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Billie Eilish Pulls a Taylor Swift and Unfollows Everyone on Instagram

Soon enough, fans claim she started removing anyone who was identified as a “bad guy.” Names like Justin Bieber, Ansel Elgort, Chris Brown and more vanished from her following list.
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Film Version of 'David Byrne's American Utopia,' Directed by Spike Lee, to Premiere on HBO in 2020

Warner Media reports that the movie will premiere on the cable network later this year. The news follows a report by Deadline in January that the Oscar winner had signed on to direct the project.
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Arctic Monkeys Hit One Billion Views With 'Do I Wanna Know?' Video

“Do I Wanna Know?” is a track from Arctic Monkeys’$2 2013 album AM. It’s become one of the band’s biggest hits, and is the only Arctic Monkeys song to be Platinum-certified by the RIAA.
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When He's 78… It's Paul McCartney's Birthday Today!

McCartney announced last week on animal-rights organization PETA’s website that his birthday wish would be for people to consider becoming vegan for their own health, for the well-being of the Earth and to lessen the suffering of animals.
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Wang Chung Reimagines Hit for COVID-19, 'Everybody Stay Safe Tonight'

Wang Chung is planning to perform “Everybody Stay Safe Tonight” during the ‘Back to the Basement’ concert, which will stream on the Abducted by the 80s Facebook page twice on Saturday.
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Arcade Fire's Win Butler Makes Cameo in 'Bill & Ted 3' Trailer

Amidst all the excitement surrounding the brand new trailer for the upcoming movie Bill & Ted Face the Music, you may have missed that Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler made an appearance in the clip.
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The Killers Share Updated Version of 'Land of the Free' With Lyrics Referencing George Floyd

The Killers have shared an updated version of their single “Land of the Free,” with new lyrics about the death of George Floyd. The song was originally released last year, but now comes with renewed urgency.
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Pearl Jam: 'We Do Not Want to Contribute to White Voices Overtaking the Narrative'

“Pearl Jam was started with a love for music and social justice,” the grunge rockers write in a Facebook post. “Our organization has been reflecting on where unconscious racism is still showing up in our own lives and how we can do better.”
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Billie Eilish, Metallica Make 'Forbes' 2020 Highest-Paid Celebrities List

Other artists on the list include The Rolling Stones at #32, with $59 million; U2 and Bon Jovi, who were tied with Lady Gaga at #87, with $38 million; and KISS at #95, with $36.5 million.
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Tool Cancels Tour to Give Money Back to Fans

The band had originally announced plans to reschedule the affected shows, which ran from this past March through the middle of June, but they’ve now decided to scrap the run entirely.
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