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Kiss Plans Appearances on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ Academy of Country Music Awards and NCAA Final Four

In addition to working on a book large enough to read from Venus, as seen in this photo dispatch from their official site, Kiss has some other big plans in April. The rockers will be appear at high profile events like the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans, on ABC’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’ and the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on CBS.

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Bruce Springsteen Offers Support to Anti-Death Penalty Group

Bruce Springsteen offered four tickets and side-stage passes to an anti-death penalty group, who used them as part of a fundraiser before Monday night’s (March 19) concert in Greensboro, N.C. The group will also be distributing fliers at the show at the Memorial Coliseum.

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The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ Film Restored for Home Release

It took four months to digitally restore the Beatles‘ ‘Yellow Submarine’, but that’s only one-sixth the time it took to create it. The animated feature film will be re-released on DVD and Blu-ray on May 28. Each frame was attended to individually, instead of by using the more common automated software process.

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Mick Fleetwood: ‘I Don’t Believe Fleetwood Mac Will Ever Tour Again’

Fleetwood Mac drummer and founder Mick Fleetwood says he wants to reunite with his old bandmates for an album or a tour, but he doesn’t see it happening unless Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham are willing to step back from their solo careers.

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Nicolas Cage Says He Wants a Career Like Led Zeppelin’s

As he prepares for this Friday’s nationwide opening of ‘Ghost Rider: Spirt of Vengence,’ actor Nicolas Cage says he’s taking a more big-picture approach to a career that has included starring roles in films like ‘The Rock,’ ‘Raising Arizona’ and ‘Leaving Las Vegas.’

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Paul McCartney Visits Whitney Houston Memorial

On Monday, Paul McCartney visited a memorial to singer Whitney Houston outside of the Beverly Hills hotel that she was found dead in on Saturday night (Feb. 11). The singer and his wife Nancy Shevell laid flowers and shared a quiet moment before quickly departing the scene at the Beverly Hilton.

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Elton John to Star Alongside ‘X Factor’ Winner Melanie Amaro in Super Bowl Commercial

Elton John is a king holding court over a crowd of jokers and jesters in an upcoming Super Bowl commercial for Pepsi. He and ‘X Factor‘ winner Melanie Amaro recently filmed the spot, and shared behind the scenes footage of the ad.

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Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood To Team Up For Super Bowl Concert

Steven Tyler will once again be a part of the Super Bowl festivities. The Aerosmith rocker and country superstar Carrie Underwood are teaming up to play a ‘CMT Crossroads’ special during the “Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam” on Super Bowl weekend.

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John Fogerty On Creedence Clearwater Revival: ‘I Guess There’s No Reunion Then’

John Fogerty revealed he’s been working on a new solo album that could include an all-star lineup of guest appearances. The odds of him patching things up with former Creedence Clearwater Revival bandmates for this project, a separate project or a future tour remain slimmer than Vanilla Ice being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (Sad thing is, even he might get in before Rush or Kiss.)

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David Bowie, Paul Simon Percussionist Ralph MacDonald Dies at 67

Percussionist Ralph MacDonald, the hidden force behind platinum selling songs and albums from artists like David Bowie, Paul Simon and Jimmy Buffett, died on Sunday (Dec. 18) at age 67. Known as “the ghost,” MacDonald’s Caribbean style on congas and dozens of other hand drums and music-makers helped make artists big enough to be recognized by first name — Aretha, Luther, Stevie — only get bigger. 

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Billy Joel Goes Back to College for Intimate Concert

Wednesday night’s Billy Joel show at the University of Massachusetts was far from his biggest concert ever, but for the audience of about 900 students and staff it was more than entertaining. Joel sang, told stories, gave lessons, did impressions and revealed secrets inside Durgin Hall.

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