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Last week, the music world mourned the death of legendary blues guitarist Johnny Winter. But perhaps no one is more appropriate to pay tribute to the man than his own brother, Edgar Winter.
Yesterday, controversial guitarist/gun rights advocate Ted Nugent‘s concert at the Coeur d’Alene Casino in Worley, Idaho, was canceled by the venue, citing what they considered his “racist views.” That same day, Nugent stopped by the Radio.com studios in New York, and we asked him about the cancellation.
Duran Duran is taking their own Chicago-based fan club to court.
After attempts to stop production, Houston’s mother Cissy Houston is calling out Lifetime in a statement about the upcoming made-for-TV-movie.
Oh, unlucky number 13. Superstitions around the number go back eons before U2‘s career, but that doesn’t mean the Irish rock band aren’t susceptible to the bad luck the number seems to hold in its back pocket.
Slash celebrates his 49th birthday today. Slash has frequently appeared as a guest on other artists’ studio albums? Which one of these classic rock artists has he never recorded with?
In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From Justin Bieber, George Harrison to Billy Joel.
Billy Joel‘s fans have always thought of the pianist, singer-songwriter as an expert storyteller but now that title is official: Joel has been awarded with the Gershwin Prize for being “A Storyteller of the Highest Order.”
The George Harrison Tree planted near Los Angeles’ Griffith Observatory in 2004 was recently infested by beetles—yes, beetles, b-e-e-t-l-e-s—causing it to die.
Apple Records recently announced the September release of the Beatles‘ mono catalog reissued on vinyl. This came as welcome news to a relatively small, but passionate subsection of the Fab Four’s enduring fanbase that have been waiting for the 14 mono LPs since the group’s catalog was remastered in 2009. But, seriously, what’s all the fuss about mono?