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New Jersey punk band the Gaslight Anthem announced Wednesday that the group will go on an indefinite hiatus following their current European tour. "We're all going to do other projects and stay active in some way or another, both in and out of music, but we'd like to step away from... ...read more
Johnny Rotten grabs the microphone and lurches forward, his pimply face grinning into the camera. Next to him, Steve Jones is miming (or mocking) guitar-hero moves, while Sid Vicious hunches over his bass, surly as ever. The grainy footage carbon-dates to the tail end of 1977, right before the band... ...read more
Morrissey claims he was sexually assaulted by a security officer who grabbed his genitals after a routine security check at the San Francisco Airport on July 27th, according to a post from the musician on True to You.
The incident reportedly took place around 2:30 p.m. after Morrissey had finished regular security procedure, without... ...read more
"It's about a compilation of exes, to be honest," Leigh Nash laughs to Rolling Stone Country about her new single, "Somebody's Yesterday," from her upcoming solo album The State I'm In. As the lead singer of Sixpence None the Richer, Nash is no stranger to love songs. "Somebody's Yesterday" is... ...read more
Dave Grohl sounds hoarse. On a day off from the Foo Fighters' current North American tour, the frontman comes off as typically amiable, but he blew out his vocal cords during a marathon, career-spanning gig the previous night. "My voice is the least of my worries at this moment," he rasps... ...read more
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