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George Clinton just confirmed that he will retire from touring after almost 50 years in the music industry. Prior to his retirement, he will first headline over 50 shows this year.
Avicii, a famed DJ from Sweden, passed away on Friday, April 20, in Muscat, Oman. He died two years after announcing his decision to retire from the music scene.
Childish Gambino recently said that no one in the music industry has good intentions. The rapper's statement came just months after he announced his retirement.
Ozzy Osbourne recently confirmed that he will no longer tour the world after No More Tours 2. However, the singer will continue to perform at his gigs, release a new album, and host the Ozzfest.
Hit-Boy recently made an announcement that took everyone by surprise. The "N---as In Paris" producer revealed his retirement from music production via Twitter after discussing his grind in a new series from Jay Z's Life+Times and Vitaminwater.
The Allman Brothers Band will say farewell at the end of the month with a six-night residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, and bandleader Gregg Allman recently announced there will not be any special guest performers at the shows.
Well, of course Derek Jeter had a plan after deciding to retire from the kind of baseball career that will no doubt lead him into the Hall of Fame.
Former Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox wasn't exactly reassuring as she talked about the future of her career recently. Rolling Stone reports that Lennox, while recording her sixth solo album Nostalgia, admitted that the effort might be her "swan ...