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Roger Waters Kicks Off 2017 'Us + Them' Tour: Set List, Photos, Video

Roger Waters previewed five songs from his new album at his tour opener in Kansas City.

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Roger Waters Kicks Off 2017 'Us + Them' Tour: Video, Set List

Roger Waters previewed five songs from his new album at his tour opener in Kansas City.

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Kiss Cancel Manchester Concert

The members of Kiss have canceled a planned appearance at the Manchester Arena in the wake of the bombing that killed more than 20 people during an Ariana Grande concert at the venue.

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Heart's Nancy Wilson Remembers Chris Cornell: Exclusive Interview

Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson have long been intertwined with the Pacific Northwest music scene.

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Lindsey Buckingham Says Fleetwood Mac Had Doubts Over New Buckingham-McVie Album

Lindsey Buckingham has revealed that the members of Fleetwood Mac had doubts over their contributions to the new duets album he wrote with Christine McVie.

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Bret Michaels Says Poison's Fights Were Always About Music

Bret Michaels has insisted that even though he regularly fought with his Poison bandmates in the ‘80s and ‘90s, the disagreements were always about their music, and were never personal.

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Ritchie Blackmore Says He Would Play With Deep Purple Again

Ritchie Blackmore has gotten over his bad feelings about Deep Purple, and he’d play with them again if he was invited, he said.

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Yes (Anderson Rabin Wakeman) Manager Challenges 'The Other Yes Band' to 'Identify Their Key Members'

The manager for Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman, has issued a challenge to Yes to publicize the fact that the current incarnation has no original members.

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WATCH: Celine Dion's first live performance of new 'Beauty and the Beast' song

Céline Dion was a reflection of Disney princess Belle at her concert at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Vegas on Wednesday.

At the concert, Dion performed her new hit “How Does a Moment Last Forever” from the new “Beauty and the Beast” film for the very first time for the crowd. The song was played during the end credits of the film.

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Dion payed homage to Belle during the performance by wearing a yellow ball gown like the heroine wears in the film. As she sang, the ballroom dance scene played on the screens behind her.

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On Tuesday, Dion addressed the attack near the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.

“What happened last night, makes no sense whatsoever. We live in different times and we need to love each other more than ever,” Dion said. “We need to support each other more than ever as well. What do you say we show our love to all of those in Manchester tonight? What do you think about that?”

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She then asked her audience, background vocalists and band to stand and join hands for a moment of silence for the victims.

“They will be seeing you and they will feel your love,” she said.

How Quiet Riot Tried to Sabotage Their 'Cum On Feel the Noize' Cover

Frankie Banali has revealed the lengths Quiet Riot went to in the hope of sabotaging their cover of the Slade song "Cum On Feel the Noize."

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