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The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

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Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

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Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

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Diane Warren Sued for $20 Million for Stealing Chicago's 'Look Away' from Teenager

An Englishman named Brendan Greaves is suing songwriter Diane Warren on the grounds that a tune he wrote in 1987, when he was 14, called “Look Away” is similar to the 1988 Chicago hit of the same name. He’s seeking $ 20 million and all profits from the song. According to TMZ, he sent his

Dave Grohl Pranks Crowd With Fake Stage Fall

Nearly three years to the day that he broke his leg when he fell offstage in Gothenburg, Sweden, Dave Grohl fooled a crowd in the same city into thinking that he had done it again. Foo Fighters opened their concert tonight (June 5) with a man dressed as Grohl coming onstage and spilling out onto

Bonnaroo to offer free laundry service during festival

Music festivals are inherently a dirty experience, what with the multiple days rocking out to seemingly endless music under the summer sun. Bonnaroo in particular is known as a messy event, with either the Tennessee heat leading to a dustbowl scenario or southern storms turning the grounds into a mud pit. But Roovians need not

Rock Biographer Jerry Hopkins Dies

According to his website, Hopkins published 39 books and more than 1,000 magazine articles in his career for the likes of Rolling Stone, GQ, Wine Spectator, Maxim, The Village Voice and others. His most popular title is probably No One Here Gets Out Alive, the 1980 biography of Morrison, which, according to Best Classic Bands, he had begun

Jack White dedicates “Icky Thump” to Donald Trump: “You can’t be a president and a prostitute, too!”

In the lead up to the 2016 presidential election, Jack White sold “Icky Trump” t-shirts in protest of then-candidate Donald Trump. During his headlining set at Governors Ball on Friday, the former White Striper once again used Icky Thump’s title track to deliver a stinging rebuke of Trump. After singing the song’s second verse (“White Americans, what/

Trent Reznor speaks out on “imbecile” Donald Trump: “We may be the most demoralized country in the world”

Trent Reznor is making the press rounds in advance of Bad Witch, the third and final installment in Nine Inch Nails’ multi-year music trilogy, which began with Not the Actual Events and Add Violence. In a new interview with Mexican outlet Warp (via Alternative Nation), he and collaborator Atticus Ross discussed the forthcoming release and Ross’ new role in NIN, as

'Darkness on the Edge of Town' at 40: Our Writers Answer Five Important Questions

On June 2, 1978, Bruce Springsteen released Darkness on the Edge of Town. The record, his first since 1975’s Born to Run made him a star, arrived after a lengthy lawsuit with his former manager Mike Appel. Although the lyrics didn’t directly reference the suit, his bitterness showed in the songwriting. Gone was the cinematic