Former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge has launched To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science. The organization comprises scientists, aerospace engineers and other creatives who will collaborate and enable researchers to explore the "outer edges of science" and technologies.
“The public interest in the outer
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By the fall of 1990, the then three-year-old Nirvana had cycled through different band names and no less than five drummers before settling on their moniker and finding their groove with their final drummer Dave Grohl.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Flashback: Dave Grohl Plays First Gig With Nirvana in 1990
Roger Daltrey's long-awaited memoir will arrive in bookstores in the fall of 2018. "I've always resisted the urge to 'do the memoir,'" Daltrey said in a statement, "but now, finally, I feel I've enough perspective." The book will be released through Henry Holt and Co. in America and Blink Publishing in
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Beyoncé marked International Day of the Girl with an empowering video with young women from around the world lip-synching and dancing to her 2016 song, "Freedom." Chime for Change and
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In July 2016, the R&B duo Dvsn found themselves in an exciting but precarious position. During only their second set of live dates, the pair were already opening for Drake and Future on the triumphant Summer Sixteen tour, which went on to
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How Dvsn Carved Out Their Own Niche With Emotive, Throwback R&B
Berry Gordy Jr.'s personal piano, Motown Records ephemera and over 600 original 45's from the famed record label's catalog are up for auction as part of a massive estate sale of Detroit's famed "Motown Mansion."
Countless Sixties-era home furnishings – including Gordy's desk, an inscribed goblet from Jermaine
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White Stripes will issue their first three albums on cassette tape for the first time to celebrate Cassette Store Day, which invades independent music stores on October 14th.
For the occasion – and to mark the White Stripes' 20th anniversary – Third Man Records authorized the remastered albums – 1999's The White
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