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Marcela Avelar

Nothing says Halloween like Christmas music. Every year, before October is even over, dozens of new Christmas songs and albums are announced. And for the past five years, I have been running them down on or before All Hallow’s Eve, mainly to spook those of you who can’t stand this stuff.

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The song is off her holiday album I Dream of Christmas For more, check out: (Source)

The song will appear on her first-ever Christmas album For more, check out: (Source)

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Had 2020 played out like any normal year, on April 7, Norah Jones would have been onstage at the Southbank Center in London celebrating the centennial birthday of her father, legendary classical sitar player and composer Ravi Shankar, alongside her half-sister Anoushka Shankar and British musician Nitin Sawhney. Instead, she was, like so many other artists in the early days of the worldwide COVID-19 lockdown, livestreaming from the intimacy of home, sitting at her piano and singing one of his rare Western compositions, “I Am Missing You.” As reported in Pollstar, the nine-time Grammy- winning singer-songwriter’s performance of this song […]

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“Whether we’re musicians or fans, we all miss sharing the experience of live music,” Jones said For more, check out: (Source)

‘Til We Meet Again will feature live renditions throughout Jones’ career, plus a cover of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” For more, check out: (Source)

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The lilting “Maybe It’s All Right” reminds us that whatever you’re feeling these days is just fine For more, check out: (Source)

Tom Petty would’ve turned 70 this week. Every year, the late legend’s family and friends celebrate his birthday with a festival in his Gainesville hometown. This year, like so many other festivals, Tom Petty’s Birthday Bash was held as a livestream, and a whole lot of big names showed up to pay their respects. Following…

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