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There is now a spirit to let you honor the late Queen frontman’s, well, spirit. Killer Queen Vodka has entered into the market at the hands of Freddie Mercury‘s bandmates.
Prince is getting ready to release his first solo album in four years, ART OFFICIAL AGE — along with the full-length debut album by his band 3rdEyeGirl, PLECTRUMELECTRUM — and today brings another look at it.
Paul McCartney is giving the title of his sixteenth studio album, 2013’s New yet another meta layer.
Bono is having a big 2014. Just a week after U2‘s surprise album magically appeared everyone’s iTunes accounts comes news that the singer is attempting to bring his artistic vision to the big screen with Liam Neeson.
If you were looking at today’s pop landscape through Chrissie Hynde‘s eyes, you wouldn’t see much of a difference between pop singers and porn stars.
Metallica have always been the kind of band whose high-velocity sound comes across better live than on record for many onlookers, so fans should be pleased to learn that soon they’ll be able to hear every single live show Metallica has done in 2014.
If you’ve ever wanted to see Alice Cooper, Billie Joe Armstrong and Darlene Love paying tribute to Joan Jett, you’re in luck.
Last year, Radio.com asked Geddy Lee what Rush‘s plans were for 2014, as it marked the 40th anniversary of the band’s debut album. “We’re off the whole year,” he told us. “We’re turning the machines off and recharging our batteries.” As it turns out, that’s only partially true.
Mike Rutherford has been quietly busy as of late. Although Genesis has released no less than six box sets and two “best-of” collections in the past two decades (and only one album of original material during that time), the band is readying the release of R-Kive, a three-CD set that spans the group’s career.
In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From the “Easy Rider” chopper to Neil Patrick Harris to Barbra Streisand.