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Watch: Journey’s Animated Cover Of The Police’s ‘Synchronicity II’

David Layde
Journey members Neal Schon, Arnel Pineda and Steve Smith have recorded a version of the Police's 'Synchronicity II' to benefit the Rock Against Trafficking charity. The...

You Can Listen To The Police’s ‘Outlandos d’Amour’ Tonight From...

Outlandos d'Amour is the debut studio album by The Police and it was released on November 2nd, 1978. The album title is...

You Can Listen To The Police’s ‘Synchronicity’ In Full From...

Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by The Police and it was relesed on June 1st 1983. It was the...

Have Radiohead Got Something Up Their Sleeves?

Radiohead fans contain yourselves. So, Radiohead posters have been spotted in London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Los Angeles and New York. Radiohead fans have gotten...

On This Day In Music: George Michael Arrested For “Lewd...

On this day in on in 1998, George Michael was arrested in a Los Angeles public bathroom for a “lewd act” prompting the singer to come out as gay and forging the path for LGBT people in the industry to be more accepted.

On This Day In Music: U2 Performed From The Roof...

Thirty years ago today, Bono & Co. caused a bit of disruption while filming their music video for ‘Where the Streets have no Name’. Traffic was brought to a standstill in the area while the band performed from the rooftop of a store in downtown LA. During the shoot U2 played an eight-song set, which included four performances of "Where the Streets Have No Name". The magnetic performance attracted thou

Chuck Berry Dies Aged 90

Chuck Berry, a man who is wildly considered to be the pioneer of Rock Music, has died aged 90. Police in Missouri announced on their twitter and Facebook that Berry had been found unresponsive at his home on Saturday afternoon. They reported that they had tried and failed to revive the musician. Tributes have come pouring in for the Guitarist with many giving him his rightful dues as the master mind behind the creation of Rock Music. The New York Times described him as “Mr. Berry was its [Rock N’ Roll] master theorist and conceptual genius, the songwriter who understood what the kids wanted before they knew themselves.”

SXSW To Amend Controversial Contract Language

We are only one day away from the opening of the SXSW (South by South-West) festival in Austin Texas. The annual U.S conglomerate of film, interactive media, and music festivals and conferences has recently received a myriad of criticism and online outrage over what some bands said was a “deportation clause” in its performance contract. SXSW have strongly denied this saying “in the 31 years of SXSW’s existence, we have never reported any artist or participant to any immigration agency.”

Florida Man Arrested for Impersonating Nickelback Drummer

We’ve all been there. Sitting in our bedrooms, late at night, wishing to the heavens that one day we could be...

On This Day In Music: ‘All Right Now’ Hit No.2...

On this day in 1991, over two decades after its first release, Free’s 'All Right Now' made No.2 in the UK singles chart. Originally released in the mid 1970’s by the English rock band, the song appeared on their Album Fire and Water which was recorded for Island records. It was re-issued in 1991 to coincide with its use in a Wrigley’s Chewing gum TV ad. Featuring a “cute meet”, the commercial showed us what real love is all about: sharing and sacrificing.

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