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So far, this week Metallica has played their 1984 Ride the Lightning track “For Whom the Bell Tolls,” their 1983 debut Kill ‘Em All track “Hit the Lights” and the 1997 standout “Fuel.”
Two new apps released earlier this week (Nov. 20) allow you to experience solo classics by two of the Beatles in unique new ways.
We’re betting this is the second sentence you’ll read after first scrolling down to see what we picked for our #1 track. And chances are, you’re not going to be surprised by what you see.
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The death of Mike Nichols at the age of 83 has sparked a lot of tributes and memories, both of the man and of the films he directed, from Biloxi Blues to The Birdcage.
Yoko Ono is back with a new version of she and late husband John Lennon’s Christmas classic “Merry Xmas (War is Over)”—with a little help from her fwends, one might say.
If you’ve had the experience of seeing Rush live in concert, or perhaps you’ve just seen them on one of the many live performances included on their recently released R40 box set, you may have thought to yourself, “Wow, Neil Peart’s drum set sure has a lot of drums.” Or you may have wondered, “Does he really need all of those drums?” Or, “What are they all for?”
Q&A: Stewart Copeland of the Police Speaks on the Gaza Strip Conflict, ‘Fancy Friends’ Jam Sessions, Sting
Recently, Radio.com reported on a new compilation called 2 Unite All, a benefit album produced by an organization called Project Peace on Earth, to raise funds for humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza. Since publishing the article, Radio.com reached out to Copeland, who has more insight into the conflict in the region than most rock stars…or most Americans. That’s because he grew up in Beirut, Lebanon, and spent much of his childhood in the Middle East.
Arcade Fire, Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Tweedy, Eric Church Among Artists Celebrating Mavis Staples at Chicago Concert
People turning 75 years old often have birthday parties to celebrate. Few, though, have a party like the one thrown for Mavis Staples last night (Nov. 19) in Chicago.
Earlier in the year, Sarah Jones was killed while working as a camera assistant on the film Midnight Rider, a biopic based on the life of Gregg Allman, after being struck by a train. The incident saw a lawsuit filed by the parents of Jones, as well as a suit from Allman himself, asking for the film to be stopped altogether.