England

Kid Draws Big Crowd After Playing "Bohemian Rhapsody" on Train Station Piano

At the young age of 12-years-old, Cole Lam is already an accomplished musician. With his YouTube videos fetching millions of views, Cole is often spotted at London's train stations playing on the Yamaha pianos donated by Sir Elton John for the public to enjoy. One of Cole's favorite artists to...
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Matt & Mike from Dinosaur Pile-Up join Mistress Carrie in studio

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This Might Be The Most Epic High Five Ever!

You ever high five someone so hard you dislocated your shoulder? That’s exactly what happened to a kid named Daniel in England last weekend. Did he receive this joint wrecking high five from a record breaking Weight Lifter? A tennis player with a monster serve? The world champion arm wrestler ?...
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England Lost To Croatia And It's Somehow Mick Jagger's Fault

With the World Cup nearing its end, more and more teams are dropping like flies. But probably one of the biggest upsets of the year has got to be England's disappointing loss against Croatia in the semifinals, and somehow it's all Mick Jagger's fault. Known as the "Mick Jagger Jinx", there appears...
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That Time Taylor Hawkins Got Slapped In The Face By Prince Harry

Rock stars often get asked the question: "What's the craziest thing that's happened on tour?" If you're Taylor Hawkins , you can say "getting slapped in the face by royalty" ranks pretty high on the list! As they make the rounds on their media tour in support of their new album Concrete and Gold ,...
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Son Of Sex Pistols Manager Burns Millions Of Dollars Worth Of Memorabilia In Protest

The Sex Pistols are known for being one of the most prolific bands to be born out of the English punk movement, despite only lasting two-and-a-half years together. What initially started as a rebellious movement to provoke and protest the mainstream, its imagery has since become part of the...
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Director James D. Cooper Talks About The New Who Documentary "Lambert And Stamp"

Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp didn't set out to be one of the greatest management teams in Rock-N-Roll history, it just happened. The term "making it up as we go along" was applied to real life when they decided to manage a little band from London called The Who . They were film makers who had never...
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