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Ed Sheeran is heading to court. The singer-songwriter is being accused of plagiarism for his hit song, “Thinking Out Loud.” The claims come from Marvin Gaye, who says Sheeran copied “substantial musical elements” from his 1973 song “Let’s Get It On.” Sheeran appealed to drop the...
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New year means new music. Queen guitarist Brian May has done just that. May released a single called “New Horizons,” which is named after NASA’s continuing mission. The song was released on New Year’s Day to commemorate the fact that the New Horizons mission would be the most...
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Aretha Franklin, universally known as the “Queen of Soul," died on Thursday at 9:50 a.m. at her home in Detroit at the age of 76. According to her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, the cause was advanced pancreatic cancer. Since the news spread of Franklin's condition earlier this...
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Fleetwood Mac shook up the music world earlier this year when announcing the decision they made to fire lead guitarist and vocalist Lindsey Buckingham - barring him from joining on their upcoming North American tour (which comes to Austin's Frank Erwin Center on Feb. 9th). There...
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Happy Thursday everyone! No plans for the weekend yet? Don’t fret, BOB’s got you covered – check out the events going on this weekend that he thinks will be the perfect way to kick back with the whole family, have fun and forget all about your hectic week: Friday, August 10th...
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Bob sometimes wonders if something's really are just too good to be true? He recently read that they were going to be reviving Rugrats and also making a live-action movie. Then, he heard it was not a real story! He has been questioning reality ever since. It was announced a...
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The legendary CBGB club that became famous for giving the likes of 70’s punk idols The Ramones, Talking Heads, Patti Smith and more their starts, closed its doors in NYC’s East Village back in 2006. But, this weekend, Target paid a very special tribute to the venue during its...
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The legendary CBGB club that became famous for giving the likes of 70’s punk idols The Ramones, Talking Heads, Patti Smith and more their starts, closed its doors in NYC’s East Village back in 2006. But, this weekend, Target paid a very special tribute to the venue during its...
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One of the most famous images of The Beatles is the cover of the "Abbey Road" album, with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr crossing the street that the album and the Beatles' famous recording studio are named for. It's the only Beatles cover to not...