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Instead of touring to promote his new album Naked Garden, Lukas Nelson is at home on his father Willie Nelson's ranch. "We're playing a lot of chess and dominoes. And we're writing music," he says.
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Dua Lipa released her album Future Nostalgia a week ahead of schedule."I want people to be able to take a moment away from what's going on outside. I hope it gives them some happiness," she says.
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Habibi released its second album, Anywhere But Here, last month. The band's sound is heavily influenced by the Iranian psychedelic music lead singer Rahill Jamalifard listened to growing up.
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For over 50 years, the Legendary Ingramettes were led by Maggie Ingram. Now led by her daughter Almeta Ingram-Miller, the group's new album is called Take A Look in the Book.
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"This was one of the most memorable [performances]," conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin says of the Philadelphia Orchestra's March 12 concert, played to empty hall.
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Little Big. From left: David 'DJ' Ginyard (bass), Tommy Crane (drums), Aaron Parks (piano) and Greg Tuohey (guitar). The band will release its second studio album, Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man, on May 8.
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