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Friday, August 24,2012

Music festivals lift concert scene

More and more, multi-day and multi-headliner music festivals are carrying the concert industry, according to the article linked below. And booking companies are ramping up the festivals to match.
Wednesday, August 22,2012

New book of KISS photos hits shelves for a cool $4,250

Detroit face-painters celebrate 40th anniversary

The group announced today it's putting a book on sale that collects old photos of the band in a massive, 3-foot bound publication.
Wednesday, August 22,2012

UK prosecutors to release 'hundreds' of alleged phone hacking victims' names

Britain's News of the World phone hacking scandal will soon move to a new stage, as UK prosecutors plan to release the names of hundreds of people whose phone records were allegedly accessed by journalists.
Tuesday, August 21,2012

Upcoming season of 'The Office' will be its last

NBC comedy to end after 9 seasons

After nine years, NBC's The Office is coming to a close in May 2013, the network announced today. Greg Daniels, the show's executive producer, said the show was finishing its run not for financial reasons but because the show's story arcs are complete.
Tuesday, August 21,2012

Ice is back: Vanilla Ice releases remix of 'Ice Ice Baby' video

Remember the 90s? If not, Ice is back to remind you. Rapper Vanilla Ice, whose 1990 smash hit "Ice Ice Baby" is impressed into the consciousness of millions, has re-released the video for the song 12 years later.
Monday, August 20,2012

Source: Director Tony Scott had inoperable brain tumor

Director Tony Scott, who apparently committed suicide Sunday by jumping from a Los Angeles bridge, had an inoperable brain tumor, according to a source.
Friday, August 17,2012

Guitarist Tom Morello rips Paul Ryan for liking Rage Against the Machine

Yet another conservative politician has hitched his wagon to a liberal band. Rep. Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney's pick for Republican vice presidential candidate, has listed notoriously liberal Rage Against the Machine as one of his favorite groups.
Wednesday, August 15,2012

Dismemberment Plan play first new songs in a decade, hint at more on the way

Every time a beloved band reunites for live shows, some amount of will-they-or-won't-they speculation starts about the possibility they'll write new songs together.
Tuesday, August 14,2012

Taylor Swift to release new 'Red' album in October

Singer premieres new single during live chat with fans

Taylor Swift surprised fans on Monday evening with the announcement that she'll release a new album, Red, on October 22nd – her first LP since 2010's Speak Now. The singer-songwriter revealed the news during a live chat with fans, during which she previewed her new single and spoke about her inspiration for the record.
Monday, August 13,2012

Olympics closing ceremony: Spice Girls, George Michael and more

British music royalty light up London in psychedelic farewell to games

With a little British pomp and a lot of British pop, London brought the curtain down on a glorious Olympic Games on Sunday in a spectacular, technicolor pageant of landmarks, lightshows and lots of fun.
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