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Metallica Runs with the Devil

The boys in Metallica were fans of Van Halen growing up. Here is how they showed their love for the group.

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Does This Cow Look Familiar?

Ever see those photos were people look strikingly like their pet dogs? Well this cow resembles some one in the rock and roll world.

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The Cars Stream “new” Track

Bands often record more tracks than they actually release on an album. What happens to that music? Sometimes it’s lost forever, sometimes it makes it to another record. The Cars recently reissued their classic album Candy O and it contained a new song.

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Gene Simmons Say The Music Industry is Dead

Gene Simmons has never shied away from sharing his opinions on the current state of music. He now not only believes “rock is dead” but that “the music biz is dead” in general, at least for newer bands.

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George Thorogood Leaves the Destroyers Behind

You know George Thorogood with The Destroyers, they even stopped by our Live Lounge. Now the rocker is set to go solo with his Party of One album.

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The Rolling Stones will Record a new album

Its been about twelve years since The Rolling Stones dropped new tunes on us. After recording the Blue and Lonesome covers album, they realized they still have some new music in them. 

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Godfather of Shock Rock is Shocked by His Storage Locker

Alice Cooper forgot that he owned an Andy Warhol painting. And now he has remembered where he kept it. The recently uncovered silkscreen image, titled "Little Electric Chair," had spent over 40 years in storage alongside Cooper's old tour equipment. It’s valued at - 

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Guns N Roses Invite Only Concert

GNR honored the 30 year anniversary of Appetite for Destruction with an intimate invite only concert? Check out videos below & click the link for even more. \m/ Yowzer.

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Why musicians deaths affect me so much

People always give me a hard time when I shed tears upon learning the death of a musician/artist/rockstar. It’s not like I knew the person. We weren’t family or friends. What that person gave to me was something a family member or friend never could. Solace. As someone who struggles with self worth on a daily basis, sometimes the only thing I look forward to each day is knowing I’m going to hear a great song. That song that makes me happy or sad or angry. That song that explains my emotions better than I can. They aren’t just celebrities, they’re what keeps me getting up every morning. When the music dies, part of me dies too. more and more I’m saddened by the loss of my favorite musicians. It hurts. If you feel that there is no end to the pain, if you feel things are never going to get better, please don’t be ashamed to talk to someone. There are other solutions. And more great songs. 

Cover to Cover

Bob Seger wrote a rock and roll classic when he penned his song about the trials and tribulations of life on the road. It’s so good it’s been covered many times but which version of the song do you like more?

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