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The group first broke up in 2003 but got back together in 2009. It's not clear why the band is taking a break, but the "Parklife" singer told a French magazine that it felt like the right thing to do.
The legendary New York City club CBGB was known for hosting America's punk and new wave movements. The club closed its doors in 2006.
The 33-year-old international pop star has been playing to massive crowds on her Eras Tour and has garnered attention for her budding romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
Laine sang lead vocals on one of the 1960s biggest hits, "Go Now," with his band the Moody Blues. Laine would go on to write one of the best selling songs in British history, 1977's "Mull of Kintyre."
The Spanish Royal Academy has added "perreo" to its dictionary, but the term's been around for decades. The move puts a spotlight on the dance and its significance in reggaetón music.
Laine joined Ray Thomas and Mike Pinder to form the Moody Blues and sang lead on the group's first hit, "Go Now." His death comes 50 years after the release of McCartney's "Band on the Run" album.
Move over, Mariah Carey: Brenda Lee's reliable holiday hit, first released during the Eisenhower administration, is the No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 — for the first time ever.
NPR's It's Been a Minute reviews megastar Beyoncé Knowles-Carter's film Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.