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Fresh off Foo Fighters’ Rock Hall induction announcement, Dave Grohl will serve as co-host on the Monday, May 24th episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon revealed on Friday’s episode. Together, Grohl and Fallon will deliver the monologue, interview guests — scheduled to be comedian Jim Jefferies with musical guest Blake Shelton — and participate
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For over a decade, J. Cole has rapped as the enlightened everyman, navigating issues of race, class, and gender like a thoughtful jock. His latest release, The Off-Season, finds him pondering inventive gun violence prevention measures one moment, and lobbing sexist locker-room insults the next (“Check your genitalia, pussy-niggas bleedin’ on yourself,” he raps on
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The June 2021 cover sees international superstars BTS fronting Rolling Stone’s “The Future of Music” issue, with a look at the biggest acts in the world and their impact on the music industry today. From humble beginnings in Seoul, to taking over the Grammy stage and stadiums worldwide, BTS have cemented their status as one
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(Berkeley, CALIFORNIA – May 19th 2021) -Singer/songwriter and guitarist  Simon Lunche delivers his new single, “Grace,” the last single prior to the release of his album, Never Knew The Night.  Preceded by the singles “Red Delicious,” “Kiss Me,” and “Learning To Love,”   Bred in the eclectic college town of Berkeley, adjacent to Oakland and San Francisco, Simon Lunche grew up around all different kinds of people and places
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311 have announced the dates for their “Live From the Ride” tour. The 36-date tour launches on August 21st in Camden, New Jersey, and runs into the fall before the trek wraps up at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California on October 17th. Special guests Iration and Iya Terra will tour in support of 311
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Happy 50th anniversary to Paul and Linda McCartney’s Ram, an album so divisive that it’s either despised or defended to the death — there is no in-between on this one. Rolling Stone famously described Macca’s second solo LP as “incredibly inconsequential” and “monumentally irrelevant,” while John Lennon called it “muzak” and mocked the pastoral cover
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Eric Clapton detailed his “disastrous” health experience after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine and blamed “the propaganda” for overstating the safety of the vaccine in a letter the guitarist shared with an architect/anti-lockdown activist. Clapton previously shared his thoughts on the Covid-19 shutdown when he appeared on Van Morrison’s anti-lockdown song “Stand and Deliver” in December
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