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ZZ Top frontman joined Queens of the Stone Age on their 2006 single, forging a friendship which continues to this day. Continue reading…

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Queens of the Stone Age frontman purchased the home eight years ago. Continue reading…

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The Rage Against the Machine and Queens of the Stone Age frontmen joined RTJ on Adult Swim. Continue reading…

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Last night, Run The Jewels’ Holy Calamavote concert special aired in conjunction with Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry’s. Killer Mike and El-P performed their latest album RTJ4 in full and brought some special guests along for the ride, including appearances from Pharrell, Zack de la Rocha, Josh Homme, Mavis Staples, 2 Chainz, Gangsta Boo,…

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Run The Jewels are teaming up with Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry’s to present Holy Calamavote, a televised concert special encouraging fans to vote. Killer Mike and El-P will perform all of the songs from their recent album RTJ4, and collaborators like Zack de la Rocha, Josh Homme, and Mavis Staples will show up…

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The benefit livestream also featured Dropkick Murphys, The Interrupters, Josh Klinghoffer and more. Continue reading…

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Today would have been Joe Strummer’s 68th birthday, and artists including Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Tweedy, and Cherry Glazerr are honoring the former Clash frontman with a star-studded tribute concert benefitting Save Our Stages. Hosted by Jesse Malin and produced by Malin, Jeff Raspe, and Strummer’s estate manager David Zonshine, A Song For Joe: Celebrating The…

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Lollapalooza was supposed to be this weekend. Obviously, no in-person music festival are happening right now. But Lolla founder Perry Farrell is instead hosting a virtual festival experience, broadcasting four nights of programming featuring archival video and new filmed performances.

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Will the desert rockers finally get back together? Continue reading…

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