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In a Twitter posting, popular British singer Rebecca Ferguson reveals that she has been asked to sing at the Presidential Inauguration of Donald Trump but will only agree to perform if she can sing Strange Fruit, the 1939 song about the lynching of black men, made famous by Billie Holiday.
Robbie Williams posts a humourous video on Instagram in response to criticisms which surfaced after he used hand santiser liquid to clean his hands after touching fans during his New Year's Eve concert.
Darkened Soul play at The Nsect Club, Hampton. Virginia, USA.
A statistical report by data analytics engineer Jason Crease confirms that, as widely believed, 2016 included an unusually high number of celebrity deaths. According to Crease's figures the number of celebrity deaths in 2016 is likely to occur only once in every 200 years.
BiS play at Zepp Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
It is announced that Gwen Stefani has been chosen as the new Face Of Revlon make-up.
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Steve Earle and Langhorne Slim play at The City Winery, New York City, USA.
During an interview on the podcast WTF With Marc Maron, Bruce Springsteen criticises US President Elect Donald Trump, stating, "I've felt disgust before, but never the kind of fear that you feel now." He goes on to add, "When you let that genie out of the bottle - racism, bigotry, intolerance - when you let those things out of the bottle, they don’t go back in the bottle that easily. If they go back in at all."
Sabaton play at Arenan, Falun, Sweden, Europe.
AOA release their debut LP, Angel's Knock on FNC Entertainment in South Korea, Asia.
Mos Def plays the last of three nights at The Kennedy Center, Washington DC, USA.