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Aerosmith, Slash, Journey, and Heart set for anti-child slavery benefit album

Aerosmith, Slash, Julian Lennon, Heart, and Journey's Neal Schon and Arnel Pineda are but a few of the artists who contributed songs to the benefit album, Set Them Free, according to Billboard. The collection — which is named after Sting's 1985 solo hit "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free" — features songs by Sting…

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Eddie Vedder, Tom Morello, more come out for net neutrality

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello, Michael Stipe of R.E.M. and many other musicians and creative artists have signed a letter in favor of keeping net neutrality, the policy that makes the Internet a level playing field for all websites. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering a change in…

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Bruce Springsteen online museum to launch next month

A new online Bruce Springsteen online museum will launch next month, according to Rolling Stone. The site, BlindedByTheLight.com, which kicks off around the time of the 30th anniversary of "The Boss’s" mega-platinum 1984 blockbuster Born In The U.S.A., and will feature around 300 Springsteen artifacts. The site's Facebook page features one of Springsteen’s passport photos,…

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Is Bob Dylan prepping a standards album?

It’s looking like Bob Dylan is prepping his first covers collection since 1993’s World Gone Wrong. Dylan posted a cover version of Frank Sinatra’s "Full Moon & Empty Hearts" on his official website (BobDylan.com) with what appears fro be the cover for a new album, apparently titled, Shadows In The Night. Noise 11 reported that…

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KSHE Klassics: Top 95

Top 95 KSHE Klassics (as voted on by listeners) …

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Name: John Brendel    From: Belleville, IL                 Works at: John is a Diligence Coordinator at Mississippi Valley Securities and a part time Martial Arts Instructor at 3T Martial Arts. He is also in the Civil Air Patrol. John has been a KSHE listener since the late 70s. He has KSHE on…

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Flashback: the Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ premieres in New York City

It was 44 years ago today (May 13th, 1970), that the Beatles' final movie, Let It Be, received its U.S. premiere, in New York City theaters. The film, which was shot in January 1969, was originally intended to be a TV special called Get Back featuring the group rehearsing for their first live show in…

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Bob Weir & RatDog extend tour into September

Bob Weir & RatDog have extended their summer tour, adding a whopping 19 new dates to their itinerary. As it stands now, Weir and the band will kick things off on June 4th in Brooklyn, New York at the Brooklyn Bowl and wind the trek down on September 14th in Whites Creek, Tennessee at The…

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Bats have their revenge on Ozzy Osbourne at last

Ozzy Osbourne's plan to convert a barn on the property of his home in Buckinghamshire, England into a house has been rejected by the local council because of the impact it could have on the bats living there. According to BBC News, Osbourne applied for permission from the Chiltern District Council to convert the barn…

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Slash signs on to produce new movie

Slash is continuing his push into film producing that started last year with the horror movie Nothing Left To Fear. According to Ultimate Classic Rock, the former Guns N' Roses guitarist has signed on as executive producer for Cut Throats Nine, an upcoming Western thriller starring Mads Mikkelsen from TV's Hannibal and Harvey Keitel of…

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Report: Roger Daltrey set for Philly cancer benefit

It seems as though Roger Daltrey has quietly booked a few solo shows in the coming months. Leave it to the die-hard fans at TheWho.com’s message board to sniff out Daltrey’s upcoming yet-to-be announced gigs — including a July 28th Teenage Cancer America benefit concert at Philadelphia's Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center. According to…

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Judas Priest singer to undergo surgery before tour

Judas Priest singer Rob Halford will undergo surgery to have an umbilical hernia removed before the band heads out on tour in support of its new album, Redeemer Of Souls. Halford said he's not having the hernia removed because it hurts, but because "it looks like the alien just burst forth!” Halford added, "(My doctors…

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Original Foreigner bassist Ed Gagliardi dead at 62

Original Foreigner bassist Ed Gagliardi died of cancer on May 10th, at age 62 following an eight-year battle with the disease, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Original frontman Lou Gramm posted a note to his Facebook fan club page, saying: "It is (with) a heavy heart that I let fans know that Foreigner’s original bassist…

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Soundgarden to perform ‘Superunknown’ at special New York show

Soundgarden will perform its 1994 album Superunknown in its entirety at a special show on June 2nd at the intimate Webster Hall in New York City. This will be just the second time that the band performs the album live from start to finish, following a similar show at the South By Southwest festival in…