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Dr. Dre gets closer to "Detox"; Neil Young to play Constitution Hall; Zimmy banned in China; Chicago braces for Gagapalooza

dr dreDr. Dre - one (opening) day closer to dropping "Detox." (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

By Chris Richards

- Fans who've waited years for Dr. Dre's much-delayed, borderline-mythic third album "Detox" to materialize got a morsel of good news, Sunday. Dre was at Boston's Fenway park for opening day with Interscope bigwig Jimmy Iovine to announce the upcoming release of "Under Pressure," a new single with Jay-Z. It's expected to be Dre's first from the "Detox" album.

And some quick touring news:

- Neil Young announced that his spring solo tour will include a May 24 stop at Washington's DAR Constitution Hall. (We'll be the ones hopelessly yelling for songs off "Trans.")

- Bob Dylan won't be touring to China. China's Ministry of Culture has decided to not to allow Dylan to enter the country, forcing him to cancel an entire leg of his Southeast Asian tour.

- And if you can't wait to see Lady Gaga at Verizon Center on September 7, book a flight to O'Hare. She's now confirmed to headline Lollapalooza in Chicago this August.

By Chris Richards  |  April 6, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Bob Dylan, Dr. Dre, Lady Gaga, Neil Young  
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