Rumours was a Canadian television sitcom. The show centred on Ben and Sarah, co-editors of a women's magazine in Toronto.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2006-10-09

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The Rumour were an English rock band in the late 1970s and early 1980s. They are best known as the backup band for Graham Parker, whose early records (from 1976 to 1980) were credited to Graham Parker & The Rumour. However, The Rumour were also recording artists in their own right, releasing three albums: Max (1977), Frogs, Sprouts, Clogs and Krauts (1979), and Purity of Essence (1980). The group broke up at the end of 1980, but reunited as Parker's backing band in 2011, and have performed and recorded with Parker ever since. The band undertook a short final UK tour in October 2015, finishing with a final concert at the London Forum on 17 October 2015. At this show, the surviving members of the horn section also reunited, the first time for 33 years.

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On 21 October 2010, Parker, Andrews, Belmont, Goulding, and bassist Jeremy Chatzky performed together under the name Kippington Lodge Social Club, at a preview screening of Don't Ask Me Questions, a documentary about Parker. The following spring all five original members joined Parker to record a new album, entitled Three Chords Good, and in September 2011 Parker and The Rumour filmed a performance scene for the Judd Apatow film This Is 40. The album was released in November 2012. Music journalist, Stephen Thomas Erlewine noted that the release was “the rare reunion that simultaneously looks back while living in the present.”

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