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Music News: Bruce Springsteen, Everly Brothers, Stevie Nicks

PARIS, FRANCE - JULY 06: Bruce Springsteen attends the Paris Eiffel Jumping presented by Gucci at Champ-de-Mars on July 6, 2014 in Paris, France.
Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Gucci

Bruce Springsteen recently stepped behind the camera, as he directed a promo for his track "Hunter of Invisible Game”.

The video is a ten minute short film, where Springsteen plays a post-apocalyptic survivor wandering the Earth alone. His character is also plagues by memories of the past, and in giving the video the kind of that intensity, the footage is accompanied by haunting orchestral music, before the track’s beginning halfway through.

On his official website, Springsteen wrote about doing a short film for “Hunter of Invisible Game” for a long time with filmmaker Thom Zimny (with whom he has also worked with on a number of projects includine a documentary on the High Hopes album) , and also hopes fans will enjoy the clip, which can be seen on Youtube.

In other music news, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is honoring the Everly Brothers with a tribute concert, set to take place on October 25th at the Playhouse Square’s State Theater in Cleveland, with an appearance from surviving member Don Everly, whose younger brother Phil passed away earlier this year.

Singer Rodney Crowell will preside as musical director for the concert, which will take place during the Rock Hall’s 19th annual “Music Matters” series. Performers will be announced at a later date.

Meanwhile, Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks is joining The Voice as adviser for Adam Levine’s team for the show’s upcoming season. With filming underway, the singer has been working with the Maroon 5 frontman and his twelve team members, as they both assign songs, and rehearses with the contestants, in preparing for the battle rounds.

Nicks is also set to embark on a 33-city tour in September with Fleetwood Mac, which will also include returning member Christine McVie.

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