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  • Neil Young streams new album Storytone ahead of release

    Neil Young is streaming his new album, “Storytone”, in full ahead of its November 4 release. The project features 10 new tunes recorded live in the studio with a 92-piece orchestra, choir and Young. The singer began the sessions by first recording the songs on his own in a solo-setting, then creating versions of the songs in a new light with an orchestra and big band. Young’s second album

  • Billy Idol to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live

    Billy Idol will perform on ABC-TV’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday, October 27. On hand to promote his newly-released album, “Kings & Queens Of The Underground”, the rocker pretaped his live set last Friday for broadcast this week. Idol will launch a fall European tour in support of the record; the 3-week, 11-show run starts November 5 at the 02 Academy in Birmingham, UK – see tour dates here.

  • Led Zeppelin premiere animated video for Rock And Roll

    Led Zeppelin are premiering an animated video for their unreleased version of “Rock And Roll” as a preview of the upcoming expanded reissue of their 1971 release, “Led Zeppelin IV”, due October 28. "'Rock and Roll' has just got that cheeky energy about it," Jimmy Page told Rolling Stone. "It's a party. 'It's been a long time since I rock and rolled.' It says it all, really. It's great lyrics

  • VIDEO: Soundgarden unplug for Bridge School Benefit Concert

    photo: Paul Lorkowski Soundgarden were among the featured performers Saturday on the first day of the 28th Annual Bridge School Benefit concerts in California. The Seattle band unplugged for a 5-song set at the annual acoustic-based show that raises funds for the Bridge School, a facility that develops and uses advanced technologies to aid in the instruction of children with disabilities.

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  • 'Bongs Can Only Get Better' hint in Chris Christie presidential plan

    New Jersey - Smoke signals from Drumthwacket's chimney stacks have revealed Chris Christie's presidential manifesto for a federal weed tax to fill the nation's fifty trillion dollar debt sinkhole. This morning the New Jersey Governor posted a ren...

  • Man finally admits he let the dogs out

    The Baha Men famously asked: "Who let the dogs out?" Now, over a decade after the question was brought forth in the group's hit song, a London, England man has admitted that it was him who released the group's canines. Duncan Morris, a 39 year...

  • Senator Rand Paul Quarantined After Contracting Ebola

    BOWLING GREEN, KY-Libertarian firebrand Rand Paul has apparently contracted Ebola from a virus that was carried all the way to Bowling Green, Kentucky, via La Nina, from Liberia. Paul contracted the deadly virus only days after telling Concord N...

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