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Metallica reveals how they decided on Lady Gaga duet for Grammy Awards 2017: ‘She said ‘yes,’ took about 12 seconds’
Metallica and Lady Gaga ’s joint performance was one of the most talked about moments at the Grammys, and even despite a technical mishap, they still lit up the stage – quite literally, with lots of pyrotechnics. But how did a heavy metal band decide to team up with one of the world’s biggest pop
Beastie Boys' 'Licensed to Ill' Turns 30
Beastie Boys ' landmark debut album "Licensed to Ill" was released November 15, 1986 -- 30 years ago today. The album became the first rap record to top the Billboard 200, and has since been certified diamond for 10 million sales. Prior to recording "Licensed to Ill," Beastie Boys were a hardcore
Sharon Osbourne Talks Mental Breakdown, Depression: 'I Had Given Up'
Sharon Osbourne is opening up about her battle with depression and why she took an emergency leave of absence from her talk show. "I had given up. I just couldn't deal," she told Access Hollywood . "At a very low point in my life, I was very frightened about what was going on with me mentally and
Ozzy Osbourne Apologizes After Revealing Sex Addiction
The rocker says he's seeking intense therapy for the years-long addiction, adding that he's "mortified" about the effect on his family.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Reunite for Ozzfest Announcement
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne reunited today for an Ozzfest announcement. During a press conference to announce Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, a two-day festival featuring headlining performances by Black Sabbath and Slipknot, Sharon Osbourne , Ozzy's manager, took the stage to announce her estranged husband.
Sharon Osbourne Addresses Reports of Split With Ozzy Osbourne : 'I'm Not With Him'
Days after reports of possible turbulence in her 33-year marriage to Ozzy Osbourne , Sharon Osbourne returned to "The Talk" to address the rumors. "I'm not with him," Sharon revealed, as she sipped on a glass of lemonade. "I just need time to really think about what do I really want for the rest of
Weezer, Andrew Bird, Pet Shop Boys and More Music Reviews
This week, Weezer return to their self-titled color-themed series with “The White Album,” singer-songwriter Andrew Bird shows off some semi-orchestral greatness, The Pet Shop Boys deliver some glossy, kind of humorous dance-pop, Cheap Trick try to hand us some treats and soul-singer Charles Bradley
Music Reviews: The Latest From Savages, Tricky, The I Don’t Cares and More
This week the release schedule continues to pick up the pace as London-based art rockers, Savages release their sophomore effort, trip-hop icon, Tricky drops his twelfth studio album which simultaneously serves as the debut of a new side project, The Replacements’ Paul Westerberg joins forces with
50 Best Albums of 2015
Anyone who tells you that 2015 didn’t offer up a wide variety of excellent music wasn’t paying attention. This year was actually tremendous. You may have had to do a little digging to find the best records, but like many recent years, 2015 offered up an embarrassment of riches. I liked a lot more
What Makes the Arcs' New Album 'Freaky,' 'Tender' and 'Soulful'
This week was kind of a slow release week perhaps due to the Labor Day holiday weekend. Nevertheless, we have a few albums to discuss. Firstly, Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys forms a new band, The Arcs, whose debut record just hit shelves. Secondly Lou Barlow of Dinosaur Jr. and Sebadoh-fame has