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Watch Elizabeth Warren, Jamie Lee Curtis join Jack Black's Tenacious D for 'Time Warp' cover

Dressed to impress, actor Jack Black helms a parade of celebrities who joined Rock The Vote for an incredible, socially-distant rendition of the Rocky Horror Picture Show classic “Time Warp.”
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Bruce Springsteen is one of the 'Miserable Men' on new viral Instagram account

The viral Instagram account @miserable_men has a pretty blunt description of what it’s all about. “Men that went shopping,” they’re profile reads. The account shares photos of men looking absolutely miserable while they’re out shopping.
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Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo was once smashing pumpkins on a 1982 Halloween episode of 'CHiPs'

Trujillo was 18 years old when he made his appearance on the episode famous for its Kiss-inspired storyline. He played the character, Flippy who, get this, was arrested after he put pumpkins in the street for cars to smash as they ran over it.
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Wolfgang Van Halen tackles rumor that is 'not only hurting the fans, but hurting me and my family'

Wolfgang Van Halen is speaking out against rumors he might replace his late, great father Eddie as the lead guitarist for the legendary rock group.
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AC/DC returns to the stage for 'Shot In The Dark' video

AC/DC bask in the red glow of supernova sound in the new music video for their latest single, “Shot In The Dark.” It’s the first single off the band’s upcoming 17th album Power Up
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John Frusciante on writing new music with Red Hot Chili Peppers: 'It's just returning to family'

John Frusciante says the Red Hot Chili Peppers are back in the business of making new music, even while COVID-19 nips at the heels of productivity and collaboration.
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Nicolas Cage tells Marilyn Manson he owns a crow that curses at him

Here’s a sentence that’s surely never been uttered; Nicholas Cage told Marilyn Manson his pet crow calls him an a**hole on a regular basis.
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Mike Shinoda shares Metal was 'too white' before Nu-Metal

Mike Shinoda continues breaking racial barriers in metal music, telling Metal Hammer the genre was “too white” before the emergence of nu metal bands like Linkin Park, Korn and Snot.
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Bush announces deluxe 'The Kingdom' album and drive-in concerts

Bush has announced a deluxe version of the band’s new album, ‘The Kingdom.’ To celebrate they have announced a pair of drive-in concerts, set to take place November 20 and 21 in California.
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'Gimme Some Lovin'' writer Spencer Davis dies at 81

Spencer Davis, the Welsh musician responsible for hits such as “Gimme Some Lovin’” and “I’m a Man,” has passed away at the age of 81. According to the BBC, Davis passed away on Monday while he was being treated for pneumonia.
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