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RIP: Cynthia Robinson

It’s quite the day for us as the Pro Football Hall of Fame has announced their 25 Semi-Finalists. It was announced that Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Cynthia Robinson passed away yesterday at the age of 71 after succumbing to cancer. Show More Summary

Hot Tuna Rocks Beacon, Explorers Club - Celebrates Jorma Kaukonen's 75th

Last week, the 1996 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Jorma Kaukonen (guitar) and Jack Casady (bass) thrilled an Explorers Club audience with adventure tales of their music careers, then went on to rock the Beacon Theatre for two sold-out nights. At all venues, audiences celebrated Kaukonen’s 75th by [...]

Cynthia Robinson, of Sly and the Family Stone, Dies at 69

Music lost one of its greats as Cynthia Robinson, co-founder of Sly and The Family Stone passed on Monday (Nov. 23) after a battle with cancer. She was 69. Robinson was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 along with the iconic music group -- becoming the only female, African-American trumpet player to be honored in the ceremony... Continue reading…

Roger Daltrey, First Citizens Bank Team Up To Tackle Teen Cancer

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame crooner Roger Daltrey has re-recorded the 1980 hit song "Let My Love Open The Door" as part of a Teen Cancer America/First Citizens Bank partnership to raise money and awareness for young adults with cancer. Radio and television commercials featuring the tune will begin [...]

22 Unseen Photos of The Rolling Stones' Performance in Oslo in 1965

Here are some rarely black and white vintage photos of The Rolling Stones' performance in Oslo in 1965. The Rolling Stones signs for fans when arriving Fornebu, the day before the concert held in the exhibition hall at Skøyen (Sjølyst),...Show More Summary

Flashback: Phish Play Genesis Classic at the Hall of Fame

When the news surfaced in late 2009 that Genesis were getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it briefly seemed like the Peter Gabriel–led lineup of the band might actually perform together for the first time in nearly 30 years. Sadly, the original Genesis frontman was deep...

Uriah Hall blows a gasket, compares broke UFC fans to 'terrorists' in wake of Ronda Rousey loss

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Uriah Hall has always been a fan of former UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, after getting the chance to roll with the "Rowdy" Olympian during The Ultimate Fighter (TUF)...Show More Summary

'Clash Of Clans' News, Update: Supercell To Offer 2-Week Sneak Peek Ahead Of Roll Out Date

Fans of the hit turn-based strategy game, "Clash of Clans," may already know that a new update is coming. In fact, Supercell, the game developer, revealed last month at the ClashCon that the new patch will introduce Town Hall 11.

20 Terrible Debut Albums by Great Artists

Rome wasn't built in a day and, chances are, neither was your favorite artist. Not everyone can be the Ramones and emerge fully formed, making a first impression that lasts a lifetime. From Rock & Roll Hall of Famers to Nineties alterna-heroes, here's 20 artists that prove that slow and steady can win the...

Tom Petty Radio channel debuts Nov. 20 on Sirius XM

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Tom Petty, the subject of author Warren Zanes’ just-published book “Petty—The Biography,” now joins the list of musicians with their own channels on SiriusXM radio. Petty will curate the new Tom Petty Radio channel, which premieres on Friday, Nov. 20, on Channel...

Tom Petty to Curate Own SiriusXM Channel

Tom Petty will soon be the recipient of his own satellite radio station as SiriusXM have revealed plans to launch Tom Petty Radio. The Petty-curated channel – which will focus on all aspects of his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career, from his solo work and the Heartbreakers to the...

Matthew and Gunnar Nelson Ready 'This Christmas' Holiday Album

Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, the twin sons of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Rick Nelson, will release their first collection of holiday songs later this week. This Christmas, which will be available via digital outlets on Friday, November 20th, will be released in physical form on December 4th. A spirited...

Man Brings Piano to Site of Paris Bataclan Attack, Plays John Lennon’s ‘Imagine': WATCH

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A man rolled up with a piano attached to his bicycle outside the Bataclan, the Parisian concert hall where dozens were murdered last night in terrorist attacks, and began playing John Lennon’s “Imagine”. The piano was painted with a… Read The post Man Brings Piano to Site of Paris Bataclan Attack, Plays John Lennon’s ‘Imagine': WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

Band Playing At Paris Theater Is California-Based Eagles Of Death Metal

One of the venues attacked by terrorists of unknown origin was a concert hall, where an American band was playing. The Eagles of Death Metal was reportedly on the stage at the time of the attack. Rolling Stone reports: Shots rang out...Show More Summary

Morning Reads for Friday the Thirteenth, November Witch Edition

Here: – NAACP sues Hancock County over voter rolls. – Savannah ginger farmer makes Oprah’s Favorite Things list. – Georgia Veterans Hall of Fame adds fifteen inductees. – Atlanta’s 40 under 40. There: – Does this make Hillary a Material Girl? – Sounds like those Reidsville City Council meetings, doesn’t it? – No, his name …

New Orleans R&B legend Allen Toussaint dead at 77

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R&B legend Allen Toussaint, one of the signature forces in New Orleans music whose songs have been played by a who's who of rock greats, has died, his family said Tuesday. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who was 77, died suddenly in Madrid shortly after performing Monday at the Spanish capital's Teatro Lara. Show More Summary

Watch Behind-the-Scenes Video of Bill Withers' Carnegie Hall Tribute

In October, Bill Withers made a rare onstage appearance when he clapped along with the all-star performers in attendance at a tribute concert dedicated to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer. The show took place at New York's Carnegie Hall, where Withers recorded his classic live LP Live at...

Watch Australian MC Allday Talk Kanye, White Rappers

Australian rapper Tom Gaynor, better known as Allday, sat down with Rolling Stone as he prepared for his New York City show at Webster Hall in the latest installment of "RS Live." Growing up in the early millennium, Gaynor couldn't quite get into crunk artists like Lil Jon but instead found...

New Orleans Music Legend Allen Toussaint Dies

Allen Toussaint, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame songwriter, producer, pianist, performer and New Orleans legend, died Monday night after suffering a fatal heart attack while on tour in Spain. He was 77. The Grammy-winning Toussaint was...Show More Summary

Allen Toussaint, songwriter, musician and producer of pop hits, dies at 77

Mr. Toussaint used the rhythms of his native New Orleans to build a career that led to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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