Music

Ozzy Osbourne and Family Take on Ghosts in New Travel Channel Show

According to the show’s description, Ozzy and Sharon will pore over Jack’s supernatural-themed videos and give their thoughts and “outrageously funny reactions.”
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Bob Marley's Family Releasing New Version of 'One Love' for UNICEF

All proceeds will go directly to Reimagine, UNICEF’s campaign to help kids whose lives have been upended by effects of the coronavirus, such as school closings, food shortages, and disruptions to medical supply chains.
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Nils Lofgren Says Springsteen and the E Street Band Have Been Recording a Great New Album

Springsteen had mentioned in a 2019 interview that he’d written an album’s worth of songs he hoped to record with the E Street Band, but little news about the project had emerged since then.
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Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Sheryl Crow, and More Join Virtual Birthday Celebration for Ringo Starr

Beatles drummer Ringo Starr celebrated his 80th birthday with a virtual celebration. Ringo’s “Big Birthday Show” saw the likes of Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow, Dave Grohl, and more make appearances to perform and wish Starr a happy birthday.
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Madonna Jokes About Crutches in New Topless Instagram Post

The Queen of Pop left little to the imagination as she posted a topless selfie with the caption “everyone has a crutch.” She is currently in the process of recovering from knee surgery and gave fans an update on Instagram.
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Summer Number Ones

101.1 CBS-FM's Summer #1's July 4th Weekend

101.1 CBS-FM will be celebrating our independence ALL JULY 4TH WEEKEND with 'Summer #1's!
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Grateful Dead to Release Own Line of Deodorant

North Coast Organics founder and CEO Nathan Morin said the deodorant comes from a labor of love and true fandom. “I have been a Dead Head since 1999.”
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Prince Fans Petition Minnesota To Replace Christopher Columbus Statue with the Late Singer

Whether they be requests to replace “loser” civil war generals in Virginia with effigies of late gore-rock frontmen, or the Princess of Pop in Louisiana – it seems a time of reckoning is at hand for many of America’s monuments.
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Are These Reunion Tours Happening in 2021?

While the pandemic has thrown a wrench in some of the most anticipated reunion tours, it doesn’t mean they’re off the table. Here’s a look at whether or not 2020’s major reunion tours will take place in 2021.
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Mayor Confirms The Beatles 'Penny Lane' Street Safe After Week of Controversy

The street The Beatles named their famous song “Penny Lane” after may be renamed over claims it was named after the slave trader James Penny.
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