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35 Years Ago, Ozzy Osbourne's Bat-Bite Raised Safety Concerns At Boston Concert

On April 2nd, 1982, there was a greater police presence than usual at the Ozzy Osbourne concert at the Boston Garden. This comes on the heels of a series of incidents alleged animal abuse involving Ozzy biting the heads off of a bat and two doves, as well as hurling raw meat into the crowd onstage...
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Pearl Jam Once Refused To Tour With U2 & Guns N' Roses

In the early '90s if you were to name 10 of biggest bands at the time, you can be sure that Guns N' Roses, U2 and Pearl Jam would be in the Top 5. With U2 rising their wave of success from Achtung Baby , Guns N' Roses dominating with Use Your Illusion I and II , and Pearl Jam skyrocketing with Ten...
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15 Bands That Moved On With New Lead Singers

A band's lineup often changes like players on any football team. Members come and go, and the core members keep the band going. If a band member gets replaced, usually it's either the gutiarist, the bassist or the drummer. It's not often that the lead singer is the expendable one, but it can be a...
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Robert Plant Says That He Would Often Forget The Lyrics To 'Stairway To Heaven'

It what may comes as a shock to many Led Zeppelin fans, Robert Plant admitted in an interview with Project Exclusive that there were times when he would often forget the lyrics to their most popular song ever, "Stairway To Heaven." "I know it's a long song," Plant says in the interview. Lasting...
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Def Leppard's Phil Collen Believes That AC/DC Isn't Really AC/DC Anymore

With the arrest of drummer Phil Rudd, the retirement of Cliff Williams, Brian Johnson leaving due to health issues and the recent death of founding member Malcom Young, AC/DC has seen one of the biggest lineup changes than nearly any other band in over forty years. Although it's no surprise that...
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A Third Installment of the "Bill & Ted" Trilogy Is In The Works

Yes way. After Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure took our favorite teenage rockers throughout time and space to pass their history report in 1989, and then face off against the Grim Reaper in a game of Battleship in Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey in 1991, it's been 27 years since we ever heard...
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Jon Bon Jovi Had To Write A Note To Excuse His Opening Act From School

Whether they like it or not, getting an education is the most important thing for a teenager to strive for before venturing into the real world. But if Jon Bon Jovi wants you and your buddies to open up for him, you can afford to miss a day of classes. Usually the go-to excuse to missing school is...
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That Time The Foo Fighters Went Around Fighting Foos With Mr. T

We pity the fool that thought this happened in real life. In one of the rapid-fire stop-motion sketches from the Cartoon Network show Robot Chicken , Mr. T meets up with the Foo Fighters. But it's not because of something music-related. More because he's disappointed that the Foo Fighters have not...
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Jack White Confirmed As Musical Guest On Upcoming SNL Episode

On April 14th, Jack White has been confirmed to appear as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live with comedian John Mulaney as the host. Excited to announce our full April line-up! #SNL pic.twitter.com/Ydz8WhsB06 — Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) March 29, 2018 This will be White's third...
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Elders Struggle To Tell The Difference Between Led Zeppelin & Greta Van Fleet

Greta Van Fleet is one of the hottest new bands to take part in the a '70s rock revival of 2018, a sharp contrast to many mainstream millenial artists that do not put emphasis on raw talent and instrumentation. They are also known for bearing a sound very much similar to their idols, Led Zeppelin...
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