Alice Cooper Comic Book Series Coming In September

Alice Cooper is launching his own comic book series via the graphic novel/comic book publisher Dynamite. The series, written by Joe Harris (X-Files), casts Cooper as the "the guardian of humanity's dreams." "We're doing many cool things with Dynamite, beginning with a new comics series which I am very excited about," Cooper said in a statement.

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Alice Cooper Comic Book Series Coming In September

Alice Cooper is launching his own comic book series via the graphic novel/comic book publisher Dynamite. The series, written by Joe Harris (X-Files), casts Cooper as the "the guardian of humanity's dreams." "We're doing many cool things with Dynamite, beginning with a new comics series which I am very excited about," Cooper said in a statement.

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Mick Jagger Reportedly Dating New York Ballerina

Mick Jagger is reportedly dating Melanie Hamrick, a 27-year-old ballerina from Central Virginia. Hamrick currently dances with NYC's American Ballet Theatre. According to the Daily Mail, the two met in Japan - just two weeks before Jagger's ex-girlfriend L'Wren Scott was found dead in a NYC apartment of suicide. "A brief fling," said one of Jagger's friends.

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Mick Jagger Reportedly Dating New York Ballerina

Mick Jagger is reportedly dating Melanie Hamrick, a 27-year-old ballerina from Central Virginia. Hamrick currently dances with NYC's American Ballet Theatre. According to the Daily Mail, the two met in Japan - just two weeks before Jagger's ex-girlfriend L'Wren Scott was found dead in a NYC apartment of suicide. "A brief fling," said one of Jagger's friends.

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Allman Brothers Band Member Derek Trucks Learned From Other People's Mistakes

Derek Trucks says his time with the Allman Brothers Band taught him to learn from the mistakes of others. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock, Trucks said that most importantly he learned how to know when to quit: "Being around the Allman Brothers camp, there are a lot of stories to learn from. And some of those I was around for," he began.

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Allman Brothers Band Member Derek Trucks Learned From Other People's Mistakes

Derek Trucks says his time with the Allman Brothers Band taught him to learn from the mistakes of others. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock, Trucks said that most importantly he learned how to know when to quit: "Being around the Allman Brothers camp, there are a lot of stories to learn from. And some of those I was around for," he began.

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Queen And Adam Lambert's Interview By Nikki Sixx Appears Online

Queen and Adam Lambert sat down for an interview with Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx for and interview before the band's performance at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles on Monday. The show came as a warm up for the band's current North American tour, which is underway now. "This is such a treat," Lambert said of the opportunity to front the legendary band.

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Queen And Adam Lambert's Interview By Nikki Sixx Appears Online

Queen and Adam Lambert sat down for an interview with Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx for and interview before the band's performance at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles on Monday. The show came as a warm up for the band's current North American tour, which is underway now. "This is such a treat," Lambert said of the opportunity to front the legendary band.

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Geezer Butler Plans Black Sabbath Tour Around World Cup

Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has gone out of his way not to miss any World Cup games while he's on tour with the band. Speaking with the Birmingham Mail, guitarist Tony Iommi says that Butler's booked pubs, clubs and hotel lounges throughout Europe" in order to view the games. "I've warned Geezer not to burn the midnight oil (watching late-night games) . . ."

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Geezer Butler Plans Black Sabbath Tour Around World Cup

Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has gone out of his way not to miss any World Cup games while he's on tour with the band. Speaking with the Birmingham Mail, guitarist Tony Iommi says that Butler's booked pubs, clubs and hotel lounges throughout Europe" in order to view the games. "I've warned Geezer not to burn the midnight oil (watching late-night games) . . ."

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Steve Perry Talks About Journey's Arnel Pineda

Former Journey lead singer Steve Perry was recently asked about the offer from current Journey singer Arnel Pineda to step down in order to make way for a Journey reunion. Speaking with Melodic Rock, Perry says he's not interested: "I don't know who or what would make Arnel want to say such a thing. He's their lead singer and I wish him all the best."

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Steve Perry Talks About Journey's Arnel Pineda

Former Journey lead singer Steve Perry was recently asked about the offer from current Journey singer Arnel Pineda to step down in order to make way for a Journey reunion. Speaking with Melodic Rock, Perry says he's not interested: "I don't know who or what would make Arnel want to say such a thing. He's their lead singer and I wish him all the best."

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Bruce Springsteen Teases Upcoming Releases With Photo

Bruce Springsteen says he's got something in the works but he's not saying exactly what it is. In his official site's news section, is a post that reads simply "coming soon." The post is accompanied by an image of a silhouette with an ax chopping through weeds and brush. The Boss' last release, the four song EP American Beauty, came on Record Store Day this year.

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Bruce Springsteen Teases Upcoming Releases With Photo

Bruce Springsteen says he's got something in the works but he's not saying exactly what it is. In his official site's news section, is a post that reads simply "coming soon." The post is accompanied by an image of a silhouette with an ax chopping through weeds and brush. The Boss' last release, the four song EP American Beauty, came on Record Store Day this year.

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Iggy Pop Tortured Into Praising Justin Bieber In Amnesty Ad

Iggy Pop has teamed up with Amnesty International to raise awareness against the use of torture. The human rights advocate is promoting its new slogan - "Torture a man, and he will tell you anything" - with ads of beaten up celebs. Pop's lacerated face is captioned by the phrase ""The future of rock & roll is Justin Bieber."

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Iggy Pop Tortured Into Praising Justin Bieber In Amnesty Ad

Iggy Pop has teamed up with Amnesty International to raise awareness against the use of torture. The human rights advocate is promoting its new slogan - "Torture a man, and he will tell you anything" - with ads of beaten up celebs. Pop's lacerated face is captioned by the phrase ""The future of rock & roll is Justin Bieber."

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CSNY Stream 'Pre-Roads Down' From CSNY 1974 Live Box Set

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young have released "Pre-Road Downs," a cut from their upcoming three disc set CSNY 1974. The set culls material from two-month, 31-concert tour that visited 24 cities in 1974. In addition to three discs of audio, the 40 track set features a video of eight performances, along with a 188-page book culled from the band's 1974 stadium tour.

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CSNY Stream 'Pre-Roads Down' From CSNY 1974 Live Box Set

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young have released "Pre-Road Downs," a cut from their upcoming three disc set CSNY 1974. The set culls material from two-month, 31-concert tour that visited 24 cities in 1974. In addition to three discs of audio, the 40 track set features a video of eight performances, along with a 188-page book culled from the band's 1974 stadium tour.

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