classic rock

Giant Baby Jesus Statue Looks Just Like Phil Collins

Phil Collins always said Jesus knew him, but something happened on the way to heaven: the two became one in the form of a giant statue in Mexico. Perhaps as penance for the cynical Genesis song “Jesus He Knows Me,” Collins has been condemned to live the rest of his life above the alter of a church...
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Army Veteran and Rock Icon John Fogerty Helping to End Vet Homelessness

Legendary Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty is known for iconic songs such as “Fortunate Son” and “Proud Mary,” but did you know before he struck Rock and Roll gold 50 years ago, Fogerty was an Army Reservist? “I received a draft notice like millions of other guys in early 1966,”...
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KISS Played a Concert for Sharks, Sharks Didn't Show

KISS may have had to cancel their tour of New Zealand and Australia while Paul Stanley battles the flu, but the other band members still went Down Under to play one of their most unique gigs ever. Gene Simmons , Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer hopped aboard a boat for a concert billed as KISS playing...
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U2 Salutes Australian Firefighters as Thanks for Saving Lives in Local Wildfires

With dozens of wildfires burning across New South Wales, Australia, firefighters are flying in from across the continent to lend a hand. And a few of those brave souls got a sendoff to remember at the airport in Melbourne. U2 , always aware of what’s going on in the world, ran into dozens of...
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Ozzy to Make Live Comeback With Post Malone and Travis Scott at AMAs

Ozzy Osbourne is challenging himself right off the bat. After a series of health scares, the Prince of Darkness will return to the stage with Post Malone and Travis Scott at the American Music Awards Ozzy tweeted the news by saying the unlikely trio will take part in the world TV premiere of “ Take...
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Doobie Brothers Reunite With Michael McDonald for 50th Anniversary Tour

The Doobie Brothers are no strangers to the road, but they’re doing something special for their newly-announced 50th anniversary tour. Singer-keyboardist Michael McDonald is back in the fold, joining Tom Johnston , Patrick Simmons and John McFee on tour together for the first time in nearly 25...
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Study: 78 Minutes of Music a Day Improves Mental Health

There have been been plenty of studies that prove the health benefits of music, but just how much of a daily intake do you need to start reaping the benefites? 78 minutes. A study by the British Academy of Sound Therapy found that listening to music for that amount of time helps maintain good...
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Boom, Roasted: Lizzo, Green Day, Luke Combs, Alice Cooper Read Mean Tweets on 'Kimmel'

Twitter is not a safe place to be. The trolls will find you, especially if you’re a celebrity. But sometimes they get a chance to fight back, or just kill them with kindness, in the always fun “Mean Tweets” segment on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Billie Eilish kicked things off with a comment about her...
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13 Most Successful Solo Careers by Legendary Rock Band Members

Most rock bands have a shelf life. For every Rolling Stones there’s ten Led Zeppelins – bands that shot through the universe for a finite period of time and made their mark. But that doesn’t mean the musicians in those bands don’t have anything else to say, so they continue their careers in...
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Brian Setzer Cancels Holiday Tour, Citing 'Severe' Tinnitus

Brian Setzer embraces the holiday spirit like few other artists, but unfortunately this Christmas will be a little blue for the 60-year-old. The Stray Cats singer and his orchestra have been forced to cancel their annual tour because he has a severe case of tinnitus. The condition is associated...
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