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Honoring Elvis Presley With Our 8 Favorite Covers

On the evening of August 16, 1977, Elvis Presley was scheduled to fly out of Memphis to start another tour, just weeks removed from the release of his twenty-fourth studio album, Moody Blue . Presley never made that flight, and was found unresponsive in his home. The icon was pronounced dead at 3:...
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Metallica Donates $279,000 to Romanian Children's Hospital

Metallica rocked Romania this week, and also left the European nation with a special gift. The heavy metal legends have donated $279,000 to help build the first pediatric oncology and radiotherapy hospital in the country. The money will go to Daruieste Viata (The Give Life Association). “The...
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Woodstock at 50: 7 Performers Who Are No Longer With Us

It has been 50 years since just a few more people than expected made a pilgrimage to the middle of nowhere in upstate New York for Woodstock. By the time the music and arts festival that lasted parts of four days was over, an estimated 400,000+ had unknowingly taken part of history. From August 15-...
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Guns N' Roses Settles Lawsuit Over Guns 'N' Rosé Beer

There are more than a few Guns N’ Roses fans out there who like to drink beer, but that doesn’t mean the band is cool with a brewery playing off its name. Axl , Slash and Duff have settled a lawsuit that accused Oskar Blues of trademark infringement. The Colorado brewery had been selling a brand...
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Duane Allman's 'Layla' Guitar Sells for $1.25 Million

It created one of the most memorable slide guitar solos on one of the most popular rock songs of all-time, and now Duane Allman ’s 1957 Les Paul has a new owner. The iconic goldtop guitar the late legend used to record “Layla” with Eric Clapton sold for $1.25 million at auction. Allman also used...
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Sports an 'XXXXL' Motley Crue T-Shirt in 'Hobbs & Shaw'

Dwayne Johnson is living up to his nickname in the new Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw . The Rock rocks a Mötley Crüe t-shirt on-screen. View this post on Instagram Posted @withrepost • @therock And smokin’ still ain’t allowed in school. #HobbsAndShaw #Venice @hhgarcia41 -- @motleycrue...
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James Hetfield Calls Woman Who Used Metallica Music to Scare off Cougar

The story of a Canadian woman using Metallica music to scare off a cougar has made its way all the way back to the band. Guitarist Kirk Hammett posted an article about it on his Facebook page, and now lead singer James Hetfield has called Denise Gallant to talk about it. Gallant was walking her dog...
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Beatles Fans Flock to 'Abbey Road' Crosswalk on 50th Anniversary of Iconic Photo

Fans of The Beatles are flocking to one of the most famous rock ‘n’ roll landmarks in the world today. The zebra crossing on the cover of Abbey Road is the place to be for those celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic album. John Lennon , Paul McCartney , George Harrison and Ringo Starr were...
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See the Rolling Stones Perform 'Harlem Shuffle' for First Time Since 1990

When the Rolling Stones came to New Jersey, they ate like the locals and paid tribute to the locals by dusting off a track from their mid-80s catalog. The band started Monday night’s show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford with a bang: “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “You Got Me Rocking” and “Tumbling...
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Too Hot: AC/DC Shares Rejected 'Highway to Hell' Album Cover

AC/DC continues to celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of their most beloved and hardest rocking albums. Today we’re getting a look at the original Highway to Hell album artwork. It was rejected by the band’s American label for being too, well, hellish. The group shot of AC/DC was the same as the...
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