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Adele named richest young musician

Source: Celebrity Balla | May 15 2014, 1:24am CDT | by Bang Showbiz

Adele named richest young musician
Adele has been named Britain's richest musician under 30. The 'Someone Like You' hitmaker, 26, has an estimated fortune...
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Premiere: The Lost Brothers - 'New Songs Of Dawn And Dust'

Sep 15 2014 6:23am CDT | Source: Clash Music

Folk-driven Irish duo return...It's a remarkable facet of the current folk boom that so much of it is divorced from trad's celtic roots. Mumford & Sons may aim to sound like a group from rural Ireland, yet nobody within the group owes a serious debt to the Emerald Isle. Which is why The Lost Brothers are so vital. Amid a scene which cloaks itself in a veil of authenticity, the group actually walk it like they talk it. Sharing a folk influence, the duo's ...
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British rock music is back. No, really, it is.

Sep 4 2014 8:53am CDT | Source: Music Week

There is little more tedious than hearing some hoary old industry sage tell you that ‘rock music is dead’. Then, sure as the BBC turning up early at a Yewtree raid, will follow the bullshit Yin to that Yang: managers of young noise-rampant oiks who are, like, totally going to show the world why ROCK IS BACK! The only way to prove or disprove each hypothesis is with the combative antagonist’s kryptonite - solid, square data - and, well, ...
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Taylor Swift is a fan of Hilary Duff's song, All About You.

Aug 28 2014 10:00pm CDT | Source: Oh No They Didn't!

Listen to Hilary's interview HERE (All the pictures came from the source also!) Highlights: (via Hilary News)She said she's busy with photoshoots, rehearsals, and fittings to prepare for her new album.Hilary also said she is moving to New York in two weeks to film for "Younger". She said the show "highlights the heart of NYC."Hilary said she wanted to spend a long time working on this album compared to h ...
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Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford NOT “Headed For Split,” Despite Tabloid Claim

Aug 21 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Gossip Cop

(Getty Images) “Carey & Marcus On The Rocks” reads the headline of an OK! story that claims Carey Mulligan and her husband of two years Marcus Mumford are “headed for a split.” According to the tabloid, the couple’s “fairytale may have an unhappy ending” because the actress and the Mumford & Sons singer are “so wrapped up in their careers that they’ve ended up in a long-distance relationship.” “They never see each other,” a ...
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Music Week Presents: Tom Figgins

Aug 13 2014 4:00am CDT | Source: Music Week

Tom is the first in his family of non-musicians to enter into the tough world of music; all thanks to him being drawn to their upright piano at a young age. At just 19, the walls of his bedroom became the creative haven that led to his debut EP Your Place and second EP Wake Up being written. Wake Up went on to receive wide-spread acclaim and fans on both sides of the Atlantic. Tom has taken between the release of his second EP and now to relentlessly gig and song write, whi ...
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British acts claimed 1 in every 8 albums sold globally in 2013

Aug 1 2014 5:19am CDT | Source: Music Week

One in every eight artist albums sold across the globe in 2013 was from a British act. The 13% share of global album sales for UK artists last year was down slightly on 2012 (13.3%) but up one both 2011 and 2010 when the British share stood at 12.6% and 11.8% respectively. As previously reported, for the sixth time in seven years, the biggest selling artist album globally was by a British act. One Direction’s Midnight Memories sold 4 mil ...
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Hilary Duff "I'm an all or nothing kind of girl" Pop Justice Interview

Jul 25 2014 11:52am CDT | Source: Oh No They Didn't!

“I’ve been in hibernation for seven years, so I’ve got a lot of energy.”Behold! An exclusive comeback chat with Hilary Duff. - PopjusticeSo, yesterday we had a chat with Hilary Duff. After several years in the semiwilderness she’s signed to RCA, knocked together a new album and is on the verge of re-entering the ‘pop milieu’.During the course of our telephone conversation she talked about why the time is right to get back in the pop saddle, her vi ...
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Mumford and Sons Glastonbury show to go ahead

Source: Celebrity Balla | Jun 25 2013, 5:34am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr

Mumford and Sons Glastonbury show to go ahead
Mumford and Sons will play Glastonbury despite bassist Ted Dwane undergoing emergency brain surgery two weeks ago. 'The...
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