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 Kiss member Paul Stanley

Paul Stanley Rejoins Forces With PUMA For A New Featured Collection

KISS frontman Paul Stanley‘s latest signature Puma sneaker recently launched and has all-new sizes available, including smaller sizes for women.
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Motley Crue

Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe and Poison Added Seven New Dates To The 2020 Stadium Mega-Tour

There are seven new dates set in place for the upcoming 2020 stadium mega tour with Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe and Poison
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dave grohl

9 Year Old Girl Jams Out To Nirvana On The Drums And Kills It

Music prodigies don't come along often, but when they do its something pretty special.
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James Blunt, Performing, Graham Norton Show, 2017

James Blunt Says He’s “Lucky” To Have Had More Success Than The Rolling Stones

James Bunt may have just ignited the music war to end all music wars.
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Here Are The Stories Behind Every Song On Nirvana's Breakout Album: Nevermind

We're looking back at the great stories behind one of the most iconic music albums of all time.
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Roger Water Performs

Pink Floyd Legend Starts A Super Exciting Countdown

Pink Floyd’s legendary co-lead vocalist and bassist, Roger Waters leaked a countdown for his upcoming documentary movie, 'Roger Waters Us And Them.'
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AC/DC band

AC/DC Themed Coins Released For Bands 45th Anniversary

A pair of commemorative coins have been released to honour two classic AC/DC albums.
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Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder

After Six Years Pearl Finally Releases New Album

It is speculated that Pearl Jam will release their new album by November.
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Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform on stage

Robert Downey Jr. Announces ‘Rolling Stones Rock’ on Mars

Robert Downey Jr. announces the Rolling Stones now have a rock named after them on Mars. Literally making rock history on the neighbor planet.
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NASA Names Rock From Mars After The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones have received many awards, but this one may be the most out of this world. NASA announced on Thursday that a rock discovered on Mars would be named after the rock band.
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