Dating is tough, and interpersonal communication can be even tougher. But the electronic age has brought with a whole new layer of angst — it seems nothing is more perplexing to a man than talking to a woman via text message.
Merle and Patricia Butler, a retired couple in their 60s from the small town of Red Bud, IL, stepped forward on Wednesday to claim their share of the record-breaking $656 million Mega Millions jackpot.
Today we looked back at Guns N’ Roses during happier times, we saw the speeches ZZ Top and John Mellencamp gave while ushering in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, and we learned hope springs eternal for Kiss.
There’s an old joke that says if a man shows up with flowers, he’s surely been up to no good. So we can’t help but wonder what the Doors‘ Robby Krieger did to merit dropping $45,000 on a new ride for his better half.
Vince Neil sure knows how to roll with the punches — and the falls. The Motley Crue singer did a fairly ungraceful faceplant onto the stage at his strip club, but his recovery was nothing if not laudable.
In an open letter last week, Axl Rose made himself perfectly clear: he didn’t feel “wanted or respected” by his former Guns N’ Roses bandmates, so not only would he skip the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he didn’t want to be inducted at all.
A couple names you may recognize said the decision was a mistake, and the crowd on Saturday night made their feelings known as well.
Thursdays on ‘American Idol‘ mean someone goes home. Or is maybe forced in front of a firing squad in the back lot, which would explain why most of the finalists fade into obscurity after being booted. They’re dead! (No no, they’re not. Only their careers.)
Today Nikki Sixx and Slash are declared Golden Gods, Mel Gibson’s name may be mud to John Lennon fans, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame says “neener” to Axl Rose, who as it turns out, is far from the first to say “no thanks” to the organization
Today we bid farewell to legendary drummer Richard Teeter and learn of the sad circumstances surrounding the death of Ronnie Montrose, as well as look back at another (albeit less important, in the grand scheme of things) moment of mourning for many music fans: the breakup of the Beatles.
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