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Ozzy’s Debt To Tragic Williams

Ozzy Osbourne has always been known to be a little crazy. Not one to show his real emotions. But when it came to the tragic death of Robin Williams. Ozzy said he will never forget the kindness shown to him and wife Sharon by the actor and comedian

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Queen See Future With Lambert

Queen was always an iconic band. Establishing thier own sound and style. But with the death of Freddy Mercury in 1991. It was seen as the end of the band. Enter American Idol winner Adam Lambert. Lambert is out on the road with Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor and has won praise for the way he has filled in for the late Freddie Mercury

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Aerosmith Cancel Shows

It seems that Aerosmith's drummer is having heart problems. And because of those problems the band has been forced to cancel dates on thier current tour. The veteran rockers postponed a show in Concord, California last night (13

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ZZ Top’s Gibbons Dancing To A New Tune

Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top has never been one to shy away from innovative music styles to flower his bands music. But now he's working on dance music? ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons has collaborated with dance producer David Guetta on new material

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Celebrities React To The News Of Robin William’s Death on Social Networks

For decades, Robin Williams seemed jovial in his many award winning films, standup routines, and his many TV appearances.

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Rockers, Country Rockers Gather To Fete Skynyrd

Lynyrd Skynyrd has been holding the banner for Southern rock for decades. Even a terrible plane crash many years ago couldn't stop the tough southern rockers. Now it look as though they are going to get some credit

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Petition For Weird Al Yankovic To Play Super Bowl Half-Time Show Gets 45,000 Signatures

He has the number one selling album in the country and he did that without any radio play. Weir Al Yankovic is having the time of his life. Now it seems folks want him to play the Super Bowl. Last month, Yankovic scored his first ever number one album in the US after decades of releasing popular pop parodies such as Eat It, a spoof of Michael Jackson's Beat It, which is about a fussy eater

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Young ‘Won’t Return’ To AC/DC

For all those fans hoping Malcom Young is going to return to AC/DC. It's final. He's not coming back. Fans who have been hoping the 61-year-old's absence was temporary will have to get used to the fact that it's permanent, and that his nephew Stevie, who appears on their upcoming album, is the man they'll see on the road in his place

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Tom Petty Says No More Solo Album

As one of my all time favorites bands. There is one thing I don't like seeing from Tom  Petty and The Heartbreakers. It's Tom Petty without the Heartbreakers. He tried solo work. It didn't work. Now Tom Petty never wants to make another album without his band

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Cast Of ‘Big Bang Theory’ Sign New Deals

It's my favorite show. Has been for years. Though I was a late comer to the Big Bang Theory, not jumping on board until season three. I have it as my ring tone and "Bazinga" is my email notifier. And for a while it looked like this year wasn't going to happen

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The Who Seek Rare Memorabilia

The Who are celebrating their 50th anniversary. And they want your help.The great rockers who will begin what looks like their final tour November 3rd, are seeking rare memorabilia from fans for their 50th anniversary

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Pink Floyd’s New Album Is ‘Spacey’

I remember when I first heard Dark Side of The Moon. It changed my life I think. It set the bar so high for other rock and roll bands at the time that some groups just quit. Now. We have new Pink Floyd

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