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It was 49 years ago today (February 13th, 1967) that the Beatles released their double A-sided single of "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane." The single contained two of the first three songs recorded for the group's upcoming Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album...
After his untimely death earlier this month, David Bowie left behind more than a legacy of memorable songs, but bequeathed an indelible imprint on popular culture as well. Storm Entertainment captures this spirit in a new tribute comic book biography released this week. Tribute...
Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden used his piloting skills to help out a turtle . Terri the turtle washed up on a beach on the island of Jersey, which is between England and France, with a damaged shell and an infection. The turtle's plight inspired a fundraising campaign to fly...
Paul Stanley has joined forces with Ace Frehley for a new track on Frehley's upcoming solo covers set. The new album, Origins Vol.1, will be released on April 15th, and marks the first time the KISS co-founders have appeared on an original album together since the band's 1998...
Donald Trump's campaign has been using three songs by The Rolling Stones -- “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “Sympathy for the Devil” and “Brown Sugar.” And he didn't ask for permission to use them. The Stones have not asked that he stop using the songs, but at least one...
It was 49 years ago today (February 12th, 1967) that the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were arrested at Richards' West Sussex, UK home for drug possession. The bust followed Donovan's arrest by the same drug squad the previous year, and sparked not only public...
Super-producer Rick Rubin recalled working with artists like Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Black Sabbath in a wide-ranging new interview with Rolling Stone . Rubin is being honored this week by the Recording Academy Producers and Engineers Wing as part of Grammy Week and...
It's taken a while -- just over 34 years to be exact -- but a member of the bat family has taken revenge on a member of the Osbourne family. On January 20th, 1982, Ozzy bit the head off a bat while performing in Des Moines, Iowa. And on February 10th, 2016, a bat defecated on...
The Who kicks off its 2016 dates tomorrow night (Saturday, February 13th) at London, England's SSE Arena, Wembley, and will launch their 28-date North America run on February 27th at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena. Back in September, the band was forced to postpone its entire 2015...