Are your teenagers on the hunt for a job this summer? Six Flags Great Adventure’s Water Park- in Jackson-Hurricane Harbor–is hosting a job fair this Saturday (April 17). The park will offer positions in eight diverse departments, with many positions paying $15 per hour. “We’re looking for a great team to staff New Jersey’s most…

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Brian Johnson has added “author” to his list accomplishments. The AC/DC frontman announced yesterday (April 12) that he has penned a new autobiography,  The Lives of Brian, due on October 26th. I”’ve had some long nights and some great nights, bad days and a lot of good ones. I’ve gone from choirboy to rock ‘n’…

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Ann Wilson is giving fans another taste of her forthcoming album, Heavy Poetic, with the release of a new single, “Black Wing.” The new disc was recorded in Seattle last year and features recorded last fall in Seattle and features current HEART bassist Andy Stoller and keyboardist Dan Walker. So far, the iconic Heart vocalist teased fans unveiling several tracks,…

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/ock and Roll’s royal couple–Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo –will perform at the Count Basie Center for The Arts in Red Bank on Oct. 5, the venue confirmed today. The show—originally set for August 4, 2020–will feature a full band. Tickets for the original performance will be honored. Benatar and Giraldo–who announced on socials were…

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Cheap Trick celebrated the release of their new studio album, In Another World (released April 9), by performing on CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.   Today, Tom Petersson, 71, revealed that he performed sitting down because he is recovering from open heart surgery. “I had to have open heart surgery a month ago and I’m under doctor’s…

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One of Eddie Van Halen’s famed Frankenstrats is going up for auction at Heritage Auctions. The Kramer Sriker/Ripley Frankenstrat–originally made for Van Halen in 1984 by Steve Ripley–was once gifted to Mountain guitarist Leslie West sometime between the years of 1985 and 1990. The guitar is believed to have been used as a backup for…

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Alina De Zoysa, a senior at Jackson Memorial High School from Jackson, as been selected as a finalist and winner of a $5,625 National Honors Society Scholarship out of nearly 10,000 applicants. De Zoysa’s accomplishments, including serving as president of her school’s NHS chapter, Science National Honor Society, and local Girls Who Code, and completing…

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