Demi Lovato is giving Lovatics what they want on "Tell Me You Love Me" tour

Eric Ray DavidsonFor her upcoming Tell Me You Love Me tour, Demi Lovato is getting fans involved more than ever.

On Wednesday, she announced she’ll have group “therapy sessions” for a fans ahead of each concert, in partnership with CAST Centers, the mental health treatment center she co-owns. But in addition to that, she’s also been letting her Lovatics pick the tour’s set list.

Demi put out a call to fans on Twitter recently, writing, “I hate it when fans are unhappy with the set me put it together!! What do y’all definitely want to hear?”

She got a lot of suggestions -- some of them unexpected.

“A couple songs have surprised me and I've actually made some edits in the set list, so going back and changing some things, [and] adding more from the new album Tell Me You Love Me,” Demi tells ABC Radio.

In addition to planning her tour, which kicks off February 26, Demi is also showing her support for fellow artists -- in particular Camila Cabello, whom she helped discover while a judge on The X Factor. Camila's solo album and her single, "Havana," both hit number one on the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 charts, respectively.

“I'm definitely really proud of her,” Demi says. “You know, I've known her since she was really young on X Factor and Simon Cowell and L.A. Reid and I and Britney [Spears] put her in Fifth Harmony and now she's branched out into her own career and I think it's incredible.”

And as for those rumors that Demi might do a follow-up to her YouTube documentary, Simply Complicated, she would only tease, "Well, you'll just have to wait and see!"

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SZA says "anxiety" made her believe that her Grammy-nominated debut album "sucked"

Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA RecordsSZA's debut album Ctrl has scored her five Grammy nominations, including one for Best New Artist and another for Best Urban Contemporary Album. 

But the "Love Galore" artist tells the New York Times that due to her anxiety, she was convinced that the album "sucked."

She adds that when she went on Twitter and threatened to quit music while recording the album, she "just wanted to hurry up and fail."   

Thankfully, her label intervened and scheduled the album's release date.

Even now, with her Grammy nods, SZA still holds a bit of self-doubt, which she describes as "dysmorphia," and says that if she does win a Grammy award, "the dysmorphia would really be hitting a peak."   

Generally, "dysmorphia" is described as the obsessive idea that some aspect of one's own self is severely flawed.

But interestingly, SZA is confident about one thing: being "loud."

"A lot of black women get that rap, 'You're loud, and unsavory, or crass or abrasive,'" she notes. "But I feel like that [bleep] is beautiful as hell."  

Fans will be able to see if SZA wins big at this year's Grammys when the awards show airs live from New York's Madison Square Garden on January 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET on CBS. 

She'll also be performing at the star-studded music event.  

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Fall Out Boy's "M A N I A" battling for #1 spot on "Billboard" album chart 

ABC/Paula LoboFall Out Boy's new album M A N I A  is set for a chart battle on the top of the Billboard 200.

The publication reports that the seventh studio effort from the Chicago pop-punks could sell between 105,000 to 110,000 equivalent album units, which might be good enough for a #1 debut on the tally.

M A N I A's main competition for the top spot? The soundtrack to The Greatest Showman, the musical film starring Hugh Jackman. That album, which has already spent two weeks atop the Billboard 200, is also expected to sell in the 105,000 to 110,000 units range.

If M A N I A does pull out ahead of The Greatest Showman, Fall Out Boy will have a total of four number-one albums under their belts.  They previously topped the Billboard 200 with 2015's American Beauty/American Psycho, 2013's Save Rock and Roll and 2007's Infinity on High.

Fall Out Boy will kick off a summer North American headlining tour in support of Mania August 29 in Uniondale, New York.

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Elton John opens up about retiring from touring: "Our songs will live on"

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Elton John opens up about his decision to stop touring in an interview with ABC News' Robin Roberts that will air Thursday morning on Good Morning America.

In a teaser clip for the interview, released Wednesday, Elton tells Robin what he wants people to remember about his performing career as he exits the stage. "That I gave people a hell of a lot of pleasure, that our songs will live on," Elton says.

He also explains why he is opening, and intend to close his massive 300-date, multi-year farewell tour not in his native England but in the U.S.

"I want my last performance to be in America because my first performance will be in America and this is where I got my start," Elton says.

"This is in 1970 at the Troubadour that it all started," Elton says of the famous Los Angeles night club. "And I owe this country so much and I'm so fond of this country and I love it so much that I want to start and finish in America."

The full interview will air on Thursday's GMA which starts at 7 a.m. ET.

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Foo Fighters launching pop-up bars in Australia with signature beer

Credit: Brantley GutierrezFoo Fighters are currently on tour in Australia behind their new album Concrete and Gold. To celebrate their time Down Under, Dave Grohl and company are launching pop-up bars in Sydney and Melbourne, each stocked with the band's signature Foo Town beer.

The Sydney bar, called Foo Fighters Hotel, will be open from today until January 27, and you can visit Melbourne's The Fooie Bar from January 27 to January 30. In addition to the Foo Town lager, both pop-ups will boast exclusive merch, trivia contests and post-concert parties.

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Foo Fighters will return to the U.S. to launch a spring tour in April. The band will continue touring North America throughout the summer and fall.

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James Taylor adds dates to Bonnie Raitt joint tour; schedules two Tanglewood shows in July

Lane Turner/Boston Globe/Getty Images; Marina ChavezJames Taylor and Bonnie Raitt have filled out their 2018 joint tour by adding eight more dates to the trek, including shows in South Carolina, North Carolina, Kansas, Oklahoma, Washington state and Indiana.  Tickets for all the new shows will go on sale to the public on February 2 at 10 a.m. local time.

Taylor and Raitt's tour gets underway on May 8 in Jacksonville, Florida, and is mapped out through a July 1 concert in Buffalo, New York.

In related news, Taylor has scheduled a pair of headlining shows at the famous Tanglewood venue in Lenox, Massachusetts, on July 3 and 4. The singer/songwriter, who lives near Tanglewood, has frequently played concerts there around the Fourth of July holiday.

Meanwhile, a concert celebrating the grand reopening of the Times Union Center in Albany, New York, that Taylor was supposed to have played this Friday, January 26, has been canceled because of issues involving the promoter.

Here are all of Taylor's confirmed 2018 tour dates; all shows with Bonnie Raitt unless otherwise noted:

5/8 -- Jacksonville, FL, Veterans Memorial Arena
5/9 -- Orlando, FL, Amway Center
5/11 -- Sunrise, FL, BB&T Center
5/12 -- Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
5/15 -- Charleston, SC, North Charleston Coliseum+
5/16 -- Charlotte, NC, Spectrum Center+
5/18 -- Greensboro, NC, Greensboro Coliseum+
5/19 -- Greenville, SC, Bon Secour Wellness Arena+
5/21 -- St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center
5/22 -- Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center
5/24 -- Wichita, KS, InTrust Bank Arena+
5/25 -- Oklahoma City, OK, Chesapeake Energy Arena+
5/27 -- Denver, CO, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
5/29 -- Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena
5/31 -- Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl
6/1 -- Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl
6/3 -- Sacramento, CA, Golden 1 Center
6/5 -- Portland, OR, Moda Center
6/6 -- Seattle, WA, KeyArena+
6/22 -- St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
6/25 -- Grand Rapids, MI, Van Andel Arena
6/26 -- Indianapolis, IN, Bankers Life Fieldhouse+
6/28 -- Milwaukee, WI, American Family Insurance Amphitheater
6/30 -- Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
7/1 -- Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center
7/3 -- Lenox, MA, Tanglewood*
7/4 -- Lenox, MA, Tanglewood*
7/26 -- Washington, D.C., Nationals Park**
7/28 -- Philadelphia, PA, Citizens Bank Park**

+ = newly added show
* = newly added show, James Taylor only
** = with The Eagles.

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Watch now: Danger and suspense are king in an all-new "Empire" promo

L-R: Empire cast members Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson; Frank Micelotta/FOX/PictureGroupWith Empire fans having to wait until March for the show's return to television, a promo for the series' upcoming new episode may surely have them hoping for an earlier premiere date. 

The jam-packed video teaser features Lucious Lyon apparently fighting to survive at the hands of his former nurse, Claudia, played by Demi Moore, with Cookie seeking answers to his disappearance.

Meanwhile, the rest of the Lyon sons -- Hakeem, Jamal and Andre -- vow to stick together.

You can watch the entire video on YouTube now. 

An all-new episode of Empire premieres Wednesday, March 28 on FOX.  

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New Jack White song "Corporation" premiering Friday 

Third Man/ColumbiaWe're getting another preview of Jack White's upcoming album Boarding House Reach this week. The rocker is dropping a new track called "Corporation" this Friday, January 26 at midnight ET.

"Corporation" will be the third song from Boarding House Reach to be released, following "Connected By Love" and "Respect Commander." As for what the new track sounds like, White has uploaded a preview featuring a fuzzed-out guitar riff and the lyric "I'm thinking about starting a corporation, who's with me?'

Boarding House Reach will arrive in full on March 23. White will kick off a North American tour in support of the album with a hometown show in Detroit on April 19.

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Brett Young, Chase Rice & Lindsay Ell hit the ice for the NHL All-Star Game

ABC/Image Group LA While lots of country stars are headed to New York City for the Grammys this weekend, Brett YoungChase Rice and Lindsay Ell are opting for warmer climes. All three will be in Tampa, Florida for the 2018 National Hockey League All-Star Weekend.

Chase will perform during the player introductions before Sunday’s All-Star Game, while Brett will sing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Calgary native Lindsay Ell will perform the Canadian national anthem.

You can check out their performances starting at 3:30 p.m. ET on NBC in the States, while CBC, Sportsnet and TVA Sports will carry the game in Canada.  

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New Grateful Dead compilation due in March, focusing on live release highlights

RhinoA new compilation gathering gems from The Grateful Dead's expansive vault of concert recordings will be released March 23. The Best of The Grateful Dead Live features a career-spanning selection of performances culled from the band's official concert albums and archival live releases.

The Best of The Grateful Dead Live will be available as a two-CD set, digital download and streaming collection featuring 19 tracks. A two-disc, 180-gram vinyl LP titled The Best of The Grateful Dead Live, Volume 1 featuring the first part of the CD compilation, will be released at the same time, while Volume 2 will be issued at a later date.

The album kicks off with a rendition of "St. Stephen" from a February 1969 concert at San Francisco's Fillmore West that first appeared on Live/Dead, and ends with rendition of "So Many Roads" from a July 1995 show at Chicago's Soldier Field, previously released on the 1999 So Many Roads box set.

Other compilation highlights include a performance of "Bertha" from the group's 1971 self-titled live effort, a.k.a. Skull & Roses; renditions of "Sugar Magnolia," "Jack Straw" and "Truckin'" from 1972's Europe '72; versions of "Friend of the Devil" and "Fire on the Mountain" from 1980's Dead Set; and a performance of "Ripple" from 1981's Reckoning.

"We wanted to follow up the 2015 The Best of The Grateful Dead studio set with a live counterpart," says Grateful Dead archivist and producer David Lemieux. "[I]t's no secret that as good as the Dead's studio recordings were, they excelled in front of an audience, and this set provides an overview of just how great the Dead were live in concert."

Here's the two-CD compilation's track list:

Disc One
"St. Stephen" -- Fillmore West (2/27/69) from Live/Dead
"Bertha" -- Fillmore East (4/27/71) from Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses)
"Wharf Rat" -- Fillmore East (4/26/71) from Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses)
"Sugar Magnolia" -- Olympia Theatre (5/4/72) from Europe '72
"Jack Straw" -- Olympia Theatre (5/3/72) from Europe '72
"Truckin'" -- Lyceum Theatre (5/26/72) from Europe '72
"Morning Dew" -- Lyceum Theatre (5/26/72) from Europe '72
"Brown Eyed Women" -- Tivoli Concert Hall (4/14/72) from Europe '72
"The Music Never Stopped" -- Great American Music Hall (8/13/75) from One from the Vault
"Estimated Prophet" -- Barton Hall (5/8/77) from Cornell 5/8/77

Disc Two
"Friend of the Devil" -- Radio City Music Hall (10/27/80) from Dead Set
"Feel Like a Stranger" -- Warfield Theatre (10/4/80) from Dead Set
"Fire on the Mountain" -- Radio City Music Hall (10/31/80) from Dead Set
"Bird Song" -- Warfield Theatre (10/14/80) from Reckoning
"Ripple" -- Warfield Theatre (10/4/80) from Reckoning
"Eyes of the World" -- Nassau Coliseum (3/29/90) from Wake Up to Find Out
"Touch of Grey" -- Rich Stadium (7/4/89) from Truckin' Up to Buffalo
"Blow Away" -- JFK Stadium (7/7/89) from Crimson, White & Indigo
"So Many Roads" -- Soldier Field (7/9/95) from So Many Roads

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Watch now: Kygo releases video for OneRepublic collab, "Stranger Things"

ABC/Paula LoboKygo has debuted the video for his song with OneRepublic, “Stranger Things.”

Not to be confused with the Netflix sci-fi series, "Stranger Things" appears on the Norwegian DJ’s sophomore album, Kids in Love. It tells the story of a couple in love, hoping to escape their normal town for something more exotic.

“We turned our back on ordinary from the start/We looked for stranger things ‘cause that’s just who we are,” OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder sings.

The video features a working class couple dreaming of a better life. The young woman works a job at a restaurant, while her boyfriend works as a mechanic. To shake up their mundane lives, they break into a rich people’s homes and pretend they live there.

When the two finally get caught, the girl lets her boyfriend escape, and she faces the cops alone.

Kygo kicks off his Kids in Love tour on February 5 in Helsinki, Finland. After wrapping dates in Europe, he heads to the U.S. in May for four dates in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Brooklyn, and Boston.

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Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds stars in new anti-smoking ad airng during Grammys

ABC/Image Group LAImagine Dragons are up for two awards at this Sunday night's Grammys, but lead singer Dan Reynolds will be making an additional appearance during the an anti-smoking ad.

As Billboard reports, Dan appears in an ad that will air during the Grammy telecast.  It's produced by truth, the largest youth smoking prevention campaign.  The clip focuses on the fact that Big Tobacco specifically targets lower-income families, and genetically engineers tobacco to be addictive.

In the ad, Dan says, "They should be ashamed of themselves. It has to stop."

Speaking to Billboard, Dan calls Big Tobacco's methods "heartless," noting, “They’re taking someone who is already set up to have a difficult life ahead of them, and putting them back even 10 steps further."

Reynolds says he's speaking out because he thinks musicians can make a big impact on their fans.

"I’m down for everything else with rock and roll -- the spirit of it, the sex of it, I love everything about [it], except the drug use," he tells Billboard. "And cigarettes seem to go hand in hand with rock and roll aesthetically, and this needs to change. This needs to stop.”

At Sunday night's Grammys, Imagine Dragons are up for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "Thunder," and Best Pop Vocal Album for their latest disc, Evolve.  The show airs Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. ET, live on CBS.

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Lego House(s): Ed Sheeran now owns four adjoining homes in his British village 

Greg WilliamsThey might as well rename it "Sheeranville:" Ed Sheeran has purchased four houses next door to one another in the Suffolk, England village where he lives.

According to the Daily Mail, Ed first purchased a home in the area for more than a million dollars in 2012.  At the same time, he bought another property for around $640,000.  He then bought another four-bedroom house in September of 2016 for well over a million dollars, and then snapped up a bungalow on the other side of his driveway this past October. 

Ed's now having the properties renovated.  The newly-engaged singer will certainly have enough room if he wants to start a family right away with his fiancee, Cherry Seaborn.

A local resident tells the Mail, "Ed is a super guy and really friendly. He is just a down-to-earth Suffolk boy at heart -- so who can blame him for wanting to settle down here? It is a lovely part of the world. He's bought all the properties next door. I guess it means that there is nobody to complain if he plays his music too loudly."

According to the Daily Mail, Ed plans to build two underground entertainment rooms -- a screening room and a music room -- which will be connected to his house by an underground tunnel. Those rooms will also be linked to one of the other properties, which he's converted into a private pub. 

Last year in an interview, Ed said, "There’s an underground tunnel to get [to the pub] that you can close off. So if I have a party, everyone goes in the pub and no one can get in the house, so you get no one raiding the cupboards or smashing anything."

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Brothers Osborne take fans to "Port Saint Joe" this spring

ABC/Image Group LA The sophomore album from Brothers OsbornePort Saint Joe, will arrive April 20.

Named for the Florida town in which it was recorded, the album features the hot new single “Shoot Me Straight,” as well as memorable titles like “Weed, Whiskey and Willie” and “Drank Like Hank.” TJ and John co-wrote all ten tracks.

Port Saint Joe is a sonic representation of who we’ve become not only as a band but as people,” John says. “Every show we’ve ever played together is on this record. Every song we’ve ever written and every mile we’ve ever ridden has led to the making of this record, imperfections and all.”

“We shacked up for two weeks to make an unabashed record that would reflect who we are in every way,” TJ explains. “And in the process we had the most enjoyable and memorable recording experience of our lives.”

Here’s the complete track listing for Port Saint Joe, the second album from the two-time CMA Vocal Duo of the Year:

“Slow Your Roll”
“Shoot Me Straight”
“I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)”
“Weed, Whiskey and Willie”
“Tequila Again”
“A Couple Wrongs Makin’ It Alright”
“Pushing Up Daisies”
“Drank Like Hank”
“A Little Bit Trouble”
“While You Still Can”

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Shinedown, Rob Zombie and Godsmack to headline Rock USA festival

ABC/Randy HolmesShinedown, Rob Zombie and Godsmack will headline the 2018 Rock USA festival, scheduled for July 12-14 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The bill also includes Stone Temple Pilots, Marilyn Manson, Halestorm, Bush, Seether, Nothing More, Pop Evil, Sevendust and Beartooth, among others.

For the full lineup and ticket info, visit

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Drake, JAY Z, Nas and Diddy congratulate LeBron James on 30,000-point record

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images via ABCAs of Tuesday night, Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James became the seventh -- and youngest -- basketball player in history to score 30,000 points in his career. 

Now, several big-name artists have congratulated the NBA star on his historical achievement.

DrakeJAY ZNas and Sean "Diddy" Combs all sent their praises to LeBron via videos shared on the pro-basketball player's media channel, The Uninterrupted

In his message Drake says, "It's incredible. It seems like every time we look up you're setting another milestone or breaking another record, and I always tell you you're one of the most inspirational people in my life. I'm honored to call you a brother." 

Drizzy adds, "Every time you do something like this I always try and get in the studio and make a song that would go with the moment. So, I'm excited to go to work tonight."  

Meanwhile, JAY says in his video statement, "Congratulations to my brother, LeBron James. 30,000 points. An amazing accomplishment to inspire us all on and off the proud of you."

In the same video Nas adds, "Yo, whattup LeBron. Congratulations. 30,000 points. That's major. Keep it up. I think you might be able to break the great Kareem Abdul Jabbar's record. Salute."   

Jabbar holds the record as the leading scorer in NBA history, with over 38,000 career points.

Diddy also offers his thoughts, stating, "30,000 points? You know how hard you have to work to score 30,000 points? The youngest player in NBA history. My hat goes off to you my brother. We love you. We appreciate you. We congratulate you."  

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Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester concert named TV Moment of the Year at U.K. awards show

Kevin Mazur/One Love Manchester/Getty Images for One Love ManchesterAriana Grande’s One Love Manchester concert was named TV Moment of the Year at the U.K.’s National Television Awards, the Manchester Evening News reports.

It was an emotional moment for the crowd at the awards ceremony, held Tuesday night at London’s O2 Arena. As clips from the benefit concert were played, the entire audience sang along to Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger” as performed by Ariana and Coldplay’s Chris Martin.

Ariana organized the benefit concert just two weeks after a suicide bomber set off an explosion at Manchester Arena following her show there on May 22. Twenty-two people were killed, including an eight-year-old girl.

Some of the biggest names in music joined Ariana for the One Love Manchester concert on June 4. Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Niall Horan, and British group Take That were among the performers.

Proceeds from the One Love Manchester show went to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, set up by the Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross following the bombing. It raised more than $13 million.

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Snoop Dogg, rapper-turned-gospel star?

ABC/Randy HolmesIt looks like Snoop Dogg is trading his gin and juice for a chance at redemption.

Billboard reports that the rapper is releasing a gospel album titled Snoop Dogg Presents the Bible of Love, adding that fans will hear a sneak peek of his new sound at the 19th annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration on February 1. 

The NFL-sanctioned event, taking place three days before Super Bowl 52, will be held at the Benson Great Hall at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. 

It will also air on BET as a one-hour television special on Saturday, February 3.

According to the Super Bowl Gospel Twitter accountFaith EvansTye TribbettThe Clark Sistersand Bishop Rance Allen will also join Snoop to perform songs from his forthcoming disc.  

Those hoping to see Snoop's gospel debut in the flesh can purchase tickets for the celebration. 

Info on prices and more can be found via Ticketmaster

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Mark E. Smith, frontman of British post-punk band The Fall, dead at 60

Shirlaine Forrest/WireImageMark E. Smith, frontman of the prolific and influential U.K. post-punk band The Fall, died this morning at his home. He was 60.

Smith's passing was announced via a Facebook post from the Fall's manager Pam Vander, who noted that a more detailed statement about his death "will follow in the next few days."

Smith had battled a number of ailments during the past year, including throat, dental and respiratory issues that forced him to cancel U.K. shows in November 2017 and a U.S. tour earlier last year.

Smith formed The Fall in 1976 and was the only constant member in the group, which underwent frequent lineup changes. The band released more than 30 studio albums over the years, and scored a few hits on the U.K. indie charts during the early 1980s, including "Totally Wired," "The Man Whose Head Expanded" and "Kicker Conspiracy."

The Fall even broke into the top 40 of the U.K.'s pop singles chart twice, in 1987 with "There's a Ghost in My House" and 1988 with a cover of The Kinks' "Victoria."

The Fall's edgy, guitar-driven sound was highlighted by Smith's nasal, slurred spoke-sung vocals and cryptic lyrics. The group is considered to be an influence on many alternative-rock acts, including Sonic Youth, Pavement and Guided by Voices.

The band's released its most recent album, New Facts Emerge, in July 2017.

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Members of Mastodon, Pearl Jam & more donating artwork to charity auction 

ABC/Randy HolmesMastodon's Troy Sanders and Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament are both donating works of art to a charity auction in support of Smile + Wonder, a therapy center and preschool based in Los Angeles.

The event takes place February 8, and will also feature a performance from Sanders' band Gone Is Gone.

Other musicians contributing to the auction include Incubus' Jose Pasillas, No Doubt's Tony Kanal, The Kills' Alison Mosshart, Blondie and At the Drive-In's Cedric Bixler-Zavala. Additionally, works by artists such as Shepard Fairey and Gregory Siff will be up for auction.

If you want to attend the event, you can email for a chance to win a ticket. Otherwise, you can still take part in the auction online starting February 8 at 7 p.m. PT via

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