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After a decade-long wait, the unlikely pairing of Wu-Tang Clan's RZA and System of a Down bassist Shavo Odadjian are finally releasing an album's worth of music. The duo had first announced their project Achozen (pronounced "a chosen") in the mid-2000s, around when the bassist was hyping an ill-fated online... ...read more
Before Ringo Starr was one-fourth of the most famous pop group in history, he was Richard Starkey, a sickly child born July 7th, 1940, in Liverpool, England, and raised in and out of hospitals for most of his childhood. A lifelong fan of country music, in 1959 Starkey joined a... ...read more
Exactly 10 years ago this week — on July 2nd, 2005, to be exact — the classic lineup of Pink Floyd reunited for a stunning four-song set at Live 8. It was their first time playing together since The Wall tour ended in June 1981, and the tragic death of Floyd... ...read more
As Kellie Pickler gears up to begin filming her new CMT reality series (tentatively titled I Love Kellie Pickler) the bubbly singer, Dancing With the Stars champ and former American Idol contestant sat down with Rolling Stone Country to talk about the newest chapter of her life.
"It's exciting to let... ...read more
U2 fans saw double during the band's concert in Toronto Monday night, when the Irish rock outfit brought out local tribute act Acrobat for a spirited performance of the Rattle and Hum hit, "Desire."
A fan-shot video captured the performance, which found Acrobat taking lead on the song while U2 stood nearby watching, before ultimately... ...read more
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