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KISS Played a Concert for Sharks, Sharks Didn't Show

KISS may have had to cancel their tour of New Zealand and Australia while Paul Stanley battles the flu, but the other band members still went Down Under to play one of their most unique gigs ever. Gene Simmons , Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer hopped aboard a boat for a concert billed as KISS playing...
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Study: 78 Minutes of Music a Day Improves Mental Health

There have been been plenty of studies that prove the health benefits of music, but just how much of a daily intake do you need to start reaping the benefites? 78 minutes. A study by the British Academy of Sound Therapy found that listening to music for that amount of time helps maintain good...
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Kelly Osbourne Says 'The Osbournes' Closer Than Ever to Returning to TV

It’s been almost fifteen years since The Osbournes finished their run on MTV. The ground-breaking peek into the life of Ozzy Osbourne and his family set records for the network, and introduced everyone to a new side of the Prince of Darkness. In a new interview, daughter Kelly Osbourne shares that...
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Boom, Roasted: Lizzo, Green Day, Luke Combs, Alice Cooper Read Mean Tweets on 'Kimmel'

Twitter is not a safe place to be. The trolls will find you, especially if you’re a celebrity. But sometimes they get a chance to fight back, or just kill them with kindness, in the always fun “Mean Tweets” segment on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Billie Eilish kicked things off with a comment about her...
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13 Most Successful Solo Careers by Legendary Rock Band Members

Most rock bands have a shelf life. For every Rolling Stones there’s ten Led Zeppelins – bands that shot through the universe for a finite period of time and made their mark. But that doesn’t mean the musicians in those bands don’t have anything else to say, so they continue their careers in...
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6 Mick Jagger Dorky Dad Moments

Papa is a rolling stone. But just because he’s a rock god doesn’t mean Mick Jagger is any less dorky than the next dad. With eight kids, The Rolling Stones frontman is just like all parents, posting embarrassing comments on social media and using weird gadgets in public. Everyone knows Mick the...
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KISS Announces Final Concert Date Ever

The KISS End of the Road tour has a stop sign in sight, but it’s way off in the distance. The band says the marathon trek will come to an end on July 17, 2021 in New York City, Singer Paul Stanley made the announcement during their performance on the KISS Kruise over the weekend, while revealing 75...
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Eddie Vedder, Red Hot Chili Peppers Cover Hendrix, Prince

Eddie Vedder and the Red Hot Chili Peppers teamed up for some epic covers during a fun night of music in Los Angeles. The Pearl Jam frontman joined Anthony Kiedis and company for Jimi Hendrix ’s version of “All Along the Watchtower” and Prince ’s “Purple Rain.” The performances took place during...
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Def Leppard Funko Pop! Figures Unveiled

Def Leppard has never let success go to their heads, until now. The “Rock of Ages” band is getting its own Funko Pop! Collection. The popular vinyl collectible company announced the collaboration this week: “Bring a massive soundwave of new wave British heavy metal to your collection with Pop! lead...
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Ronnie Wood Talks Addiction in Trailer for New Doc 'Somebody Up There Likes Me'

“I wouldn’t change anything, except I’d do it with my eyes open a bit more,” says Ronnie Wood in the new trailer for the unflinching documentary about his life “Somebody Up There Likes Me.” The sometimes unheralded but indispensable Rolling Stones guitarist has been crucial to the band’s sound and...
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