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Motley Crue's Tommy Lee Will Play a Professor on 'The Goldbergs'

Tommy Lee doesn’t like rock ‘n’ roll? Only on “The Goldbergs.”
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How Soundgarden Found Out About Chris Cornell’s Death

The details were revealed in a court filing in Soundgarden’s ongoing feud with Cornell’s widow, Vicky, over alleged unpaid royalties and the rights to unreleased music.
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The Rolling Stones Hint at Another Tour with New Billboards

“Let’s Spend the Night Together.” “Miss You.” “Just a kiss away.”
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Guns N' Roses Plans to 'Dominate New Decade' With 2020 Tour

There was a time when it didn’t seem like a reunion of core Guns N’ Roses members would ever happen. Now they can’t stop touring. Axl, Slash, Duff and company plan to “dominate the new decade,” as they said in a release, with their Larger Than Life global stadium tour. International dates had...
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Pearl Jam Reveals New Song, 'River Cross,' in Super Bowl Ad

The hopeful hum of Boom Gaspar’s organ fades in before Matt Cameron’s drums slowly march into a quick tease from Eddie Vedder.
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Ozzy Osbourne on His Final Days: 'I Think About It, I Don’t Worry About It'

The singer says he's currently going through a hard period but is doing his best to stay positive.
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Metallica and More Pay Tribute to Corrosion Of Conformity Drummer Reed Mullin

"Reed. Thank you for the crazy good times we had together."
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Flea Prays For Kobe Bryant, Writes Poignant Tribute

Among the many high-profile Lakers fans in Los Angeles is Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers . And the legendary bassist has found some of the most poignant words possible to honor and mourn Kobe Bryant . In a touching Instagram post, Flea said he was in shock over Kobe’s death, adding that he and...
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Slash on New Guns N' Roses Music: 'We’re Not Really Sure What We’re Doing With It'

The latest update comes from a new interview.
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Joey Kramer Loses Battle to Rejoin Aerosmith, Blocked From GRAMMY Rehearsal

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer has lost his battle to join his longtime bandmates on-stage at GRAMMY events this weekend. A Massachusetts judge ruled the rest of the band was not required to allow him to perform with them at the MusiCares Person of the Year gala on Friday or at the GRAMMY Awards...
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