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Aerosmith Rocks Super Bowl Music Festival–With Dave Grohl– in Atlanta (Video)

By Michele Amabile | February 2, 2019

Aerosmith made a triumphant return to the stage Friday night (Feb. 1) as part of pre-Super Bowl festivities at the inaugural Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival. The show kicked off the band’s 50th Anniversary celebration on a high note with guitarist Joe Perry taking the stage in his first appearance since his Nov. 10 hospitalization following a guest turn…

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New Rolling Stones Book Set for June Release

By Michele Amabile | February 1, 2019

It may be February, but it is never too early to start searching for a good summer beach read! For Rolling Stones fans, a new book examining the band’s ties to New York City is set to be published on June 25. The book–Can’t Give It Away on Seventh Avenue: The Rolling Stones and New York City–takes its title from…

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Bon Jovi to Headline Rock in Rio Festival

By Michele Amabile | February 1, 2019

Bon Jovi is going back to South America! The band will headline Brazil’s 2019  Rock in Rio festival on Sept. 29, the band announced on Twitter. The festival is slated for Sept 27-29 and Oct. 2-3, featuring appearances by Iron Maiden, Slayer, Megadeth, Muse, Imagine Dragons, Pink, Seal, Charlie Puth and Jessie J. This is the third time the band…

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New David Bowie Movie Greenlit

By Michele Amabile | January 31, 2019

A new film depicting the late David Bowie’s first visit to American in 1971 is in the works, according to Deadline Hollywood. The movie–Stardust–will star Beast actor Johnny Flynn as Bowie, who is inspired to create his alter-ego Ziggy Stardust after visiting our shores. Jena Malone (The Hunger Games) will portray Bowie’s iconic first wife, Angie, and Marc Maron (GLOW) will…

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Shore Musicians to Honor David Bowie in Asbury Park

By Michele Amabile | January 31, 2019

Area musicians will join together this Saturday night (Feb. 2) to honor the memory of the late David Bowie in Asbury Park. The “David Bowie Tribute Bash 2” is set to take place at McCloones Supper Club, is organized by former Meatloaf touring keyboardist Ray Andersen. Parents know Andersen as mr. Ray, who entertains the peanut set of rockers with…

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Mick Jagger Teases New Rolling Stones Music on Twitter

By Michele Amabile | January 31, 2019

Keith Richards recently teased that The Rolling Stones are working on a new album–and now Mick Jagger is piquing our interest even more. The Stones front man strapped on a guitar and shared what sounds like a new tune. The music makes you want to dance, as Mick sings “really wanna tell the truth.” He summed up the session writing,  “2019…

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Rare David Bowie Demos to be Released This April

By Michele Amabile | January 30, 2019

The forthcoming  David Bowie vinyl singles box set Spying Through a Keyhole (Demos and Unreleased Songs)–now has a release date of April 5. As previously reported, the collection consists of four seven-inch vinyl discs of mostly rare demo recordings that Bowie made during the late 1960s. For the first time, nine tracks will be available in a physical format.  The title of the…

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Motley Crue Kickstarts The Super Bowl With New Planters Ad

By Michele Amabile | January 30, 2019

We all can agree that the best part of watching The Superbowl is the commercials, right? This Sunday, Motley Crue will be part of the fun with a new Planters Peanuts ad that includes their “Dr. Feelgood” hit, “Kickstart my Heart.” Starring in the clip–titled “Mr. Peanut is Always Right There in Crunch Time”– is Charlie Sheen and Former Yankees…

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Brian Johnson is ‘Tired of Denying’ AC/DC Rumours

By Michele Amabile | January 30, 2019

Exciting news for AC/DC fans: lead singer Brian Johnson is back in black! The news was shared on a Brazilian AC/DC fan website, writing “Yes, I am tired of denying it.” The story originated from a post uploaded by the band, Terrorizer, who ran into Johnson in the airport and struck up a conversation. Last night we played the final…

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New Beatles Film to Include Unreleased ‘Let it Be’ Footage

By Michele Amabile | January 30, 2019

Today is the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ rooftop concert atop the Apple Records offices in London, and to celebrate the occasion comes the announcement of a a new Beatles documentary using the 55 hours of in-studio footage that were shot in early 1969 for the 1970 feature film “Let It Be.” View this post on Instagram Today is the 50th anniversary…

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