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Start Me Up: Mick Jagger Shows Off His Dance Moves As He Continues to Make Full Recovery (Video)

By Michele Amabile | May 15, 2019

Mick Jagger still has the moves–like, um, Jagger–as he demonstrated today (May 15) in a new video shared on Twitter. Dressed simply in a white shirt, sneakers and black workout pants, The Rolling Stones front man is clearly getting tour ready as struts, poses and perfects his onstage moves in a dance rehearsal studio. As previously reported in an article…

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Elton John ‘A Bit of a Monster” in ‘Rocketman,’ Says David Furnish

By Michele Amabile | May 14, 2019

The Elton John musical fantasy, Rocketman, is set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 16, but Elton’s  husband, David Furnish has already seen it. He also says the portrayal  isn’t always pretty. “Elton John is somebody that I think I know incredibly well, but then also it’s like watching a film about somebody you don’t know at…

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Watch Eric Clapton Jam ‘Purple Rain’ by Prince at the Royal Albert Hall (Video)

By Michele Amabile | May 14, 2019

Eric Clapton kicked off  his Royal Albert Hall residency with tributes to the late Doris Day and Prince Monday night (May 13). Clapton paid tribute to Day, who passed away at the age of 97 on May 13, with a cover of her well-known hit, “Que Sera Sera.” He closed the show with a bluesy and graceful “Purple Rain.” Also…

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Jon Bon Jovi and Son, Jesse, Announce: The Hampton Burger (Video)

By Michele Amabile | May 13, 2019

Jon Bon Jovi and his son, Jesse Bongiovi, are pairing their branded Rose’ wine, Hampton Water, with hamburger chain Umami Burger to create new cheeseburger: The Hampton Burger. “This is a burger that reminds me of growing up in the Hamptons, going out there, hanging out with buddies, you’re going to the beach, you’re grilling up,” Jesse Bongiovi said in a…

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Mick Jagger Continues to Improve–Could He Be Tour Ready?

By Michele Amabile | May 13, 2019

Things are looking up, Rolling Stones fans! According to an article in the U.K. publication The Sun, Mick Jagger has been given a “clean bill of health” and is now cleared to hit the road for the “No Filter” tour with The Stones. Jagger, 75, underwent heart valve surgery on April 4,  but has been making a quick recovery due…

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Phil Collins B-Side Demos Slated for Digital Release

By Michele Amabile | May 13, 2019

Demo recordings of Phil Collins’ biggest hits will now be available on digital and streaming platforms for the first time, his label announced. The collection of demos are compiled from B-Sides of singles released by Collins from 1981-2003. Simply titled, Other Sides, all 18-tracks will be available on May 31. It will include raw recordings of In the Air Tonight,”…

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Queen Founder Brian May on ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’-We Haven’t Earned a Penny

By Michele Amabile | May 12, 2019

Queen guitarist Brian May is putting the UK paper The Sunday Times on blast for suggesting that the band’s fortunes have increased due to the proceeds of the biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody. As a matter of fact–the group’s surviving members (May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon)–haven’t earned a cent, he confided in a BBC interview on The Zoe Ball…

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Former Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno Named Fullfill’s CEO

By Michael Roszkowski | May 10, 2019

Fulfill, formerly the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, today announced that former Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno will serve as the new President and CEO of the organization. Fulfill strives to alleviate hunger and build food security in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. In Monmouth and Ocean Counties alone, Feeding America reports one in ten residents do not know where their…

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Beatles ‘Butcher Cover’ Sells for Big Bucks at Julien’s Auction

By Michele Amabile | May 10, 2019

A collector with very deep pockets is now the proud owner of a rare, autographed copy of the infamous Beatles “Butcher Cover.” The 1969 disc, Yesterday and Today, was once owned by John Lennon, went for $234,000 at the “Music Icons: The Beatles in Liverpool” sale, which was presented by Julien’s Auctions. It is special for a few reasons–it includes…

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GNR Files Lawsuit Against Colorado Brewery

By Michele Amabile | May 10, 2019

It won’t be paradise for Colorado-based beer brewery, as Guns N’ Roses has filed a trademark lawsuit to halt a malty beverage, reports The Hollywood Reporter. GNR has an issue with Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective’s Oskar Blues Brewery for selling a beer called Guns ‘N’ Rosé. The brewery–which described the brew as a drink that “bands together sticky prickly pear…

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