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  • Paul McCartney Discusses Twerking, Tattoos and Favorite Current Tunes in New Twitter Q&A

    Paul McCartney Discusses Twerking, Tattoos and Favorite Current Tunes in New Twitter Q&A

    Paul McCartney took to his Twitter account on Monday for a Q&A session with fans, during which the rock legend candidly, and often humorously, shared a variety of personal revelations. Among the many topics Sir Paul chatted about were his current favorite songs and the best gigs he ever attended.  McCartney said the tunes that he’s enjoying most right now are the Foo Fighters‘ new single, “Something from Nothing,” and the Sia hit “Chandelier.”  As for his favorite concerts, Paul tweeted, “There are many,” while singling out rappers Jay-Z and Kanye West‘s joint show. McCartney also named his favorite television… Read more

  • Hannah Graham Abduction Suspect Indicted in 2005 Sex Assault

    Hannah Graham Abduction Suspect Indicted in 2005 Sex Assault

    (CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) — The suspect in the abduction of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is being indicted in a 2005 sexual assault. Jesse Matthew has been charged with attempted capital murder, abduction and sexual penetration with an object, according to the indictment from the Fairfax County Circuit Court. The victim, who was 26 at the time, was identified only as “R.G.” in court papers. The indictment claims Matthew “did feloniously, willfully, deliberately, intentionally and with premeditation attempt to kill R.G. in the commission of or subsequent to an abduction with the intent to defile.” Matthew, 32, is being held… Read more

  • Rolling Stones Sax Player Bobby Keys to Miss Band's Australian Tour

    Rolling Stones Sax Player Bobby Keys to Miss Band's Australian Tour

    When The Rolling Stones kick off their rescheduled tour of Australia and New Zealand this Saturday, they’ll do it without their longtime touring saxophone player, Bobby Keys.  According to a message on the band’s official website, the 70-year-old musician, whose association with The Stones dates back to the group’s 1969 album Let It Bleed, will miss the nine-date trek because he’s been “a bit under the weather” and “is under doctor’s orders to take it a bit easy for the next month.” Filling in for Keys during the outing will be Karl Denson, who leads his own group, Karl Denson’s… Read more

  • Deluxe Reissue of 1977 Solo Album by Founding Byrd Gene Clark to Be Released Next Month

    Deluxe Reissue of 1977 Solo Album by Founding Byrd Gene Clark to Be Released Next Month

    A deluxe CD edition of Two Sides to Every Story, a long-out-of-print 1977 solo album by late founding Byrds singer Gene Clark, will be released on November 18.  The remastered 10-track disc comes packaged in a hardbound “Eco-Book” featuring 26 pages of previously unseen photos, extensive liner notes, lyrics and more. The album also contains a download card allowing access to more than 90 minutes of high-quality digital bonus recordings from a 1975 concert Clark played with a full backing group.  In addition, an unaired 1974 radio interview with Gene is included. Two Sides to Every Story features a mix… Read more

  • Aerosmith's Joe Perry Says He Wanted New Memoir to Be as "Equal as Possible" About the Band's Story

    Aerosmith's Joe Perry Says He Wanted New Memoir to Be as "Equal as Possible" About the Band's Story

    Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry released a new memoir titled Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith earlier this month, and he’s wrapping up a book-signing tour in support of the tome tonight in Los Angeles.  In Rocks, Perry charts his journey from a guitar-obsessed teenager to becoming a driving force in one of America’s greatest rock bands, while delving into many of the triumphs and low points he experienced along the way. A large part of the book is dedicated to Joe’s complicated and often contentious relationship with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.  Perry tells ABC News that while he… Read more

  • Expanded, 40th Anniversary Edition of Supertramp's "Crime of the Century" Arriving in December

    Expanded, 40th Anniversary Edition of Supertramp's "Crime of the Century" Arriving in December

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Supertramp‘s Crime of the Century, the album that brought the U.K. band its first taste of commercial success in the U.S.  To mark the milestone, a remastered, two-CD version of the album will hit stores on December 9. Crime of the Century, Supertramp’s third studio effort, was released in September 1974 and became the band’s first album to crack the top 40 of the Billboard 200, peaking at #38.  The record also yielded the group’s first top 40 single in the States, “Bloody Well Right,” which reached #35 on the… Read more

  • How Jake Gyllenhaal Lost 30 Pounds for Latest Movie "Nightcrawler"

    How Jake Gyllenhaal Lost 30 Pounds for Latest Movie "Nightcrawler"

    (LOS ANGELES) — Jake Gyllenhaal’s latest movie Nightcrawler is due out at the end of the month and a Halloween release date is fitting since the actor’s appearance in set photos could easily be categorized as “creepy.” The Oscar-nominated actor takes on the role of Lou Bloom, a photographer who scours the night looking for horrific photos to get the most online traffic. To take on such a role, Gyllenhaal went to the extreme. “I made a lot of choices physically,” he told Entertainment Weekly for its latest issue, adding he lost upwards of 30 pounds for the film. Some… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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