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Ed and Kermit together for charity. Watch their performance below. Red Nose Day is a charitable endeavor and Ed Sheeran and Kermit the Frog showed their support of the cause with this amazing photo of both the singer/ginger kid and the puppet with big red noses stuck on their handsome faces/ Don't

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3 reasons you should attend the festival in NYC's most populous borough in late July. Brooklyn's annual Gigawatts Festival has announced its 2015 lineup, which features Black Lips, Anamanaguchi and Braid headlining its three nights, July 24 through 26. Awesome, right? Other acts include Liturgy,

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The entertainer remains as gorgeous as ever. Jessica Simpson is more of a fashion designer than she is a singer or actress or anything in the entertainment world these days, but make no mistake. The multi-hyphenate, who presides over a billion dollar fashion empire, thanks to jeans, shoes, bags and

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The project features former Machine Head guitarist Logan Mader. When people think of Logan Mader, they remember flying dreads, a flying V and deadly volume, performing with likes of Machine Head and Soulfly. Hard to believe but it's been 12 years since Logan Mader set foot onstage. Now a

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Jarrod Gorbel of electronic pop duo on influences, movies, and debut album 'Everything's Coming Up Roses.' Night Terrors of 1927 make imaginatively dreamy alternative on their full-length debut Everything's Coming Up Roses [Atlantic Records], out now. The pair of singer Jarrod Gorbel

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We countdown the five best bruisers from New Zealand chart-topping hard rock quartet! Like A Storm have emerged as a massive rock radio success on their own terms in the past couple years. Their single "Love the Way You Hate" brought the New Zealand outfit—Chris Brooks [lead vocals, rhythm

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The Only Band That Matters opened their summer 2015 North American tour in San Diego. View the gallery.Nothing can match the feeling of seeing The Rolling Stones live. At the first night of the ZIP CODE tour at San Diego's Petco Park, the band channeled the energy and power of their heyday and

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The bluesy and soulful axeman nabbed a coveted spot opening for the one and only Stones. Gary Clark, Jr. once again proved his status as the 21st century's foremost guitar icon at opening night of The Rolling Stones' ZIP CODE tour at Petco Park in San Diego. He merged a free soulful spirit with

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Witness the raw power of one of England's most enduring and important bands. Deep Purple really could put on quite a show, and that's what their latest live album, Long Beach 1971 [earMUSIC], continually illuminates over the course of 71 minutes and four songs. That's right, this sucker is

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Alter Bridge and Creed six-string slayer turns out a metal monument, in Cauterize, that can't be torn down. Tremonti's Cauterize steamrolls into stores on June 9, 2015 via FRET 12. Guess what? It's a modern metal masterpiece of the highest order. There are two kinds of people in this world. There

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Jumping from a YouTube smash with “What Languages Sound Like to Foreigners” to a bona fide banger of a debut single! Saara’s debut single “Ur Cool” is truly one of the catchiest songs you’ll hear all summer. You know the pop singer already if you’re one of the 14.5 million and counting who watched

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These are pests and pain you want! Pests are usually a pain and a nuisance. But in this case, The Pests are "The Pain." Enough with the riddles. One of New Orleans' longest-running post-punk bands, The Pests, are here and they are premiering "The Pain," the new video from the song that lives on A

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Drummer and vocalist Sebastien Grainger cracks open new album 'The Physical World,' reveals terrifyingly fascinating inspiration for "Virgins" music video, discusses the band's next musical step. Last year, our Artist of the Week Death From Above 1979 returned to the fold with their first album in

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    Get the scoop on this counter-culture period piece video. Want to know some of the real story behind Death From Above 1979's video for "Virgins" from the latest album The Physical World? Well, they are our Artist of the Week and they gave us the inside scoop on the video, which was

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Harlem rap icon’s long-awaited sophomore effort is flawless in every way. "Bow your head the most high's around," A$AP Rocky raps on "Holy Ghost" [feat. Joe Fox] the opener of his incredibly anticipated second full-length album, A.L.L.A. (At Long Last A$AP) [A$AP Worldwide, RCA

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Bay Area platinum rapper delivers catchiest single yet with a little help from pop superstar. Sage The Gemini nabs Song of the Week with "Good Thing" feat. Nick Jonas. If you've been looking for a summer anthem that's as hot as it is hypnotic, look no further. Bay Area rapper, songwriter, and

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Two faith luminaries light up the scene with incredible collaborative effort. Alex Faith & Dre Murray score Album of the Week with their collaborative opus Southern Lights: Overexposed [Collision Records]. There's nothing like it when two MCs with different styles get on the same page and

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Guitar legend and vocal powerhouse ignite sold out crowd at House of Blues Houston in the Lone Star State! Slash, singer Myles Kennedy [Alter Bridge], and The Conspirators—Todd Kerns [bass, backing vocals], Brent Fitz [drums], and Frank Sidoris [live rhythm

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Pop singer and songwriter makes big statement with debut EP. Bebe Rexha takes EP of the Week with I Don't Wanna Grow Up [Warner Bros. Records]. This New York songstress has penned massive hits such as "The Monster" for Eminem and Rihanna and lent her big voice to guest spots on both David

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First single from Sacramento gospel MC's forthcoming Burn has power to inspire! Milliyon is gearing up to drop his fourth full-length album, Burn, later this year, and the first single "Hands High" just begins to deliver his message of hope. Born in Atlanta and now residing in Sacramento, the rapper

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