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Radiohead and Janet Jackson to enter the Rock Hall of Fame

Radiohead and Janet Jackson to enter the Rock Hall of Fame

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Radiohead, Roxy Music and Janet Jackson will join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, alongside Def Leppard, The Zombies, Stevie Nicks and The Cure.The seven inductees are the biggest intake since 2004; and bring the total number of acts in the hall to 330.Nicks was already a member as part of Fleetwood Mac; and becomes the first woman to enter the Hall of Fame twice."To be recognised for my solo work makes me take a deep breath and smile," she said. "It's a glorious feeling."'Life-defining moment'Artists are eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25 years after the release of their debut album. Def Leppard, Roxy Music and Stevie Nicks were all accepted the first time their names appeared on the ballot. Janet Jackson g...
Lana Del Rey and Radiohead 'settle copyright dispute'

Lana Del Rey and Radiohead 'settle copyright dispute'

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Media playback is unsupported on your deviceLana Del Rey says her copyright dispute with Radiohead is over.Earlier this year, Del Rey said the British band were suing her over similarities between her song, Get Free, and their breakthrough hit Creep.Radiohead had rejected her offer of 40% of the song's royalties, she claimed, and were demanding 100% percent.The band's publishers subsequently denied taking legal action, but confirmed they had asked for a writing credit to be added to the song.Del Rey appeared to confirm the dispute had been settled during her set at the Lollapalooza festival in Sao Paolo, Brazil over the weekend.After performing Get Free in her encore, Del Rey lit a cigarette and told fans: "Now that my lawsuit's over, I guess I can sing that song any time I want, right?"At...
Radiohead deny suing Lana Del Rey

Radiohead deny suing Lana Del Rey

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Media playback is unsupported on your deviceLana Del Rey made headlines when she said Radiohead were suing her for copyright infringement - but the story just got a little more complicated.The band's publishers have disputed her claims, saying no legal action has been filed against the star.However, they are seeking credit on Del Rey's song Get Free, which they say copies elements of Radiohead's Creep.The story started on Sunday, when Del Rey confirmed a report in The Sun that Radiohead were suing her."It's true about the lawsuit," she wrote on Twitter. Radiohead rejected her offer of 40% of the song's publishing royalties, she claimed, demanding 100% percent."Their lawyers have been relentless," she added, "so we will deal with it in court."Skip Twitter post by @LanaDelReyIt’s true about