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Steve Jobs Blasted Neil Young Over ITunes Statements

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The late Steve Jobs was not much of a Neil Young fan, as the famed Apple chief reveals in a new biography. Young had routinely spoken out about his distaste for Apple and their iTunes music platform, which the rock legends has argued propagates poor audio quality. Jobs was rumored to have beefed with Young over his comments about iTunes and is quoted blasting Young in a new bio.More »






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Lynyrd Skynyrd Sweet Home Alabama Live Album Due Out In June

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Lynyrd Skynyrd will release a new live album, Sweet Home Alabama, this summer. Sweet Home Alabama was recorded during the band’s appearance on German music program Rockpalast in 1996. In addition to the show, the new reissue includes three songs (“Workin’ for MCA, “Free Bird” and “Sweet Home Alabama”) recorded at the Hamburg Musikhalle on December 5, 1974.More »




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David Crosby Hits And Injuries Jogger With Tesla

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David Crosby recently hit and injured a jogger with his 2015 black Tesla electric car in Southern California on Sunday, March 22. The 46-year-old jogger, Jose Jimenez, who was struck with the 73-year-old classic rocker’s car was airlifted to the Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara after the incident happened. When the jogger was hit he was “propelled” forward by the car.More »






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Ronnie Wood To Publish Diaries From When He Was 17

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Ronnie Wood is prepping the publication of the diaries he composed as a teenager. The book, How Can It Be? A Rock & Roll Diary, will feature entries from the Rolling Stones guitarist written in 1965. “I suppose my own private world is in the diary,” Wood says. “This diary shows what an amazing schedule I had. We’d be travelling the length and breadth of the country.”More »




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Black Sabbath To Play Farewell Show At 2015 Ozzfest In Japan

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Black Sabbath have announced a “farewell” gig set in Japan during the band’s Tokyo leg of Ozzfest on November 22. Sharon Osbourne, who announced the news via YouTube, did not specify whether it’d be the band’s last Japan gig, or last gig ever. “Ozzfest will be back in Japan on November 21st and 22nd,” she said. “And this will be Black Sabbath’s farewell.”More »