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2 hrs ago | Daily Record
You're somewhere nice, bright and airy, like a screened-in front porch. You have your turntable on in the other room, with the windows open.
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8 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
Roger Ebert's final blog posting last April ended with his hopeful sign-off: "I'll see you at the movies."
12 hrs ago | Vanity Fair
Thanks to her mega-influential parents Sean Penn and Robin Wright, Dylan Penn has been famous since she basically exited the womb.
14 hrs ago | Nashville Scene
There are at least two great things about life in 2014. The first: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band still kick ass in concert.
Hill was to be a potential suitor for Andi Dorfman on the upcoming season of the ABC reality dating series, and prior to joining the show, Hill was on a quest to visit every United Nations-recognized country in the world in just 1,200 days, which he documented on his website GO With Eric: The Global Odyssey.
In the new book, "There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll," there's a telling photograph of Mick Jagger whispering into the ear of journalist Lisa Robinson as she smiles mischievously.
This book cover image released by Riverhead shows "There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll," by Lisa Robinson.
Chef Martin McNair has cooked on tour for the likes of the Rolling Stones and worked in Michelin-starred restaurants.
Shakespeare dies, the first public school in the U.S. opens, Wrigley Field opens, The Rolling Stones release "Sticky Fingers," Coca-Cola releases New Coke, and the first YouTube video is uploaded, all on this day.
When Shoshoni rocker Norm Moore heard his neurosurgeon was a rocker at heart, he knew which album he wanted played at his surgery: Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon."
Joe Satriani is the guitarist's guitar player, a technician who during his years as a teacher helped players such as Steve Vai and Kirk Hammett.
Hell just doesn't get the kind of traction these days that it once did in the rock world.
What do Aretha Franklin , Wilson Pickett, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Rolling Stones all have in common? They are all connected to the "small town with the big sound," the "musical Mecca" of Alabama: Muscle Shoals .
Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood New Jersey announces exciting new shows for everyone! See The Glimmer Twins- A Tribute to Rolling Stones on Tuesday, June 24th at 8PM don't miss The Rock n Roll Blues Festival featuring Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Vanilla Fudge, Peter Rivera of Rare Earth and Savy ... (more)
By 1979, British guitarist Ronnie Wood had carved out for himself a niche as a sideman, first with the Jeff Beck Group, then the Faces and the Rolling Stones .