"Initially I felt a mixture of surprise, humility, joy and a bit embarrassed but after
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Everyone keeps saying how terrible 2016 was… and they’re right!
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It was a tough year as we lost so many musical icons, but it wasn’t all bad and here’s 8 Reasons Why 2016 Didn’t Suck THAT Much!
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Children of Bodom will begin writing a new album in 2017, expecting to hit the studio in the fall as their drummer battles severe back pain.
Two men were killed and another two injured after gunfire erupted outside a Meek Mill concert in Wallingford, Connecticut Friday night.
Police have not released the identities of the four victims, but the family of one of the men killed in the shooting identified him as 31-year-old Travis Ward,
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While Max and Iggor Cavalera are touring Sepultura’s ‘Roots’ album, the band’s Andreas Kisser has no interest in anniversary album tours.
Patti Smith celebrated her 70th birthday Friday with a concert at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, the city where she was born in 1946. During the performance, former R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe made a surprise appearance on stage to present Smith with a cake
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Allan Williams, the Beatles' first manager and booking agent during the band's time in Hamburg, Germany in 1960, died Friday at the age of 86.
Liverpool's Jacaranda, the Williams-founded coffeehouse/music venue that was frequented by John Lennon when he was a student at the Liverpool Art College,
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