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Woman Who Gave Greta Van Fleet Their Name 'Laughed It Off'

The woman whose name was adopted by rising-star rock band Greta Van Fleet said she “laughed it off” when she heard. Gretna Van Fleet, an 87-year-old resident of the band’s hometown of Frankenmuth, Mich., saw them for the first time in five years last week. “They’ve matured, I’ll say that,” the saxophonist and pianist told

30 Years Ago: Queensryche Create Their Future With 'Operation: Mindcrime'

Nikki loves Mary, but Nikki is a junkie and Mary is a hooker who’s become a nun. Nikki has been ordered to kill Mary by Dr. X, who runs an above-the-law subversive organisation that brainwashes people like Nikki into becoming unknowing assassins. And if Nikki doesn’t kill Mary, Dr. X will cut off Nikki’s supply

New Rock Hall Inductees Get Their Own Garbage Pail Kids Stickers

As if their upcoming inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame weren’t enough of an honor, the Cars, Bon Jovi, Moody Blues, Dire Straits and Nina Simone are also the subjects of a new series of Garbage Pail Kids stickers. The 11-card set from the long-running collectible series is available for a limited

25 Years Ago: Radiohead Imitate Their Heroes on 'Pablo Honey'

A band that would earn a reputation as one of the brainiest, most fiercely creative acts of a generation named their first album after a Jerky Boys reference. In 1993, Radiohead released their debut full-length Pablo Honey, its title inspired by a prank call from one of the Boys’ infamous comedy CDs. Their sophomoric sense

When Metallica Found Out They Had to Live in Their Rehearsal Room

Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian faced the prospect of telling Metallica that they had to live in their new rehearsal room when they first met in the early ‘80s. The moment came when Ian had been asked to act as ambassador to James Hetfield’s band when they relocated to New York from San Francisco prior to

The Shins announce The Worm’s Heart, a “flipped” version of their latest album, Heartworms

The Shins released their latest album, Heartworms, back in March of this year. A few days later, James Mercer’s outfit unveiled an alternate take of the single “Name For You”, something they did again with “Cherry Hearts” in October. Now, the indie pop band have announced a full-length “flipped” version of Heartworms they’re calling The Worm’s Heart.

Owners of Breaking Bad house hoping fence will stop fans from throwing pizzas on their roof

Imagine what it’s like living in the home known on television as where Breaking Bad protagonist Walter White slowly turned into Heisenberg. Think about the tourists taking selfies out front, the trespassers entering your property, and fans looking to take home souvenirs. After years of enduring this reality, the real-life homeowners have reached a breaking point