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Chris Cornell Family 'Heartbroken' Over Vandalized Seattle Statue

That statue is located outside Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture. It was unveiled in October 2018 during a ceremony attended by Chris’ three children Lily, Toni and Christopher, and his Soundgarden band mates Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd.
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A Nirvana Classic Gets a New Twist in the Trailer for 'The Batman'

Robert Pattinson starring as ‘The Batman’ in 2021 will likely be one of the biggest films of the year, and the addition of a revamped Nirvana classic to the latest trailer should get fans of the franchise excited for the release next fall.
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Widespread Panic Co-Founder Todd Nance Dies at 57

Todd Nance, the iconic drummer and co-founder of Widespread Panic, has died at the age of 57. The band announced Nance’s passing, posting a letter from the late drummer’s family on Facebook.
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Bruce Springsteen and Tom Morello Lead Joe Strummer Tribute Concert

“A Song for Joe: Celebrating the Life of Joe Strummer” will take place on Friday, August 21 at 3 PM ET. The event honors his legacy by offering special appearances and performances along with never-before-seen live footage of The Clash frontman.
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Dave Grohl Joins 'Bill & Ted,' and Crashes Random Fan on Instagram

The “all-seeing, all-knowing” King of Rock, Dave Grohl is at it again, mixing it up with fans on social media and making their days that much brighter.
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The 10 Best Music Documentaries and Where You Can Watch Them

We look at the ten best music documentaries now available on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and Prime Video. Here’s what they are, and here’s where you can watch them.
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Rush Singer Geddy Lee in the Stands for Toronto Blue Jays Home Games

Geddy Lee shared a moment in the MLB limelight when cameras spotted a cardboard cutout of the Rush legend behind home plate at Tuesday night’s Toronto Blue Jays game.
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Foo Fighters Take It Back to 1995 Tour for Anniversary Merch

After canceling their 25th anniversary “Van Tour” due to stay-at-home orders and venues large and small shutting their doors, Foo Fighters have announced a new run of throwback merch to support a good cause.
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‘Collective Soul’ at 25: Ed Roland Reflects on the Album and the Hit He Once Hated

Ed Roland of Collective Soul joined RADIO.COM to discuss the 25th anniversary of their iconic eponymous album. He recalls the fast pace the band had when working on the record and how their hit song “The World I Know” was almost completely different.
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Foo Fighters Honor Trini Lopez: 'You Will Be Missed by Many, Remembered by All'

The death of GRAMMY-nominated ‘60s singer and The Dirty Dozen actor Trini Lopez due to complications from COVID-19 has led the Foo Fighters to open up about the influence the man had on the band.
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