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15 july 2014, 10:43US conductor Lorin Maazel dies at 84
10 july 2014, 10:13Bieber gets two years' probation over LA egg-throwing
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28 june 2014, 11:47Tributes to soul legend Bobby Womack, dead at 70
26 june 2014, 11:04Jackson fans, doctor recall icon, five years on
21 june 2014, 12:23Bob Dylan lyrics to headline $3-5 mn NY music auction
21 june 2014, 10:20Japan's clubland weathers dancing ban
12 june 2014, 20:14Celine Dion's husband steps down as manager after 30 years
08 june 2014, 21:04Fans vote for leader of Japan girl group AKB48 after saw attack
07 june 2014, 10:23Singing nun wins Italian television talent show
04 june 2014, 13:38Rihanna's 'sexually suggestive' perfume ad restricted in Britain
02 june 2014, 09:50Charles Aznavour dazzles London at 90
31 may 2014, 11:36You two: Bono, Edge join Fender board
20 may 2014, 11:49Ex-Beatle McCartney cancels Japan tour over illness
20 may 2014, 09:51Michael Jackson 'back' at Billboard Awards
17 april 2014, 20:59Japan virtual star Hatsune to join Lady Gaga tour
09 april 2014, 10:21Tiesto to DJ in support of US foreign aid
04 april 2014, 15:54Twenty years after suicide, Kurt Cobain still fascinates
15 march 2014, 11:13US judge revokes rapper Chris Brown's probation
06 february 2014, 10:15'Japan's Beethoven' admits using ghost composer
18 january 2014, 21:14Italian violinist strikes a chord with street kids
20 may 2013, 13:10Eurovision winner gets triumphant welcome in Denmark
18 may 2013, 12:03Eurovision fever hits the land of ABBA
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23 april 2013, 11:10ABBA The Museum to open in Stockholm
17 april 2013, 16:40Kazakhstan pianist made it into semifinal of Ukrainian Talents Show
17 april 2013, 11:49Psy's 'Gentleman' hits 100 mn YouTube views
15 april 2013, 15:19Psy's 'Gentleman' video smashes YouTube records
13 april 2013, 13:50McCartney named Britain's richest musician for 25th year
13 april 2013, 10:28Psy back in saddle with new single 'Gentleman'
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10 april 2013, 18:34Anti-Thatcher song heads to top of UK charts
10 april 2013, 17:58Obama soaks up soul at White House shindig
08 april 2013, 13:32Bryan, Lambert win big at US country music awards
04 april 2013, 14:04Rolling Stones roll out North America, Hyde Park tour dates
03 april 2013, 10:47US court deals blow to digital music resales
02 april 2013, 19:29Grandson of Manush jazz founder to perform in Almaty
28 march 2013, 16:14'Harlem Shake' tumbles off top of Hot 100 chart
28 march 2013, 12:27Stones to headline Glastonbury
25 march 2013, 12:00Former Sex Pistol Lydon gears up for China shows
16 march 2013, 13:48Rapper Lil Wayne in 'critical' condition: TMZ
09 march 2013, 12:22Franz Liszt letters to go under hammer in Geneva
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