classic rock

Giant Baby Jesus Statue Looks Just Like Phil Collins

Phil Collins always said Jesus knew him, but something happened on the way to heaven: the two became one in the form of a giant statue in Mexico. Perhaps as penance for the cynical Genesis song “Jesus He Knows Me,” Collins has been condemned to live the rest of his life above the alter of a church...
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U2 Salutes Australian Firefighters as Thanks for Saving Lives in Local Wildfires

With dozens of wildfires burning across New South Wales, Australia, firefighters are flying in from across the continent to lend a hand. And a few of those brave souls got a sendoff to remember at the airport in Melbourne. U2 , always aware of what’s going on in the world, ran into dozens of...
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Study: 78 Minutes of Music a Day Improves Mental Health

There have been been plenty of studies that prove the health benefits of music, but just how much of a daily intake do you need to start reaping the benefites? 78 minutes. A study by the British Academy of Sound Therapy found that listening to music for that amount of time helps maintain good...
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Boom, Roasted: Lizzo, Green Day, Luke Combs, Alice Cooper Read Mean Tweets on 'Kimmel'

Twitter is not a safe place to be. The trolls will find you, especially if you’re a celebrity. But sometimes they get a chance to fight back, or just kill them with kindness, in the always fun “Mean Tweets” segment on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Billie Eilish kicked things off with a comment about her...
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R.E.M., Journey, Pharrell, Vince Gill Among Nominees for Songwriters Hall of Fame

The artists who penned some of the most beloved and influential songs in music history are taking their turn in the spotlight. R.E.M. , Journey , Pharrell and Vince Gill are among the two dozen 2020 nominees for the Songwriters Hall of Fame. There are two categories of nominees: those who are being...
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Bon Jovi Releases New Single in Tribute to Vets and Their Service Dogs

Bon Jovi has shared their poignant new single “Unbroken,” which was written for the forthcoming documentary “To Be of Service.” The film is about veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder with the help of service dogs, and all proceeds from downloads of the song will go to the Patriotic...
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Bruce Springsteen Surprises 'Western Stars' Theatergoers in New Jersey

Who better to set the stage for Bruce Springsteen ’s new concert film than the Boss himself? As he’s wont to do in his New Jersey stomping grounds, Springsteen surprised fans with an appearance over the weekend. He showed up unannounced at a preview screening for “ Western Stars ” in Freehold to...
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No More Rain in Africa: Toto is Calling it Quits

When Toto takes the stage at The Met in Philadelphia this weekend, it will be the last time the current line-up performs together in that capacity. Founding member, guitarist and prolific session musician Steve Lukather says the band is calling it quits. The end of Toto’s 40th anniversary tour will...
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Soundgarden, Whitney Houston, Doobie Brothers Among First-Time Rock Hall Nominees

The class of 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees are out, and it’s an eclectic list of artists. Nine of them are on the ballot for the first time: Dave Matthews Band , The Doobie Brothers , Whitney Houston , Motörhead , The Notorious B.I.G. , Pat Benatar , Soundgarden , T. Rex and Thin Lizzy...
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Elton John Reveals He Was '24 Hours Away From Death' in New Memoir

Elton John is opening about his near-death experience after being diagnosed with prostate cancer a few years ago. In his shocking new memoir, Me: Elton John , the 72-year-old discloses he was “24 hours away from death” after developing complications from prostate surgery in 2017, in new excerpts...
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