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Rolling Stones Release Sticky Fingers Live

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The Rolling Stones have released Sticky Fingers Live, a new digital-only release commemorating the band’s performance at a secret club gig on May 20, in which they performed their 1971 classic album Sticky Fingers. The album captures the Stones’ rare and intimate show at the 1,200-seat Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, which served as a warm-up gig for their Zip Code tour.More »





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U2 Play ‘Pride’ In Chicago

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U2 paid a special tribute to their LGBT fans in Chicago earlier this week offering up a rendition of their classic track “Pride.” The performance follows the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states. The performance took place at the United Center in Chicago on June 28 and Bono told the crowd it was a moment to remember for the gay rights movement.More »





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Gene Simmons Son Says He’s ‘Full Of S**t’

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Nick Simmons says his dad, KISS fronter Gene Simmons, is “full of s**t.” Writing an essay for Vice, Nick notes it’s one of life’s important lessons for him to learn. “It’s important to kill your heroes. And, sometimes, you have to kill your father,” he opines. “Kill him so you can love him, and his flaws, better than one can love a hollow archetype.”More »








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The Who Headline 2015 Glastonbury Festival

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The Who closed out the 2015 Glastonbury Festival in grand fashion, taking a pot shot at Kanye West, who performed earlier in the festival, along the way. Referring to West’s claim that he was “the greatest living rock star on the planet” during his set, Who guitarist Pete Townshend described the band’s set-closer “Won’t Get Fooled Again” as “big and rebellious.”More »