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Andrew W.K. Releases His First Song In 9 Years, "Music Is Worth Living For"

For the first time in a long time, Andrew W.K. has returned to spread more positivity through the magic of party rock in his newest song, "Music Is Worth Living For." In a short video posted to his Twitter account, W.K. addresses fans on the song's debut saying, "It's finally here. My first song in...
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A Jeopardy Contestant Confused Jack White For Eminem And The Internet Went Nuts

Normally when somebody appears on Jeopardy , they are faced with some often difficult trivia questions. But when host Alex Trebek asked the question (or answer) of "“A recent vinyl resurgence has been aided by this musician, who built a pressing plant in his Detroit hometown,” one contestant's...
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That Time Nirvana Completely Butchered A TV Performance On Purpose

If you plan on asking a band like Nirvana to play a fake set, expect it to blow up in your face. When appearing on a British music program "Top of the Pops," the show had a policy that musical guests had to sing over a pre-recorded instrumental track. Because Kurt Cobain , Krist Novoselic and Dave...
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"Fast" Eddie Clarke, The Last Surviving Member Of Motorhead's Classic Lineup, Dies At 67

The rock world once again mourns the death of another one of its greats, "Fast" Eddie Clarke of Motörhead . Clarke was the last surving member of Motörhead's classic lineup. Drummer Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor died on November 11th, 2015, and frontman/bassist Lemmy Kilmister died later that year...
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15 Artists That Have Never Won A Grammy, But Should

With the 60th annual Grammy awards only weeks away, only a handful of artists will take home a trophy from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. But much like many other award ceremonies, there are many artists that are often snubbed, overlooked and robbed of the recognition they...
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Eric Clapton Says He's Losing His Hearing

Guitar legend Eric Clapton , like many other greats in rock, recently told the BBC that he has tinnitus. A hearing condition often caused by damage to inner ear cells by loud and excessive noise, tinnitus results in the perception of ringing or buzzing in the ears. Much like former AC/DC frontman...
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Puddle Of Mudd's Wes Scantlin Is In Rehab And Is Doing Very Well

When Wes Scantlin of Puddle of Mudd is in the news, it's almost always not because of something good. But 2018 might be a fresh start for the frontman because he's in the news over something positive! Since Christmas Eve of 2017, Scantlin entered a rehab facility and according to a statement on the...
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5 Amazing Brent Smith Moments

What can we say about Shinedown 's Brent Smith that we haven't said before? He's got killer vocals, he has fronted one of the biggest bands from the early 2000's, and he's just an all-around terrific guy. So to celebrate his birthday (January 9th, 1978) we wanted to share some of our favorite Brent...
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Queen To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award At The 2018 Grammys

As part of the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, Queen is expected to receive an honorary "Lifetime Achievement Award" at the 2018 ceremony. Other artists to receive the award includes Neil Diamond , the Meters , Louis Jordan , Emmylou Harris , Hal Blaine and Tina Turner . Although they have been...
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Tacoma Musician Shares Unheard Nirvana Demos Given By Kurt Cobain

In the 2015 documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck , audiences were carried through the life and times of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain . The film's soundtrack featured many raw tracks recorded by Cobain that have never reached the ears of Nirvana fans. Recently Tacoma, WA musician John...
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