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Gene Simmons Abandons Application to Trademark Devil Horns

After backlash from critics, fans, and his peers, it appears Gene Simmons has withdrawn his application to trademark the "devil horns" hand gesture. The co-founder of KISS filed the paperwork, claiming that he first made…
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Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side of the Moon' Gold Record Heading to Auction

Pink Floyd's iconic album The Dark Side of the Moon has sold over 45 million copies worldwide. The band's most commercially successful album and arguably one of the best ever was Certified Gold in 1973 for over…
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Brian May Teases Previously Unreleased Queen and David Bowie Collaborations

While making the rounds to promote the new Queen in 3-D book, Brian May made some interesting comments about the collaboration between the band and David Bowie for "Under Pressure". May told  Mojo (via Radio X)…
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Fleetwood Mac Announce Farewell Tour

The members of Fleetwood Mac have been busy recently, with Stevie Nicks releasing new solo music, along with Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie releasing their new collaboration Buckingham/McVie which also features Mick Fleetwood and John McVie.…
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Bob Seger's Catalog Finally Available for Streaming and Download

Bob Seger has finally joined the digital age of music. After years of holding out, Seger's catalog has hit streaming and downloading service. The announcement comes largely from the demand from fans, as well as…
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Yoko Ono to Be Added to Songwriting Credit for "Imagine"

Efforts are underway to change the songwriting credits of "Imagine" by John Lennon to include Yoko Ono's name as well. This news comes from the National Music Publishers Associations (NMPA) annual meeting, where Ono was…
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Bob Dylan Accused of Plagiarizing SparkNotes for Nobel Lecture

Bob Dylan has been accused of plagiarism after accepting his Nobel Prize for Literature. The lecture drew on literary themes, but portions of it seemed to take from SparkNotes, an online equivalent to cliff notes. Andrea…
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Mellencamp, Young Among Farm Aid 2017 Headliners

Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews will headline the Farm Aid Festival, which includes newer artists and veteran acts this year on September 16th at the KeyBank Pavilion.…
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U2 Headline Their First Festival, Honor Fans and Fellow Acts

For the first time in 41 years, U2 headlined their first festival Friday Night (June 9th) when they stepped on the main stage at Bonnaroo. This was the second ever festival the band had performed, though…
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KISS Releases A Line of Phone Covers and Wallpapers

KISS always seems to have their logo on any product that will allow it, and now you can add cell phones to the list. The group has launched a line of covers and wallpapers for…
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