Roger Waters Bringing New Wall Movie To Theaters

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters is prepping the theatrical release of his version of the band's The Wall. Co-directed by Waters, the film makes its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 6. "This immersive experience of Waters's The Wall Live tour, shot in three cities across two continents, is a rib-rattling, sonically stupendous piece of filmmaking," reps say.

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Roger Waters Bringing New Wall Movie To Theaters

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters is prepping the theatrical release of his version of the band's The Wall. Co-directed by Waters, the film makes its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 6. "This immersive experience of Waters's The Wall Live tour, shot in three cities across two continents, is a rib-rattling, sonically stupendous piece of filmmaking," reps say.

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Peter Frampton Speaks On 'Phone Throwing' Incident

Peter Frampton has opened up about an unusual incident in which he snatched a fan's phone during a show and threw it, thus preventing the fan from snapping photos. The rock legend spoke on the incident with USA Today, admitting that he threw the phone, but adding that there is more to the story.

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Peter Frampton Speaks On 'Phone Throwing' Incident

Peter Frampton has opened up about an unusual incident in which he snatched a fan's phone during a show and threw it, thus preventing the fan from snapping photos. The rock legend spoke on the incident with USA Today, admitting that he threw the phone, but adding that there is more to the story.

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U2's Bono To Appear On Michael W. Smith's Christmas Album

U2 frontman Bono will appear on a new Christmas album by contemporary Christian artist Michael W. Smith. Bono will appear on the spoken word track "The Darkest Midnight" on Michael W. Smith & Friends: The Spirit of Christmas, which is set to arrive on Sept. 30.

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U2's Bono To Appear On Michael W. Smith's Christmas Album

U2 frontman Bono will appear on a new Christmas album by contemporary Christian artist Michael W. Smith. Bono will appear on the spoken word track "The Darkest Midnight" on Michael W. Smith & Friends: The Spirit of Christmas, which is set to arrive on Sept. 30.

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Morning Show- SALT LAKE BEE'S LAST HOME GAME SERIES!

This week just for listening you can win TICKETS TO THE SALT LAKE BEE'S LAST HOME GAME SERIES OF THE SEASON AGAINST THE NEW ORLEANS ZEPHYRS ON AUGUST 26TH.

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Morning Show- SALT LAKE BEE'S LAST HOME GAME SERIES!

This week just for listening you can win TICKETS TO THE SALT LAKE BEE'S LAST HOME GAME SERIES OF THE SEASON AGAINST THE NEW ORLEANS ZEPHYRS ON AUGUST 26TH.

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Jon Bon Jovi Takes The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Jon Bon Jovi recently took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, posting video of the chilling experience to YouTube. In line with IBC guidelines, Jovi nominated his three bandmates - Tico Torres, David Bryan and Richie Sambora - to participate. "On behalf of myself and my friends back here, I want you to know I wanted to be the first to rise to the occasion."

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Jon Bon Jovi Takes The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Jon Bon Jovi recently took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, posting video of the chilling experience to YouTube. In line with IBC guidelines, Jovi nominated his three bandmates - Tico Torres, David Bryan and Richie Sambora - to participate. "On behalf of myself and my friends back here, I want you to know I wanted to be the first to rise to the occasion."

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Jackson Browne Releases New Song 'The Birds Of St. Marks'

Jackson Browne has released "The Birds of St. Marks," a cut from his upcoming album, Standing in the Breach. The cut, originally demoed in 1970, is said to have been inspired by Browne's relationship to Nico, who had previously recorded Browne's song "These Days" with the Velvet Underground.

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Jackson Browne Releases New Song 'The Birds Of St. Marks'

Jackson Browne has released "The Birds of St. Marks," a cut from his upcoming album, Standing in the Breach. The cut, originally demoed in 1970, is said to have been inspired by Browne's relationship to Nico, who had previously recorded Browne's song "These Days" with the Velvet Underground.

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Elton John Distances Himself From UKIP

Elton John says that he does not support the U.K. Independence Party [UKIP], the country's right wing, populist party. Its leader, Nigel Farage says that he spent time with Elton and his partner David Furnish, who teased that the pair might support UKIP. "Elton will not be favoring any party," a rep for Elton told the Guardian.

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Elton John Distances Himself From UKIP

Elton John says that he does not support the U.K. Independence Party [UKIP], the country's right wing, populist party. Its leader, Nigel Farage says that he spent time with Elton and his partner David Furnish, who teased that the pair might support UKIP. "Elton will not be favoring any party," a rep for Elton told the Guardian.

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Bob Seger Announces Ride Out Release Date

Bob Seger has confirmed that his new album Ride Out is set for release on October 14. It will be Seger's first new collection of songs since 2006's Face The Promise and will feature tracks including "Detroit Made" and "All of the Roads."

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Bob Seger Announces Ride Out Release Date

Bob Seger has confirmed that his new album Ride Out is set for release on October 14. It will be Seger's first new collection of songs since 2006's Face The Promise and will feature tracks including "Detroit Made" and "All of the Roads."

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Paul McCartney Working With Kanye West

Paul McCartney is lending a helping hand to Kanye West for the latter's upcoming album. McCartney is reportedly collaborating with West on a track entitled "Piss On Your Grave." The story leaked in the New York Post's Page Six column; however, representatives for West and McCartney have not confirmed the collab.

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Paul McCartney Working With Kanye West

Paul McCartney is lending a helping hand to Kanye West for the latter's upcoming album. McCartney is reportedly collaborating with West on a track entitled "Piss On Your Grave." The story leaked in the New York Post's Page Six column; however, representatives for West and McCartney have not confirmed the collab.

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