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Megadeth Bassist David Ellefson Announces Solo Album, Sleeping Giants | Music News

12 April 2019

While metalheads the world over wait for news of the forthcoming Megadeth album, that band’s bassist David Ellefson is getting ahead of the game with the announcement that he will be releasing his first solo album. The new LP, Sleeping Giants (out on July 5th via Combat Records), is being presented as a companion piece […]

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A two-day Ghostbusters festival has been announced

10 June 2018

Sony has announced a two-day long Ghostbusters festival to coincide with the film’s 35th anniversary. Released in December 1984, 2019 will celebrate 35 years of Peter, Ray, Egon, Winston and the rest of the gang. Sony have teamed up with Ghost Corps and Wizard World to throw the two-day event in Culver City, California next […]

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Lady Gaga Super Bowl Halftime Show Drives 5.1 Million Tweets

6 February 2017

It doesn’t matter if people loved, hated or just tolerated Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show: They were tweeting about it. According to Twitter, there were 2.2 million tweets about Gaga’s #PepsiHalftime show between 8:10 and 8:30 p.m. ET, when the show was live. Combining the tweets leading up to the show, during and in […]

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Images of Fun Lovin’ Criminals performing live at Vicar Street in Dublin on Wednesday February 1st 2017

6 February 2017

New York 3-piece Fun Lovin Criminals performed live on stage at Vicar Street in Dublin on Wednesday the 1st of February 2017 for what seems to yet another welcomed return for the ‘Scooby Snacks’ collective. The Fun Lovin Criminals are still the world’s finest and only purveyors of cinematic hobo hip-hop rock ‘n’ roll blues-jazz soul-review vibes. The […]

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Black Sabbath return home to Birmingham for final concert ever: Setlist + video

5 February 2017

On Saturday night, Black Sabbath wrapped up their farewell tour in the city where it all began. Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler, and Tommy Iommi returned to their hometown of Birmingham, England for their final concert before calling it for quits for good. Appropriately, the legendary heavy metal outfit began their 16-song set with “Black Sabbath”, the titular track to their […]

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Watch Alessia Cara Perform "Scars to Your Beautiful" on 'SNL'

5 February 2017

Alessia Cara has been a fast-moving figure in the realm of pop music, rising from homemade YouTube covers to the owner of multiple Hot 100 hits in a few short years. Tonight marked her debut on the SNL stage, where she serves as the musical guest alongside host Kristen Stewart. For her first song, Cara performed “Scars […]

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Marc Spitz, Veteran Music Journalist and Author, Dead at 47

5 February 2017

Marc Spitz, a music journalist, playwright and author, has died at the age of 47. Rolling Stone has confirmed the author’s death, though a cause was not immediately available. Spitz wrote for publications including Spin, the New York Times, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone and was the author of several music books including 2001’s We […]

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The Beach Boys’ ‘Pet Sounds’ documentary set to screen on US TV

4 February 2017

The new film will feature interviews with band members and plenty of archive footage Press Pet Sounds Credit: Press A new documentary on The Beach Boys‘ classic album ‘Pet Sounds’ will air on Showtime in the US later this year. The album, released in May 1966, has had an inescapable influence on music and popular […]

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Guns N' Roses' Reunion Tour Has Played to Over 1.8 Million Fans (And Counting)

4 February 2017

With the final 2016 dates of Guns N’ Roses’ Not in This Lifetime… reunion tour reported to Billboard Boxscore, the trek’s total gross now stands at a whopping $192 million. The show goes on, however, as the tour restarted on Jan. 21 in Osaka, Japan, and will continue through Sept. 8. In 2016, the tour […]

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Michael Jackson Tax Judge Allows Trial Testimony About Intellectual Property Mashups

4 February 2017

This month, a groundbreaking tax trial begins over what Michael Jackson’s estate owes the Internal Revenue Service for the value of the late entertainer’s image and likeness when he died in 2009. The dispute’s significance not only derives from Michael Jackson’s fame and the stakes — perhaps as much as $1 billion — but also first […]

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