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On Tour: The Black Keys Bring the Basement Back to the Arena

You won’t find fireworks at a Black Keys show. There are no pyro cannons or confetti storms, no wristbands that blink in time to the beat. They don’t come to a satellite stage and slap high-fives, or venture into the crowd as security surrounds the scene. There’s no surprise guests, no surprises at...
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Foo Fighters Cover Psychedelic Furs, B-52's on Surprise EP

The Foo Fighters are getting serious about recording a new album. They recently announced they will soon begin work on the follow-up to 2017’s Concrete and Gold . In the meantime, another surprise EP has been released to hold fans over. This one, called 01020225 , contains four tracks including a...
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Green Day Prepares for Battle on 'Fire, Ready, Aim'

Are you ready for some hockey? And some Green Day ? The 2019 premiere of “Wednesday Night Hockey” on NBCSN brings a new song from the pop punk legends from Northern California. Green Day just released the full version of the second preview of their forthcoming 13th studio album. Listen to “Fire,...
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Courtney Love Just Rehearsed With Her Former Hole Bandmates

Courtney Love hasn’t hidden the fact that she wouldn’t mind resurrecting Hole – the influential alt band she fronted in the 90s – and now there’s new evidence a reunion is on the horizon. Love posted but has since deleted a telling picture on Instagram that was saved by at least one follower. The...
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Artist to Artist: The Pixies Have Tough Answers for Dinosaur Pile-Up

Out of all the bands that have opened for the Pixies throughout their amazing career, Dinosaur Pile-Up are definitely one of them. “Do you remember us?” asks drummer Mike Sheils , as lead singer Matt Bigland erupts in laughter in the Artist to Artist exclusive above. “Can we go on tour again?” adds...
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Green Day is the Official Band of The NHL: What Does That Mean?

The NHL is wasting no time promoting its unique new partnership with Green Day . Fans began their day by reading this official tweet from The Stanley Cup account: “Wake Me Up When September Ends.” The league used the American Idiot track as a reminder that the real season starts in October, and the...
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Green Day Unveils 'Father of All…' Coffee Blend

There’s no falling asleep on Green Day . The band’s coffee company released a new blend that promises to keep you on your toes in honor of National Coffee Day. Father of All… Dark Roasts is described as the “darkest of the dark yet shockingly smooth — it will kick your a** and soothe your soul.” In...
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Property Where Kurt Cobain Died on the Market for $7.5 Million

The home owned by Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love when the Nirvana singer took his own life is on the market. The 117-year-old, 8,212-square-foot house in Seattle’s lakefront Denny Blaine neighborhood comes with a price tag of $7.5 Million. The two-story home features a stone and wood exterior, 4...
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Red Hot Chili Peppers Honor Ric Ocasek With 'Just What I Needed' Cover

Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the latest to pay tribute to Ric Ocasek , the frontman for The Cars who passed away at the age of 75 earlier this month. At a show in Sigapore for the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, the band ripped through their own muscular version of “Just What I Needed,” The...
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The Black Keys Perform With Wayne Newton in Las Vegas

When in Las Vegas… The Black Keys are revving up the engine on their first tour in four years, and they’re already having fun. The duo from Ohio invited Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton , to join them on-stage at Life is Beautiful over the weekend. Newton joined Dan Auerbach , Patrick Carney and...
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