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5 Times Joan Jett Was The Baddest Queen Of Rock

At a time when every little girl wanted to be Madonna , we had Joan Jett . Rising the fame in the '70s in the all-female punk rock band The Runaways , Jett rose to fame as a solo artist in Joan Jett and the Blackhearts where they produced hit songs like "I Hate Myself For Loving You", "I Love Rock...
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Liam Gallagher Hilariously Explains The Music Industry By Brewing His Own Tea

Liam Gallagher isn't the kind of person to bite his tongue when something bothers him. While backstage in the green room, Gallagher brewed himself a cup of tea, and that's a problem. "Now in the '90s I got someone else to f**king do it. But now I can't, money is tight. Gotta do it yourself. To...
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10 More Times Beavis & Butthead Tore Into Music Videos

The immature, moronic, and flat-out dubious commentary by "Beavis & Butthead" made them the unofficial voices of a generation. Escecially whatever thoughts floated around in their minds whenever they watched music videos that were being played on TV at the time, usually deciding if it's cool or...
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Blink-182, Korn, System Of A Down And More Confirmed To Perform At Chester Bennington Memorial Concert

When it was announced that Linkin Park would be holding a special memorial concert for late singer Chester Bennington , it was clear that it would be one the hottest shows to attend in 2017. Now many artists have confirmed that they will take part in the "Celebrate Life" concert, including Avenged...
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Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell Runs Down His Fantasy Football Picks; Hints At New Music

Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell is just as good at playing fantasy football as he is playing guitar. As someone that has put together a celebrity fantasy football league, it's fair to say that Cantrell is very passionate about winning at his own game! While appearing on NFL Fantasy Live ,...
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Stone Temple Pilots Release Unheard Song "Only Dying"

Taken from the expanded reissue of their debut album Core , the Stone Temple Pilots have released the an unheard track from their early demos titled "Only Dying." The song was intended to be featured on the soundtrack to the 1994 film "The Crow," but was later scrapped after the untimely death of...
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Watch Gene Simmons & Ace Frehley Perform Together For The First Time In 16 Years

When it comes to closing the rift between Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley of KISS , never say never. While performing at The Children Matter concert to benefit those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Gene Simmons welcomed Frehley to the stage for a rare KISS reunion that hasn't happened for 16 years! "...
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Queen's Brian May Believes Nuno Bettencourt Set The Standard For Guitar Solos

If the lead guitarist of Queen holds your guitar-playing skills in high regard, then you are doing something right. Brian May is known for being one of the greatest guitarists in all of rock n' roll. Many aspiring musicians refer to him as an inspiration and an influence for their art. But who does...
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Billy Corgan Holds Live Piano Performance Online, Teases New Solo Album

Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan , or as according to his upcoming solo album "William Patrick Corgan", has become quite fond of utilizing social media to stay in touch with his fans. Lately Corgan has been taking to Facebook Live to hold live piano pieces to perform in front of his...
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Metallica Is The Sound Of Sweet Revenge In Netflix's "The Punisher" Trailer

When you have one of the darkest, most ruthless characters in the MARVEL Comics universe, it seems only fitting to include a dark and powerful soundtrack. In the first official trailer for the upcoming Netflix series "The Punisher," things go from fine to immediately worse for Frank Castle (played...
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