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  1. Buffalo Springfield Rock The Free World

    Last night Buffalo Springfield rocked the stage at the Bonnaroo Music Festival. "We're Buffalo Springfield, we're from the past" Neil Young told the audience. Original members, Young, Stills and Richie Furay, were joined by bass player Rick Rosas and drummer Joe Vitale, replacing deceased members Bruce Palmer and Dewey Martin. A performance that marked the group's 7th time on stage...
  2. Billie Joe Armstrong Produces Album For His Son

    Billie Joe Armstrong’s 16-year-old son, Joey Armstrong, has an album ready for release with his own punk band. As reported by Spin.com, the disc, titled Don’t Be a Dick, was produced by – you guessed it – Billie Joe Armstrong. “The record has a lot of youthful punk rock attitude,” said the Green Day frontman, who’s releasing the album on...
  3. Gorillaz Release Free Album on Christmas

    In an interview with Australia’s Perth Now, Albarn’s Gorillaz collaborator Jamie Hewlett spilled the beans about the album, which will be made available on the band’s website as the ultimate prize on Gorillaz Advent Calendar. “On Christmas Eve, a video for one of the new songs from the iPad album will be released,” Hewlett said. “Then, on Christmas Day fans...
  4. Experience Hendrix Tour Cast on Jay Leno

    Fresh off a fall Experience Hendrix tribute tour, Jonny Lang, Chris Layton of Double Trouble, Brad Whitford of Aerosmith and Billy Cox took to the Tonight Show with Jay Leno to perform Jimi Hendrix’s classic “Fire.”  
  5. The Killers Announce 2010 Christmas Single 'Boots'

    The Killers keep up with their holiday tradition of releasing a holiday tune for charity. Earlier this week, the band released their fifth annual holiday single, “Boots.” Proceeds from the song will benefit (RED) and help fight AIDS in Africa. For each view of the video below, Starbucks will contribute five cents to the Global Fund to help fight AIDS...

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