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R. Kelly’s defense delivered their closing argument Thursday in the singer’s Brooklyn trial on federal racketeering charges. According to the Chicago Tribune, Kelly’s lawyer Deveraux Cannick used his closing arguments to make excuses for Kelly’s behavior, even though it was not what Kelly was on trial for. Cannick acknowledged that some of the singer’s relationships
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The defense for R. Kelly rested its case Wednesday in the singer’s federal trial on racketeering charges in Brooklyn, with Kelly’s lawyers calling only five witnesses to the stand over the three-day-long defense. However, Kelly opted to not testify in his own defense, avoiding the prosecutors’ cross-examination. According to the Chicago Tribune, After the defense
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Metallica rocked Metro in Chicago on Monday with a set that included “Seek & Destroy” and “Master of Puppets.” Their intimate performance follows their surprise club concert at San Francisco’s The Independent last Thursday, where they played live last Thursday, delivering a 16-song set. “THAT was way too much fun last week as we finally
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Smashing Pumpkins performed their Siamese Dream favorite “Quiet” for the first time since 1994 during the band’s headlining gig Friday at Chicago’s Riot Fest, their first pandemic-era concert. While “Quiet” was a setlist staple during the Smashing Pumpkins’ Siamese Dream-era concerts, Billy Corgan, James Iha, Jimmy Chamberlin and company last played the song together in
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John Zorn, Kim Gordon and Sparks are among the artists set to play the 2022 Big Ears Festival, taking place March 24th through 27th in Knoxville, Tennessee. The festival, which was last held in 2019, will also feature performances from Animal Collective, Moses Sumney, Arooj Aftab, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Bill Callahan, Mdou Moctar, Preservation Hall
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