classic rock

AC/DC just launched a site so your name can look iconic like the band

AC/DC are powering up for the release of their seventeenth studio album, Power Up, by giving fans the chance to logo-ize their initials with the iconic red lightening.
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Stevie Nicks reveals the star's studio in which she first recorded 'Dreams'

Stevie Nicks is shining new light on Fleetwood Mac’s recording session for the trending track “Dreams,” as a meme inspired by the song continues blazing the charts.
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Brian Wilson says he has 'zero' to do with Beach Boys performance at Donald Trump fundraiser

Two original members of The Beach Boys are distancing themselves from the band’s performance at a political rally for President Donald Trump in Newport Beach, California over the weekend.
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Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi says he's recorded a charity song with Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason

Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed that he recently played on a new track with Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason that will be part of a benefit album for a cancer charity.
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Ozzy Osbourne and family look better than ever in new photos

Kelly Osbourne is looking trim after her 85 pound weight loss and fans are taking notice with a new string of family photos. Travel Channel posted the images of Kelly and the entire Osbourne family to promote The Osbournes: Night of Terror
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Tommy Lee takes on Ted Nugent: 'Is that guy even alive?'

Adding fuel to the already blazing dumpster fire of 2020, we have two incredibly outspoken rockers, Ted Nugent and Tommy Lee, to thank for the latest round of viral vitriol.
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Bad Bills Blood: Bon Jovi says 'You will never see my face in Buffalo ever'

Bon Jovi still holds a bitter grudge with Buffalo, New York and President Trump over the singer’s failed attempt to purchase the city’s NFL team, six years ago.
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Google will now let you search for a song by humming

It happens to the best of us, literally on a daily basis; You hear a song, whether in passing or on repeat on a public sound system, you absolutely love it, but you are completely clueless as to who is behind the bop.
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Phil Collins the latest to send Trump Campaign a cease and desist order over song

Phil Collins is the latest artist to have stated the Trump campaign used their music without authorization. Neil Young, Rihanna, The Rolling Stones, Adele, Pharell, Guns N’ Roses, and R.E.M. are just a few artists that have spoken out.
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Save Our Stages Fest announces full weekend lineup

October 16-18, the NIVA is bringing three full days of live music to your screen with artists performing from small and indie venues across the country in order to raise awareness and funds for struggling music venues.
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