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John Mellencamp Buys $2.3 Million 'Live-Work Space' in Manhattan

It isn't a pink house and it certainly isn't in a small town, but John Mellencamp has added to his real estate portfolio by spending $2.3 million on a "stylishly renovated" space in Manhattan.

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Listen to Dizzy Reed's New Single 'This Don't Look Like Vegas'

Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed is readying the release of his upcoming solo album 'Rock 'N Roll Ain't Easy' with the arrival of the set's first single.

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45 Years Ago: Rolling Stones Stage Benefit Concert for Nicaragua Earthquake Victims

The Rolling Stones lifted their unofficial ban on doing benefit concerts on Jan. 18, 1973, when they performed to aid the earthquake victims of Nicaragua.

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Ann Wilson Reflects on Sex-Abuse Message of Heart's 'Barracuda'

Ann Wilson reflected on the continued need to deliver the message of Heart's 1977 song “Barracuda” while discussing current Hollywood sexual misconduct scandals.

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Former Ozzy, AC/DC and Dio Members Form New Band Dream Child

Former Dio guitarist Craig Goldy has unveiled a new supergroup called Dream Child.

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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme's 'American Valhalla' Coming to DVD

'American Valhalla,' a documentary that follows the making of Iggy Pop's 2016 'Post Pop Depression' album with Josh Homme, will be released on home video.

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Ex-Ataris bassist indicted, accused of telemarketing fraud

The former bassist of the rock band The Ataris awaits arraignment after he and a woman were indicted on federal conspiracy and fraud charges.

Michael Sean Davenport was arrested last month at a Little Rock, Arkansas, airport on a warrant issued by a southern Illinois federal court accusing him of running a telemarketing business in Santa Barbara, California, for eight years. The indictment alleges the business advertised houses and apartments it didn't own at low prices.

The 49-year-old Davenport is accused of defrauding more than 100,000 people out of $27 million.

Davenport and Cynthia Rawlinson, his sales manager, are charged with wire and mail fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

Davenport's attorney, Alan Karow, said in an email Wednesday night that he will "assert a vigorous defense" and that he believes Davenport is innocent. Rawlinson has no attorney listed in court records.

U2, Elton John, Kendrick Lamar to perform at Grammys

U2 and Elton John are headed to the Grammys to help the organization celebrate its 60th awards show.

The Recording Academy announced Wednesday that U2 and John, who will sing one of his classics with Miley Cyrus, will perform at the Jan. 28 show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Sam Smith and Kendrick Lamar, who is up for seven Grammys, were also added to the lineup. Previously announced performers include Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Pink, SZA, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, Childish Gambino, Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi, Kesha, Alessia Cara, Khalid, Logic, Patti LuPone and Ben Platt.

Two days after the Grammys, the academy will hold "Elton John: I'm Still Standing — A GRAMMY Salute," where Smith, Cyrus and others will pay tribute to the Rocket Man.

The week leading up to the Grammys will also feature some high profile performers: Eminem, Dave Matthews and Childish Gambino are part of the "Citi Sound Vault" from Jan. 24-28 at Irving Plaza in New York City.

Thirty Seconds to Mars will kick it off on Jan. 24, followed by The National, Eminem, Gambino and Matthews with bandmate Tim Reynolds.

Stella McCartney hopes fashion can have a 'Me Too' moment

Designer Stella McCartney is ready to see the Me Too movement sweeping Hollywood make its way to the runways.

"It's about time the fashion industry spoke up a little more," said McCartney during an interview Tuesday at a Los Angeles concert event showcasing her autumn collection.

"We are nearly 80 percent women in the company, but I also like men. So I'm a big believer in equality," said the British designer, who wore black to support the sexual misconduct defense initiative Time's Up.

Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, Emma Roberts, Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn were among the starry guest list.

"She just gives me the pallet and I paint with it and tonight I'm red!" said Perry while making her way into the party wearing a ruffled, flowy frock.

It was a family affair with Paul McCartney walking the red carpet before performing for the fashionable crowd.

The elder McCartney told reporters he was "super proud" of daughter Stella and joked that she got her sense of style from his former Beatles bandmate, Ringo Starr, who was also in attendance.

McCartney joined the band Muse onstage for Beatles' hits like "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Helter Skelter." Other performers included St. Vincent and Beck featuring the Compton Kidz Club choir.

Models were perched around the event space accentuating the rock concert setting with faded denim, funky animal prints and cozy sweaters. A neon Time's Up sign welcomed guests to Hollywood's S.I.R. Studios.

Sheer French lace showed up on slinky pastel slip dresses, sleeves and tracksuits. Leopard print ran throughout and a cinched-waist jumpsuit mixed red chevron with stripes. McCartney's men's line included preppy polo shirts and V-neck sweaters matched with patterned overcoats and relaxed track pants or jeans.

"It's approachable," said McCartney of the collection. "Naturally confident, naturally sexy and modern."

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The Doors, 'Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970′: DVD Review

More than 50 years after their debut LP, the Doors remain one of the most intriguing, distinct and powerful bands to ever roam the earth.

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'Concert for George' Reissued to Honor George Harrison's Birthday

The star-packed 'Concert for George' will be reissued -- and broadly expanded – in time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of George Harrison's birth.

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Spinal Tap Bassist Derek Smalls Announces 'Smalls Change' Solo LP

Spinal Tap bassist Derek Smalls is returning to action with his first solo album.

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Heartbreakers Reunion Set for Stephen Stills' Autism Benefit Show

Stephen Stills is bringing his Light Up the Blues autism benefit concert back to Los Angeles in April.

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Dolores O'Riordan Post-Mortem Results Expected This Week

An autopsy is expected to be completed this week to determine the cause of Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan's sudden death.

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Howard Stern Will Induct Bon Jovi Into Rock Hall

Howard Stern will induct Bon Jovi into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during the ceremony scheduled for April.

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35 Years Ago: Randy Newman Finds 'Trouble in Paradise'

If artists were paid in rave reviews, Randy Newman would be one of the richest acts in rock 'n' roll.

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Ex Black Label Society Member Guilty of Sexually Harassing Minor

Music school instructor sent explicit messages to girl, 14.

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Watch Paul McCartney Perform 'Helter Skelter' With Members of Muse

For any Beatles cover band, getting one of the group's surviving members to join you onstage is basically living the dream.

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Glenn Frey's Widow Files Wrongful Death Suit Against His Hospital and Doctor

Cindy Frey alleges that his doctor and hospital failed to properly diagnose and treat the issues that led to her husband's 2016 death.

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Billy Corgan Teases Smashing Pumpkins Reunion

Billy Corgan posted a picture of himself with original Smashing Pumpkins members James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin in the studio.

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