Today in Music News 11.11.16
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- Legendary singer, song writer, and poet Leonard Cohen died today at the age of 82. Just last month, Cohen released You Want It Darker, the 14th album in a career that stretched back to 1967’s Songs of Leonard Cohen. Cohen's son said he died peacefully at his home.
- Def Leppard fans, pay attention! We soon are going to have a DVD in hand! Def Leppard‘s tour for last year’s self-titled album will be in a DVD-Blu-ray/two-CD set. On February 10th, they will release And There Will Be a Next Time – Live From Detroit.
- This is a very exciting time for The Rolling Stones! On December 2nd their new album Blue & Lonesome will be released, and then just 10 days later (Dec. 12th) their new film will hit select theaters for one day only! The film is called The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America, and you can check out where it’s gonna be playing right here.
- 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.”
If you get a chance, definitely check out Leonard's new album You Want It Darker. It is just as amazing as his legacy!
SOURCE: Ultimate Classic Rock