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Watch Dennis Rodman Carry Eddie Vedder as Pearl Jam Performs ‘Black, Red, Yellow’

Attendees of Pearl Jam's concert at Wrigley Field enjoyed a 90s-themed event when vocalist Eddie Vedder was joined by former Chicago Bulls power forward Dennis Rodman onstage. Aside from joining the band as it performed "Black, Red, Yellow," Rodman ...

Bob Dylan's Solo Tour this Fall Gains Momentum from Desert Trip Festival Slot; Tickets Rising!

Bob Dylan will hit the road this fall, launching a solo run from mid-October through November. The 27-date trek will span across North America making stops in cities such as El Paso, Tulsa, Baton Rouge and many more.

Watch as Coldplay and James Corden Cover Prince’s ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ at Rose Bowl Concert

During Coldplay's concert on Sunday at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, the band brought James Corden onstage to pay tribute to Prince by covering his song "Nothing Compares 2 U." After the performance, the band gave a very special surprise to The Late ...

The Devil Wears Prada Gets the 'Transit Blues' This Fall, Launches US Tour Behind New Album on Rise Records

Ohio-based metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada returns this October with their sixth album, 'Transit Blues.' The forthcoming record is their first on Rise Records since 2007's 'Plagues' and follows last year's cosmically-themed 'Space' EP.

Premiere: Austin's White Label Analog Unveils Album Lead Single 'Echoes'

The group is gearing up to release their debut full-length album In Case You Just Tuned In and we are happy to premiere the project's lead single "Echoes."

Matt Roberts of 3 Doors Down Found Dead Inside a Hotel in Milwaukee

Matt Roberts, the former guitarist and backup vocalist for 3 Doors Down, was found dead inside a hotel in Milwaukee on Saturday. His father Darrell Roberts, who was with him at that time, said he was informed of his son's death by detectives who ...

Watch as RHCP Bassist Flea Jam with Koko the Gorilla

Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers recently visited Koko at the Gorilla Foundation in Woodside, California. During his visit, the bassist held an unusual jam session with the intelligent animal.

Richie Sambora Congratulates Jon Bon Jovi on Band's Latest Single 'This House Is Not For Sale'

More than three years after leaving Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora congratulated frontman Jon Bon Jovi on the group's latest single "This House Is Not For Sale." The singer also reached out to his former bandmate and said that he's looking ...

Todd Phillips Reveales Why He Wasn't Able to Use Guns N' Roses' 'Paradise City' Song in 'War Dogs'

Todd Phillips, the director of the new film War Dogs starring Miles Teller, Jonah Hill and Bradley Cooper, revealed that he originally wanted to use Guns N' Roses' "Paradise City" in the movie. However, the director had to go with a different song ...

Paul McCartney Meets Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton Before Show in Cleveland

In a move fit for a royal, Sir Paul McCartney met Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton before a show in Cleveland on August 17.

Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day Likens Donald Trump to Nazi Leader Adolf Hitler

Ever controversial, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day has likened Donald Trump to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in a new interview. Armstrong has never shied away from using either political or protest themes in his music, and it seems the residual press ...

Check Out Temple of the Dog’s Unreleased Track ‘Black Cat’

The Seattle-based supergroup Temple of the Dog partnered with Vevo to officially release the lost track "Black Cat." The song will be included in the reissue of the band's self-titled Temple of the Dog debut album.

James Woolley, the Former Keyboardist of Nine Inch Nails, has Died

James Woolley, a former member of the Nine Inch Nails, has died at the age of 50. Woolley served as the keyboardist in vocalist Trent Reznor's band from 1991 to 1994.

Paul McCartney Signs Worldwide Agreement With Capitol Records

Paul McCartney has signed a worldwide agreement with his original label Capitol Records. The contract encompasses all of McCartney's post-Beatle work, starting with his 1970 McCartney album. It spans throughout the decades with Wings and his various ...

Bruce Springsteen's Final Stretch of 'The River' Tour Dates Reflect His Cheapest 2016 Tickets

After touring extensively for most of 2016, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band will hit the road again at the end of this month to complete the final stretch of North American dates for The River tour. ...

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