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The Teletubbies frolicking to the downbeat strains of Joy Division is the craziest thing you’ll see all day.
Pink Floyd might not be the only canonical rock band making a comeback this decade. The Who are reportedly in talks to make a new record.
Duran Duran will release their 14th album this September, and the producers they’re working with are very interesting indeed.
As Jimmy Fallon is preparing for the show, he starts singing “Barbara Ann.” And then things get weird and a bit creepy.
Between his tongue and his take on America, Gene Simmons has been giving us nightmares for year. So, maybe it’s not so much of a stretch to hear he’s getting into the horror movie business.
In a case of inevitable synergy, music legend Willie Nelson is planning to roll out a nationwide chain of marijuana dispensaries and branded weed strains under the moniker of Willie’s Reserve.
It’s one of my favorite times of the year the beginning of spring. Everything seems to be new again and the plants and flowers are in bloom.
In this weeks Radio.com minimation interview Ozzy Osbourne explains why he’d gotten a crew cut a few years earlier.
Michael Jackson, the iconic singer, played a pivotal role in the fall out of Axl Rose and Slash, according to the band’s ex-manager.
Kacey Musgraves has ditched the cowboy boots for a surfboard on her new collaboration with the Beach Boys‘ Brian Wilson.