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For the first time in over 16 years, founding Kiss members Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley performed together onstage in St. Paul, Minnesota. The concertThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley Play Together ... Read More
Andrew W.K. will release his first studio album in nine years on March 2nd, 2018 via Sony.
"I'm going for the sound of pure, unadulterated power," the musician/motivational
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SUPPORT ACTS ANNOUNCED INCLUDE DYING FETUS, CODE ORANGE, AND MORE Unstoppable, Grammy-nominated hardcore juggernaut Hatebreed released their first full-length, the modern hardcore classic Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire, back in November of 1997. The album set the tone for the type of moshable metal that would eventually go on to define the ’00s. 2002’s […] Read More
Bill Withers covers "(You've Been Quite a Doll) Raggedy Ann" as part of a tribute album dedicated to Little Jimmy Dickens, the famously pint-sized country singer and a Grand Ole Opry stalwart. Withers' version of the song marks his first solo recording since 1985, when
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