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Spotify's Top 10 most streamed tracks

The following list represents the top streamed tracks on Spotify from Monday, Mar. 17, to Sunday March. 23: UNITED STATES 1. Katy Perry, "Dark Horse" (Capitol Records) 2. John Legend, "All of Me" (Columbia Records) 3. Jason Derulo, "Talk Dirty - feat. 2 Chainz" (Warner Bros. Records) 4. Bastille, "Pompeii" (Virgin Records Ltd) 5. Various Artists, "Let It Go" (Disney Enterprises, Inc.) 6. Pharrell Williams, "Happy (from Despicable Me 2)" (Back Lot Music/Columbia Records) 7. Beyoncé, "Drunk In Love" (Columbia Records)

Johnny Cash album recorded in 1980s to be released

Washington, Mar 25 (EFE).- "Out Among The Stars," a disc that country music singer Johnny Cash recorded in the 1980s but which was never released until now, goes on sale Tuesday more than a decade after the artist's death. Cash's record label at the time, Columbia Records, had no interest in releasing the album 30 years ago and the material was shelved until the musician's only son, John Carter Cash, found it in his father's files in Nashville.

Salsa singer Celia Cruz joins Walk of Legends at New York's Apollo Theater

New York, Mar 23 (EFE).- Legendary salsa singer Celia Cruz has been honored with a place on the Walk of Legends at New York's Apollo Theater. The late Cuban-born singer was honored on Saturday night, marking the 50th anniversary of her first appearance on the stage of the iconic New York theater. Cuban singer Lucrecia and Dominican salsa musician Jose Alberto, known as "El canario," performed some of Cruz's most famous songs. The concert was part of a series commemorating the 80th anniversary of the legendary Harlem theater.

Salsa singer Celia Cruz joins Walk of Legends at New York's Apollo Theater

New York, Mar 23 (EFE).- Legendary salsa singer Celia Cruz has been honored with a place on the Walk of Legends at New York's Apollo Theater. The late Cuban-born singer was honored on Saturday night, marking the 50th anniversary of her first appearance on the stage of the iconic New York theater. Cuban singer Lucrecia and Dominican salsa musician Jose Alberto, known as "El canario," performed some of Cruz's most famous songs. The concert was part of a series commemorating the 80th anniversary of the legendary Harlem theater.

Rolling Stones plan Paris gig after postponing tour Down Under

The Rolling Stones Sunday said they will play Paris' Stade de France in June for the first time since 2007, after postponing a tour Down Under due to the death of Mick Jagger's girlfriend. The British band will play a single gig in France's national stadium in Paris on June 13 as part of their 14 On Fire tour, according to a statement from their French promoter. The Stones already have a string of dates planned across Europe for June, including in Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Italy.

Designer L'Wren Scott's rep denies fashion firm had financial woes

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Representatives of fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who committed suicide this week, denied reports that her fashion company had been struggling and said she had been planning to restructure her global business. PR Consulting, which represents Scott and her company, LS Fashion Limited, said in a statement on Friday that financial figures about her firm reported in the media were "misleading and inaccurate."

Lennon's doodles, drawings and nonsense poems to be sold in New York

By Julia Fioretti LONDON (Reuters) - The largest private collection of nonsense poems, doodles and comic drawings by the Beatles singer John Lennon will be sold in New York in June, auctioneer Sotheby's said on Friday. Ranging from gibberish descriptions of Lennon's native city Liverpool, in northern England, to a drawing of a "National Health Cow" in an apparent jab at Britain's national health service, the collection reveals a lesser known side of the celebrated British singer, who was shot dead in 1980.

New photos of Kurt Cobain death scene yield no new clues: police

By Jonathan Kaminsky OLYMPIA, Washington (Reuters) - A cold case investigator has found several rolls of undeveloped film from the scene of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain's 1994 death, but Seattle police said on Thursday they do not expect the discovery will alter a finding that he committed suicide. The grunge rock hero died in Seattle at age 27 of a self-inflicted gunshot to the head.

Jagger comforted by daughters in Los Angeles

Mick Jagger is being comforted by his daughters in Los Angeles after postponing a Rolling Stones tour following his girlfriend's suicide in New York, a spokesman said Thursday. The grieving Stones frontman flew from Australia to California, where one of his daughters lives and two others are staying following L'Wren Scott's shock death. It remains unclear when the funeral will be held for the former model turned fashion designer, who was found hanged in her luxury apartment on Monday.

Lady Gaga adds K-pop act to North America tour

K-pop made fresh inroads Thursday when Lady Gaga revealed that South Korean girl group Crayon Pop will open her upcoming summer concerts in Canada and the United States. "I'm excited to announce June 26 through July 22 of Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball will be opened by CRAYON POP!," the "Mother Monster" announced on her @ladygaga Twitter feed. The candy-colored quintet topped the K-pop charts last year when their danceable ditty "Bar Bar Bar" -- featuring their signature helmets and piston-style line dancing -- went viral on YouTube.
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