Republican southern US states.See the Story
Music · Toast

Neil Young sets July release for shelved Crazy Horse album ‘Toast’

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Neil Young will release his album 'Toast' in July. The 76-year-old musician recorded the album with Crazy Horse in 2001. He made the announcement on his blog, the Neil Young Archives, last week but the post has now been deleted. It is named after the San Francisco studio in which it was recorded.See the Story

Will Young on 20 years of Pop Idol and standing up to Simon Cowell

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Will Young is one of Britain's most well-known reality TV success stories. The 22-year-old won Pop Idol in 2002, beating out the favourite Gareth Gates. He has since forged a career as one of the UK's biggest pop stars. Young talks about overcoming homophobia in the music industry and why being gay is his superpower.See the Story

Olly Alexander hits back at tour criticism

Olly Alexander has hit back at criticism of his concerts. The Years and Years star admitted he has had walkouts on his 'Night Call' tour. He said he has received backlash for not being "family friendly" The 31-year-old said: "I am an 'in your face' kind of gay because I want to be"See the Story

Pavement return: ‘There are few artists not named Jagger or McCartney who have no financial worries’

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
After more than a decade apart, the seminal indie rockers are back. They talk about their enduring influence, flirting with the mainstream and why now is the right time for a reunionPavement are the ultimate rock Rorschach test.See the Story

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