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Trace Adkins to the title of the Jackson Calendar of the Singing Christmas Tree

If you like carols, classical ballet, country or rock and roll, the next two weeks will have musical events to suit your tastes. Mississippi College and Belhaven will host decades-old holiday traditions on their campuses, and Thalia Mara Hall offers another Christmas classic. Duling Hall has a few upcoming events …

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First Ukrainian passenger train arrives in newly liberated Kherson

KYIV/KHERSON, Nov 19 (Reuters) – Cheering Ukrainians arrived in Kherson by train on Saturday for the first time in more than eight months as residents of the newly liberated southern city greeted them at the platform with flowers and national flags. “I can’t even express my feelings,” Hryhorii Vyrtosa, a …

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Woman dies after car is run over by tree

A woman died and another man was injured after the car they were traveling in was crushed by a large tree near Hanging Rock, northeast of Melbourne. Emergency services were called to South Rock Road in Woodend at around 2.30pm on Thursday after reporting a tree had fallen onto a …

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Today in History: November 14, a crash kills the Marshall team

Today in History Today is Monday, November 14, the 318th day of 2022. There are 47 days left in the… Today in History Today is Monday, November 14, the 318th day of 2022. There are 47 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On November 14, 1970, …

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The Masked Singer Season 8 Episode 7 Reveals Gopher and Venus Flytrap

SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read ahead if you haven’t watched “The Masked Singer” Season 8 Episode 7, “Hall of Fame Night,” which airs Nov. 9 on Fox. “The Masked Singer” paid tribute to the late actor Leslie Jordan on Wednesday night’s episode, opening with a brief card dedicating the episode “to …

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Badflower brings style and blunt to Albuquerque

Badflower is set to open for AWOLNATION on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at the historic El Rey Theater in downtown Albuquerque. (Courtesy of Jordan Wolf Bauer) Badflower are back to challenge their audience through confrontational music. The rock outfit is currently opening for AWOLNATION and the two are making a stop …

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How Elmore James inspired a Jimi Hendrix classic

Known as the king of the slide guitar, Elmore James was one of the most influential guitarists in musical history. Born in 1918, the musician started making music at the age of 12 using a one-stringed instrument called a bow diddley. Inspired by Robert Johnson and Tampa Red, James pursued …

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Jerry Lee Lewis alive after false death report

Sign up for Roisin O’Connor’s free weekly newsletter Now Hear This for the inside track on all things music Receive our free Now Hear This email Rock ‘n’ roll musician Jerry Lee Lewis is alive, his rep has said, after the ‘Great Balls of Fire’ singer received a false death …

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‘You’re enough’ – future teenage pop star brings positive mental health message to Rugby Primary School

‘YOU are enough’ – was the positive mental health message delivered to a primary school rugby player by an expectant teenage popstar. Pop-rock singer Belle, 15, visited Church of England Primary School in Clifton-upon-Dunsmore to perform for pupils in Years 3-10 and talk to them about mental health, online safety …

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How Don learned an important lesson from Roy Orbison

Before Don Was worked with the Rolling Stones, he was co-frontman of the Detroit-based band Was (Not Was). The group had a hit with “Walk the Dinosaur” in 1987, but it was an experience with Roy Orbison the day before that left Was with a different perspective when he showed …

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Gojira Releases Anthemic New Single, “Our Time Is Now”

STERLING HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN – MAY 23: Joe Duplantier of Gojira performs at the Michigan Lottery … [+] Amphitheater on May 23, 2022 in Sterling Heights, Michigan. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images) Getty Images Time and time again, Gojira stand out as one of the most outstanding and versatile bands in …

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Blink-182 reunites for world tour with Tom DeLonge

Blink-182, the rock trio that rose to fame in the late 1990s by fusing pop and punk music for mainstream audiences, is reuniting for the first time in years and embarking on a world tour. The group announcement the tour and an upcoming album on Tuesday, ahead of the scheduled …

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Gaslight Anthem review at PNC Bank Arts Center: Huge NJ gig unloads rock fervor

Brian Fallon knows his people. Standing center stage at the PNC Bank Arts Center on Saturday night — his band’s biggest local gig since they performed at the amphitheater eight years ago — the singer was quick to anoint New Jersey as “the best place in the world… the greatest …

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Singer-songwriter Don McLean meets fans in Co Kildare

Hundreds of fans turned out to greet singer-songwriter Don McLean in Co Kildare today as he opened an exhibition dedicated to his life and work. The “American Pie” singer signed albums and chatted with fans who traveled from all over the country to visit the Museum of Style Icons in …

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How Taylor Hawkins Helped Jane’s Addiction Classic Lineup Come Together

When Jane’s Addiction kicks off its tour tonight, featuring most of the band’s classics, there’s one man fans should thank: Taylor Hawkins. This fall, Jane’s Addiction hits the road with the Smashing Pumpkins for an extensive North American tour that will last until mid-November. But this trek is special: bassist …

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The classic soul songs that Bruce Springsteen covers on his new album

At 73, decades at the heart of one of rock’s most storied careers, Bruce Springsteen doesn’t need to experiment. But he’s made it a point to push himself — showcasing his vocals above all else — on his upcoming album of soulful covers, Only the strong survive. “I decided to …

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Stevie Nicks made a request before teaming up with Gorillaz

Stevie Nicks got excited about being an “honorary” member of Gorillaz: both singing on the virtual band’s upcoming song “Oil” and appearing – in animated form – in the music video. Appearing in the clip, she told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 (via NME), was his “one request” to …

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Green Day Comes Around Hard Rock Live

Hollywood, Florida. – Green Day played Hard Rock Live on Thursday, September 22 to a sold-out show of fans of all ages! Green Day performed at Hard Rock Live on Thursday, September 22. (WPLG) Although the band released their first major label album, “Dookie” in 1994, there were hordes of …

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September 23, Nixon’s “Checkers” speech

Today is Friday, September 23, the 266th day of 2022. There are 99 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On September 23, 1952, Senator Richard M. Nixon, R-California, saved his vice presidential nomination by appearing on television from Los Angeles to refute allegations of improper campaign …

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‘We never spoke of her again’: Bono recounts his mother’s death in new memoir | bono

Irish rock star Bono has revealed his distress after visiting his mother on her deathbed in a Dublin hospital after suffering an aneurysm aged 14. In an excerpt published in the New Yorker from his upcoming memoir Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story, the U2 frontman recalls that Iris Hewson collapsed …

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“Metal: Hellsinger” is heavy metal theatrics at its best

Available on: PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S Developer: Aliens | Editor: Funcom Think music games, and series like Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and Beatmania are usually the first titles that come to mind. These sought to reproduce an idea of ​​what one feels on stage; players …

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Arizona Wildcats football notebook: Wildcats determined not to overlook FCS opponent after last season’s loss to NAU

In a vacuum, Arizona’s third and final non-conference game should be the easiest. After starting out on the road against a tough Mountain West team and then facing an even better SEC team at home, the Wildcats wrap up their pre-conference schedule with an FCS opponent when they take on …

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David Coverdale’s desperate wait for Deep Purple

David Coverdale has worked with Whitesnake for over four decades, but his brief musical career with Deep Purple had a lasting imprint on him. Prior to joining the band, Coverdale led a local band called The Government. The band had played with Purple on the same stage in 1969, so …

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The Irish Arts Center will present a week-long residency with indie rock band Pillow Queens

The Irish Arts Center will present a week-long residency with The Guardian’s “most exciting indie rockers” of 2020, Pillow Queens. Spanning multiple mediums and including some of their favorite local and international artists, Pillow Queens hosts engagements including a film screening, a literary event and two band concerts with special …

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Today in History — September 7 | Lifestyles

Today’s highlightOn September 7, 1940, Nazi Germany began its eight-month blitz against Britain in World War II with the first airstrike on London. To this dateIn 1901, the Peking Peace ended the Boxer Rebellion in China. In 1943, a fire at the Gulf Hotel, a rooming house in Houston, killed …

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Demi Lovato delivers high-octane performance in black studded ensemble at Rock In Rio in Brazil

The third day of the first weekend of the Rock In Rio festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, took place on Sunday. Demi Lovato co-headlined a day full of pop acts just before the evening’s main event Justin Bieber took the stage. Having just released her new studio album, Holy …

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Cultural Park Theater Company announces casting for SCHOOL OF ROCK

Cultural Park Theater Company has announced the cast of “School of Rock.” The show will run from September 22 to October 2. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.; Sunday at 3 p.m. Call the box office at 239-772-5862 or visit their website for more information: School of …

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Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas selects Hamilton legend Talli Osborne as new spokesperson

In the punk rock scene around the world, Hamilton’s Talli Osborne is a legend. And she’s adding to that legendary status now as she begins her new job as the official spokesperson for the Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Punk Rock Museum is the creation of NOFX …

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Ozzy Osbourne Predicts New Song Will Cause S—‘

Ozzy Osbourne has admitted that one of the songs from his upcoming album Patient number 9 can be controversial. The song “One of These Days” contains the lyrics: “One of those days when I don’t believe in Jesus“It’s gonna suck, I guess,” the former Black Sabbath singer admitted. classic rock …

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Rock and roll at these 5 concerts this week

WilcoAlternative rock band Wilco will take the stage at the Beak & Skiff Apple Orchard on Tuesday as part of their Cruel Country tour, with their new album of the same name. A six-member band with multiple instruments, Wilco’s signature sound was “throbbing and blazing”. But Cruel Country has softer …

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British rock star Pete Doherty looks unrecognizable at a rare gig

British singer Pete Doherty was spotted unrecognizable as he took to the stage for a concert in an English coastal town this week. The Libertines frontman, 43, appeared worlds away from his prime, showing off his long gray locks as he performed at an intimate gig alongside co-frontman Carl Barat, …

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On the road with blues musician Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram

Blues musician Christone “Kingfish” Ingram with his new Fender signature guitar Wing Twenty-two-year-old Grammy-nominated artist Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, known as the defining blues voice of her generation, is on a roll. Kingfish rose to prominence in 2019 when they released their self-titled debut album. kingfish on Alligator Records. He was …

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Svika Pick, prolific Israeli singer-songwriter, dies at 72

JERUSALEM Svika Pick, a pillar of the Israeli music industry who gained international attention after his song won the Eurovision Song Contest, has died. He was 72 years old. Pick, known as “the maestro” in Israeli pop circles, was a prolific singer, songwriter and songwriter who penned dozens of No. …

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Country singer Joey Anderson releases an album

By Julien A. Luebbers The Spokesperson’s Review After more than 22 years in the military, Joey Anderson, a Florida native who moved to Spokane in 2018, changed direction to pursue a lifelong passion for songwriting. Anderson retired from Fairchild Air Force Base in June with two self-produced records already released …

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LeAnn Rimes and Husband Eddie Cibrian Wear Casual Looks While Stepping Out in Malibu

LeAnn Rimes and Husband Eddie Cibrian Wear Casual Looks While Stepping Out in Malibu By Mark Mcgreal for Dailymail.Com Published: 3:39 a.m. EDT, August 8, 2022 | Updated: 3:42 a.m. EDT, August 8, 2022 LeAnn Rimes was spotted on a rare outing with hubby Eddie Cibrian in Malibu on Sunday …

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Fuji Rock offers escape again

Japan Times contributor Patrick St. Michel and culture editor Alyssa Smith traveled to Naeba Ski Resort in the mountains of Niigata Prefecture last weekend for the 2022 edition of the Fuji Rock Festival. Here are their experiences of one of Japan’s premier summer music festivals. It didn’t take long for …

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Six Times Rock Artists Collided With Horror Behind The Camera

What’s summer without the horror of sharks? The official sequel to Andrew Trauckiit is the reef, The Reef: Tracked is now available on Digital/VOD and streaming on Shudder. Written and directed by Andrew Traucki (black water) following his 2010 film, The Reef: Tracked stars Teressa Liane (“Vampire’s Diary”), Anne Truong …

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Sug Daniels pays tribute to Jill Scott, new music from Amanda Shires and Lucy Dacus sings Cher

1. Sug Daniels, Living the Golden Life: A Tribute to Jill Scott. This project by Delaware-born, Philadelphia-based songwriter Sug Daniels earned him a spot among 46 winners of the Black Music City initiative, a collaboration between WXPN-FM (88.5), WRTI -FM (90.1) and REC Philly. . Daniels, who also fronts the …

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Why country star Dwight Yoakam worried his cover of Elvis Presley’s ‘Suspicious Minds’ might fall apart on Rock Radio

TL; DR: Country singer Dwight Yoakam covered Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious Minds”. Yoakam is a fan of many different artists and genres from the 1960s. He said American radio had issues with him and similar artists. Elvis Presley, singer of “Suspicious Minds” | Archive by Michael Ochs/Getty Images Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious …

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Elton John and Britney Spears release new ‘Tiny Dancer’

Elton John is reportedly set to release a new version of his classic song “Tiny Dancer” featuring pop star Britney Spears. According page 6the two singers recently teamed up in the studio for a “super secret recording session” alongside producer Andrew Watt. “It was Elton’s idea, and Britney is a …

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Kochi’s daughter who passed class 12 in the CBSE disabled category is also a YouTuber, singer and speaker

She is a YouTuber, singer, motivational speaker and, as of Friday, a CBSE Class XII topper. Kochi resident Hannah Alice Simon, who suffers from microphthalmia, a condition that makes her blind, tops the disabled student category – with a score of 496 out of 500. For the 19-year-old humanities student, …

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Jamie T: The Theory of Everything review – a triumph of an indie-rock survivor | Music

IIt’s widely accepted that we live in a time when rock and pop artists need to stay in constant contact with their fans: there’s so much music coming out, you need to constantly remind people that you exist. Anyone looking for an alternate theory might consider Jamie Treays. Every album …

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The Nervous Eaters get another taste of rock stardom in Boston

Jay N. Miller Summer is the time for big outdoor venues, and since most music fans feel like we’re still coming out of lockdown, concert season seems to be in full swing. But the club scene is still going strong, and on Friday night Brighton Music Hall hosted Boston punk …

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‘I Can’t Be the One’: Docuseries Looks at ‘Women Who Rock’

As a percussion protege who grew up in the Bay Area, Sheila Escovedo would ask visiting bands if she could sit down. He was often told to beat him. “They look at me like, well, ‘You’re a girl. Go away.’ They were pushing their hand like, ‘Get out of here,'” …

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‘Adrenaline junkie’, Boris Johnson can’t resist the spotlight

A CTOR Simon Callow thinks Boris Johnson is an adrenaline junkie: ‘The worst thing you can be as an actor or performer.’ Fresh off the stage after his performance of Anything Goes at the Barbican Theater this week, Callow, right, expressed fears the Prime Minister could be a danger on …

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Kate Bush praises ‘utterly wonderful’ cover of Brisbane Choir Running Up That Hill | Kate Bush

Brisbane’s Pub Choir founder and director Astrid Jorgensen is used to receiving messages from fans about cover versions of hit songs from the mass amateur choir – but when told on Thursday that Kate Bush had sent an email e-mail about their rendition of Running Up That Hill, she had …

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Zack de la Rocha injures his leg during Rage Against the Machine show

Rage Against the Machine frontman Zach de la Rocha injured his leg at the band’s July 11 concert in Chicago. Footage from the performance – which can be seen below – appears to show the singer injuring himself during a rendition of “Bullet in the Head”, the powerful cut from …

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Teenagers get the chance to perform like rock stars

Rock Camp Alberta gave a group of teens the chance to become rock stars after a week of learning and rehearsing that culminated in a concert. The camp took place in Saint-Albert, the 16 participants were divided into six groups, each student being part of two groups. “Our intention behind …

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Country Singer Adam Warner Releases ‘Long Haired Country Boy’ in Honor of the Late Charlie Daniels

Singer-songwriter Adam Warner Credit: Michael Gomez He is a singer-songwriter and U.S. Navy veteran, whose songs include “Four Square Miles,” “Semper Fi” featuring Trace Adkins” and the Tennessee Titans anthem “Welcome to the South.” This week, Adam Warner released a cover version of the Charlie Daniels classic “Long Haired Country …

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Cross-community food aid festival aims to fill pantries and fill fridges

Music lovers unite! WBEZ, Suburban Unity Alliance and Harmonica Dunn have joined forces to sponsor the first annual Food Aid Festival to benefit Oak Park Community Fridge, Beyond Hunger, A House in Austin, Austin Coming Together, Best of Proviso Township and Westchester Food Pantry. Scheduled for July 22 and 23, …

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‘This is not freedom’: 4th of July shooting shakes Chicago and shocks the United States | Chicago

The shooting during a July 4 parade in Highland Park that left at least six people dead and 24 injured rocked the small, affluent community in suburban Chicago and shocked the United States as a whole. It is the latest in a string of mass murders that have recently included …

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“Wicked Cleveland” is Jane Ann Turzillo’s new book

There are many levels of villainy, from dashing finger to downright evil, and Jane Ann Turzillo hits them all in “Wicked Cleveland.” After:Vintage Photos: 50 Memorable Cleveland TV Personalities In the first part, “Sex, Vice and Rock-and-Roll”, Turzillo returns to the bad old days of downtown burlesque, crowd-hanging spots like …

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Rockabilly singer inspires rock ‘n’ roll fundraiser

Bookmark the page. Photo c/o Brain Tumor Research. Submitted by Brain Tumor Research Julie Walkey will hold a rock ‘n’ roll fundraiser at Tottenhill near King’s Lynn in memory of Mark Page, a rockabilly singer from Norwich known as Polo who sang with bands The Hal Wrayzer Combo, The Leopard …

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CHRONICLE: MUNA embraces the complexities of joy with their third album

At a glance, MUNA’s self-titled album – their third album and debut on Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records – is comprised of 11 tracks of synth-pop joy, a perfect soundtrack for the summer of dreams. of any queer person. Exuberant dance pop mixes with hopeful introspection, allowing the trio’s full …

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Martina McBride brings a hit-filled show to Rose

Martina McBride, who started singing country songs in a family band with her father and brother at age 7, performs at the Rose Music Center in Huber Heights on Friday, July 1. Credit: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Credit: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Martina McBride, who started singing country songs in a family band with …

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Live music is back on stage 2022

Jake Barlow/CBS News Ozzy Osbourne’s longtime guitarist Zakk Wylde, on tour with his heavy metal band Black Label Society, performs at the Apollo Theater AC, in Belvidere, Illinois on May 5, 2022. Live music is back on track in 2022, with rock, heavy metal and country artists returning to the …

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Paul McCartney at 80: A Glimpse into the Legendary Singer’s Career

Happy birthday Paul McCartney! To celebrate the iconic musician’s 80th birthday, we take you through his career, from the Beatles to the Wings, to his solo albums and beyond. Known for his melodic approach to bass playing, McCartney is one of the most celebrated musicians of all time. His sound …

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Eminem Reinvents ‘Jailhouse Rock’ in New Elvis Biography Track

Eminem adds hip-hop flavor to Elvis Presley’s “Jailhouse Rock” in his new single from the soundtrack to The King of Rock and Roll’s upcoming biopic, titled king and me. Teaming up with CeeLo Green on the chorus, the song blends Presley’s signature track with a modern new beat. In the …

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After two decades of silence, TISM reunites at the Good Things music festival

Almost two decades after their last performance, satirical Melbourne band TISM (This Is Serious Mum) make a surprise return for this year’s Good Things music festival. TISM is reforming for the Good Things music festival.Credit: With seven members on stage, TISM has a legendary cult following that grew from the …

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Bridge Blast attracts thousands of people for Oktoberfest (Photo Roundup)

The weekend was full of surprises, including a giant turnout at City Built Brewing’s Bridge Fest on the 6th Street Bridge with sets from J.Rob, Biomassive and more, as well as a tribute to the start of summer at David Bowie. Bridge Blast Bliss: Crowds flocked to the Grand River …

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The singer-guitarist of They Might Be Giants injured in an accident in New York

NEW YORK (AP) — Singer-guitarist John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants was seriously injured in a car accident this week while being driven home from the alternative rock band’s first concert on tour delayed by the pandemic, which caused the shows to be postponed until at least the end …

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Tenacious D launches ‘The Who Medley’ fundraiser for gun safety

Tenacious D might just be onto something here. After a successful charity campaign making a Beatles medley in 2021 to help Doctors Without Borders, The D are back saluting another iconic band, while donating the funds from their limited edition 7″ vinyl salute to The Who towards the Everytown for …

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Latest case linked to college bribery scandal goes to trial

FILE – Prospective students tour the campus of Georgetown University, July 10, 2013, in Washington. Amin Khoury is due on trial Tuesday, June 7, 2022, in Boston on charges of bribing Georgetown University tennis coach Gordon Ernst to get his daughter into school as a freshman. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File) …

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Queen Elizabeth + Paddington Bear Rock Queen for Platinum Jubilee

While Queen Elizabeth II was unable to attend Saturday’s (June 4) concert in her honor as part of the Platinum Jubilee celebration, she made a surprise appearance during Queen’s first set with Adam Lambert. The performance began with pre-recorded footage of the Queen seated inside Buckingham Palace at a small …

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Professor Longhair: Discover one of the fathers of rock ‘n’ roll in the exhibition “Me Got Fiyo” | Entertainment/Life

Professor Longhair’s piano rumba-mambo-barrelhouse-boogie-blues paved the way for generations of New Orleans pianists. One of “Fess’s” many famous fans, songwriter, pianist, and producer Allen Toussaint hailed him as “our Bach of rock.” Mac Rebennack, aka Dr John, dubbed him the “spiritual root physician to all that came under him”. Paul …

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Jon Anderson Releases Video Trailer For Close To The Edge US Summer Tour

Jon Anderson has announced that he will be celebrating 50 years of Yes’s near the edge with a series of dates in the United States with the Paul Green Rock Academy. You can watch a video trailer of the visit below. Anderson, who recently performed with the Academy, including a …

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Vinnie Vincent, Ace Frehley and Bruce Kulick performed live together

Former Kiss guitarists Vinnie Vincent, Ace Frehley and Bruce Kulick performed together last night for the very first time. At the end of the reclusive Vincent’s first large-scale public performance in decades, which took place at Creatures Fest in Nashville, the trio reunited to ’70s Kiss classics “Deuce” and “Cold …

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A punk singer and a fake European Cup: how Klopp put Liverpool back on track | liverpool

Jthere were tears, there was a fake trophy presentation with Steven Gerrard’s vase and a famous German singer lay in the rain outside Jürgen Klopp’s house after Liverpool last met Real Madrid in the final of the Champions League. It goes without saying that the Liverpool manager wants another end …

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Twin Cities R&B musician Carl Bradley dies at 73

Carl Bradley has performed in venues across the country with stars such as Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin. He made Twin Cities history with a top R&B act in the 1960s and was a member of four bands inducted into the Mid-America Music Hall of Fame. But he maintained that …

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Real state of health of Ozzy Osbourne: the singer thinks of death and leaves the United States?

Ozzy Osbourne will undergo neck surgery to treat an existing condition. This, after it was announced that he had contracted the COVID-19 infection. His wife, Sharon, was reportedly very worried about him. But this is the first time that Ozzy himself has provided details about the extent of his injuries …

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Sunderland vs Wycombe Wanderers, League 1 play-off final, preview, live stream, how to watch, start time, analysis, Alex Neil, Gareth Ainsworth, Adebayo Akinfenwa

In one corner of the League One Play-Off final is a team that was in the Premier League as recently as 2017 with a great history that includes two FA Cup wins. In the other is a club that has spent virtually every year of its existence in the bottom …

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Members of the Eagles of Death Metal testify to the attack on the Bataclan

By JEFFREY SCHAEFFER and THOMAS ADAMSONAssociated press PARIS (AP) – Members of the Californian rock band Eagles of Death Metal gave moving testimony on Tuesday about the night when extremists from the Islamic State group stormed their concert at the Bataclan theater, killing dozens of people during of the worst …

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Juno Awards Celebrate Avril Lavigne, Deborah Cox and the Many Talents of Simu Liu

TORONTO — Nothing was complicated when it came to showing appreciation for Avril Lavigne at this year’s Juno Awards. After Canada’s biggest music night turned into a virtual ceremony for the past two years, the celebration welcomed its audience with open arms and love for Canada’s pop princess from Napanee, …

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How the Return of the Blues Hall Of Fame and Blues Music Awards in 2022 Captured the Spirit of the Memphis Blues Community

As the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to shake up the music industry, the Recording Academy reached out to a few musicians to see how they were spending their days indoors. Today, GRAMMY-nominated Blues Hall of Fame inductee Bettye LaVette shares his quarantine diary. LaVette’s new album, blackbirdsarrives August 28. The album‘s …

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Dennis DeYoung’s ‘Hunchback’ returns to musical life at Skylight Theater in Milwaukee – Chicago Tribune

The long, winding, and hugely successful if slightly bumpy road that has been Dennis DeYoung’s life found him one recent morning on the fourth floor of the Broadway Theater Center in Milwaukee. It was a large room filled with a dozen people, some in costumes and all in masks. The …

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She Rocks Awards Celebrate 10th Anniversary With Dionne Warwick and More – Orange County Register

The Women’s International Music Network (the WiMN) has announced the in-person return of the annual She Rocks Awards, which will celebrate their 10th anniversary and a new location at The Ranch in Anaheim on June 2. Coinciding with the annual NAMM Show at the Anaheim Convention Center, the She Rocks …

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Saturday at the Jazz Fest: It’s a Women’s World | jazz festival

Early Saturday at Jazz Fest, Bill Kirchen finished his set in the Blues Tent working on a long series of famous riffs and song snippets, some from blues legends and others from the pantheon of classic rock and R&B. Having earned the nickname “Titan of the Telecaster”, Kirchen had fun …

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Summer preview of contemporary music | the new yorker

The summer contemporary music calendar is busy, as spring postponements find new dates and new events from anxious artists keep popping up. Soothing sounds roam the city. The singer-songwriter Tomberlin moved into Music Hall in Williamsburg, debuting songs from his new album, “I don’t know who needs to hear that. …

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An Appreciation of the “All I Wanna Do” Singer

Sheryl Crow, on stage in 1997. Photo: Simon Ritter/Redferns In the winter of 2019, Sheryl Crow moved to RCA Studio A in Nashville to record backing vocals and bass lines for the debut album of the Highwomen, the feminist country supergroup made up of her friends Amanda Shires, Brandi Carlile, …

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15 Songs That Directly Address Mental Health, From The Beatles to Ariana Grande to “Encanto”

On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. and said in his historic “I Have A Dream” speech, “Now is the time to take our nation out from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of …

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Judy Henske, folk singer best known for ‘High Flying Bird’, dies at 85

Judy Henske (Photo taken from YouTube screenshot) Judy Henske, a groundbreaking 1960s folk revival singer who released a string of cult albums and enjoyed international success as a songwriter, has died. She was 85 years old. Henske died April 27, 2022 in hospice care at a Los Angeles-area facility after …

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‘Real Life Rock’ review: Greil Marcus finds treasure in the music basement

Where to start? Anywhere, really. What about the Supreme Court case of Troxels c. Granville, which deals with grandparents’ visitation rights, and in particular the January 12, 2000 television coverage, much of which featured one of the plaintiffs, “a bald, stocky, pursed-lipped man” named Gary Troxel ? Then 60 years …

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Susan Jacks, lead singer of the Poppy family, has died aged 73

Susan Jacks, lead singer of Canadian pop group The Poppy Family, has died aged 73. She died in a British Columbia hospital while awaiting a kidney transplant. She suffered from kidney disease. “I am saddened by the passing of Susan Jacks,” Terry Jacks, teammate and ex-husband of Jacks, wrote on …

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Local high school radio station gets American rock star recognition

“SMC Radio rocks my world,” Michaels said in a video statement to the SMC Radio team. ‘You are our future. Keep shaking our world. St. Mary’s College (SMC) students launched a radio station in late 2021 and it has already reached over 3,000 listeners. One of the supporters of SMC …

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Ann Wilson Interview: “Singing Led Zeppelin taught me how to sing rock ‘n’ roll – loud and high”

IIt’s morning in Florida, and Ann Wilson gives me the weather report. “It’s spring,” she said, looking out the window, her black hair brushed and her face freshly made up. “It’s quite windy, but warm. Things are starting to bloom and the birds are coming back. Her voice has a …

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Lauren Pazienza Charged in Barbara Gustern NYC Shove Death – NBC New York

The 26-year-old woman accused of shoving an 87-year-old voice coach in an alleged unprovoked attack in New York that led to his death was indicted by a grand jury this week. Lauren Pazienza faces one count of first-degree manslaughter and two counts of second-degree assault in the March 10 push …

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Rock, Country, Blues, and Punk Stars to Perform and Speak at the “Anti-Festival” Park City Song Summit

The “Ted Talk for music,” featuring panels, live performances and more, will run September 7-10. (Blake Peterson | Park City Song Summit) Ben Anderson, center, founder of Park City Song Summit, chats with Julia Stout, left, director of event operations for the summit) and Julia Rametta, director of business operations. …

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Who’s Who in Apple’s Thriller Series

It was just a matter of time before Lauren Beukesbest-selling novel of 2013 The shiny girls was taken and adapted for a visual format. It has the perfect combination of intense thriller and time-shifted metaphysical concepts that other novels love. The Time Traveler’s Wife and Foreign have proven themselves to …

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Southern rock icon honored with tribute concert and mural in Alabama

Most years, Johnny Sandlin’s birthday celebrations were quiet and family-oriented. He dined with his relatives and caught up on the phone with other family members who lived further away. This year, Sandlin’s birthday is going to be loud. Known for recording and producing some of Southern rock’s most iconic music, …

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