Roundup: Stones Heading into Studio, Leonard Cohen Faces His Harasser

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Ronnie Wood says the Rolling Stones are heading into the studio this month “to throw some ideas around.”

Damon Albarn says Blur’s show at the London Olympics this summer will likely be its last.

Leonard Cohen testified against his former manager in a harassment case in L.A.

Feist and Mastodon have paired up for an unlikely seven-inch single available on Record Store Day. Guitar World reports that Feist is covering Mastodon’s “Black Tongue,” while Mastodon’s taking on Feist’s “A Commotion.”

Eddie Vedder has posponed his solo tour for about six months, to allow more time for nerve damage in his arm to heal.

My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James will perform with Donovan at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony later this week. Meanwhile, Green Day will induct Guns n Roses.

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