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Exit Light, Enter Gaga?

Lady Gaga is well known for her eclectic taste in music creation, with past hits spanning multiple music genres, and her performances with Tony Bennett are shining examples of her wide range. Well she’s about to add,

Exit Light, Enter Gaga?

Lady Gaga is well known for her eclectic taste in music creation, with past hits spanning multiple music genres, and her performances with Tony Bennett are shining examples of her wide range. Well she’s about to add,

Nita Strauss Talks About New Solo Album

Check out Nita’s rippin’ vidoe on UltimateClassicRock.com as she demonstrated why she appears on “She Rocks Vol. 1“, the new compilation on Steve Vai’s Favored Nations label that showcases an eclectic mix of 11 female guitarists, For Nita Strauss,

Edge of U2 on ‘Joshua Tree’

In this Rolling Stone, YouTube interview, Edge talks about how the message of the album has come full circle from the era in which it was created. In the 1 minute plus clip Edge edge remarks on

Grohl Won’t be performing at 59th Grammys

The Recording Academy issued an apology yesterday, stating “Earlier this week, we announced that Dave Grohl would be performing with Anderson .Paak and A Tribe Called Quest prior to confirming all participants. Dave Grohl will not be

Nirvana’s Offspring has Offspring

“With Foo Fighters taking some time off, guitarist Chris Shiflett spent some time last summer recording his third solo album. West Coast Town will be released April 14.” writes Loudwire.com. Loudwire.com continues, “He recorded the country-flavored disc

Yoko’s Life with John Lennon Movie

It’s been reported that Yoko Ono will produce a film about her realtionship with John Lennon. The film has yet to be titled but is currently in the scripting phase now with Anthony McCarten, who’s also listed

Phil Rudd on Axl Rose to front AC/DC

Blabbermouth.net has the word that “Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd says that he has changed his opinion about Axl Rose fronting the band.“The controversial Rose–AC/DC pairing received mostly positive reviews, but not before Rudd panned the collaboration,