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Tim Mosenfelder/Getty ImagesSeptember 21 is always a celebration for Earth, Wind & Fire fans, but this year, it's even more special.  That's because this year marks the 40th anniversary of their gold-certified #1 single “September, which begins with the unforgettable line, "Do you remember/The 21st night of September?”

Group co-founder Verdine White told TMZ that September 21 is always special for the band, and even more so 40 years after recording the song for the The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1 album.

"It’s like our Mardi Gras,” the bass player says, after performing a brief, impromptu, a cappella version of the song with original member Ralph Johnson.

The song always receives a spike in YouTube views on September 21. In fact, this time last year, the video saw a 286% increase with 797k views in one day, according to the streaming service.

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TKO/Eric GettlerDickey Betts' brain surgery was successful.

An update published on Betts' website says, "Dickey Betts and his family want everyone to know that his surgery was a success. The outpouring of support from all over the world has been overwhelming and amazing. We are so appreciative. Thank you all so much for your wonderful thoughts and prayers. We will keep you updated."

The former Allman Brothers guitarist fell while at home playing with his dog earlier this week and sustained a head injury. Friday's surgery was to relieve the cranial pressure created from swelling.

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Tyler CurtisPaul McCartney may not be content to Let It Be. The singer says that the Beatles documentary of the same name -- released in 1970 and focusing on the miserable process of the band members trying to stay together long enough to release what ended up being their last album -- "may be[come]...a new movie, re-edit[ed] from the same period, from the same footage."

In an interview with Canada's Radio X, Macca says that there's "about 56 hours of [unleased] footage. [And] the overall feeling is very joyous and very uplifting."

That would be a stark contrast to the strained feeling of much of the existing Let It Be film, which hasn't been available in any format since the '80s. It was supposed to have been released in DVD a decade ago, but a source at Apple Records told Britain's Daily Express that McCartney and Ringo Starr killed the plan because of the downbeat nature of the film.

But Paul's opinion of the film seems to have changed --  the discovery of the footage of "a bunch of guys making music and enjoying it" leads to him predict, "I think it's gonna happen. I think there may be a new version of it....Who knows, that may be happening in a year or two."

Here are McCartney's remaining North American shows of 2018:

9/28 -- Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Bell MTS Place
9/30 -- Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rogers Place
10/5 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Music Festival
10/12 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Music Festival

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UMeThe Bee Gees will giving their Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits collection the vinyl treatment. Already available on CD and digital, the group will add double gatefold vinyl to the format options.

The 21 tracks are formatted in chronological order, from 1966's "Spicks and Specks" to the 1987 hit "You Win Again."  Their eight biggest '70s disco hits are also included, of course.

"There is a spirituality about this album and these songs always meant the most to us," says Barry Gibb in the album's liner notes. "Although there are many other songs, these songs, I feel, are the songs that Maurice, Robin, and I would be most proud of."

The double vinyl edition of Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits hits stores on October 26.  Here's the track listing, with the song's year of release:

Side A
"Spicks and Specks" (1966)
"New York Mining Disaster 1941" (1967)
"To Love Somebody" (1967)
"Massachusetts" (1967)
"Words" (1968)
"I've Gotta Get a Message to You" (1968)

Side B
"I Started a Joke" (1968)
"Lonely Days" (1970)
"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" (1971)
"Jive Talkin'" (1975)
"Nights on Broadway" (1975)

Side C
"Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)" (1975)
"You Should Be Dancing" (1976)
"How Deep Is Your Love" (1977)
"Stayin’ Alive" (1977)
"Night Fever" (1977)

Side D
"More Than a Woman" (1977)
"Too Much Heaven" (1978)
"Tragedy" (1979)
"Love You Inside Out" (1979)
"You Win Again" (1987)

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Rhino RecordsAfter more than 50 years, the Monkees will finally release a holiday album.

Called Christmas Party, the collection will not only feature the voices of the surviving three members -- Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork and Michael Nesmith -- but in a miracle of technology, the late Davy Jones as well. A statement from Rhino Records reveals that two songs, "Silver Bells" and "Mele Kalikimaka," were produced "using classic Davy Jones vocals from the archives combined with newly recorded music."

Christmas Party will also feature guest spots from some impressive guests: Peter Buck of R.E.M. and The Minus 5's Scott McCaughey play on two songs including the title track, which they wrote together.

XTC's Andy Partridge and Weezer's Rivers Cuomo also each wrote a song; Monkees fans will remember that Cuomo also wrote a song called "She Makes Me Laugh" for the group two years ago, for their album Good Times!

Christmas Party hits stores and digital outlets on October 12.  Here's the track listing:

"Unwrap You at Christmas"
"What Would Santa Do"
"Mele Kalikimaka"
"House of Broken Gingerbread"
"The Christmas Song"
"Christmas Party"
"Jesus Christ"
"I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day"
"Silver Bells"
"Wonderful Christmastime"
"Snowfall"
"Angels We Have Heard on High"
"Merry Christmas, Baby"

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Matt Baron/ShutterstockElton John has emerged victorious in a libel suit against a British tabloid.

According to the BBC, Elton, who has a long history of suing British tabloids and winning, said a report in The Sun that their dog had severely injured a young child during a play date was "false and seriously defamatory."

The front-page story, which ran in The Sun back in February, claimed that Elton's spaniel bit a five-year-old girl who was at his home for a play date in 2016.  The story said that the dog inflicted "Freddy Krueger-like injuries" on the girl, that it was a "serious attack," and that Elton and his husband, David Furnish, "failed to make any attempt to find out how the little girl was" after the incident.  The story was subsequently picked up by a number of other U.K. publications.

But Elton and David's lawyer told the judge, "The truth is that the injuries were not serious, and the claimants, far from ignoring the incident, made several inquiries about the girl's welfare to her father and nanny. Each time it was confirmed the girl was fine."

The lawyer said that the newspaper accepted the ruling that the allegation was untrue and that it would now apologize to Elton and David, reimburse their legal costs and pay them significant damages.

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Farm Aid

Farm Aid 2018 is one day away -- the day-long festival is taking place in Hartford, Connecticut this Saturday, September 22. Tickets are sold out through official channels but still available on StubHub and CraigsList, and the multi-artist hoedown is the perfect event for a road trip.

However, if you're unable to hit the highway in pursuit of Farm Aid, AXS-TV is once again making it easy to catch the "music with a mission" event, by broadcasting this year's show live.

In Farm Aid tradition, this year's show features sets from organizer and founder Willie Nelson, as well as appearances by Farm Aid board members Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews. Country stars Chris Stapleton and Kacey Musgraves, plus many others, are also slated to perform, with all artists donating their appearance fees to the cause.

The Farm Aid broadcast caps off an AXS Saturday Stack dedicated to the Farm Aid organizers, beginning at noon ET until the show starts at 7.

Farm Aid 2018 itself will air live from the XFINITY Theater in Hartford, CT, from 7 p.m. to midnight ET on Saturday, September 22.

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Image credit: Myriam SantosSteve Perry's shared a treat to take us into the weekend.  "We're Still Here," the latest song release from the former Journey frontman's forthcoming album, Traces, is out now.

"We're Still Here" -- which the label says "celebrates the continuity of life and a sense of camaraderie with a new generation" -- at first listen shares a little of the vibe from the Perry-fronted 1983 Journey arena ballad "Send Her My Love," only much more mellow.  Perry's trademark vocal gymnastics from back in the day may be absent but as previous tracks have proven, the 69-year-old is still in fine voice.

The video for "We're Still Here," also out now, is a straightforward affair, showing Perry and his band performing the song in a studio setting. 

"We're Still Here" follows the previous Traces track releases “No Erasin’” and “No More Cryin’.”

You can order Traces now on CD, digital download and 180-gram vinyl.  When you do, you'll score instant downloads of all three single releases.

Traces, Perry's first album since 1994's For the Love of Strange Medicine, is due out October 5.  Here's the track list:

"No Erasin’"
"We’re Still Here"
"Most of All"
"No More Cryin’"
"In the Rain"
"Sun Shines Gray"
"You Belong to Me"
"Easy to Love" 
"I Need You"
"We Fly"

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Olaf HeineBono's voice has been called many things, but now we can add "soothing" to that list.

Last week, the members of U2 had just started playing a very intimate and unplugged version of "One" in a Paris restaurant called Refettorio, when a small child started crying. Without hesitating, Bono picked up the girl and held her, bouncing her gently as he started singing.

In a video posted to Instagram by Massimo Bottura, the restaurant's founder, the girl seemed comforted and stopped crying.

Bottura thanked U2 in the caption of the video for their support of Refettorio, an upscale restaurant that exclusively serves free meals to those in need.

U2 is currently on the European leg of their Songs of Experience Innocence tour, which wraps up November 13 in Berlin.  That show is a make-up date for one the band was forced to cancel several weeks ago after Bono lost his voice.

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Photo by Ed Perlstein/Redferns/Getty ImagesDo you remember the 21st of September? Some fans certainly do. 

Earth, Wind & Fire's "September" is expecting a boost in views on YouTube Friday -- the 21st night of September. In fact, this time last year the video saw a 286% increase with 797k views in one day, according to the streaming service. 

Although the track is turning 40 this year, the music video has a total of 225 million views on YouTube. 

Even the band is getting ready for the special day, tweeting, "Only a few more days now..." on Tuesday. 

Taylor Swift sparked renewed interest in "September" earlier this year when she recorded the single in Nashville as part of the Spotify Singles series, giving it a slowed-down, country vibe. 

"September" was originally released in 1978 and reached No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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Bono's voice has been called many things, but now we can add "soothing" to that list.

Last week, the members of U2 had just started playing a very intimate and unplugged version of "One" in a Paris restaurant called Refettorio, when a small child started crying. Without hesitating, Bono picked up the girl and held her, bouncing her gently as he started singing.

In a video posted to Instagram by Massimo Bottura, the restaurant's founder, the girl seemed comforted and stopped crying.

Bottura thanked U2 in the caption of the video for their support of Refettorio, an upscale restaurant that exclusively serves free meals to those in need.

U2 is currently on the European leg of their Songs of Experience Innocence tour, which wraps up November 13 in Berlin.  That show is a make-up date for one the band was forced to cancel several weeks ago after Bono lost his voice.

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ColumbiaThe 14th installment of Bob Dylan's ongoing Bootleg Series shall be released.  This time, he's putting out outtakes and incidentals from the recording of the 1975 album Blood on the Tracks, as a collection titled More Blood, More Tracks.

According to Dylan's official site, the deluxe version of the set will have just about every audible bit of tape from what Dylan fans know as the "New York Sessions," as well as studio commentary. There will also be bare-bones versions of "Tangled Up in Blue," "Simple Twist of Fate," "Idiot Wind," and others.

More Blood, More Tracks will be released in three configurations: a barebones single CD for $12, a gatefold double album for $30, and the six-CD boxed set for $160.

The boxed set will also come with a hardcover book containing a reproduction of Dylan's session notebook from that era.

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Bettmann/Getty ImagesPrince's Piano & a Microphone 1983 album is being released Friday, featuring liner notes by Lisa Coleman from Prince’s Purple Rain-era band, The Revolution. Coleman says the project brought her joy, and pain.

“I didn't want to do it,” the keyboard player tells Billboard. “It was hard and I cried, and just hearing his voice at the beginning of the tape, when he tinkles around and he's talking to one of his engineers and just speaks into the mic...Just hearing his voice like that, it was wonderful to hear and it was painful.”

Piano & a Microphone 1983 is the late music legend 35 years ago accompanied only by a piano, just after the release of 1999 and a year prior to the release of Purple Rain, which launched him to super-stardom. 

There are nine tracks in all, recorded at Prince's Chanhassen, Minnesota studios that later came to be known as Paisley Park.  Songs include pre-release versions of "17 Days," which was the B-side of "When Doves Cry" a year later; "Strange Relationship," from 1987's Sign o' the Times; and a performance of what would become Prince's signature hit, "Purple Rain."  The first single, "Mary Don't You Weep," was released some three months ago.

The Prince estate will be releasing more music; Coleman says, “There's, like, 100 years’ worth of material in that vault." 

“Inside the band there's a famous jam called "Ice Cream," she continues. "When Prince was in a good mood or we were having a good show he would sometimes just run to the microphone and scream "ice cream," and that was a cue for us to go into this particular jam thing, and that's never been released or heard or really known."

Coleman is now touring as a member of The Revolution, with dates through October 28 in Providence, Rhode Island.

Here's the Piano & a Microphone 1983 track list:

1) "17 Days" 
2) "Purple Rain" 
3) "A Case of You" 
4) "Mary Don’t You Weep" 
5) "Strange Relationship" 
6) "International Lover"
7) "Wednesday"
8) "Cold Coffee & Cocaine" 
9) "Why the Butterflies"

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Mary McCarthyIn case you missed the news, Paul McCartney's latest album, Egypt Station, bowed at number one on the Billboard 200 this week. McCartney took time out of his tour schedule this week to check in with Billboard about the achievement, his first chart-topper since 1982's Tug of War.

"It feels really great," he admitted. "'Cause you can't get much higher than [number one], you know? It really feels great. We put a lot of really hard work into it."

Macca says not only did he work hard on making Egypt Station, he put a lot of thought into how to promote the album. He said "fun" appearances on James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke," The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and the pop-up show at Grand Central two weeks ago were part of a promotional plan that "[would] actually excite us. Because I think, you know, if we enjoy it, that'll kind of communicate itself and makes [promotion] less of a laborious process."

Ditto for the mini-concert McCartney and his band put on at Abbey Road this summer.

"I said to my guys, "I wanna just do a little gig somewhere before we go out on the big tour.... You know, instead of just saying, 'Oh, we'll go anywhere, it doesn't matter, they're all the same.' [We said] 'No, no, let's go to Abbey Road, that'd be fun.' 'Cause I'll be able to tell stories about having a smoke in the backroom there, you know, and all the little kind of tales you can tell."

Here are McCartney's remaining North American shows:

9/20 -- Montreal, QC, Canada, Bell Centre
9/28 -- Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Bell MTS Place
9/30 -- Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rogers Place
10/5 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Music Festival
10/12 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Music Festival

2019
5/23 -- New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Arena
5/27 -- Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena
5/30 -- Greenville, SC, Bon Secours Wellness Arena
6/1 -- Lexington, KY, Rupp Arena
6/3 -- Fort Wayne, IN, Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
6/6 -- Madison, WI, Kohl Center
6/11 -- Moline, IL, TaxSlayer Center
6/26 -- Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena

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Ron Palmer/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesMike Love has found a Reason for the Season -- a Christmas album by the same name that he's releasing next month. According to Billboard, the holiday collection will include 12 songs -- both original tunes and Christmas classics -- including the Beach Boys' "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" and "Little St. Nick."

Pop group Hanson will guest on the track "Finally It's Christmas."

"Music is something that always brought my family together, especially around Christmastime," Love said. "What is so special about this collection of songs is that they both hearken back to the wonder of childhood and family, but also feel very relevant and exciting for a new season of listening. We’re looking forward to being part of the soundtrack of many holiday seasons to come.”

Reason for the Season hits stores and digital outlets October 26.  The Beach Boys will also hit the road later this year on a holiday tour. Here are those dates:

11/16 -- Chattanooga, TN, Tivoli Theatre
11/18 -- Knoxville, TN, Tennessee Theatre
11/29 -- Boston, MA, The Wilbur
11/30 -- Medford, MA, Chevalier Theatre
12/1 -- Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Centre
12/2 -- Baltimore, MD, The Modell Lyric
12/4 -- Greensburg, PA, The Palace Theatre
12/6 -- Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan Theatre
12/7 -- Mt. Pleasant, MI, Venue TBA
12/8 -- Elkhart, IN, Venue TBA
12/10 -- North Bethesda, MI, The Music Centre at Strathmore
12/11 -- Huntington, NY, The Paramount
12/12 -- Williamsport, PA, Community Arts Centre
12/13 -- Wilmington, DE, The Grand
12/15 -- Charlotte, NC, Ovens Auditorium
12/16 -- North Charleston, SC, North Charleston Performing Arts Center
12/17 -- Durham, NC, Durham Performing Arts Center
12/18 -- Wilmington, NC, Cape Fear Community College
12/27 -- Salt Lake City, UT, Delta Hall at Eccles Theatre
12/28 & 29 -- Beaver Creek, CO, Vilar Performing Arts
12/30 -- Denver, CO, Paramount Theatre

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Shepard Fairey/RepriseAhead of next Friday's release of his posthumous box set An American Treasure, Tom Petty's daughter Adria Petty and his widow Dana Petty have just released "Gainesville," a previously unreleased track he recorded in 1998. 

The song, which shares its name with Petty's hometown of Gainesville, FL, was recorded during Tom Petty and The HeartbreakersEcho sessions. 

The track is the second sneak peek from the career-spanning box set. The first, "Keep A Little Soul," became Petty's fastest-climbing #1 on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart, and made him the first artist ever to score a posthumous top 10 hit on that tally, which was introduced in 1996.

An American Treasure, which will be released on September 28, is a 60-track collection featuring previously unreleased tracks, rarities, alternate versions of well-known tunes, deep cuts and live performances. It was compiled and curated by Petty's wife and daughter, along with Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell, keyboardist Benmont Tench, and Tom's frequent studio collaborator Ryan Ulyate.

Petty died from mixed drug toxicity on October 2, 2017. He was 66.

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Ian Dickson/RedfernsThere's some legal movement afoot in the Led Zeppelin camp: The band's biggest fan site reports that a streaming service is in the works that would provide fans with access to its legendary trove of concert recordings.

LedZepNews reports that lawyers for the band this week filed a U.S. trademark application for the name "The Led Zeppelin Experience," for the purpose of "providing non-downloadable prerecorded music on-line via a global computer network."

The band reportedly already holds the trademark for the name in the United Kingdom and Europe, but was denied in the States when they first filed, late last year. Zeppelin then hired a new, U.S.-based legal team and resubmitted the application with more specific information. The trademark also allows for the sale of clothing.

Because of the trademark requests, Jason Bonham was asked to change the name of his band from "Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience" to "Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening."

Back in February, Zep guitarist Jimmy Page told Planet Rock magazine, "There's a lot of [live recordings] to come out, a number of releases. I'd like to say that they'll be coming out over the next 10 years. There's more to come for sure."

Led Zeppelin has a legendary following of fans who collect the band's bootlegged concerts, and there have been rumors for years that the band was seeking to establish an official outlet for its archived live shows.

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NBC/Trae Patton(LOS ANGELES) -- KISS used their appearance on Wednesday's live America's Got Talent season finale to officially announce their upcoming End of the Road Farewell Tour. 

"This is going to be our last tour," Kiss frontman Paul Stanley told AGT host Trya Banks, following their performance of "Detroit Rock City" to kick off the show. "It will be the most explosive, biggest show we've ever done. People who love us, come see us. If you've never seen us, this is the time. This is the show."

After selling over 100 million albums and touring all over the planet, the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers will play their final shows as part of the multi-year tour. Dates have yet to be announced, but will become available on the band's official website, KISSonline, as they develop.

"All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who've filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years, reads a message on their official website. "This will be the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't. KISS Army, we're saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we'll go out the same way we came in... Unapologetic and Unstoppable."

KISS formed in New York City in 1973, then featuring Stanley on guitar and lead vocals, Gene Simmons on bass, Peter Criss on drums and Ace Frehley on lead guitar. The band has gone through numerous personnel changes, with the current lineup consisting of Stanley, Simmons, guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer.

 

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TKO/Eric GettlerDickey Betts is in critical condition following a freak accident in his Sarasota home.

According to Sarasota's Herald Tribune, the legendary guitarist and founding Allman Brothers Band member slipped and hit his head while playing with his dog in the backyard on Monday night. He was transported to an undisclosed local hospital is in "critical but stable condition," according to manager David Spero.

Betts is sedated and is scheduled to undergo surgery on Friday to alleviate swelling.

Betts' wife Donna tells the paper, "The family appreciates all of your thoughts and prayers during this very trying time. We are by his side giving him the strength to pull through this."

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BMGAs a second preview to their first album in nearly 20 years, Culture Club has released a new single, "Life." The song has a joyous vibe and bears the same name as the band's forthcoming album, which drops on October 26 and is available for pre-order now.

Boy George says in a statement, "John Lennon said 'LIFE’ is what happens while you are busy doing other things, but sometimes you have to stop and look with sadness and pride at what you have done and created in your own life and value the rich complexity of it! It's a song about second chances and new beginnings, enlightenment, spiritual growth and personal redemption."

All four original members -- Boy George, Jon Moss, Roy Hay and Mikey Craig -- were on board for the recording and just wrapped a summer trek where they played to more than a half-million fans; they've now got a West Coast mini-tour kicking off Friday in Salt Lake City.

Here are Culture Club's US tour dates:

9/21 -- Salt Lake City, UT, Maverik Center       
9/22 -- Reno, NV, Reno Events Center       
9/23 -- Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barabara Bowl       
9/25 -- San Diego, CA, Open Air Theatre       
9/27 -- Albuquerque, NM, Sandia Casino       
9/28 -- Cabazon, CA, Morongo       
9/29 -- Las Vegas, NV, DLVEC       
9/30 -- Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick       
10/3 -- Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre       
10/5 -- Fresno, CA, Big Fresno Fair       
10/6 -- Temecula, CA, Pechanga Resort and Casino       
10/7 -- Sahuarita, AZ, Desert Diamond Casino    

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