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Slash plays at The NIA, Birmingham, England, UK, Europe.
Poetry/music collective Little Machine play at The Manchester Litfest, Manchester, UK.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse play at The Petersen Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Pomplamoose play at Yoshi's Jazz Club, San Francisco, California, USA.
It is reported that Beyonce Knowles has dropped out of Clint Eastwood's upcoming A Star Is Born remake. Sources state that her schedule is packed and, without a set start date, taking part in the production has become too complicated for the singer.
Jeff Lynne releases his second solo LP, Long Wave, on Frontiers Records in the USA.
The Vaccines are among the artists performing live on UK tv show Later With Jools Holland.
Pete Townshend of The Who releases an autobiographical book, Who I Am, through Harper Collins in Australia.
Justin Bieber plays at The Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington, USA.
Suzanne Vega plays the second and third of four 25th Anniversary concerts in which she performs her second LP, Solitude Standing, in its entirety. These two concerts are held at The City Winery, Hudson Square, New York City, USA.
Touring in support of their fifth album, Moms, Menomena play at Black Cat, Washington, DC, USA.
Pete Townshend of The Who is interviewed publicly by Rolling Stone magazine editor and publisher Jann S. Wenner during a promotional appearance at Barnes And Noble, Union Square, New York City, USA, to coincide with the publication of Townshend's new book, Who I Am: A Memoir.
Van Dyke Parks releases a new LP, Songs Cycled, on the Bananastan label in the USA.
The Jim Jones Revue play at The Wardrobe, Leeds, UK.
The Vaccines are among the artists performing live on UK tv show Later With Jools Holland.
Concert industry veteran Michael Farrell, the American agent for Genesis and Phil Collins and Pink Floyd, dies of cancer.
Bret Michaels attends the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Bret Michael's Hospitality And Music Room at St. Joseph's Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
In the wake of a dispute about whether or not Mike Love recently fired him from The Beach Boys, the group's leader Brian Wilson tells the Los Angeles Times that "As far as I know I can't be fired" but adds that "by Mike not wanting or letting Al, David and me tour with the band, it sort of feels like we're being fired."
Led Zeppelin host an uncomfortably awkward press conference at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, USA, intended to promote Celebration Day, an upcoming film about their 2007 reunion concert. Instead, much of the time is spent fending off questions about the possibility of any further Led Zeppelin reunions.
Kiss release a new album, Monster, on Universal Records in the USA.
The Black Keys play at The US Airways Center, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, supported by Tegan and Sara.