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If you search the name Bruce Springsteen online, there’s a 18.82 percent chance you’ll click on a page that tests positive for viruses and other malware. That’s according to a new study by the virus fighters at McAfee. The Boss is ranked fifth on McAfee’s list of the Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities of 2014. ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel is […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Sammy Hagar thinks he looks stupid being a rock star at age 66. Hagar says he loves to do it and he wants to make his fans happy, but he finds it “embarrassing.” He’d like to continue being a celebrity, but in a different way. Hagar says he’d rather write shows […]
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Iron Man will live again, one last time. In an interview with Metal Hammer, Ozzy Osbourne revealed that Black Sabbath will record their twentieth and final album. Rick Rubin, who worked with the band to record their successful 2013 comeback effort, 13, will once again serve as producer. Ozzy also announced that he, along with Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, will embark on one […]
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The new Pink Floyd album, “The Endless River” is scheduled to be released on November 10th, and the band has elected to issue two previews of what fans can expect. Following the 2008 death of keyboardist Rick Wright, surviving Floyd members David Gilmour and Nick Mason began sifting through material they had recorded with the keyboardist. […]
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PHOENIX (AP) – The new thrift store in Phoenix has a sweet name: Alice’s Attic. The “Alice” behind it happens to be Alice Cooper. The Arizona Republic reports Cooper held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week for the store. It’s in the same building as his Rock Teen Center, which helps at-risk kids learn music. Cooper […]
NEW YORK (AP) – Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason says their upcoming record is a tribute to keyboardist Rick Wright. He says “The Endless River” is a good way of seeing how Wright’s playing was at the heart of the Pink Floyd sound. Pink Floyd revealed the cover art on buildings in 10 cities, including […]
Jimi Hendrix fans can now take a selfie with the guitar god — in wax-statue form, that is.A wax likeness of the legendary musician was unveiled Friday by his brother Leon Hendrix at Madame Tussauds San Francisco. The ceremony coincided with Jimi Hendrix Day, honoring the 44th anniversary of his death, which occurred September 18, 1970.A team of 20 […]
Just in time for Halloween, Alice Cooper’s 2013 appearance at the the Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany, is ready to be unleashed. Raise the Dead — Live from Wacken is set for an Oct. 21 release on CD and DVD by UDR-Home of Legends. The full concert features 22 songs, including covers of “Break on Through” […]
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It isn’t often KISS goes without makeup for a live show these days, but the band made an exception, playing an acoustic gig to raise money for a military museum in Oregon. The group previously has supported the Historical Outreach Foundation in its goal of raising $15 million to renovate the Oregon Military Museum, but the foundation’s […]