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Taylor Swift reveals title of track 6 on Midnights | Entertainment
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Taylor Swift reveals title of track 6 on Midnights | Entertainment

Taylor Swift has revealed track six's title on 'Midnights'.The pop megastar is preparing to release her new album in October and she's been playing an online lottery game with fans to announce the tracklist with the singer videoing herself picking numbered ping pong balls that correspond to a track on the LP.And the latest to be unveiled in her TikTok series 'Midnights Mayhem With Me' is a song called 'Midnight Rain'.Track seven on 'Midnights' is called 'Question...?'.Last week, the 32-year-old musician revealed she has written her first ever song with a swear word in the title.She chose number eight and revealed the title is 'Vigilante S**t'.It's the first...
Heart’s Nancy Wilson to perform Taylor Hawkins tribute song at memorial | Entertainment
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Heart’s Nancy Wilson to perform Taylor Hawkins tribute song at memorial | Entertainment

Heart's Nancy Wilson has released a song in tribute to the late Taylor Hawkins.The 68-year-old rocker has been asked by the Foo Fighters to perform the moving track, 'Amigo Amiga', which is named after the pet names the close friends gave each other, at the Los Angeles memorial concert at the Kia Forum this evening (27.09.22).The pals had featured on each other's music, with Nancy appearing on Taylor's third and final Taylor Hawkins and The Coattail Riders LP 'Get The Money' in 2019.The drummer returned the favour by playing on Nancy's debut solo album 'You and Me' last year, on the track 'Party at the Angel Ballroom' with Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan.Distra...
The Proclaimers want more ‘political’ songs in the charts | Entertainment
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The Proclaimers want more ‘political’ songs in the charts | Entertainment

The Proclaimers want more "political" songs in the charts.The Scottish rock duo - which consists of 60-year-old twin brothers Charlie and Craig Reid - enjoyed their heyday in the 1980s along with fellow acts such as Communards and The Housemartins, with Charlie arguing that times are "just as turbulent" these days as they were back then.He said: "Newspapers are dying on their feet, but it's going online and people are still reading, so the press does have a great deal of power. I don't know if it's worse in Britain than in other countries but I think they have shaped the political agenda here and continue to do so. Frankly, I'm amazed because the turbulence...