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<p/>Watch: Drawn to the flame with Ted Aguilar of Death Angel <br />
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						</a>Since their formation more than three decades ago now, thrash metal masters Death Angel have become renowned as somewhat of a road-warrior kind of band, and that tradition continues to this day. <br />
While still riding high on the success of their most recent release The Evil Divide,  unleashed last May…</p>
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Katy Perry got a big surprise when fellow pop superstar Ed Sheeran crashed her pre-BRIT Awards show BBC Radio 1 interview with Nick Grimshaw. The “Shape of You” singer came right into the booth, sat down and immediately recounted the embarrassing first time he met Perry, covered in sweat, after a…

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The Dead Daisies to release ‘Live And Louder’ CD/DVD

by Melanie Falina on February 24, 2017

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Both prior to and since the 2016 release of their third studio album Make Some Noise, The Dead Daisies have been up to just that: glorious, in-your-face rock and roll ‘noise’ that’s a godsend to the metal lovers of the world. Now, in just a couple of months time, fans of The Dead Daisies will be…

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Temples extend North American tour

by Lindsey Borders on February 24, 2017

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England-based band, Temples, have announced a double dosage of fun and exciting news. First, they are extending their North American tour to the East Coast. Second, they have debuted a new video for their single, “Strange Or Be Forgotten.” The music video is directed by James Beale, and is…

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Let’s Eat Grandma announce two US shows

by Vanessa Vallon on February 24, 2017

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Let’s Eat Grandma have announced a two-city tour, starting at the Echo in Los Angeles on March 19 and ending at New York’s Rough Trade on March 23. Ahead of the trek, the punky patchwork pop duo will appear at South by Southwest showcases. 
UK teens Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth revealed…

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Self-professed ‘nerd soul’ artist, Nick Blaemire, has teamed up with friend and fellow Broadway stage performer, Daniel Watts, on his second single, “Coffee & Wine.” This new anthem is catch, fun and produced in the perfect sing-along style. “Coffee & Wine” exemplifies what Blaemire’s music…

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Yankees trade Bleier to Orioles

by Jeremy Freeborn on February 24, 2017

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<p/>Richard Bleier <br />
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						</a>The New York Yankees traded Richard Bleier of Davie, Florida to the Baltimore Orioles for a player to be named later or cash on Tuesday. Bleier, a left handed pitcher, could be part of the Orioles’ bullpen in 2017. <br />
In 23 games with the Yankees in 2016, Bleier did not record a decision, but had an…</p>
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The Grammy Museum announce additional March events

by Vanessa Vallon on February 24, 2017

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The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles continues to deliver some of the city’s most compelling music education, discussion and performance at its intimate Clive Davis Theater. From screenings to acoustic sets to in-depth interviews, the museum will once again offer diverse programming in the month of…

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Paul McCartney announced Feb. 24 that fans who order the digital version of the 2-CD special edition reissue of his 1989 album Flowers in the Dirt will be rewarded with a special gift: an early look at the making of the album. Orders include two of the album’s original demos of “My Brave Face” and…

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A two-part homage to Amy Winehouse will keep the late singer’s legacy alive in her hometown. The Jewish Museum London has announced the opening of a street art trail that will wind its way through London’s Camden Town district, the site of both Winehouse’s final performance and the home where she…

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