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    On Sunday, the British superstar confirmed that she will be adding new dates to her run of shows titled Weekends with Adele, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The new shows will begin on 16 June and run through until 4 November. Fans can now register for tickets, with the pre-sale beginnin…

      Andrew Lloyd Webber's son Nicholas Lloyd Webber has died following a battle with cancer. In a statement made to People on Saturday, the legendary composer announced that Nicholas had passed away at Basingstoke Hospital in England on Saturday after suffering from gastric cancer. He was 43. "I…

        Adele has announced that she’s extending her Las Vegas residency with 34 more dates between June and November and also plans to release a concert film. Saturday night’s show was the last performance in the British singer's original “Weekends With Adele” series that covered 34 dates since last November on the Las Vegas Strip. Her representatives said Adele’s shows will resume at the Colosseum on June 16 and run through Nov. 4. The June performances will be recorded as a concert special.

        It's official: The Weeknd is the most popular artist in the world. The singer-songwriter, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, is statistically the most popular musician on the planet based on monthly listeners, according to Guinness World Records (GWR). - CNN

        President Joe Biden welcomed a high-wattage collection of singers, authors, artists and humanitarians to the White House on Tuesday to present them with medals — and then stole the show himself with a quip about seeking reelection. Bruce Springsteen, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mindy Kaling and Gladys Knight were among the 22 people and organizations being honored. When author Colson Whitehead’s award was announced, Biden noted the novelist had already won back-to-back Pulitzer Prizes. The president, who is expected to announce for reelection this spring, quickly picked up on that and joked that he was looking “for a back-to-back myself.”


        Chester Charles Bennington was born on March 20, 1976, and died on July 20, 2017. Here are five facts to celebrate the Grammy-winning singer.

        R&B singer Bobby Caldwell, who had a major hit in 1978 with “What You Won’t Do for Love,"  has died. Caldwell's wife, Mary, says he died Tuesday at their home in New Jersey after a long illness. He was 71. “What You Won’t Do for Love” went to No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became a long-term soul standard and career-defining hit for Caldwell, who also wrote the song. His music was frequently sampled in the songs of hip-hop artists, including Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G. and Common. Born in New York and raised in Miami, Caldwell got his professional break playing guitar in Little Richard’s band in the early 1970s, eventually going solo.

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