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Newswire: Linkin Park cancels upcoming tour

Yesterday, we reported on the death of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, at the age of 41. Today, Rolling Stone brings the unsurprising news that the band has now canceled the upcoming North American leg of its current world tour, in the wake of Bennington’s death. Show More Summary

LGBT Megadonor Pouring Millions Into Campaign to Punish Christians for Refusing to Participate in Gay Weddings; "Punish the Wicked," Xe Advises

Pretty soon you'll have to give same-sex oral sex on demand or face legal punishment. Openly gay LGBT activist Tim Gill, who has poured $422 million into the homosexual movement since the 1990s, recently told Rolling Stone why he won't...

Le’Veon Bell wants to be paid as a No. 1 RB and a No. 2 WR (but he won't be)

In the immortal words of the Rolling Stones, you can’t always get what you want. Le’Veon Bell is stuck with the franchise tag after he and the Steelers were unable to work out a long-term deal. One of the sticking points for Bell is that he wants to be paid for what he really contributes on the ground and as a receiver. He’s got a point. Show More Summary

Gay Activist Millionaire To Rolling Stone: Time To Target Christians, Punish The Wicked

Last month, a tech multi-millionaire and LGBTQ activist named Tim Gill gave an interview to Rolling Stone where he had some choice words for those evil, evil Christians who are

Roger Waters – “Wait For Her” Video

Earlier this year, Roger Waters released his first solo album in 25 years, Is This The Life We Really Want?, and today he's shared a video for "Wait For Her." Per Rolling Stone, it features the flamenco dancer that was also in his "The Last Refugee" video, and director Sean Evans explains that the new…

Netflix’s Ozark Falls Somewhere Between Bloodline and Breaking Bad

Many of the elements in the new Netflix crime-drama Ozark have the air of something borrowed. Take the opening of the fourth episode, in which the Rolling Stones track “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking?” plays beneath voice-over narration of protagonist Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) bluntly explaining “Money Laundering 101.” You ... More »

Rolling Stone Takes Cheap Shot at Trump in Dunkirk Review

Could someone remind me how old President Donald Trump was at the time of the real life evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940? Oh, he still wouldn't be born for another six years? Really? However, this did not prevent Rolling Stone movie reviewer...Show More Summary

Bella & Gigi Hadid Show Off Their Style in New York City

Bella and Gigi Hadid both stepped out today in two different chic looks in New York City! Bella, 20, was seen in a tight white shirt and white jeans while Gigi, 22, wore patterned pants with a Rolling Stones tee. You can check out all the photos of the model sisters in the gallery below. [...]

Steve Knopper Discusses His Updated Book “Appetite for Self-Destruction" [Podcast]

This week co-host of Hypebot's Music Biz Weekly Podcast Jay Gilbert flies solo. He's joined by guest Steve Knopper who it a Rolling Stone contributing editor and the author of "Appetite for Self-Destruction: The Spectacular Crash of the Record Industry in the Digital Age," which was just re-release in an...

Lisa Fischer’s Move to the Spotlight

After decades of singing with the likes of Tina Turner, Luther Vandross, Chaka Khan, Nine Inch Nails and The Rolling Stones – and being one of the subjects of the Oscar-winning documentary 20 FEET FROM STARDOM – famed vocalist Lisa Fischer is now touring with her band, Grand Baton.

New Music: Kesha, Selena Gomez, Arcade Fire

Kesha has shared a “female empowerment song”, according to this essay she penned for Rolling Stone. She recorded the song in collaboration with the Dap Kings, best known for working with the late, great Sharon Jones and for their work on Sturgill Simpson’s excellent 2016 LP, A Sailor’s Guide... Continue reading

RIP: Fresh Kid Ice, 2 Live Crew co-founder

From Rolling Stone : Christopher Wong Won, a.k.a. Fresh Kid Ice, the pioneering Asian rapper and co-founder of the influential Miami hip-hop group 2 Live Crew, died Tuesday at the age of 53. 2 Live Crew’s longtime manager Debo confirmed Wong Won’s death to Rolling Stone. According to Debo, the cause of death was a “medical condition,” but the rep declined to elaborate. […]

Rapper Dead at 53

A rapper who was one of the founders of an influential U.S. hip-hop group has died. Rolling Stone reports that Christopher Wong Won, known as Fresh Kid Ice, died Tuesday due to an undisclosed medical condition. He was 53. Wong...

Unheard Michael Jackson album up for auction

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A CD containing nine unheard Michael Jackson songs that are reportedly master recording quality will be on the auction block next week. The winner won't have legal distribution rights though. From Rolling Stone: The starting bid on the...Show More Summary

An Album Of Unreleased Michael Jackson Songs Is Being Auctioned

An upcoming sale from the NYC auction house Gotta Have Rock and Roll features a CD containing an album’s worth of previously unheard Michael Jackson songs, Rolling Stone reports. According to the auction house, the disc comes from a "personal friend and personal assistant to Michael whose family was very close to Michael for many…

You Can Now Buy Chocolate Powder to Snort

If news reports are to be believed, health-conscious club-goers have a new drug of choice—instead of cocaine, they’re snorting chocolate. Chocolate snuff, designed in 2007 for the birthday party of two members of the Rolling Stones, has made its way through Europe’s club scene in recent years. Show More Summary

Beggars Banquet - with July's major auctions, now's the time to buy rock collectibles

last weekArts : Artdaily

If you?re not heading to Europe this summer to see iconic photography of The Rolling Stones at exhibits in London and Stockholm. Rare photography of the band by the heralded celebrity photographer Terry O?Neill is now up for auction at still-reasonable prices. Show More Summary

Emin Agalarov, the Russian pop star linked to Donald Trump Jr., sure makes bland music

Toby Keith. Lee Greenwood. The Rolling Stones. In the eight months since he was elected president, Donald Trump has demonstrated some clear musical favorites. When the history of his administration is written, though, the artist who figures most prominently in the story may not be one of those...

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