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KISS Sells Misspelled T-Shirts at Ohio Concert

KISS wanted to make an impression with the locals when they stopped in Cincinnati during their End of the Road tour, but you know what they say about best-laid plans. A t-shirt designed specifically for fans in Ohio’s Queen City unfortunately contained a misspelling of Cincinnati. The shirt had an...
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Metallica Shares New Trailer for 'S&M2'

In 1999, Metallica released S&M , a one-of-a-kind live album in which the band, along with the San Francisco Symphony, performed 20 songs from their catalog. There was also an instrumental cover of "The Ecstasy of Gold" by film composer Ennio Morricone . In celebration of S&M 's 20th...
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The Song U2 Has Played Live the Most

U2 has been one of the top-grossing touring acts for decades. In 2018, their Experience + Innocence tour took in more than $126 million thanks to nearly a million dedicated fans. The Irish band’s stage-shows have evolved over the years into multi-media attacks on the senses – a far cry from their...
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The Next Bon Jovi Album Will Feature More 'Socially Conscious Themes'

Bon Jovi has yet another album in the pipeline, and the band’s namesake and leader has an idea of what it will look like. Jon Bon Jovi says the New Jersey rockers’ 15th studio LP will be called Bon Jovi: 2020 , and it will feature more socially-conscious themes. According to Variety , Bon Jovi made...
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KISS Fans Sing Happy 70th Birthday to Gene Simmons

When Gene Simmons helped found KISS in 1973, there was no way he could have imagined standing on stage with his longtime bandmate Paul Stanley 46 years later while celebrating his 70th birthday. But that’s exactly where he found himself over the weekend in Saratoga Springs, NY. A few minutes before...
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Robert Downey Jr. Opens Rolling Stones Concert With Announcement About Mars

Robert Downey Jr. played Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so who better to start Thursday night’s Rolling Stones concert at the Rose Bowl with some out of this world news. The actor took the stage to announce to the tens of thousands of fans on-hand that the world’s greatest rock ‘n’...
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Steven Adler's Drums From Guns N' Roses Era up for Auction

If you have $125,000 laying around, a one of a kind drum kit could be yours. A 3-piece set that is said to have once belonged to former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler is up for sale on ebay . The description says it’s a 1988 Tama Rockstar Custom Faux Rock 3-piece set that Adler owned and used...
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See Johnny Flynn as David Bowie in First Pic From 'Stardust'

Up and coming actor Johnny Flynn is stepping into David Bowie ’s flamboyant wardrobe, and we’re getting our first look at the transformation. Salon Pictures shared a photo of Flynn as a young Bowie from the set of Stardust – the forthcoming film that is described an origins story and not a biopic...
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Beyond 'Light My Fire': The Doors' 9 Best Deep Cuts

The Doors were like a shooting star through the late 60s and early 70s. They released six studio albums between 1967 and 1971 and were gone. The death of iconic singer Jim Morrison effectively ended the band, leaving behind a stable of hits like “Light My Fire,” “Love Me Two Times,” and “Riders on...
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Ozzy Osbourne Was in 'Absolute Agony' After Neck Surgery

We knew Ozzy Osbourne was hurting, but we didn’t know how bad. Now the Prince of Darkness is opening up to Rolling Stone about the painful challenges he’s faced while recovering from a series of health issues that forced him off the road for what will end up being at least a year. A string of bad...
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