Politics

Bruce Springsteen Plays Private White House Concert (Video)

Bruce Springsteen recently performed a private acoustic concert at the White House for outgoing President Barack Obama. A representative from Springsteen fan site Backstreets called the performance "a humble, quiet gesture from Bruce to say thanks. No pomp, no ceremony, just the man, the guitar,...
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Journey Leads Rock Hall Fan Vote

A few weeks into the fan vote for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2017, Journey are in the lead. As of November 8, Journey have 77,474 votes, followed by ELO, The Cars, Yes and Pearl Jam. Fan voting is open until 11:59 p.m. ET on December 5th at RockHall.com. The Top 5 artists selected by...
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David Bowie Berlin Plaque Destroyed

A plaque marking the apartment David Bowie shared with Iggy Pop in Berlin has been destroyed just three weeks after it was unveiled. The porcelain plaque was unveiled at the end of August. It's not yet clear if the original plaque was stolen or fell from the wall, but The Royal Porcelain Factory (...
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"Don’t Use Our Song"

So far this year, there's been a lot of turmoil over political candidates using songs as part of their campaign and the artists getting upset over it. The Rolling Stones and Queen are just two of the latest. So John Oliver from HBO's "Last Week Tonight" got Heart and John Mellencamp, along with...
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Rolling Stones Say "No" To Donald Trump

Donald Trump can't always get what he wants. The Rolling Stones are the latest band to ask Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, to stop playing their music during his campaign events. Trump played the Stones' "Start Me Up" after his decisive win in the Indiana Republican primary...
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