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On September 24th, former Nirvana band members Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl will join Nevermind producer Butch Vig for a Q&A session hosted by  host Jon Stewart. Sure to please fans of the seminal grunge band, the two-hour session, which will air live on SiriusXM Radio, will feature questions submitted by fans. The thought of hearing Grohl, Novoselic and Vig bounce questions off each other is an enticing concept, and the session is sure to be quite a memorable experience for fans. This event coincides with the 20th anniversary of Nevermind’s release on the same date, way back in 1991.…

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SuperHeavy, Mick Jagger’s all-star supergroup featuring himself, Eurythmics founder Dave Stewart, composer A.R. Rahman, singer Joss Stone and reggae artist Damian Marley, will release their self-titled debut album on A&M Records on September 20th. Billed as a “rock supergroup”, the album is expected to dip into various genres, considering its lead single, Miracle Worker, is a reggae song. Watch the video below. The band recorded twenty-nine songs, but only twelve will make it onto the debut album. Considering the busy careers of each band member, there don’t seem to be any plans for SuperHeavy to go on tour in support…

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Rock and roll and hot sauce…it’s a match made in hell! What a distorted electric guitar is to the ears, a fiery blend of pureed chili peppers is to the tongue. Both ignite the senses, quicken the heart rate and leave you hungry for more. It should come as no surprise, then, that a growing number of rock gods are lending their names and their tongues to a new breed of strange brews. Iconic bluesman Johnny Winter is the latest rocker to spice up his repertoire with his own unique brand of Screamin’ Demon hot sauce, joining the likes of…

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The Seattle grunge band’s debut, Ten featured some of PJ’s most commercially successful singles, including Even Flow, Jeremy, and Alive. To celebrate the occasion, the band released its cover of Mother Love Bone’s Crown of Thorns. The track is the first song released from the upcoming soundtrack album to Cameron Crowe’s band documentary Pearl Jam Twenty, which will be released on September 10th. Of course, Mother Love Bone featured Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament, before they would form PJ with vocalist Eddie Vedder. After original MLB frong man Andrew Wood died of an overdose, the band started anew…

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Almost 50 years since the company passed on signing a young band named The Beatles, Decca Records announced the signing of Paul McCartney to its roster. Sir Paul is teaming up with Decca to release the soundtrack album to his upcoming ballet, entitled “Ocean’s Kingdom”. The production will start in New York on September 22nd, with the soundtrack being released by Decca in the UK on October 3rd. Assuming the ballet does well, it is presumably safe to assume it will expand to more theaters and locations in the months to come.

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Music videos used to “mean something.”  Back in the 1980s and 1990s, when MTV was somewhat close to relevant and had a reason for “music” to be a third of its acronym, it was actually pretty entertaining to watch a music video.  Michael Jackson turned into a werewolf and danced with a street gang of the undead, Slash played elaborate guitar solos while unplugged in a patch of barren farmland, Metallica paired brooding thrash metal with depressingly dark post-World War 1 films, and so on. In the years since MTV decided to focus more on trashy reality shows instead of music, bands…

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In 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged the first bed-in, an attempt for world peace through staying in bed. Their ultimate goal was to enlighten the world, and put the power back into the hands of the people during the height of the Vietnam War. While you can make of the protest what you wish, it is now possible to watch the seventy-minute documentary filmed over the course of a week in the hotel room in Montreal where they stayed. It was originally scheduled to air for one weekend only. Yoko extended “Bed Peace” at her website and made…

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Jesse Ventura’s wrestling persona — known as “The Body” — exuded a rock star image with his rippling physique, bleached-blond hair, berets, and his ability to make feathered boas seem macho. When his wrestling career drew to a close, Ventura garnered even more fame — some would call it infamy — by becoming governor of Minnesota, and he has remained an outspoken and entertaining public figure. He has played many roles in his life — Navy SEAL, wrestler, politician, movie star, conspiracy theorist, visiting fellow at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, New York Times best-selling author, and briefly, bodyguard for…

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Chatsworth, California – August 4, 2011 Rock Cellar Magazine, a new music and entertainment website recently interviewed drummer Bill Ward who revealed that Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath indeed played together, confirming the infamous “Black Zeppelin session.” Music journalist Marshall Ward, on assignment for Rock Cellar Magazine, has been a lifelong fan of both bands, but particularly Black Sabbath. For decades, unconfirmed rumors had swirled that Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath met in a recording studio in the 1970s for a jam session. Despite this, no one had talked about this in any detail, and Ward made it his mission…

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Forget about cats jumping on trampolines, cute Asian kids dozing off, or local news anchors not realizing their microphone’s hot when expressing their true opinions regarding their co-workers, there’s no more perfect match for YouTube than videos of Rube Goldberg machines. They’re short, visually-compelling and force you to watch them over and over just to see what’s actually happening. (These, by the way, are the same reasons why porn is so popular.) With a new contraption put together by the Canadian photography company 2D Photography making the rounds (see below) it’s time to put together a conclusive and not-to-be-debated list…

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