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L7 Thrash Hard, Take Tinder Selfie at Wild First Show Back

Friday, May 29, 2015 9:36am

At the end of last year, L7 announced that they were working on a documentary chronicling their rise and eventual break-up, and asked Facebook fans if there was enough support to sustain a full-on anniversary tour. A thousand comments, 2,500 shares and 7,000 likes later, the original members of the...

Jason Aldean Plays Welding Wingman in 'Tonight Looks Good on You' Video

Friday, May 29, 2015 8:58am

Jason Aldean was still a teenager when he landed a job at a Pepsi plant in rural Georgia. He held onto the job for years, delivering soda cans to local convenience stores during the day and playing shows around the Macon area at night.  Aldean hung up his Pepsi uniform for...

Watch Roger Waters, Nick Mason Reunite for Honor at Old School

Friday, May 29, 2015 8:24am

Pink Floyd's two living co-founders, Roger Waters and Nick Mason, reunited this week at the site of the band's formation to mark the psychedelic/progressive rock act's 50th anniversary. The musicians helped unveil an honorary plaque at London's University of Westminster (formerly Regent Street Polytechnic) on Thursday, though they were brutally honest...

Erin Andrews, Brittany Snow to Co-Host 2015 CMT Music Awards

Friday, May 29, 2015 8:21am

While the CMA, ACM and ACC Awards try various country stars' hands at TV hosting duties, the CMT Music Awards tend to have Hollywood going country for a night. Following in the stilettoed footsteps of actresses including Kristen Bell, Kathy Najimi and Pamela Anderson will this year be Dancing With...

U2 Play Old Hits, Share Stories at Thrilling 500-Capacity Roxy Gig

Friday, May 29, 2015 8:10am

Bono knows how to work a room, only for decades he's been working arenas and stadiums, offering sweeping gestures on the most epic stages. Last night at the Roxy Theatre on L.A.'s Sunset Strip, U2 showed they could still dial things down to the most intimate level, playing a thrilling set...

Sex, Drugs & Rock Criticism: Richard Goldstein on the Sixties

Friday, May 29, 2015 8:06am

The story goes something like this: In 1966, a 21-year-old journalism school graduate named Richard Goldstein walks into the office of Village Voice editor Dan Wolf and makes an impassioned pitch to become "a rock and roll critic." When the young man finishes his plea, the 50-year-old Wolf asks, quite...

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