Steven Van Zandt On James Gandolfini: "I Have Lost A Brother And A Best Friend"
On Wednesday (June 19) the world was shocked by the news of actor James Gandolfini's passing at 51 from a heart attack.
David Chase, creator of HBO's The Sopranos -- which starred Gandolfini in his defining role as Tony Soprano -- issued a...
"Sopranos" Star James Gandolfini Dead At 51
New Jersey native and former star of “The Sopranos” James Gandolfini has died. Gandolfini died in Italy on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack, HBO and the late actor’s managers confirmed. He was 51.
The Beatles/Rolling Stones Rivalry Continues (Sort Of) At Glastonbury
The decades long battle of the bands between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones will continue at this summer's Glastonbury Music Festival next week. Sort of.
The Bootleg Beatles, a Beatles tribute band, will represent for the Fab Four as they...
Never Say Die: Black Sabbath Hit #1 On Billboard Album Charts
They've been number one in the minds of metal fans for decades, but Black Sabbath have just topped the Billboard 200 album chart for the first time.
The Rick Rubin-produced 13 marks their first studio album with original frontman Ozzy...
[PHOTOS] Elizabeth Taylor's First Wedding Dress And More Up For Auction
Plenty of pop culture goodness including Elizabeth Taylor's FIRST wedding dress and a broken guitar neck belonging to Kurt Cobain are up for auction at Christie's South Kensington in London.
Legendary Yodeler Slim Whitman Dead At 90
Slim Whitman, the yodeling country singer who became a household name in the 80s via the TV commercial for his album All My Best, has died in Florida at the age of 90.
Brad Paisley Plays 'Dead Flowers' With The Rolling Stones: Watch
The Rolling Stones have been showcasing some notable guests during their 50 & Counting tour, including quite a few country artists, including Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Sheryl Crow. Last night (June 18) in Philadelphia, the...
Are These Seriously The 20 Worst Bands Of All Time?
The only thing I can guess by reading this list is that L.A. Weekly wanted to drum up some controversy. There's no other explanation as to why the Eagles, the Dave Matthews Band and Pearl Jam made this list.
[WATCH] Cher Brings Her "Woman's World" To "The Voice"
Billed as her first live television performance in over 10 years, the legendary Cher stopped by the Season 4 finale of "The Voice" last night for a performance of her latest single, "Woman's World."
The Drive-In Theater Turns 80
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the theatrical alternative which was first started in Camden, New Jersey in 1933.
Bob Dylan Spotted Painting Topless Women in Central Park
Bob Dylan ditched his microphone for an easel last Thursday (June 13) when he was spotted in Central Park, seemingly painting portraits of topless models lounging in the grass. The musician tagged along with artist pal Richard Prince for the outing,...
Ron Wood On The Rolling Stones' Future: 'We’ve Just Got To Find The Gaps To Record'
With the Rolling Stones' U.S. tour winding down (it comes to a close June 24 in Washington, D.C.), the question among fans is: Will this be the last time the band plays the states? The name of their tour - 50 & Counting - doesn't really shout...
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