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  • Steven Tyler to perform at Nobel Peace Prize concert

    Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler will be among the performers at the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo, Norway on December 11. Hosted by Queen Latifah, the event will honor Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai, chosen by the Norwegian Nobel Committee for “their struggle against the oppression of children and young people, and for the right of all children to education.” Tyler will

  • Jimmy Page schedules London book signing event

    Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has announced a London book signing event for his photographic memoir, “Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page.” Page will appear at Waterstones Piccadilly on Tuesday, December 2, where he will be hand-stamping copies of the book with a personalized ‘Zoso’ stamp unique to this location. Full event details are available at "I've been asked on a number of

  • VIDEO: Metallica perform Sad But True on The Late Late Show

    Metallica performed “Sad But True” as they closed out their week-long residency on CBS-TV’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson Friday. The track originally appeared on the band’s self-titled 1991 album, which went on to become Metallica’s biggest-selling release with more than 30 million copies worldwide, including 16 million in the States alone. “And just like that, it's all over!,” posted

  • AC/DC singer hosts Alzheimer’s benefit in Tennessee

    AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson and his Fifty Plus Racing team hosted an Alzheimer’s research fundraising event in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Friday. The Chattanoogan reports the team donated $100,000 at their Endures for a Cure Alzheimer’s Benefit. The Fifty Plus Racing team launched the “Highway To Help” campaign to raise support and awareness for Alzheimer’s research. Johnson’s bandmate –


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