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Lady Gaga and Bono to Play Bill Clinton Concert

Pop, Rock, Top 40 - 7 years ago by Troy Rogers

Lady Gaga will join Usher, Bono, and the Edge as confirmed performers at the 10th anniversary concert for the William J. Clinton Foundation on October 15 at the Hollywood Bowl. According to CBS News, Bill Clinton will celebrate the 10th anniversary of his foundation with such musical artists as Lady read more

Sting Announces New Back to Bass Tour

Acoustic, Rock, Top 40 - 7 years ago by Larson Hill

Sting will embark on the Back to Bass Tour this fall throughout North America as he celebrates the 25th anniversary of his solo career by taking it back to bass…all of the hits, stripped down, as they haven’t been played in years. Tickets go on sale beginning September 19th at read more

My Chemical Romance Fires Drummer For Stealing

Alternative, Rock - 7 years ago by Troy Rogers

Rock band My Chemical Romance has fired drummer Michael Pedicone after their show in Auburn, Washington on Friday for stealing from the band. In a statement released on the official My Chemical Romance website, band members detailed the reason why Michael Pedicone was let go. “He was caught red handed read more

Chris Cornell Rocks Out with Pearl Jam

Alternative, Rock - 7 years ago by Troy Rogers

Pearl Jam celebrated its 20th anniversary over the weekend at the two day PJ20 festival at Wisconsin’s Alpine Valley Music Theater where Soundgarden front man Chris Cornell joined the band. Billboard reports that fans of Pearl Jam received a surprise visit by Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell at the Pearl Jam read more

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers Excited About I’m With You

Rock, TV - 7 years ago by Alison Cox

After a two year hiatus, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are back with the a new album called I’m With You following the departure of RHCP guitarist John Frusciante. According to MTV, Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis declines to call the band’s new album, I’m With You, a read more

Songwriter Jerry Leiber Dies at 78

Celebrity, Rock - 7 years ago by Troy Rogers

Legendary songwriter and producer Jerry Leiber, who wrote songs for Elvis Presley and Ben E. King, died on Monday at the age of 78. According to CNN, rock and roll songwriter Jerry Leiber died in a Los Angeles hospital on Monday at the age of 78. Leiber is responsible for read more