Doobie Brothers Joins Zac Brown Band Live At Fenway Park Show

Zac Brown Band brought the Doobie Brothers up on stage during their weekend show at Fenway Park in Boston. The two acts teamed up for a performance of "Black Water" to the surprise and appreciation of the massive audience. According to the Boston Globe, ZBB also covered David Allan Coe ("You Never Even Called Me by My Name") and the Outlaws ("Freeborn Man").

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Doobie Brothers Joins Zac Brown Band Live At Fenway Park Show

Zac Brown Band brought the Doobie Brothers up on stage during their weekend show at Fenway Park in Boston. The two acts teamed up for a performance of "Black Water" to the surprise and appreciation of the massive audience. According to the Boston Globe, ZBB also covered David Allan Coe ("You Never Even Called Me by My Name") and the Outlaws ("Freeborn Man").

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Neil Young Bassist Billy Talbot Suffers Mild Stroke

Billy Talbot, bass player for Neil Young's Crazy Horse, suffered a mild stroke but is expected to recover fully. The bad news comes just as Young and Crazy Horse are prepping for a European tour. "Talbot's doctors expect him to make a full recovery," the group said in a statement.

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Neil Young Bassist Billy Talbot Suffers Mild Stroke

Billy Talbot, bass player for Neil Young's Crazy Horse, suffered a mild stroke but is expected to recover fully. The bad news comes just as Young and Crazy Horse are prepping for a European tour. "Talbot's doctors expect him to make a full recovery," the group said in a statement.

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Paul Stanley Says KISS Has Traded Groupies For Family

Paul Stanley says that the days of KISS being surrounded by groupies are over; now, he adds, the groupies have been replaced by families. "Clearly, there was a time where backstage was hedonism at its finest," Stanley told Bravewords. "I look over to the side of the stage on certain nights and see my little ones in their pajamas waiting for the show to be over."

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Paul Stanley Says KISS Has Traded Groupies For Family

Paul Stanley says that the days of KISS being surrounded by groupies are over; now, he adds, the groupies have been replaced by families. "Clearly, there was a time where backstage was hedonism at its finest," Stanley told Bravewords. "I look over to the side of the stage on certain nights and see my little ones in their pajamas waiting for the show to be over."

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Watch Mick Jagger Send Up Monty Python In A Promo For Their Final Reunion Shows

What's that? "A bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money"? Just who are we talking about here?! In a recent promo for Monty Python's final reunion shows, Mick Jagger (and bandmate Charlie Watts) are watching the World Cup when Jagger's assistant asks him if he wants to get tickets for Python's show, to which Jagger responds with a rant about the legendary comedy troupe's lost relevancy, and how it's clearly just a cash grab for men clinging to past fame.

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Watch Mick Jagger Send Up Monty Python In A Promo For Their Final Reunion Shows

What's that? "A bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money"? Just who are we talking about here?! In a recent promo for Monty Python's final reunion shows, Mick Jagger (and bandmate Charlie Watts) are watching the World Cup when Jagger's assistant asks him if he wants to get tickets for Python's show, to which Jagger responds with a rant about the legendary comedy troupe's lost relevancy, and how it's clearly just a cash grab for men clinging to past fame.

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Gene Simmons Gives Explanation For Onstage 'Peeing' Video

Gene Simmons is using Twitter to respond to a new video that appears to show the KISS bassist urinate onstage during a show. The incident took place during the band's Wednesday night show in Denver, Colorado. The video shows what appears to be a stream of liquid pouring out of the bottom of Simmons' codpiece during the song "Hide Your Heart."

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Gene Simmons Gives Explanation For Onstage 'Peeing' Video

Gene Simmons is using Twitter to respond to a new video that appears to show the KISS bassist urinate onstage during a show. The incident took place during the band's Wednesday night show in Denver, Colorado. The video shows what appears to be a stream of liquid pouring out of the bottom of Simmons' codpiece during the song "Hide Your Heart."

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Axl Rose Criticizes Utah Police After Officer Kills Man's Dog

Count Axl Rose among the throngs of people up in arms after a Salt Lake City police officer shot and killed a man's dog in his backyard when he was not home. The New York Daily News reports that officers were looking for a missing nonverbal three-year-old boy when one of them entered the back yard of 27-year-old resident Sean Kendall on June 18.

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Axl Rose Criticizes Utah Police After Officer Kills Man's Dog

Count Axl Rose among the throngs of people up in arms after a Salt Lake City police officer shot and killed a man's dog in his backyard when he was not home. The New York Daily News reports that officers were looking for a missing nonverbal three-year-old boy when one of them entered the back yard of 27-year-old resident Sean Kendall on June 18.

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Keith Richards Chooses His Top Ten Blues Tracks

Rolling Stones axeman Keith Richards has listed his top ten blues tracks of all time in a recent interview with Planet Rock Radio. Richards' list features "Live In Vain" by Robert Johnson, who Richards says is "one of the most innovative and very sensitive blues songwriters of all time," Bo Diddley, who he called "the original gangster," and Howlin' Wolf.

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Keith Richards Chooses His Top Ten Blues Tracks

Rolling Stones axeman Keith Richards has listed his top ten blues tracks of all time in a recent interview with Planet Rock Radio. Richards' list features "Live In Vain" by Robert Johnson, who Richards says is "one of the most innovative and very sensitive blues songwriters of all time," Bo Diddley, who he called "the original gangster," and Howlin' Wolf.

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Tickets For Neil Young And Arcade Fire At Hyde Park For $2.50 Will Be Honored

Concertgoers received a treat when tickets for Neil Young's and Arcade Fire's Hyde Park concerts were going for only $2.50. Later it was revealed that this ticket price was a leaked staff offer and has since been taken down. However, all of the ticket buyers who got away with buying the cheap tickets will have them honored at the events.

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Tickets For Neil Young And Arcade Fire At Hyde Park For $2.50 Will Be Honored

Concertgoers received a treat when tickets for Neil Young's and Arcade Fire's Hyde Park concerts were going for only $2.50. Later it was revealed that this ticket price was a leaked staff offer and has since been taken down. However, all of the ticket buyers who got away with buying the cheap tickets will have them honored at the events.

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Mick Jagger's Son Added To Scorsese's Rock N' Roll TV Pilot

Mick Jagger's son, James, has been added to Martin Scorsese's Untitled Rock N' Roll HBO pilot. The drama is set in 1970s New York City and takes a look at the music business fueled by drugs and sex around the time when disco and punk being unveiled. Other additions to the project include Joe Caniano, Andrew Dice Clay and Ato Essandoh.

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Mick Jagger's Son Added To Scorsese's Rock N' Roll TV Pilot

Mick Jagger's son, James, has been added to Martin Scorsese's Untitled Rock N' Roll HBO pilot. The drama is set in 1970s New York City and takes a look at the music business fueled by drugs and sex around the time when disco and punk being unveiled. Other additions to the project include Joe Caniano, Andrew Dice Clay and Ato Essandoh.

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