Every weekday, we take a look at what's happening in Music News.

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  • It's no surprise that Bruce Springsteen is very political, but he made the news anyway by performing at Hillary Clinton's last rally last night in Philly. He performed three acoustic songs, including  “Thunder Road”, “Dancing in the Dark” and “Long Walk Home".
  • This Record Store Day, make sure you keep your eyes peeled for a new live album from Billy Idol! On November 25th, Idol will release BFI Live!, a triple live album! BFI Live! features three songs from Kings & Queens along with classics like “Rebel Yell,” “Cradle of Love” and “White Wedding.”
  • You'd think that opening for Motley Crue would be an amazing thing for any band - but apparently the grass is not always greener. The band Raskins, who opened for Motley Crue, is suing  for "hazing" and other unfavorable conditions for a whomping 30 million dollars.
  • Gregg Allman just announced the possibility of an Allman Brothers reunion! Their last tour together as a band was in 2014. Nothing is set in stone yet, but looks like they are thinking about visiting major cities in the future. Gregg is also currently in the process of working on a solo album.

Anyone else excited for tonight, just so the election craziness will be done?

SOURCE: Ultimate Classic Rock