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Each Academy Awards weekend, Sir Elton John hosts an exclusive viewing party/fundraiser for his Elton John AIDS Foundation in Hollywood — and Sunday night’s proved quite special indeed. With his official biopic, Rocketman, set to hit theaters in May, Elton welcomed the film’s star, Taron Egerton, to the stage. The pair performed the classic “Tiny Dancer,” Elton’s gorgeous piano work accompanied by Egerton’s definitely capable voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzWSEtahHus More on their performance: During the auction Elton welcomed to the stage actor Taron Egerton, star of the upcoming motion picture film, ROCKETMAN; an epic musical fantasy about the incredible human story of…

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Queen was everywhere on Sunday night at the Academy Awards — but hours before Rami Malek took home the coveted Best Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in the smash-hit biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, the band took the stage for a rollicking opening performance. Brian May, Roger Taylor and vocalist Adam Lambert led the charge through “We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions,” which is just about the most powerful way to start out Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, isn’t it? https://twitter.com/ABCNetwork/status/1099841922993074177 Bohemian Rhapsody then took home four awards: Best Sound Mixing, Best Film Editing,…

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Today, February 25, would have been George Harrison’s 76th birthday — and while it’s nearly been two decades since the Beatles legend passed away in 2001, his spirit and music lives on to this day. Such was the impact he had on the music community and the world as a whole, really. https://twitter.com/GeorgeHarrison/status/1100032667737702400 John Lennon’s estate sent in some wishes, as well. https://twitter.com/johnlennon/status/1100009468002271234 Sir Paul McCartney remembered his old friend in a warm social media post on Monday: https://twitter.com/PaulMcCartney/status/1100033715101671424 As did George’s son, Dhani Harrison: https://twitter.com/DhaniHarrison/status/1100062516929941505 https://twitter.com/thebeatles/status/1099987757462704130 In the studio, Harrison was as focused as anybody. In Rock Cellar’s recent…

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Badflower is here. On Friday, the Los Angeles-based four-piece released its debut album, OK, I’m Sick, via Big Machine/John Varvatos Records, after a few months of anticipation and promotion (and heavy SiriusXM rotation of their breakout single, “Ghost”). But while “Ghost” — a good song in its own right, with a dour overall tone and somber lyrics concerning mental health and depression — has its own style, it’s not exactly representative of the variety of sounds the band has at its disposal. Throughout OK, I’m Sick, Badflower try a number of approaches. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRFLvrBHI0E Whether in the aggressive, in-your-face album opener…

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After touring the United States last year alongside Brick + Mortar, the boys of the indie rock band The Unlikely Candidates are preparing to head out once again this April for the Strange Lines tour. Forming in 2008 after performing a cover of Boxcar Racer’s “I Feel So” at a high school party, childhood friends Kyle Morris and Cole Male starting making music together in the form of an acoustic duo.  Fast forward to 2013, a name change, record signing and an EP later, then-quintent musically evolved into The Unlikely Candidates. The Fort Worth, Texas band consists of Kyle Morris (vocals),…

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Next week, something that’s been in the works for quite some time will be realized when Reignwolf releases Hear Me Out. It’ll be the first full-length album from the Canadian blues/rock project helmed by vocalist/guitarist Jordan Cook, who amassed an online buzz for years with one-off singles and attention-grabbing festival performances. The first song released from Hear Me Out is “Black and Red,” an engaging and guitar-driven tune premiered in early February: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni3gmp-VQOM Reignwolf is Cook, Joseph Braley and Stacey-James Kardash. This, a performance of his blistering 2013 single “Are You Satisfied?,” delivered in the POURING rain at a music…

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The life and career of Stevie Nicks is almost mythical. From her pre-Fleetwood Mac days and the cherished Buckingham Nicks album recorded before she and Lindsey joined the band, which of course helped make Fleetwood Mac the rock and roll institution it remains to this day, she’s an integral part of music history. As such, she owns the rare designation of being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame two times — with her second, this time as a solo artist, coming up this spring. With plenty of reason to celebrate, Rhino Records has put together a new…

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Gary Clark Jr. has something to say. The Austin, Texas-based blues guitarist/singer releases his fifth full-length album, This Land, today — but it isn’t an easy listen. I mean, it’s an easy listen as far expertly-crafted songs that blend rock, blues, alternative, reggae and hip-hop into a bounty of solid material are concerned, but thematically? It’s intense at times. Click here to pick up a copy. The title track, which was the first song previewed from the album, starts things off on a dramatic, poignant note, Clark and his wailing guitar addressing racial issues with an autobiographical display that was…

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Simple Creatures came as a surprise to most folks via Twitter in late January. Alex Gaskarth, front man of the pop-punk band All Time Low, would later reveal on his Instagram that he and Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 had been creating music together for a while, well before their official Twitter reveal, but it was still a surprise to many. The tweet: https://twitter.com/simplecreatures/status/1088421556219346944 The idea of Simple Creatures started after Hoppus returned from Blink-182’s tour for their 2016 album, California. As he told Los Angeles radio station ALT 98.7 FM, the project came about after he “fell into this really…

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Despite surprise-releasing The Teal Album, a collection of covers focused around the runaway success of their send-up of Toto’s “Africa,” last month, Weezer has a “real” album to release on March 1. The Black Album, as it’s officially titled, is roughly a week away, but the band premiered two new songs from the LP on Thursday. “High As a Kite” comes with a music video in which Rivers Cuomo and the band mimic a Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood set, until things go awry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH7XhHEb-ck “Living in L.A.,” meanwhile, is pretty much what you’d expect from the band, a catchy tune with…

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