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Orbisons Win Rights To ‘The Beatle Who Vanished’ Film.

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Roy’s Boy’s Films have secured the movie rights for the book, The Beatle Who Vanished. Roy Orbison’s son Alex Orbinson closed the...

Paul McCartney Could Have Been Ross’s Father-In-Law in Friends

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Apparently back in 1998 Paul McCartney was touted for the role as Ross's Father-In-Law for the two-part finale of Season Four....

Robert Smith Is Curating Meltdown And This Line Up Is...

David Layde
The first list of acts has been announced for the 25th Meltdown Festival 2018 which is being curated this year by The...

Today In Music History – February 11th.

Marty Miller
Every day on Radio Nova, just before 11am, we play a couple of songs key to “today in Music history” Have...

Seriously Addictive Music News – The Coronas Tickets & More!

Cíara Spain
The lads have tickets to The Coronas up for grabs in today’s Seriously Addictive Music News and chat all things Gallagher brothers and...

Today In Music History – February 4th.

Marty Miller
There was a nervous breakdown and it wasn’t the first and the "Rumours" started! All today February 4th in music history! 1965,...

On This Day In Music: The Rolling Stones Played Their...

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On this day, in 1963, The Rolling Stones played their first residency in The Crawdaddy Club. The Crawdaddy Club was a meeting of blues aficionados, it wasn’t just a pub in the Station Hotel, it was the discovery ground for new bands in London in the sixties.

CSN&Y Reunite For Bridge School

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Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young, Heart, and Elvis Costello will be among the artists performing at the 2013 Bridge School Benefit. The two shows on...

Mötley Crüe to continue making music despite farewell tour plans

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We reported earlier in the week about Motley Crue's plans to split up and retire after their farewell tour. They even...

Wait A Minute.. Was That..? Did I Just Hear???

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Saw this and had to share! The March, 2013 issue of Guitar World magazine has a short interview on page 33 with...
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