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FILE - Cincinnati Police and rescue workers attend to two bodies of people crushed to death outside the fateful The Who concert at Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 3, 1979. (Ed Reinke/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP, File)

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FILE - A security guard and an unidentified man look at an area where several people were killed as they were caught in a surging crowd entering Cincinnati's Riverfront Coliseum for a concert by The Who, Dec. 3, 1979. (AP Photo/Brian Horton, File)

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Bruce Springsteen is taking on the work of the Four Tops, Temptations, Supremes and other soul legends for a covers album that's coming out in November. The 15-song disc features two duets with singer Sam Moore. Springsteen explained that he “wanted to make an album where I just sang.” Those who've seen his live shows know that he'll frequently pull out a soul cover or two, particularly on the encores. Also on the disc, he'll cover the work of Tyrone Davis, The Walker Brothers, Dobie Gray and Frankie Wilson. The singer and his E Street Band are heading out on tour in February.

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This cover image released by Columbia Records shows "Only the Strong Survive" by Bruce Springsteen, releasing Nov. 11. (Columbia Records via AP)

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FILE - Bruce Springsteen performs at Stand Up For Heroes in New York on Nov. 1, 2016. Springsteen's new album "Only the Strong Survive" will be released on Nov. 11. (Photo by Greg Allen/Invision/AP, File)

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Grab your toilet paper. Bring a flashlight. Don’t forget a newspaper — or your fishnets. A touring, interactive version of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is hitting the road to celebrate the cult film’s birthday with screenings, live shadow casts, the invitation to be inappropriate and one of its original stars— Barry Bostwick. Released in 1975, the sci-fi, cross-dressing rock musical became a cult favorite and entered the pop culture lexicon for its many iconic and memorable scenes, including the song “The Time Warp” which has been covered by handfuls of artists and the often quoted phrase, “Dammit, Janet.” Other things yelled are less PG-13.

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A Krakow councilman says the Polish city cancelled gigs by Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters because of his sympathetic stance toward Russia in its war against Ukraine. And he invited the singer to join him on a visit to Ukraine to see the extent of Russian crimes. Councilman Lukasz Wantuch said the city owns the arena where two Waters’ concerts had been scheduled for April before being canceled. He said that Waters was free to perform in a private venue if he wishes. Wantuch spearheaded a symbolic resolution to declare Waters “persona non grata” in Krakow. He also invited Waters on Monday to join him on a visit to Ukraine to see for himself the extent of devastation caused by Russian attacks.

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FILE - Roger Waters performs at the United Center on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, in Chicago. Polish media are reporting that Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has canceled concerts planned in Poland amid outrage over his stance on Russia’s war against Ukraine. An official with the concert arena in Krakow where Waters had been scheduled to perform in April said the musician's manager had withdrawn the April performances without giving a reason. (Photo by Rob Grabowski/Invision/AP, File)

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Patti Smith attends the Joan Didion celebration of life event on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. (Photo by Christopher Smith/Invision/AP)

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Patti Smith, right, performs at the Joan Didion celebration of life event on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. (Photo by Christopher Smith/Invision/AP)