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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds have announced the release of 'Distant Sky', a film of their live performance in Copenhagen for their 'Skeleton Tree' tour, which will be screened in cinemas for just one day.

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Aaron Carter has revealed one of his latest songs, 'Seattle Tide', was inspired by his brief relationship with 'Riverdale' star Madelaine Petsch.

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Shirley Manson says winning awards doesn't matter in the "long term" and that having long and successful career is more important than collecting a stash of awards.

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Prince fans have the chance to own a songwriting credit on the late singer's 1978 song 'Soft and Wet' - if they are willing to pay $490,000.

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Metallica will be awarded the 2018 Polar Music Prize alongside the ANIM (Afghanistan National Institute Of Music) and its founder Dr Ahmad Sarmast at a ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden on June 14.

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Ed Sheeran will be going down a different route on his fourth studio album after three successful pop records, because he worries carrying on this trajectory will be "dangerous".

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Cardi B is proud that hip-hop is "always" in the charts and is thrilled to see her genre of music "controlling the music industry".

For Homer-based singer/songwriter John Bushell, composing a tune for a melting glacier never seemed like anything that needed doing. That was until one day at the airport in Dillingham, Washington, when a woman asked him whether people in Alaska could really see the effects of climate change.

Hip-hop outfit Migos were disappointed they didn't pick up a single Grammy at this year's ceremony as they felt their album 'Culture' was worthy of winning Best Rap Album.