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  1. Find the track listing, album artwork, and new dates below: Pray For the Wicked: 1. (Fuck A) Silver Lining 2. Say Amen (Saturday Night) 3. Hey Look Ma, I Made It 4. High Hopes 5. Roaring 20s 6. Dancing’s Not A Crime 7. One Of The Drunks 8. The Overpass 9. King Of The Clouds 10. Old Fashioned 11. Dying In LA https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/rock/8257063/panic-at-the-disco-new-album-tour-pray-for-the-wicked
  2. Til It's Gone
  3. I love Adam, he's awesome
  4. TORONTO — Besieged Canadian pop-rockers Hedley faced a barrage of more bad news Friday as they were dropped by their management team, abandoned by one of the opening bands on their cross-Canada tour, and saw their music blacklisted by the CBC. The whirlwind of developments came a day after dozens of radio stations also stripped Hedley’s hit songs from the air in response to sexual misconduct allegations, which had been circulated by anonymous social media users who detailed encounters with young fans. The former MuchMusic darlings — fronted by Jacob Hoggard and including Dave Rosin, Tommy Mac and Jay Benison — released a statement Wednesday calling the allegations “unsubstantiated,” but acknowledged they “engaged in a lifestyle that incorporated certain rock ‘n’ roll cliches.” They went ahead with a show in Medicine Hat, Alta., that night and were set to play Brandon, Man., on Friday — but without openers Neon Dreams. “In light of the allegations surfacing against Hedley, we can no longer in good conscience continue on the ‘Cageless’ tour,” the band said in a statement, just hours before they were due to hit the stage. On Friday morning, Hedley’s management team said it had terminated all “business relationships with the band” and the CBC announced it was dropping the group’s music from its radio and streaming platforms “in light of the serious allegations that have surfaced.” On Thursday, Corus Radio revealed it had suspended all airplay of Hedley songs across its 30 music stations, as did other stations in Edmonton and Vancouver. The Junos also dropped the Vancouver group from the upcoming televised awards bash in what was called a joint decision with the band “after careful consideration of the situation.” Wednesday’s move by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences came shortly after the release of the band’s statement addressing claims of impropriety involving young fans. http://nationalpost.com/entertainment/music/cbc-drops-hedleys-music-from-radio-streaming-service
  5. https://twitter.com/beamiller
  6. 'Cause I can promise you Baby, what you see is what you get
  7. "What U See (Is What U Get)"
  8. Hunt You Down
  9. Getaway Car & Delicate.
  10. Today, HRC issued the following statement after Bermuda’s Governor John Rankin signed legislation into law repealing marriage equality. Under the guise of passing domestic partnership benefits, the new law strips loving same-sex Bermudan couples of the right to marry. “Governor Rankin and the Bermuda Parliament have shamefully made Bermuda the first national territory in the world to repeal marriage equality,” said Ty Cobb, director of HRC Global. “This decision strips loving same-sex couples of the right to marry and jeopardizes Bermuda’s international reputation and economy. Despite this deplorable action, the fight for marriage equality in Bermuda will continue until the day when every Bermudian is afforded the right to marry the person they love.” In a letter to lawmakers, the Bermuda Tourism Authority had warned of consequences for the tourism industry if the measure became law, citing economic fallout over anti-LGBTQ measures in the U.S. states of North Carolina and Indiana in 2016 and 2015. The letter states, “Significantly, it’s not only LGBT travelers that care about equal rights based on sexual orientation. Our research indicates many companies, consumers and travelers, including the overwhelming majority of the younger visitors powering Bermuda’s growth, care about this issue. It’s why the fallout in North Carolina and Indiana has proven so detrimental.” Bermuda achieved marriage equality through a Supreme Court ruling in May 2017 in a case brought by Bermudian Winston Godwin and his Canadian husband Greg DeRoche, who challenged the Registrar-General’s rejection of their initial application to marry. http://www.hrc.org/blog/bermuda-governor-John-Rankin-signs-bill-repealing-marriage-equality
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