Lynyrd Skynyrd will embark on their final tour this summer, tapping an array of guests to join them throughout the big sendoff including Kid Rock, Hank Williams Jr. and Bad Company.
The Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour starts May 4th at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in Palm Beach, Florida and
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Johnny Rotten may have mobilized a generation of snarling malcontents, but for those who were a little too weird, brainy and normally dressed to pass as punk, Mark E. Smith was the Messiah. Formed in Manchester, England, in 1976 – "To form a group is the most ridiculous idea ever", Smith once told NME – the Fall was Smith's megaphone, a band whose uncompromising mission to be
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Dave Holland, Judas Priest's drummer during their commercial peak in the Eighties, died at the age of 69. He had been living in exile in A Fonsagrada, Spain after being convicted of the attempted rape of a 17-year-old boy and subsequently serving a sentence in prison. The Spanish newspaper
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Rapsody, Dua Lipa, Halsey and other members of the music industry will wear white roses at Sunday's Grammys ceremony as a gesture of support for the Time's Up movement. The Time's Up coalition was formed on January 1st, and many film and TV stars
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On February 12th, 2017, Frank Ocean published a blunt dismissal of the Grammys on Tumblr. "You know what's really not 'great tv,' guys?" Ocean asked. "[Taylor Swift's] 1989 getting album of the year over [Kendrick Lamar's] To Pimp a Butterfly. Hands down one of the most 'faulty' TV moments I've seen." Ocean's post reflected a widely held view: At best, the Grammys appeared to
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This year's Best New Artist category at the Grammys is anybody's game to win: It's a lineup full of acclaimed stars with strong hit-making capabilities. And as diverse as the field is, many of the nominees have collaborated with one another during the past year, leading to one of the friendliest competitions of the 2018 awards. Here's a closer look at the singers, songwriters and rappers
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Ice-T added bawdy voiceover lines to children's cartoons – The Magic School Bus, Arthur and Scooby-Doo – in an amusing sketch on The Tonight Show on Wednesday.
Ice-T used to supplement his rap
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