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Dark pleasure with Dynazta
Robbie Williams turned down the chance to become Queen’s frontman
Bruce Springsteen Rocked a Jersey Club Crowd With a Two-Hour Benefit Show
Freddie Mercury: Mary Austin calls Queen star her ‘eternal love’ – ‘We’d had a marriage’
Coldplay reveal new album tracks in classified section of north Wales Daily Post newspaper
INXS star Michael Hutchence and the secret he took to his grave

Dark pleasure with Dynazta

The Swedish quintet Dynazta, totally the most clichéd of all the “powerphile” bands in the world, which for the last few years have been covering all those rough-looking “shots” that clench their fists and put their fingers in a menacing gesture as soon as they see someone with a long spread his ejaculate on the…

Robbie Williams turned down the chance to become Queen’s frontman

Robbie Williams has revealed that he was once asked to follow in the late Freddie Mercury‘s footsteps as Queen frontman, before Adam Lambert joined the rock group. The pop icon is said to have turned down Brian May and Roger Taylor’s approach after impressing the pair when they teamed up on a 2001 re-recording of ‘We Are The Champions’ for the…

Bruce Springsteen Rocked a Jersey Club Crowd With a Two-Hour Benefit Show

Bruce Springsteen was back on familiar territory on Saturday night (Nov. 16) for a benefit show at the 500-capacity Stone Pony club in Asbury Park, New Jersey, for a Boston College fundraiser.    According to the Asbury Park Press the rock icon was backed by E Street drummer Max Weinberg and former Asbury Jukes guitarist Bobby Bandiera and…

Freddie Mercury: Mary Austin calls Queen star her ‘eternal love’ – ‘We’d had a marriage’

FREDDIE MERCURY’S former lover and partner Mary Austin opened up on their relationship in a newly unearthed, poignant interview, saying she felt like she and the Queen legend “had a marriage”. Freddie Mercury was in a romantic relationship with Mary Austin for six years and the pair remained incredibly close until his tragic death in 1991….

Coldplay reveal new album tracks in classified section of north Wales Daily Post newspaper

Coldplay have revealed the tracklist for their much anticipated new album… with a little help from a north Wales newspaper. Sitting alongside ads for a fridge/freezer and a ”luxury” double divan bed, the band revealed details for their new album ‘Everyday Living’ with a classified advert in Wednesday’s edition of the North Wales Daily Post….

INXS star Michael Hutchence and the secret he took to his grave

Michael Hutchence was rarely out of the papers in the final years of his life, but there was a secret he had kept hidden from the world – he was suffering from brain damage. A violent altercation five years before his death left the INXS star with two large areas of permanent damage, as well…

Bruce Springsteen Releases Official Audio of 1978 Pièce De Résistance Show

Bruce Springsteen has released official audio of perhaps his most widely bootlegged performance. The show in question, which earned the name Pièce De Résistance, went down at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey on September 19th, 1978, three months after the release of Darkness at the Edge of Town. Bruce and the E Street Band played…

Take a look at New Order’s iconic track ‘Blue Monday’ being played on instruments from the 1930s

It is one of the iconic songs of the 1980s but have you ever wondered what New Order’s track ‘Blue Monday’ would sound like if it was created 50 years earlier? Well, thanks to the great minds at BBC you don’t have to. ‘Blue Monday’ was and still is one of the best songs of a…

VIDEO: Liam Gallagher changes Shockwave lyrics in dig at brother Noel & U2’s Bono

The former Oasis frontman has let rip on stage in France about his estranged brother and his friendship with the U2 frontman. Liam Gallagher has suggested his Shockwave single is about his brother Noel and U2’s Bono. The former Oasis frontman played a set at Carcassonne Festival in France, where he changed the lyrics to the lead single…

THIS IS IRON MAIDEN’S SETLIST FROM THE FIRST NIGHT OF THEIR NORTH AMERICAN TOUR

ast night (July 18), Iron Maiden brought their epic Legacy Of The Beast tour to North America for an almost-three-month jaunt across the continent. It all kicked off at the Sunrise BB&T Center in Florida and will climax in Mexico City at the Sports Palace in September, before three dates in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. Iron Maiden brought the biggest…

10 Beatles Songs We Wouldn’t Bring Back in the Yesterday Universe

Across the country this Independence Day break, families and Tinder connections on third dates will flock to theaters to see Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, following the viewers who drove it to a $17 million opening last weekend. In case you’ve avoided all indications of its existence, here’s the rundown: Boyle’s movie is a speculative comedy about a singer-songwriter, played…

Mick Jagger Showed No Signs of Slowing Down During Rolling Stones U.S. Tour Kickoff in Chicago

The Rolling Stones aren’t merely a band, but a globally-beloved institution. For nearly six decades, the legendary English rock group has presented their era-defining collection of blues-rock hits to the global masses. Their mixture of eye-popping production, superb musicianship and raw charisma has long solidified their position as the absolute gold standard of the 70,000-seat stadium circuit….

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