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    R.I.P. Captain Beefheart

    Avant-garde rock luminary Captain Beefheart (real name Don Van Vliet) has passed away at age 69. Vliet was known for collaborating heavily with Frank Zappa before heading off on his own, creating the Beefheart persona. Virtually every facet of avant-garde genres in music have been effected and influenced by this amazing musician.

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    New Gorillaz album to be released on Christmas... for free

    Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn has announced that they will be releasing a new album on Christmas day, available free from the group's website. Albarn apparently created the album entirely on his Apple iPad. An advent calendar on the group's site reveals a "gift" every day, with Christmas Eve revealing a video for the first single, followed by the album on Christmas day.

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    Lauryn Hill re-appears... briefly

    Lauryn Hill has announced she will be making a brief return to the music scene, scheduling a series of 6 dates throughout the next several months. Hill all but disappeared from the music community after her marriage to Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley.

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    Cheap Trick revisits Dream Police days

    Cheap Trick have announced they will be mounting a single-venue multi-date live show to relive the glory days of their fourth studio album, Dream Police. The band will be performing the album in its entirety alongside a full orchestra.

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    Aretha Franklin undergoes successful surgery

    The queen of soul, Aretha Franklin has undergone what seems to have been a successful surgery after canceling an entire tour due to health concerns. No mention in press releases as to what those health concerns are, but Ms. Franklin seems to be making a speedy recovery. Concert dates are expected to be rescheduled shortly.

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    Flogging Molly launches 7th annual Green 17 tour

    Irish punk-rockers Flogging Molly are launching their 7th annual Green 17 tour nationwide this month. The boys from Boston have been working on a new full-length album, and this 7th annual Irish jaunt will be a nationwide tour in support of it.

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    PJ Harvey to release new record

    Indie-Rock songstress PJ Harvey is back with a new album, entitled Let England Shake. This marks the singer's 8th full-length record, and will be released on Valentine's day 2011 on Island Records. Keep and eye out for a full supporting U.S. tour.

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    Peaches to bring "Jesus Christ Superstar" to States

    German-based Electro-Rocker Peaches is bringing her stripped-down performance of Jesus Christ Superstar to the U.S. after causing quite the controversy in her home country. The owners to the rights of the classic musical in Germany shut down her first several shows preemptively, citing a "Peaches as Jesus" scandal. The singer will purportedly play the roles of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and all of the disciples.

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    Willie Nelson arrested for possession

    The surprise of the century, Willie Nelson was arrested over Thanksgiving weekend by border patrol officers for possession of Marijuana. After being briefly held, the singer was released on $2,500 bond. Nelson will reportedly be able to continue his tour without cancellations.

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    My Chemical Romance back with follow-up to Black Parade

    Epic goth-pop-punkers My Chemical Romance are back with a new album. Entitled 'Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys', the album is both a departure and a continuance of their previous work. The band is expected to launch a full tour to support the album.

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