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Mickey Rooney Dead at 93 – Stars React on Twitter
Actor Mickey Rooney, a Hollywood legend, died on Sunday, April 6 at the age of 93, leading to some heartfelt Twitter reactions from a younger generation of celebs.
Find Out Why Uncle Jesse + Becky From ‘Full House’ Never Got Together in Real Life
Uncle Jesse aka John Stamos and Becky aka Lori Loughlin exhibited amazing and believable chemistry during their wildly popular tenure as a beloved sitcom couple on 'Full House.' Their onscreen romance was so believable that it left many fans wondering why things never spilled over into rea…
Chris Pine Busted for Drunk Driving
Actor Chris Pine was reportedly busted for drunk driving in New Zealand earlier this month.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Cause of Death Revealed
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's cause of death has been revealed.
New Music Releases – May 2013
May 2013 is filled with plenty of new music releases for fans of all genres of music.
The Smiths 1983 Rare Rehearsal Recordings Surface Online
If you thought yesterday's posting of a Nine Inch Nails documentary from the mid-90s was nostalgic bliss, your mind is about the be blown. You're about to slide down the rainbow and belly-flop into a huge pot of gold, as a 39-minute rehearsal recording, titled 'The Pablo Cuckoo Tape,' from the Smith…
Flaming Lips Musical Might Head to Broadway
The Flaming Lips and Wayne Coyne haven’t conquered Broadway … yet. That might be the next thing to check off their band bucket list, however, as 'Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots,' a musical inspired by the band's Grammy-winning 2002 album of the same name, might…
Record Store Day 2013 Brings Special Vinyl Releases by the Black Keys, Flaming Lips + More
As an official sponsor for Record Store Day, which takes place nationally on April 20 and celebrates the culture surrounding still-standing indie record stores, Warner Bros. are rolling out limited edition vinyl treats from artists like the Black Keys, the Flaming Lips and Tegan and Sara.
Pearl Jam Wrigley Field Show Is Fastest-Selling Concert in Ballpark’s History
Opened in 1914, Wrigley Field in Chicago is one of the last classic American ballparks. Pearl Jam are one of the greatest and most important rock bands of the modern era. So what do you get when these two cultural touchstones from different eras collide? The fastest concert sellout in the venue'…
Eddie Vedder Pre-Pearl Jam 1989 Demos Surface Online
Collectors and diehards that love anything "new but old" from Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder are about to start drooling -- incessantly. Tapes from the singer's '88-'89 pre-PJ demo period have surfaced, but that's not all. Through the miracle of technology, the…
Jack White Performing at Grammys
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards just got White-washed. That's right, guitarist and former White Stripes leader Jack White will take the stage at this year's Grammys, which air live from Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10.
Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players Include Nirvana and Cheap Trick Members + Stevie Nicks
Dave Grohl has assembled Sound City Players, an all-star group that will perform in support of his self-financed directorial debut, 'Sound City,' a documentary about the famed recording complex in California. The lineup of Sound City Players musicians is diverse, eclectic and impressive, and it incl…