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by G H posted Oct 23 2014 1:46PM
The childhood home of the Beatles' guitarist George Harrison sold in auction for $250,000.

[photo by David Hume Kennerly via public domain

The home was purchased by Jackie Holmes, a Beatles' fan who missed the opportunity to buy John Lennon's home last October for $770,000.

Holmes spoke with the Echo and said "I'm absolutely thrilled. This was the house where the Beatles rehearsed and now I own it. I missed out on John Lennon's house last year, so this is just a dream come true."

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by G H posted Oct 21 2014 2:38PM
The estate of Spirit frontman Randy California has taken Led Zeppelin to court and things aren't looking to good for Zep this week.

[photo by Dina Regine, used under Creative Commons license]
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by G H posted Oct 16 2014 12:49PM
Congrats Patrick Stump and Elisa Yao on your beautiful baby boy!
[photo by Chloe Chaplin, used under Creative Commons license]

Ellen DeGeneres announced the news via her Twitter account last night.

For more on baby Delcan, click here!
by G H posted Oct 14 2014 2:08PM
The Foo Fighters kicked off their weeklong stay at the Ed Sullivan Theater in NYC with Zac Brown.
[photo by remixyourface, used under Creative Commons license]

The band, along with Brown, covered the song "War Pigs" by Black Sabbath on the Late Show with David Letterman to promote their upcoming album Sonic Highways. The album features music inspired by different artists from different cities across the U.S.

Watch a video of the performance below. Tune in all week to the Late Show to see the Foo Fighters perform.


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by G H posted Oct 9 2014 12:03PM
It's been 25 years since the debut albums from both Green Day and Nine Inch Nails, which means both bands were eligible to be nominated for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

[photo by punxie89, used under Creative Commons license]

They were nominated along with the Smiths, Sting, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bill Withers. Earlier this year, the Rock Hall inducted Nirvana, Kiss, Linda Ronstadt, Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, and Cat Stevens.

So take the time to listen to 1989's albums Pretty Hate Machine from NIN and Green Day's first EP, 1,000 Hours and be sure to vote on who gets in here.


by G H posted Oct 2 2014 2:20PM
TMZ, along with several other celebrity gossip sites, have reported that Mila Kunis delivered her baby girl on Tuesday night.

[photo via @aplusk]

The couple hasn't officially announced anything yet, which isn't surprising by how private their relationship has been since they started dating in 2012.

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by G H posted Sep 30 2014 12:49PM
The first track from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack has been released. The new Lorde track, which you can listen to below, is called “Yellow Flicker Beat.”

[photo by Michael Candelori, used under Creative Commons license]
“I wrote the song specifically for the movie, she said in an interview with Los Angeles radio station KROQ. “I reread the books, and I just wanted to tap into everything that Katniss is feeling in that film and... the crazy stuff that goes on.”
“No one gives some random 17 year old from New Zealand the opportunity to soundtrack a major motion picture… It’s been very cool and I’m so glad that I’ve had the opportunity.”
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by G H posted Sep 25 2014 12:10PM
Founding member of AC/DC, Malcolm Young, will not be returning to AC/DC according to a statement released from the band.

[photo by
 Ed Vill, used under Creative Commons license]
[cropped from the original image]

“Earlier this year AC/DC released a statement explaining that due to illness, Malcolm would be taking a break from the band. Unfortunately, due to the nature of Malcolm’s condition, he will not be returning to the band.”
The band has not elaborated on Young’s condition. It was elaborated on earlier when Mark Gable, front man of the Australian rock band The Choirboys stated in an interview that Malcolm "is sick. ... It's not just that he is unwell, it's that it is quite serious."
The band will be releasing a new album on December 2nd, entitled Rock or Bust. This will be the first album to not feature the Malcolm in the band’s 41 year history.
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by G H posted Sep 23 2014 2:03PM
According to Billboard, Pink Floyd's new album will arrive on Nov. 10.
The Endless River is the first album of new material from the band in 20 years. It features members David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and the late Richard Wright and uses left over recordings from 1993’s The Division Bell sessions.
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by G H posted Sep 18 2014 1:41PM
Lorne Michaels, executive producer for Saturday Night Live, has chosen Darrell Hammond to replace the late Don Pardo.
[photo by Zachklein, used under Creative Commons license]

Pardo died this year at the age of 96. Hammond was a top pick due to him beings a part of the show for 14 seasons from 1995 until 2009. Hammond also performed as Pardo in the opening monologue of an episode in 1999.
The 40th season of SNL will begin on Sept. 27.

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