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‘American Idol’ Hopeful Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon’s Brave Coming-Out Story By

Ten years ago, a couple weeks ahead of the American Idol Season 8 finale, Entertainment Weekly put Adam Lambert on its cover and predicted that he might be the first...

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Kiefer Sutherland Talks Dark, Confessional Country Music By

Kiefer Sutherland admits he was “very aware of the stigma of an actor doing music” and “never really had any intention of making a record,” assuming he’d stay behind the...

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Bret Michaels on Whether ‘Rock of Love’ Would Fly Today By

Ten years ago, April 19, 2009, was a very dark day in television. That was the day that Poison frontman Bret Michaels’s outrageous VH1 dating show, Rock of Love, went...

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Looking Back at Hole’s ‘Live Through This,’ 25 Years Later By

Just a little over 25 years ago, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain took his own life, on April 5, 1994. Exactly one week later, on April 12, Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love,...

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Garth Brooks Reflects on His Legacy and ‘Legacy,’ 30 Years On By

On April 12, 1989, country superstar Garth Brooks released his self-titled debut album. It eventually sold a whopping 10 million copies, and Brooks would go on to become the No....

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Jake Owen Shows Off Surprising Rapping Skills By

Some casual fans might be surprised to learn that country superstar and ACM Awards nominee Jake Owen is a huge hip-hop fan. “I can remember every word to every rap...

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Nirvana Manager Danny Goldberg Recalls Kurt Cobain’s Final Intervention By

April 5 marks the 25th anniversary of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s tragic suicide, so it is a somber time for Nirvana’s onetime manager, music industry veteran Danny Goldberg, who was...

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Gavin Rossdale Talks Life Advice From David Bowie and Tom Waits By

Back in the ‘90s when Bush were new on the scene, frontman Gavin Rossdale had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour with one of his idols, David Bowie, who he discovered...

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Jennifer Herrema Opens Up About Royal Trux’s Unlikely Reconciliation By

In the post-Nirvana, pre-Spice Girls 1990s, the buzz band of the day was Royal Trux, the druggy noise-rock duo of ex-Pussy Galore guitarist Neil Hagerty and his then-girlfriend Jennifer Herrema...

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Insane Clown Posse Finally Get Some Respect By

“We’ve always been kind of known as the ‘World’s Most-Hated Band,’ and that’s for real,” says Violent J of Detroit’s notorious, face-painted hardcore hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse, as he...

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