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Berlin police seeking more missing John Lennon items

Berlin - German police are trying to recover numerous items stolen from the estate of the late Beatle John Lennon, prosecutors said Thursday, after the arrest of a suspect accused of handling the objects.A 58-year-old man identified as Erhan G.

Australians mourn loss of AC/DC's Malcolm Young

Sydney - Australians paid tribute to AC/DC co-founder and fellow countryman Malcolm Young on Sunday, a day after the legendary guitarist passed away aged 64.

AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young dies aged 64

Paris - AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has died aged 64 after suffering for several years with dementia, the band announced Saturday.Young founded the Australian rock group with his brother Angus, who said he will leave "an enormous legacy".

French rocker Johnny Hallyday released from hospital

Paris - Veteran French rocker Johnny Hallyday, who has been battling lung cancer for several months, returned home Saturday after being hospitalised for days with breathing problems, a family member said.

Review: Canaan Cox delights on 'Merry Christmas, Baby' music video Special

Country singer Canaan Cox has released his version of "Merry Christmas, Baby" and it is a great deal of fun. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: The Night Game fantastic on 'Once in a Lifetime' music video Special

The Night Game, fronted by Martin Johnson, has released their new music video for "Once In A Lifetime." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Atiye talks new single 'We Got That La,' future plans, Bruno Mars Special

Planet Hum/Universal Music pop recording artist Atiye chatted with Digital Journal about her music, as well as her new single "We Got That La."

Review: Kimbra inspirational on 'Everybody Knows' remix video Special

New Zealand songstress Kimbra has released an emotional new remix video for "Everybody Knows." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Eagles of Death Metal in surprise show to mark Bataclan attack

Paris - Two members of Eagles of Death Metal, the US rock band who were on stage at the Bataclan during the Paris attacks, played a brief concert nearby Monday to mark the second anniversary of the massacre.

Bob Geldof returns Dublin honour in Suu Kyi protest

Dublin - Musician and Live Aid supremo Bob Geldof on Monday returned his Freedom of the City of Dublin scroll in a protest against Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who holds the same honour.

Review: Jared Leto triumphs on new music video for 'Walk on Water' Special

Jared Leto has released his new music video for his single "Walk on Water" with his acclaimed rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars.

Pussy Riot attack 'police state' on Trump anniversary

New York - Longtime nemeses of Russian President Vladimir Putin, feminist punk rockers Pussy Riot have unveiled a dark new song that suggests parallels in America's leader Donald Trump.

Bataclan gets its mojo back after pain and grief

Paris - Some said it should never open again -- and others doubted whether the public would ever return. But two years after 90 people were massacred by jihadists at the Bataclan, the Paris concert hall has got much of its old mojo back.

As Cuba-US ties harden, orchestra keeps building bridge

Minneapolis - Question marks again cloud US-Cuban relations, but one element of engagement is moving ahead -- a joint youth orchestra, which aims to build both musical and personal connections.

Review: John King stunning on new 'I Still Pick Up' music video Special

Country singer John King has released his new music video for his latest single "I Still Pick Up," and it is stunning from start to finish.

Disrespecting China's anthem can now cost 3 years jail

Bejing - China has passed legislation to punish anyone who disrespects the national anthem with up to three years in prison, state media reported Saturday.

Late musician Fats Domino remembered in New Orleans parade

New Orleans - A traditional parade known as a "second line" was held in New Orleans Wednesday in memory of the American entertainer Fats Domino, who died last week at the age of 89.

China mulls three years' jail for anthem disrespect

Bejing - Disrespecting China's national anthem could carry a prison sentence of up to three years under a new draft law amendment, which may also affect Hong Kong and Macau, state media reported Tuesday.

Prince show opens in London with Paisley Park treasures

London - An exhibition showcasing the life of pop legend Prince opens in London on Saturday, unveiling previously unseen treasures from his legendary Paisley Park studio complex.

Fats Domino, whose piano helped create rock, dead at 89

New York - Fats Domino, whose rollicking rhythm and blues piano helped give birth to rock 'n' roll, has died in his lifelong home of New Orleans, the coroner said Wednesday. He was 89.

Dutch violin maestro Rieu fights child labour fine

Den Haag - The celebrated violinist Andre Rieu has appealed in court against an "absurdly high" 116,000-euro fine -- issued for allowing children to perform in his show past the legal time limit set by Dutch law, his lawyer said Tuesday.

Former presidents take stage at hurricane benefit concert

College Station - All five of America's living former presidents took the stage Saturday at a benefit concert in Texas to raise money for victims of the hurricane-ravaged southern United States and Caribbean.Former presidents Barack Obama, George W.

Former US presidents take stage at hurricane benefit concert

College Station - All five of America's living former presidents took the stage Saturday at a benefit concert in Texas to raise money for victims of the hurricane-ravaged southern US and Caribbean.Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W....

Andrew Tyler Capetandes talks music, photography and modeling Special

Andrew Tyler Capetandes chatted with Digital Journal about his career in music and marketing, as well as his loves for photography and modeling.

Mickey Jack Cones talks digital transformation of country music Special

Nashville - Acclaimed country producer Mickey Jack Cones chatted with Digital Journal about the digital transformation of the country music industry, and he gave an exclusive gender reveal of his twins (that he and his wife are expecting).

French rock magazine offers regrets after putting killer on cover

Paris - A French magazine has expressed regret after coming under fire for featuring a rock star who murdered his girlfriend on its cover amid a growing scandal over allegations of sexual violence against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Lars von Trier rejects Bjork's sexual harassment claim

Copenhagen - Danish film director Lars von Trier on Monday rejected Icelandic pop singer Bjork's allegation that he sexually harassed her during the making of the movie "Dancer in the Dark"."That was not the case.

Ed Sheeran Asia tour dates in doubt after cycling injury

London - Award-winning British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran said Monday that some upcoming shows could be cancelled after he suffered a cycling accident, posting an image of his arm in a cast and a sling.

Bolshoi and Met announce first ever operatic collaboration

Moscow - Russia's Bolshoi theatre and New York's Metropolitan Opera on Monday announced plans to work together for the first time, co-producing three operas all starring Russian soprano Anna Netrebko.

Crown of Pity discusses new 'Everlasting Sunday' EP Special

The band Crown of Pity chatted with Digital Journal about their new EP "Everlasting Sunday," as well as the digital transformation of the music industry.
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