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A departure from their previous punk rock sounds, U2′s The Joshua Tree ticked multiple boxes for the newer styles and concepts they adopted as a group, both in terms of music as well as lyrics, for their fifth studio album. The band decided on following the conventional song structures with the hard-hitting sounds instead of […]

Are you a fan of the heavy metal band Poison? If so, you may remember the VH-1 reality dating show Rock of Love With Bret Michaels. Similar to The Bachelor, it featured a pool of women vying for the affection of the Poison frontman. While one of the most memorable contestants on the show was Daisy De la Hoya, […]

While a couple of large Jacksonville companies entered 2021 with initial public offerings pending, several smaller firms also filed plans for stock sales late last year. The latest is a company called Van Zant House Inc., owner of a Westside Jacksonville property where brothers Ronnie, Johnny and Donnie Van Zant grew up. It’s an iconic […]

Mick Fleetwood, co-founder and drummer for Fleetwood Mac, is selling his entire recorded music catalog to BMG, the company tells Rolling Stone. BMG will receive the musician’s royalty share in a vaunted 300-song catalog that includes tracks like “The Chain,” “Go Your Own Way,” and “Dreams,” the last of which has enjoyed a resurgence among […]

After initially finding success as an eight-part podcast for Spotify, the Scorpions-inspired Wind of Change will be adapted into a TV show for Hulu. Hosted by journalist Patrick Radden Keefe, the podcast questioned whether the CIA wrote the German band’s anthemic 1991 hit “Wind of Change” as a means of propaganda against communism. Keefe had reportedly been inspired to investigate the song’s […]

ZZ Top fans who watch the History Channel TV show “Pawn Stars” got a special surprise near the end of the program’s first episode of 2021 last week when the legendary Texas band’s guitarist, Billy Gibbons, made a guest appearance involving a pricey suit he had lost more than 40 years ago. “My dad’s had it laying around […]

The Sopranos showrunner David Chase revealed that Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” hadn’t been a clear first choice to play over the drama’s infamous closing scene – and he only chose it because his crew told him not to. In one of the most controversial moments in TV history (below), gangster Tony Soprano selects the ’80s classic from a diner jukebox […]

Sammy Hagar & the Circle have announced a new album, and they’re previewing the 11-track Lockdown 2020 with a cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes.” The band takes a straightforward approach: Jason Bonham’s pounding drums anchors their update of the 1977 song, with Michael Anthony’s rumbling bass and the atmospheric crunch of guitarist Vic Johnson supporting a Hagar vocal that ventures […]

Tired of the same old holiday classics? You won’t find any on the soundtrack of Ozzy’s Yule Log video, released on his You Tube Channel. Instead, 13 songs from the Prince of Darkness, including some tracks from 2020′s Ordinary Man and the classic Ozzy hits you’ve come to know and love. All that Ozzy goodness […]

A drum set owned by late Rush drummer Neil — and played both onstage and in the studio between 1974 and 1977 — is headed to auction. The kit is expected to bring between $80,000 and $120,000 as part of Bonhams’ online music memorabilia sale, scheduled between Nov. 23 and Dec. 9. Peart — who joined the band on July 29, 1974, replacing […]