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Last Thursday, The Wonder Years dropped by Lancaster's Chameleon Club to kick off their U.S. spring tour along with Philly's Modern Baseball , midwestern crew Citizen , and Detroit's Fireworks .
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Photos that capture Phil Lynott's "spirit" are among the images of a new London exhibition that also includes images of The Clash, Ian Dury, Debbie Harry, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Rotten and Sid & Nancy.
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He's a multi-millionaire, a music industry pioneer, business tycoon and co-founder of one of the most important record labels in music history.
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Guitarist James Williamson is working on a compilation of 40-year-old Stooges outtakes without the band's frontman but he has Iggy's blessing for the project.
The tumultuous Black Flag reunion continues to get uglier. The latest comes courtesy Ron Reyes, the vocalist who says he was fired in the middle of a concert .
The art-world pranksters known as the Bruce High Quality Foundation have, since 2008, run a mildly anarchic answer to the Whitney Biennial.
The Coathangers ' scratchy, frantic punk snarls like The Misfits covering Teenage Jesus & the Jerks, but for the Atlanta all-girl punk rock warpath's music video for "Follow Me" - the single on its ecstatic fourth album, March's Suck My Shirt - the band recruited fellow Georgians Mastodon to dress as them .
This week, the Blind Eyes go out with a bang with a final show sure to pack Off Broadway to the brim, new rock saloon Los Punk shows Cherokee how its done, and St. Louis sees plenty of big name visitors including Afroman, Kim Richey and Dr. Dog.
Lily Allen gears up to fully re-enter the music world, Madonna announces a major collaboration, and Diplo finds inspiration with The Clash .
Gene Siskel Film Center hosts the European Union Film Festival through April 3. Sixty-four films from 26 European nations are featured throughout the month-long event, and our film guys have you covered with reviews of the must-sees this week.
It is expected that the tracks they were working on will be a part of One Direction's next album.
Feminism may be a dirty word in Vladimir Putin's Russia, but the punk artists of Pussy Riot and the topless crusaders of Femen are among the few willing to stand up to the former KGB czar.
For its first Three Artists, One Song campaign in nearly two years, Converse is teaming with Diplo, Frank Ocean and The Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon for "Hero," a reggae-tinged tale of urban bravado.
Turin Brakes, Butchers Blind @ The Mercury Lounge Long-running Britpop duo Turin Brakes have always kept things on the more low-key folky side, only indulging in sweeping anthemicism occasionally.
Las Vegas-based Horses 4 Heroes opened a new facility at the historic Tule Springs Ranch after volunteer contractors completed roughly $80,000 worth of work on the weeks-long project and donated an additional $20,000 for the group.
Over the past year this pair of Danes with a New York drummer have shown America how to rock again.
It was an evening of fun, celebration and even a few surprises Saturday at the 2014 OC Music Awards , once again held at City National Grove of Anaheim.