March Bandness – 2019 Daily Results

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KSHE Court: Farting @ Work

Today’s BURNING question has to do with how comfortable we are at work. ‘Should you fart in front of your co-workers?’  THE KSHE COURT HAS SPOKEN!  

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Ozzy says he thinks about dying now that he’s 70

Ozzy Osbourne says that he’s alive thanks to pure luck, according to a recent interview with Metal Hammer magazine. The Black Sabbath singer has battled pneumonia and an upper respiratory infection recently, forcing him to cancel tours and spend weeks in the hospital, but the Prince of Darkness continues to stay above ground. Ozzy explained,…

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Paul Stanley says ‘Starchild’ persona is tattooed in him

Kiss is back on home turf tonight (March 22nd) with its final “End Of The Road Tour” hitting Long Island’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Paul Stanley spoke to his old hometown paper The New York Post and explained why now is the time for him and Gene Simmons to walk away from the world’s stage.…

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Asbury Park doc featuring Bruce Springsteen coming to East Coast theaters

The new documentary Asbury Park: Riot. Redemption. Rock N’ Roll, which includes new and exclusive interviews with Bruce Springsteen and Steve Van Zandt, among others, will play in select East Coast theaters in May. The doc, which will premiere on April 28th at The Asbury Park Music & Film Festival (APMFF), “features Springsteen reuniting with…

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Phil Collins announces new North American tour dates

Phil Collins is coming back for another string of North American dates, dubbed the Still Not Dead Yet, Live! tour. Collins and his band — which features longtime solo and Genesis sideman Daryl Stuermer, solo bassist Leland Sklar, and his son Nic on drums — will play a total of 15 dates, with the fall…


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KSHE Court: Dinosaurs

Today’s BURNING question has to do with this story about the possibility of bringing back the woolly mammoth. “Should we bring back the dinosaurs?” THE KSHE COURT HAS SPOKEN!  

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The Rolling Stones’ ‘Rock And Roll Circus’ set for big screen run

Between April 1st and 5th, the Rolling Stones’ classic 1968 long-unreleased Rock And Roll Circus TV special will play on the big screen in select cities nationwide. The special was shot at London’s Twickenham Studios on December 10th and 11th, 1968 and was originally envisioned as being a holiday special for the Stones to promote…

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Unreleased Bruce Springsteen footage to be shown next month in Asbury Park

Bruce Springsteen fans will be able to see previously unreleased footage from “The Boss’” vault next month in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Backstreets.com posted: “The Asbury Park Music & Film Festival (APMFF) and the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University are proud to announce The Bruce Springsteen Archives. Thom Zimny,…

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Metallica fans outraged over bots grabbing S&M2 tickets

Metallica fans have taken to Twitter to express their outrage after the pre-sale for the band’s upcoming S&M2 show with the San Francisco Symphony ended within seconds due to bots grabbing all the available tickets. Members of Metallica’s fan club were supposed to be given the opportunity to buy tickets a few days early, but…

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Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx stands ‘100 percent’ behind #MeToo movement

Motley Crue was known for some of the most decadent exploits of any rock band during its 1980s heyday, but now bassist Nikki Sixx says he fully supports the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment of women. Asked by Rolling Stone what he has learned about women in the past 35 years, Sixx said, “I stand…

STERLING HEIGHTS, MI - JULY 24:  (L-R) Robert DeLeo, Jeff Gutt and Dean DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots perform at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre on July 24, 2018 in Sterling Heights, Michigan.  (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

Stone Temple Pilots working on acoustic record

Stone Temple Pilots singer Jeff Gutt has revealed to Detroit radio station WRIF that the band is working on an acoustic record. Gutt explained that the disc will feature “some extra musicians and some extra parts and pieces,” and will be recorded later in the year. He added, “I’m not sure how long it’s gonna…