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Last Update on January 26, 2015 08:11 GMT

RYAN ADAMS AND MANDY MOORE SPLIT

NEW YORK (AP) -- When Ryan Adams and Mandy Moore got married, many people wondered how such different people could make a marriage work. Now they're questioning it themselves. The couple have issued a statement saying they're getting divorced. Adams and Moore have been married nearly six years and have no children. They call it "a respectful, amicable parting of ways."

BLACK KEYS CANCEL EUROPE CONCERTS

UNDATED (AP) -- The Black Keys have called off their European tour because drummer Patrick Carney is nursing a serious shoulder injury. Carney dislocated his shoulder earlier this month while on vacation in the Caribbean. The band was unable to reschedule the dates. They intend to pick up the tour April 2 in Brisbane, Australia.

FANS WANT TO CAMP OUTSIDE FOR LAST GRATEFUL DEAD CONCERTS

CHICAGO (AP) -- If the Grateful Dead are going to play their last shows ever, Deadheads want the chance to camp out for the last time. Deadhead Jeremy Davis of Florida has started an online petition asking that overnight parking be allowed around Chicago's Soldier Field when the Grateful Dead play their farewell shows there in July. Davis says fans are willing to pay more for the opportunity to bring RVs and it would reduce traffic congestion. Soldier Field spokesman Luca Serra says the venue understands the desires of the Deadheads, but it's something that requires cooperation from several entities, including police, fire and other agencies. He says an evaluation will take place in the coming weeks.

EDGAR FROESE OF TANGERINE DREAM DIES

BERLIN (AP) -- Edgar Froese (FROH'-zuh) of the German electronic group Tangerine Dream has died. The band say Froese died unexpectedly from the effects of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna on Tuesday. He was 70. Tangerine Dream released more than 100 albums and soundtracks, including the film "Risky Business" and the video game "Grand Theft Auto 5." Froese said in an AP interview from July 2012 he got his first Moog synthesizer because Mick Jagger used one in the movie "Performance" and didn't want to keep it, so Froese acquired it through friends. He said he chose "Tangerine" for the color and "Dream" because people are not living but simply dreaming.

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<<CUT ..017 (01/26/15)>> 00:16 "a long run"

Edgar Froese (FROH'-zuh), founder of Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese said in a July 2012 AP interview the group got its first synthesizer from Mick Jagger.

<<CUT ..018 (01/26/15)>> 00:16 "in the world"

Edgar Froese (FROH'-zuh), founder of Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese said in a July 2012 AP interview he working on music for the movie "Risky Business" when he accidentally came up with a tune the director loved.

<<CUT ..019 (01/26/15)>> 00:16 "ready for it"

Edgar Froese (FROH'-zuh), founder of Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese said in a July 2012 AP interview he just creates and plays the kind of music he likes.

<<CUT ..020 (01/26/15)>> 00:13 "all of us"

Edgar Froese (FROH'-zuh), founder of Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese said in a July 2012 AP interview the group's name has a meaning that's special to him.

JOHN LEGEND PLAYS AT DEBUT OF NINA SIMONE FILM

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) -- Director Liz Garbus says her documentary about Nina Simone is the film she's been practicing to make all her life. The movie "What Happened, Miss Simone?" explores Simone's life from the time a white teacher recognized Simone's piano talent and offered her lessons through her rise to fame, her involvement in civil rights and her self-imposed exile in Liberia. The film premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival. After the credits rolled, John Legend took the stage for a Simone tribute concert. He says he studies Simone's versions of songs, "thinking about her words, thinking about her boldness, thinking about her commitment to justice."

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