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Elton John
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Elton John, ‘Home Again’ – Song Review

The familiar-sounding piano that opens 'Home Again,' Elton John's first new solo music since 2006's 'The Captain & the Kid' album, instantly recalls the singer's hit material from the '70s, when he was the biggest pop star on the planet. But it's warmer and more worn-in. It's Elton John, all right. But it's Elton John 40 years later, returning to a comfort zone with history behind him.

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Robert Plant Bobby Gillespie
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Primal Scream (Feat. Robert Plant), ‘Elimination Blues’ – Song Review

It's not quite accurate to say Primal Scream use Robert Plant for backing vocals on 'Elimination Blues.' The Led Zeppelin lead singer is more of an instrument, used to sweeten an experimental blues song. It's a bold move to ignore the temptation to put Plant in a starring role. 

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Guns N’ Roses Bring the Classics to Brooklyn

There was a lot of excitement leading up to Guns N' Roses' intimate performance at Brooklyn Bowl in North Williamsburg.

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Billy Idol
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Billy Idol Rocks Casino Ballroom in Hampton Beach, N.H.

‘Ready Steady Go’ served not only as the opening tune for Billy Idol as he dominated a steamy Casino Ballroom in Hampton Beach, N.H. on June 2, but also the general vibe of the evening as the iconic rocker seamlessly coasted through the evening, making it look easy.

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The Rolling Stones Rock Chicago

Chicago has held a special pull for the Rolling Stones from before the group even existed. Mick Jagger was famously carrying albums from Chicago-based Chess Records when he ran into his childhood pal Keith Richards at the Dartford railway station in 1960. It began a partnership that, 53 years later, brought them back to the city on May 31, the second night of a

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Cheap Trick
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Cheap Trick Rock New York City Gig to Celebrate 35th Anniversary of ‘At Budokan’

Cheap Trick took their arena-friendly sounds to an intimate setting in New York City on Sunday night (April 28) to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the performances that were recorded for their landmark live album 'Cheap Trick at Budokan.'

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Are Bane Boxer Briefs Cooler Than Batman Briefs? Probably, Yeah

As resident babe, allow me to first give you a little inside scoop on men's underwear: Most times, "funny" novelty drawers are not a good strategy.

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Rod Stewart, ‘It’s Over’ – Song Review

It's less than a month before the May 7 release date of Rod Stewart's new album, 'Time.' Yesterday (April 15) he unveiled 'It's Over.'

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Buzzer Beaters: First Day of the Masters, Harang Goes to Seattle and More

Today's top sports stories:

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Joe Satriani, ‘A Door Into Summer’ – Song Review

Instrumental rock guitar maestro (and Chickenfoot guitarist) Joe Satriani is releasing a new album titled 'Unstoppable Momentum' on May 7, and from the sound of its first single, 'A Door Into Summer,' it's going to be a classic slice of what he does best.

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Rod Stewart
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Rod Stewart, ‘Finest Woman’ – Song Review

Rod Stewart has released 'Finest Woman' as the new single from 'Time,' the album set to hit stores on May 7. Stewart, is full of zeal*, but short on originality on this carbon copy of 'She Makes Me Happy,' another song from 'Time.'

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Love for Levon
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Various Artists, ‘Love for Levon’ — Album Review

On Oct. 3, 2012, less than six months after Levon Helm lost his long battle with cancer, a large and eclectic group of his friends, family, and peers assembled on stage at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., paying tribute to the man and his musical legacy in front of nearly 20,000 fans. The result, fittingly enough, was dubbed 'Love for Levon.'

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