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Soundgarden, Whitney Houston, Doobie Brothers Among First-Time Rock Hall Nominees

The class of 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees are out, and it’s an eclectic list of artists. Nine of them are on the ballot for the first time: Dave Matthews Band , The Doobie Brothers , Whitney Houston , Motörhead , The Notorious B.I.G. , Pat Benatar , Soundgarden , T. Rex and Thin Lizzy...
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Green Day Prepares for Battle on 'Fire, Ready, Aim'

Are you ready for some hockey? And some Green Day ? The 2019 premiere of “Wednesday Night Hockey” on NBCSN brings a new song from the pop punk legends from Northern California. Green Day just released the full version of the second preview of their forthcoming 13th studio album. Listen to “Fire,...
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Pearl Jam's ‘MTV Unplugged’ and the Highlights of 'Record Store Day'

The iconic MTV Unplugged featuring Pearl Jam will be available on vinyl for the first time ever when Record Store Day Black Friday 2019 arrives on November 29. The set recorded after the band’s first US tour in 1992 , features now well-worn versions of favorites from Ten , and “State Of Love and...
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The Jack White / Jack Black Project is Happening for Record Store Day

The forecast for Black Friday is Gray. The big shopping day is when all of the Jack White / Jack Black speculation comes to a gloriously satisfying end. As part of Record Store Day, Black’s Tenacious D will be releasing a Blue Series 7” that was produced by White for The Raconteurs frontman’s own...
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The Song Radiohead Has Played Live the Most

You never know what you’re going to hear at a Radiohead concert, and that’s part of what keeps die-hard fans coming back for more. According to setlist.fm , the unpredictable British alt band has performed 59 different songs more than 100 times each, including “Creep,” which they famously ignored...
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It's Been 10 Years Since We First Met Mumford & Sons

It seems like we’ve always known Mumford & Sons , with their timeless style and sound that reaches back through history. A band that’s always borrowed from the past, taking familiar foundations and building upon it with passion, it’s tough to remember a time before we heard those first furious...
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Artist to Artist: The Pixies Have Tough Answers for Dinosaur Pile-Up

Out of all the bands that have opened for the Pixies throughout their amazing career, Dinosaur Pile-Up are definitely one of them. “Do you remember us?” asks drummer Mike Sheils , as lead singer Matt Bigland erupts in laughter in the Artist to Artist exclusive above. “Can we go on tour again?” adds...
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Former R.E.M. Singer Michael Stipe Announces First Solo Single

Former R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe has announced the upcoming release of his first solo single. “Your Capricious Soul” will be available digitally via MichaelStipe.com on October 5th. Fans can download the song for 77-cents, or pay more if they want to further help the cause it stands for. The...
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Green Day is the Official Band of The NHL: What Does That Mean?

The NHL is wasting no time promoting its unique new partnership with Green Day . Fans began their day by reading this official tweet from The Stanley Cup account: “Wake Me Up When September Ends.” The league used the American Idiot track as a reminder that the real season starts in October, and the...
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Green Day Unveils 'Father of All…' Coffee Blend

There’s no falling asleep on Green Day . The band’s coffee company released a new blend that promises to keep you on your toes in honor of National Coffee Day. Father of All… Dark Roasts is described as the “darkest of the dark yet shockingly smooth — it will kick your a** and soothe your soul.” In...
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