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Inside the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's slate of free education programs that rock

Beyond giving visitors an extensive glimpse into the history of rock and those who helped shape it at their museum, the Rock Hall has developed an outstanding education platform that to this point has flown under the radar.
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The 100 best-selling albums of all time

What’s the best album of all time? That’s a topic for another day. What’s the most popular album of all time? Well, that’s an argument that can be backed up with data. Using data from the RIAA, here are the 100 best-selling albums of all time.
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The Smashing Pumpkins Reveal Their First New Music in Two Years

The Smashing Pumpkins are declaring a sonic shift with the release of two new singles “Cyr” and “The Colour of Love.”Recorded in Chicago, both tracks apply synthesized sheen on the band’s quaint Goth rock sound.
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Live Concert Streams to Watch During Coronavirus Crisis (Updating)

As concerts continue to be cancelled over coronavirus concerns, some artists are offering live concert streams to keep you connected at home. Here’s our updating list of what to watch.
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Dropkick Murphys Playing Empty Fenway Park Show With Virtual Assist From Bruce Springsteen

The concert, dubbed ‘Streaming Outta Fenway,’ will find the Boston punk heroes playing an audience-free show on the infield dirt of the famous ballpark, with The Boss himself joining remotely.
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A Pearl Jam Song Perfectly Ends ‘The Last Dance’ Michael Jordan Documentary

It should come as no surprise then that the climactic final scenes of the documentary are supplemented with a song that is all about living in the moment. That final song you heard in The Last Dance was from Pearl Jam off their 1996 album No Code.
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Billie Joe Armstrong Takes on 'Kids in America' for Latest 'No Fun Mondays' Cover

Armstrong launched the “No Fun Mondays” series in March. Each Monday, he’s released a new cover, which he plans to continue doing “until we’re let back out into the world.”
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Falling In Reverse Guitarist Derek Jones Dead at 35

Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke announced tragic news for the band and their fans overnight on Twitter, guitarist Derek Jones has passed at the age of 35. Radke did not offer an official cause of death.
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Top Health Official Warns Concerts Might Not Return Until Fall of 2021

A top health official has offered a sobering observation, saying that live concerts might not return until late 2021 due to social distancing concerns.
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With Concerts Cancelled, Here's How You Can Help Live Events Crews

As the concert industry has been sidelined during the coronavirus crisis, Live Nation has launched a new global relief fund for live events crews.
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